01:41 — The Don Is Dead is a 1973 crime drama film directed by Richard Fleischer. It stars Anthony Quinn.
02:20 — A Texas Ranger takes on the gang responsible for supplying the hostile Comanches with guns and liquor.
03:02 — Eccentric bellhop Stanley Belt (Jerry Lewis) is recruited unexpectedly by the comedy team of a recently deceased entertainer.
02:47 — A Texas Ranger takes on the gang responsible for supplying the hostile Comanches with guns and liquor.
01:32 — A doctor's ex-wife dies of nicotine poison.
01:02 — Jess Wade is innocently accused of having stolen a cannon from the Mexican revolutionary forces. He tries to find the real culprits, a gang of crimina (more…)
03:13 — Paul Newman portrays a young man whose struggle for success threatens his personal happiness, in this well-scripted screen version of John O'Hara's be (more…)
03:29 — Epic film telling the life of Jesus Christ, played by Max Von Sydow and featuring an all-star cast.
01:42 — Epic film telling the life of Jesus Christ, played by Max Von Sydow and featuring an all-star cast.
At a Long Island society party, just-returned WWII vet Alfred (Paul Newman) is pounced (by Barbara Eden), spots the leading lady (Joanne Woodward, als (more…)
Sent by his Wall Street firm to charm her Pennsylvania coal baron father (Ted de Corsia), unhappily-married dinner guest Alfred (Paul Newman) makes a (more…)
Arrived home from WWII, Alfred (Paul Newman) is greeted by giddy maids (Blossom Rock, Cecil Elliott), his mother (Myrna Loy), whom he finds has taken (more…)
Boating off Long Island, otherwise-engaged blue-blood Mary (Joanne Woodward) and Alfred (Paul Newman, her husband), who disdains his own nouveau riche (more…)
Action sequence as disaffected spouses Alfred and Mary (real-life couple Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward) are arguing over her ex-beau when the opport (more…)
Jesus (Max Von Sydow) has traveled to Bethany, where Martha (Ina Balin) can't see why he didn't prevent her brother Lazarus' death, Magdalene (Joanna (more…)
Senior pathologist Pearson (Fredric March, George Segal his aide) wowing the new nurses, his rival-in-waiting Coleman (Ben Gazzara) and nurse Cathy (I (more…)
Elvis Presley had the last serious role of his movie career in the Western Charro! (1969).
Impressive landscapes, three kings (Cyril Delevanti, Mark Lenard, Frank Silvera) visiting the duly worried Herod (Claude Rains), his son Antipas (Jose (more…)
The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) is an epic re-telling of the life of Christ, directed by George Stevens and starring Max Von Sydow, Dorothy McGuir (more…)
More big aerial shots with a scripture-derived speech, delivered by The Baptist (Charlton Heston), the first scene for both him and the mature Jesus ( (more…)
Theater manager Renaldi (Rodney Dangerfield, who had just adopted that stage name) berating his troops, early in writer-director Harry Hurwitz's The P (more…)
Chuck McCann (title character) with impressions of Bogart, John Wayne, James Stewart, Clark Gable, and Stan Laurel, his personal friend, in writer-dir (more…)
Nifty opening, microbes and graphics, the friendly voice offering pieces of the Hippocratic Oath is Ronald Reagan, some kid named Hal Ashby gets an ed (more…)
Shortly after the opening, Chuck McCann (title character) at work, listening to the radio, stirred to engage his alter-ego, trouble in a phone booth, (more…)