Chauvinism and comedy as maid Dorkus (Imogene Coca) shows professor Irene (Edie Adams) she's been tricked by ex-beau and landlord Hogan (Jack Lemmon) whom she then attacks at the barber shop in Under The Yum Yum Tree, 1963.
Dr. Cartwright (Anne Bancroft) caring for Florrie (Betty Field) and her baby, mission leader Miss Andrews (Margaret Leighton) flipping out, Mongolian bandit (Woody Strode) conducting, in John Ford's Seven Women, 1966.
James Stewart attempts to protect his college-age daughter from trouble which leads to scandal in Take Her, She's Mine (1963).
Mannish in jodhpurs, Dr. Cartwright (Anne Bancroft) breaks decorum at her first dinner with Miss Andrews (Margaret Leighton), Pether (Eddie Albert), Emma (Sue Lyon) and the crew at the Mongolian mission, in John Ford's Seven Women, 1966.
Captain Coleman (Jason Evers) receives officer Nim (George Takei) after a patrol, who's then introduced to the new commander York (John Wayne, who also co-directed) and McDaniels (Edward Faulkner), in the Vietnam combat drama The Green Berets, 1968.
Future TV stars gathered in the cafe where panicked dad James Stewart has come to rescue folk-singing college daughter Mollie (Sandra Dee), Jim Nabors (who would be Gomer Pyle) the proprietor, Bob, billed as Robert, Denver (a.k.a Gilligan) the house poet, in Take Her, She's Mine, 1963.
Lecherous landlord Hogan (Jack Lemmon) thinks he's outsmarted perky Robin (Carol Lynley) who's in fact tricked him regarding her roommate, in an early scene from Under The Yum Yum Tree, 1963.
Col. York (John Wayne, the producer and co-director) observing reporter Beckworth (David Janssen) and soldiers Muldoon (Aldo Ray) and McGee (Raymond St. Jacques) discussing Vietnam in a state-side press event, early in The Green Berets, 1968.
James Stewart, as befuddled father Frank, defending himself from an ouster from the school board, chaired by John McGiver, explaining about his daughter Mollie (Sandra Dee), opening Take Her, She's Mine, 1963, from the play by Henry and Phoebe Ephron.
On location at Fort Bragg, NC, Kirby (co-director and star John Wayne), with Muldoon (Aldo Ray), McGee (Raymond St. Jacques) and company, recruit crafty Peterson (Jim Hutton) for their squad headed to Vietnam, in an early scene from The Green Berets, 1968.
White witch doctor Buster Keaton teaches the Beach Party gang How to Stuff a Wild Bikini (1965).
Kirby (John Wayne) and staff at their Vietnamese jungle camp, reporter Beckworth (David Janssen) and Peterson (Jim Hutton) in a poker game, McGee (Raymond St. Jacques) doctoring, Coleman (Jason Evers) killed in a sudden attack, Nim (George Takei) suspects treachery, in The Green Berets, 1968.
Richard Gere stars as a charming construction worker afflicted with a manic depressive disorder. When he finds himself hospitalized, he is treated by a phychiatrist who, while attempting to control the extremes of his moods and the mercurial quality of his illness, is shocked to find herself falling in love with him.
This Tribeca Film Festival midnight film breakout is hailed as a new, frightening addition to found footage horror films. Young couple Scott (Jon Foster of RAMPART) and Penny (Sarah Jones of TV’s SONS OF ANARCHY) just moved to a remote cabin and their only neighbor for miles is a strange hermit who only comes out at night. Each evening he drags his strange, disturbing sculptures deep into the woods and Scott and Penny begin to suspect this man is actually the infamous reclusive artist known only as Mr. Jones. They believe they’ve stumbled across a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to document his bizarre existence, but when they delve too deeply, the couple is trapped in a labyrinth of terror and must fight to escape a realm of nightmares. Costars David Clennon (THE THING).
Richard Gere delivers a powerful performance as a man plagued by the extreme highs and lows of manic depression, and whose psychiatrist (Lena Olin) can't help feeling drawn to him.
A new, acclaimed addition to found-footage horror films, MR. JONES follows a young couple trapped in a labyrinth of terror when they intrude on their elusive neighbor's property.
Richard Gere stars as a charming construction worker afflicted with a manic depressive disorder. When he finds himself hospitalized, he is treated by a psychiatrist who, while attempting to control the extremes of his moods and the mercurial quality of his illness, is shocked to find herself falling in love with him.
The investigation of a suburban kid found beaten to death in Van Cortland Park leads the CSI team to Tanglewood, home to a group of wannabe gangsters.
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A mad scientist plans to unleash artificially induced volcanic eruptions on the Earth. Emmy-winner Roddy McDowall guest stars.
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