Tom and Aggie (Ernest Borgnine, Bette Davis), parents of bride-to-be Jane (Debbie Reynolds), hosting Mr. and Mrs. Halloran (Robert Simon, Madge Kennedy), parents of Ralph (Rod Taylor), cranky Uncle Jack (Barry Fitzgerald) arriving to undermine appearances, in The Catered Affair, 1956.
Private Lessons movie trailer - starring Ed Begley, Jr., Howard Hesseman, Sylvia Kristel, Eric Brown, Ron Foster. Directed by Alan Myerson. Genre: Comedy
Trailer for The Brothers McMullen.
Three brothers from Long Island try to reconcile their lives and loves in this charming romantic comedy which won Best Picture at the Sundance Film Festival. After their good-for-nothing father dies and their mother leaves to be with the man she really loves, brothers Jack, Barry and Patrick are left with the only each other as they struggle with their own relationships. Married Jack is tempted to have an affair; Patrick isn't sure his fiancee is 'the one'; and Barry can't deal with the fact that he is actually falling in love. Written, directed by and starring Edward Burns, The Brothers McMullen is a heartwarming look at matters of the heart.
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In the early 1970s, Dr. David Reuben wrote a very serious sex- instruction manual which became a best-seller. Confronted with this epic of instructional erotica, Woody Allen decided to adapt this book to the screen, which was divided into a number of individual 'topic episodes,' such as 'Do Aphrodisiacs Work?' (this episode has a classy Shakespearean tone), 'What is Sodomy?', 'Why Some Women Have Trouble Reaching Orgasm,' 'Are Transvestites Homosexuals?' and a grand finale: 'What Happens During Ejaculation?' in which Tony Randall is an inside- the-body sperm-bank operator who sends Woody out as Sperm No. 2--an excellent position--except that almost-triumphant sperm Woody finds himself up against a 400-foot diaphragm!... Also starring John Carradine, Burt Reynolds, Lynn Redgrave and Regis Philbin.
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