12 Angry Men, by Sidney Lumet, may be the most radical courtroom drama in cinema history. A behind-closed-doors look at the American legal system that is as riveting as it is spare, this iconic adaptation of Reginald Rose’s teleplay stars Henry Fonda as the dissenting member on a jury of white men ready to pass judgment on a Puerto Rican teenager charged with murdering his father. The result is a saga of epic proportions that plays out over a tense afternoon in one sweltering room. Lumet’s electrifying snapshot of 1950s America on the verge of change is one of the great feature film debuts.
Rebuffed in his attempt to make friends after a bad first meeting, P-R man Joe (Jack Lemmon) expresses his frustration to executive secretary Kirsten (Lee Remick), in Blake Edwards' Days Of Wine And Roses, 1962.
After staging real-world encounters with Ernest Borgnine, Jack Klugman, Donald Sutherland and Warren Oates (as Klinger, Kifka, Negli and Gough) planner Gladys (Julie Harris) explains why heist-man McClain (Jim Brown) has brought them together, in The Split, 1968, also starring Gene Hackman.
Joe (Jack Lemmon) on his first visit to Kirsten (Lee Remick) at her apartment, her enthusiasm for him and for booze advancing, as he panics bugs and tenants, in Blake Edwards' Days Of Wine And Roses, 1962.
Following credits in which he gets off the bus somewhere on the Pacific Coast Highway, Jim Brown (as McClain) meets unusually big-haired Julie Harris (as Gladys) then his ex-wife Ellie (Diahann Carroll), setting the emotional backdrop for the grim all-star caper The Split, 1968.
George Hamilton stars in the true story of playwright Moss Hart who conquered Broadway and Hollywood in Act One (1963).
An American singing star (Judy Garland) in London tries to reclaim the son she gave up for adoption in I Could Go On Singing (1963), co-starring Dirk Bogarde and directed by Ronald Neame.
Jim Brown heads an all-star cast in The Split (1968), about a heist planned during an L.A. Rams game.
A husband and wife struggle to overcome their alcoholism in Days of Wine and Roses (1962), starring Jack Lemmon & Lee Remick.
Playwright, actor and TCM Guest Programmer Charles Busch joins Robert Osborne for an introduction and discussion of I Could Go On Singing, 1963, starring Judy Garland.
12 Angry Men -- Henry Fonda, Lee J. Cobb, Ed Begley and Jack Klugman lead in this tense courtroom drama, nominated for three Oscars including Best Picture, about one juror determined to sway the opinions of eleven others.
Two-Minute Warning -- A swat team rushes to track down a maniacal sniper at the Los Angeles Coliseum during a championship football game.
At Passover Seder, one of the boys slips dad a dose of LSD in order "to give him a new perspective," while mom brings a handsome stranger to dinner, and the kids take sides. By the end of the night, dad's visions turn him into a modern day Moses intent on leading this hungry group to the promised land of family bliss. Of course, they're all so stubborn, it'd be easier to part the Red Sea.
A family's Passover gets screwy after the patriarch unknowingly ingests a hit of Ecstasy.
Special delivery for comedy fans! Greg Kinnear (Sabrina) stars in and Garry Marshall (Pretty Woman) directs this spirit-lifter about a money-scamming con artist who goes from no-good to doing good. That con artist is Tom Turner (Kinnear), whose transformation begins when a judge gives him a choice of work or prison. Tom chooses work, of course, and is assigned to a post office's Dead Letter Office. There, he begins a con of divine proportions. By responding to letters addressed to god with a few "miracles," he's in the right place to pocket any offerings mailed back. But an unexpected miracle takes place when the city starts cheering on Tom and his looney "God Squad" (featuring Tim Conway and Laurie Metcalf).
Special delivery for comedy fans! Greg Kinnear ( Auto Focus) stars in and Garry Marshall ( Pretty Woman) directs this spirit-lifter about a money-scamming con artist who goes from no-good to doing good.
Special delivery for comedy fans! Greg Kinnear stars in and Garry Marshall directs this spirit-lifter about a money-scamming con artist who goes from no-good to doing good.
A nightmare of fear and panic unfolds in this chilling tale of a lone gunman who sets his sights on a sell-out crowd at a championship football game. Charlton Heston is the police captain who leads the desperate fight to stop the madman - high atop the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - before he sets off widespread devastation in the jam-packed stadium. John Cassavetes and Martin Balsam are among those risking their lives to thwart the sniper's attempts, while innocent spectators Gena Rowlands, Jack Klugman, Beau Bridges, Walter Pidgeon, David Janssen and thousands of others try to hide from the fatal gun sites and avoid the deadly ensuing stampede.
A swat team rushes to track down a maniacal sniper at the Los Angeles Coliseum during a championship football game.
Someone To Count On: When the mother of a teenage girl is found dead the daughter becomes the prime suspect. Jordan seeks advice from an unlikely source to save an innocent girl from prison.
The ordeals of an elderly friend (Jack Klugman) prompt Sully to consider his own loneliness. Taylor regrets revealing a secret about Doherty on the eve of his wedding.
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Based on Jules Verne's classic about 19th century aristocrat Phileas Fogg's bet that he can circumnavigate the earth in a mere 80 days - and vows to leave that night, taking only some necessary cash in a carpet bag and his newly-hired manservant, Jean Passepartout.
When Oscar Madison finds a friend with inside information on his favorite sport, horse racing, he begins to win every bet.
Felix has a big commission riding on a new diet pill promotion but the model, "the fattest man in the world," suddenly decides he won't take the job.
Oscar Madison takes a job as a sports radio talk-show host but doesn't tell anyone until he finds out whether the station is going to make it permanent.
Felix discovers that his father and Oscar's knew each other in the old days and that Oscar's father was responsible for Felix's father's downfall.
Oscar loses money in a poker game and when he can't pay the debt in cash, he donates Felix's band, the Sophisticados, to Billie Joe as payment instead.
Felix Unger, hired to photograph a dog food commercial featuring "Silver, The Wonder Dog," feels the animal is being maltreated, so “accidentally" lures him away to save him.
Oscar gets a chance to appear as himself in a Hollywood movie and Felix nearly botches everything by accompanying him as a self-appointed agent
Felix and Oscar's bowling team, the "Bon Vivants," battle the “Kingpins" for the championship in a game which marks the first time in five years the Bon Vivants have a chance to win.
Hugh Hefner is the special guest star for this episode which recalls a time when Felix Unger was engaged to Gloria and photographed her for the centerfold of Playboy Magazine.
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