A powerful and touching drama set in Chicago's vibrant Greek-American community, A Dream of Kings benefits from the regal talent of Anthony Quinn in a role he was born to play: Matsoukos, a proud, earthy optimist, very much like his unforgettable stage and screen Zorba. Determined to take his ailing son with him to Greece, Matsukos would move all creation to secure the travel money, even risk the hard-earned respect and love he's won as a community counselor. But that money will eventually come to Matsukos in an unexpected way. Under Daniel Mann's skilled direction, an impeccable cast - including Irene Papas as Matsukos' fiery wife, Sam Levene as his loyal friend and Inger Stevens as a lonely widow reawakened to life's potential - helps make Matsukos' world as real as your own neighborhood.
Wayne plays a brutal World War II Marine commander who leads his squad to victory in Guadalcanal. Directed by gutsy stylist Ray, this war tale is made with an unusally perceptive and humane touch.
Tying The Knot movie trailer - Directed by Jim de Seve. Genre: Documentary
Rating: Not Rated
Flying Leathernecks starring Janis Carter, John Wayne, Robert Ryan
Three stewardesses try to find husbands while flying over the Atlantic in the romantic comedy Come Fly With Me (1963).
Still on her first flight, Brewster (Pamela Tiffin) gets punked by Teddy (James Dobson), as Bergie (Lois Nettleton) meets Lucas (Karl Malden) and a drunk, and Donna (Dolores Hart) encounters the baron (Karl Boehm), Winsley (Hugh O'Brian) observing, plots taking off, in Come Fly With Me, 1963.
Sindbad (Guy Williams) takes on an evil wizard to save the princess he loves in Captain Sindbad (1963).
Adelle (Debbie Reynolds) and Helen (Shelly Winters) run a dance studio in the Thirties. But What's The Matter With Helen? (1971).
Racing through what would become Kennedy airport in New York, new flight attendant Brewster (Pamela Tiffin) meets friendly colleague Bergie (Lois Nettleton), less-so Donna (Dolores Hart) plus officers Winsley (Hugh O'Brian) and Shepherd (James Dobson), opening MGM's Come Fly With Me, 1963.
An inspirational profile of an inner-city high school football team's valiant effort to reach the school's first-ever playoff game.
Extremely relevant, highly entertaining and utterly humanist, the critically-acclaimed film festival favorite Tying the Knot poignantly explores one of today's hottest issues, the political war between gay people who want to marry and those determined to stop them. If you lost the one you love, how would it feel to have your love placed on trial? After a bank robber's bullets ends the life of cop Lois Marrero, her wife of thirteen years, Mickie, discovers a police department willing to accept the women's relationship but unwilling to release Lois's pension. When Oklahoma rancher Sam loses his husband of 25 years, cousins of the deceased spouse challenge his will and move to evict Sam from his home. As Mickie and Sam take up battle stations to defend their lives, Tying the Knot digs deeply into the past and present to uncover the meaning of marriage today, focusing on such key issues as rights, privilege, and love. Passionately directed by Jim de Sève, Tying the Knot is an eye-opening examination of the institution of marriage, featuring amazing footage of gay hippies storming the Manhattan marriage bureau in 1971, plus inspired interviews with gay activists and right-wing politicos.
Extremely relevant, highly entertaining and utterly humanist, the critically-acclaimed film festival favorite Tying The Knot poignantly explores one of today's hottest issues, the political war between gay people who want to marry and those determined to stop them.
Extremely relevant, highly entertaining and utterly humanist, the critically-acclaimed film festival favorite Tying The Knot poignantly explores one of today's hottest issues, the political war between gay people who want to marry and those determined to stop them. If you lost the one you love, how would it feel to have your love placed on trial?
In the tumultuous aftermath of the Civil War, Union Calvary officer John Henry Thomas takes his heroic men west while southerner James Langdon takes his soldiers to Mexico. When their paths cross, they forge an uneasy friendship that is quickly tested as they get caught between Mexican rebels and the Emperor's forces, and find themselves fighting side by side.
After the Civil War, ex-Union Colonel John Henry Thomas and ex-Confederate Colonel James Langdon are leading two disparate groups of people through strife-torn Mexico. John Henry and company are bringing horses to the unpopular Mexican government for $35 a head while Langdon is leading a contingent of displaced southerners, who are looking for a new life in Mexico after losing their property to carpetbaggers. The two men are eventually forced to mend their differences in order to fight off both bandits and revolutionaries, as they try to lead their friends and kin to safety.
Jim and Margaret go to the big football game every year. This year, Margaret finds she cannot go and Betty is promised the ticket—until Jim offers it to someone else.
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