Rookie Rosa (Regina Baff) on the road with fellow lady wrestlers (Billie Mahoney, Shirley Stoler et al) then getting initiated when she finally meets big-timer Tommy (Jane O'Brien, a real-life pro) in Below The Belt, 1980.
The escaped Luke (Paul Newman), chained and pursued by bloodhounds, gets help from two neighborhood kids in Cool Hand Luke, 1967.
Ruben Blades and Sonia Braga star in Robert Redford's The Milagro Beanfield War (1988) about developers bested by a very lucky peasant.
Sent rather on a lark to try her hand at pro wrestling, Rosa (Regina Baff) meets a brassy veteran, the Beautiful Boomerang (Annie McGreevey) and a top trainer, pretty much playing her real-life self, Mildred Burke, in Below The Belt, 1980.
Most of the opening sequence, Rosa (Regina Baff) working the snack stand, fending off a grabby colleague, pro wrestler Tommy (Jane O'Brien, herself a leading lady wrestler) drawing attention in the wring, John C. Becher as promoter Fox, in Below The Belt, 1980.
Spring has come, Morgan (Richard Harris) attempting to proposition Running Deer (Corinna Tsopei) while picking flowers, gets told off by Buffalo Cow Head (Judith Anderson), in A Man Called Horse, 1970.
A free-spirited convict refuses to conform to chain-gang life in Cool Hand Luke (1967), starring Paul Newman & George Kennedy.
Scott Glenn, Danny Glover, John Cleese and Jeff Goldblum are just a few of the stars in Lawrence Kasdan's western Silverado (1985).
The part everybody talked about, the gnarly (if bogus) Vow To The Sun ritual in which English Morgan (Richard Harris) is tortured by his Sioux brothers, whereupon he trips out, in A Man Called Horse, 1970.
Grieving over her son killed in a raid, Buffalo Cow Head (Judith Anderson) is offered the captured Engilshman (Richard Harris), tribe members feuding all the while, in A Man Called Horse, 1970.
A portion of the famous attempt by Luke (Paul Newman), coached by Dragline (George Kennedy), to eat fifty hard-boiled to eggs win a prison bet in Cool Hand Luke, 1967.
Inmates played by Ralph Waite, Lou Antonio, Dennis Hopper and J.D. Cannon are in the crowd as Luke (Paul Newman) takes a pounding from Dragline (George Kennedy) in Cool Hand Luke, 1967.
The paths of two gunmen tracking an escaped murderer and that of a beautiful, dangerous widow with an agenda of her own collide in the lawless western town of Appaloosa.
From the director of The Sandlot comes the true story of an underdog coach and the team that must defend their legacy against insurmountable odds. In the small town of Norway, Iowa, the high school baseball team, led by legendary Coach Jim Van Scoyoc (Powers Boothe, TV's "Deadwood"), has won 19 State Championships. But the small town heroes are dealt a series of unexpected blows that threaten to rob them of their 20th championship win. When talk of a school merger gets serious and Coach Scoyoc is fired, then replaced by his 24-year-old assistant, Kent Stock (Sean Astin, Rudy and The Lord of the Rings trilogy), failure seems inevitable. Tom Arnold, Rachael Leigh Cook and Michael Angarano join an excellent ensemble cast in this inspirational family gem.
This film tells the true story of an underdog coach (Sean Astin - Rudy, Lord of the Rings trilogy) and team who despite tradition have been written off not only by their rivals but also by those closest to them, the town. Can they find the faith in themselves, and faith in each other, to make it to one final championship game -- and the chance for redemption?
This film tells the true story of an underdog coach and team who despite tradition have been written off not only by their rivals but also by the town. Can they find the faith in themselves to make it to one final championship game?
Oscar Nominee Sam Shepard (Best Supporting Actor, The Right Stuff 1983) and Academy Award nominated director Wim Wenders (Best Documentary Feature, Buena Vista Social Club 1999) reunite for their first collaboration since the critically acclaimed Paris, Texas in this delightful tale about second chances. Howard Spence was once one of Hollywood's hottest movie stars. Now he's a washed up actor barely making it through the day. So on the set of his latest western film he decides to flee and visit his mother (Oscar winner Eva Marie Saint, Best Supporting Actress, On The Waterfront 1954) for the first time in 30 years. To his surprise he discovers that he might have a grown up child (Gabriel Mann, The Bourne Supremacy) living in a small town in Montana, where he once had a fling with a local waitress (2-Time Oscar winner Jessica Lange, Best Supporting Actress, Tootsie 1982 & Best Actress, Blue Sky 1994). Things get even more complicated when the film company sends an insurance agent (Academy Award Nominee Tim Roth, Best Supporting Actor, Rob Roy 1995) to retrieve him and another woman (Sarah Polley, Dawn of the Dead) appears in town with more than a sincere interest in Howard.
Lt. Disher has decided to resign from the police force after botching a big drug raid. Capt. Stottlemeyer tries to persuade him not to quit, but it's no use. Uncle Harvey left Randy his farm after committing suicide, and Randy has decided to move to the country to start a new life. On the farm, Randy has reservations about the death of his uncle. He calls Monk, and asks if he would come to the farm to investigate. Monk, of course, has reservations of his own. But after a little coaxing from Natalie, Monk decides that he should help his friend Randy, and the next day he's on a bus to the country.
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Nigel finds himself with Jordan in the Deep South after a haunted man asks for Jordan's professional opinion about his father's 40-year-old murder.
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The now aggressive strike force manufactures dissension within Luca's ranks and takes advantage of his excesses. Guest stars Deborah Harry.
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A well-to-do gambler is suspicious of the antics of a rather dull racehorse. The man goes into the colt's stable to investigate. A stablehand, Gates, and an exerciser, Ryan, find him there and Gates hits the gambler on the head, killing him. The dead man's daughter, Valerie, goes to Charlie Townsend and hires the Angels to find the murderer. Sabrina and the gambler's daughter, Valerie, go through her Father's things and find a card file on his horses Also, on an envelope they find a set of initials which, translated, mean "white spot, lower left cheek" written in the man's own hand. Sabrina gets a job as another exerciser, from Thad at the track. When she rides out on one of. the their horses, she meets an owner, Carter. As they watch Sabrina, both are attracted. Kelly tells him that she is writing an article. Ryan is friendly with Sabrina so that when she asks if a stallion with a white spot on his cheek killed Valerie's father, Ryan becomes suspicious. Bosley and Kris, posing as Arizona horse people, watch the workout. But when they offer to buy the horse, Keepback, Thad insists he's not for sale. Later he finds Bosley and Sabrina checking out the colt's lip tattoo. Gates is about to kill Sabrina when he drops dead of a heart attack. Bosley and Kris drive out of town to another stable where they find the real Keepback. The colt has been switched with its twin, a real winner from Mexico. Ultimately, the Angels find out that Carter was behind the whole scheme.
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Performers for an ice show mysteriously disappear before the big opening. Kelly learns it's part of an assassination plot on the show's opening night, but she's captured before she can alert anyone.
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