First scene for both real-life characters, William Marshall as the A-G Edward Brooke (who would become Senator Brooke), and Henry Fonda as assistant John Bottomly, being recruited to head the murder investigation team, in Richard Fleischer's The Boston Strangler, 1968.
Assistant AG Bottomly (Henry Fonda), acting on a tip from a spiteful acquaintance of antique dealer Huntley (Hurd Hatfield, his only scene), visits him at a Boston gay bar, both retaining some dignity, in Richard Fleischer's The Boston Strangler, 1968.
More than an hour into the film, the star appears, Tony Curtis as Albert DeSalvo, watching coverage of the JFK assassination on TV, with kids and wife (Carolyn Conwell), then going about his business, in The Boston Strangler, 1968.
Walter Sherill (Alan Ladd) is convinced he's seen the car carrying the gang that mugged him, in 13 West Street (1962).
Federal and local law officers try to catch a deadly serial killer (Tony Curtis) in The Boston Strangler (1968).
Rocket engineer Walter Sherill (Alan Ladd) runs out of gas then gets mugged in 13 West Street (1962).
K.C. (Raquel Welch) takes on Big Bertha (Patti 'Moo Moo' Calvin) in this scene from Kansas City Bomber (1972), a drama set in the exciting world of roller derby.
Opening credits for 13 West Street (1962) starring Alan Ladd.
K.C. (Raquel Welch) takes on her main roller derby rival Jackie Burdette (Helena Kallianiotes) in this scene from Kansas City Bomber (1972).
John Cameron Swayze the voice-over anchor-man, introduction of director Richard Fleischer's ambitious multi-screen technique, and detective DiNatale (George Kennedy) at an early crime scene, opening The Boston Strangler, 1968, starring Tony Curtis and Henry Fonda.
As Walter Sherill (Alan Ladd) takes matters into his own hands, a police detective (Rod Steiger) seeks his help in indentifying suspects, from 13 West Street (1962).
Advanced multi-screen narrative from director Richard Fleischer, a victim (Enid Markey) admits the title character, a news report, then cop Willis (Richard Slattery) briefs troops including DiNatale and McAfee (George Kennedy, Murray Hamilton), in The Boston Strangler, 1968.
In a role that looks forward to his triumph in "The Champ," Academy Award-winner Jon Voight ("Mission: Impossible," "Heat") stars as a boxer in this gritty drama/love story about a young Golden Gloves fighter and Olympic hopeful looking for a life beyond the ring. Anne Archer ("Fatal Attraction," "Clear and Present Danger") co-stars as the woman who loves him.
Anticipating his triumph in "The Champ," Jon Voight stars as a boxer in this gritty love story about a young Golden Gloves fighter and Olympic hopeful looking for a life past the ring.
Vic is a young boxer who never has, and never will, achieve fame in the ring. Rather than find a new role in life, he prefers to hang around his old buddies, all losers like himself, in search for some direction in his life.
Bombshell Raquel Welch ("The Three Musketeers," "One Million B.C.") stars as a roller derby star who finds herself in a brutal showdown against her rival. Co-starring Oscar-nominee Kevin McCarthy ("Death of a Salesmen," "Invasion of the Body Snatchers"). Look for Oscar-winner Jodie Foster ("Silence of the Lambs," "Maverick") in an early performance!
Bombshell Raquel Welch stars as a roller derby star who finds herself in a brutal showdown against her rival. Co-starring Kevin McCarthy.
Boisterous yet blistering, lighthearted yet lacerating directed Academy Award winner* Joseph Mankiewiczby. There was a Crooked Man throughout all its moods, delivishly entertaining.
A charming but totally ruthless criminal is sent to a remote Arizona prison. He enlists the help of his cellmates in an escape attempt with the promise of sharing his hidden loot.
The Boston Strangler is a gripping account of the real-life serial killer who stalked the Boston Common, leaving behind a trail of dead young women, and the detective who helped solve the case. Detective Phil DiNatale ultimately gets on the trail of a schizophrenic plumber named Albert De Salvo and cracks one of the most horrifying serial murder cases in U.S. history.
Victor tries to get information on Ashley's secret project, while Mariah learns Sharon's secret. (TV-14 D)
Devon and Hilary give in to their desires, Chelsea puts the cards on the table with Billy, and Sharon has a troubling nightmare! (TV-14 D)
Victoria’s jealousy gets the best of her, Kelly asks Sharon about her past with Phyllis, and Neil has surprising news for Hilary. (TV-14 D)
Lauren asks Michael to admit they have problems in their marriage, Avery stands behind Dylan, and Mariah makes an unexpected ally. (TV-14 D, L)
Nick and Sharon share the news of their engagement, Paul tries to connect with Dylan, and Nikki lets her guard down with Maureen. (TV-14 D, L)
Malcolm helps Neil face the truth about his future, Mariah struggles to accept her new life, and Chelsea reaches out to Billy. (TV-14 D)
Nick pulls out all the stops to surprise Sharon, while Phyllis is jolted back to reality. (TV-14 D)
Shemar Moore returns as Malcolm Winters. (TV-14 D)
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