Amusing satire on the Old West with James Coburn leading an all-star cast on a search for gold bullion buried in the desert.
In CASE 39, family services social worker Emily Jenkins (Renee Zellweger) thinks she has seen it all... until she meets 10-year old Lilith Sullivan (Jodelle Ferland) and the child's cruel and dangerous parents. Her worst fears are confirmed when the parents try to harm Lily, their only daughter. Frightened for her life, Emily enlists the help of Detective Mike Barron (Ian McShane) and takes Lily in while she continues the search for the perfect foster family. Just as it seems as though Lily is on her way to a more loving home, under the guidance of Emily and psychiatrist (Bradley Cooper), dark forces surrounding this young girl come to light and, little do they know, their attempts to protect her will only bring on greater horror.
Cry Havoc movie trailer - starring Fay Bainter, Joan Blondell, Margaret Sullavan, Marsha Hunt, Ann Sothern. Genre: Drama
Lame sequel about an English student at a 1960s highschool who falls for a girl who is attracted to greasers.
A half-Indian rodeo star finds love when he returns to his reservation. Only for the most die-hard Elvis lovers. For the rest-stay away, Joe.
In the war between the blue and the gray, one soldier is yellow! When a cantankerous Union colonel is labeled a coward after his horse bolts for the rear, the brass puts him in command of a company of the brainless and brawnless and sends them all West. The idea is to keep the misfits out of action. Instead, they ride straight into slapstick encounters with a purty spy, a passel of happy-go-lucky harlots, a shipment of Union gold and a wily band of Johnny Rebs.
“If you want to live, you must follow the tranquil existence of an oyster,” the eminent cardiologist warns his terrified patient. “No excitement and no women. One kiss and you die!” Mon Dieu! No kissing? That’s the kiss of death for ladies’ man Toto Duryea. And especially now, when he’s found the woman who has won his heart forever. Too bad that heart is one sick ticker. Vaudeville and stage star Frank Fay portrays Toto in this jaunty pre-Code bedroom farce set in Paris and directed by the legendary Michael Curtiz (Casablanca, Life With Father). Vivacious kewpie doll Joan Blondell and flapper femme fatale Louise Brooks are among former lovers who rush to Toto’s bedside eager to provide comfort. But he rejects them all for a hard-to-get American beauty (Laura LaPlante) whose lips have touched his only once. And oh how he longs to repeat the experience. Will Toto give his life for one more heavenly smooch?
Lizzie movie trailer - starring Richard Boone, Joan Blondell, Eleanor Parker, Hugo Haas, Ric Roman. Directed by Lee Alan. Genre: Non-Fiction
Rating: Not Rated
When a con man (James Garner) sneaks off a train, he's mistaken for a gunman in Support Your Local Gunfighter (1971).
Working with Kenicke (Jeff Conaway) on his car, the T-Birds (Michael Tucci, Kelly Ward, Barry Pearl) join Danny (John Travolta), in Greased Lightning by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey, in Grease, 1978.
A successful pro-baseball pitcher faces a catastrophe! The first challenge of the quietest baseball team in the world! When things seem like they couldn't get any worse, the drama of a lifetime begins!
Jon Voight plays Billy Flynn, an ex-champion boxer who was KO'd by booze and gambling. When the wealthy, estranged mother of Flynn's young son begins trying to lure the boy away from him, Flynn must return to the ring to provide for his child.
Jon,Faye Dunaway and Ricky Schroeder star in this poignant story about a one-time boxing champ who is forced to return to the ring in order to maintain custody of his 8-year-old son.
John Travolta solidified his position as the most versatile and magnetic screen presence of the decade in this film version of the smash hit play Grease. Recording star Olivia Newton–John made her American film debut as Sandy, Travolta's naive love interest. The impressive supporting cast reads like a "who's who" in this quintessential musical about the fabulous '50s. Grease is not just a nostalgic look at a simpler decade – it's an energetic and exciting musical homage to the age of rock 'n' roll.
Given the runaway success of Grease, which became the biggest-grossing movie musical of all time, it was all but inevitable that there would be a sequel, and four years later this follow-up brought a new group of kids back to Rydell High. It's 1961, and Stephanie Zinone (Michelle Pfeiffer) is the tough leader of the Pink Ladies, while Michael Carrington (Maxwell Caulfield) is a clean-cut British exchange student. Michael likes Stephanie, but the Pink Ladies' by-laws prevent her from dating guys who aren't members of the T-Birds, their affiliated male gang. However, when a Zorro-like masked avenger on a motorcycle rescues Stephanie from a gang of ill-mannered toughs, she's eager to get to know the hero with the cool wheels. Any guesses as to who he might be? Eve Arden, Sid Caesar, and Dody Goodman return from the first film as members of the Rydell High faculty, while actual '50s teen icons Tab Hunter and Connie Stevens are on board as new members of the staff; Didi Conn as Frenchy is the only one of the students to appear in both movies. Patricia Birch, who served as choreographer on Grease, made her debut as a director on Grease 2.
John Travolta solidified his position as the most versatile and magnetic screen presence of the decade in this film version of the smash hit play Grease. Recording star Olivia Newton-John made her American film debut as Sandy, Travolta's naive love interest. The impressive supporting cast reads like a "who's who" in this quintessential musical about the fabulous '50s. Grease is not just a nostalgic look at a simpler decade--it's an energetic and exciting musical homage to the age of rock 'n' roll!
Many familiar faces from the smash hit "Grease" return to the campus, and the new ones are equally memorable in this happy tribute to straight skirts, girl-chasing and young love.
It's 1961, two years after the original Grease gang graduated from Rydell High, and there's a new crop of seniors. The Pink Ladies and the T-Birds are still the epitome of cool, except that over the summer Stephanie, the sorority leader, feels she's looking for a new love. Meanwhile, newcomer Michael is smitten with Stephanie, who won't even notice him. The conflict is on and the Rydell High fun takes off to new heights.
As the men from U.N.C.L.E. investigate a THRUSH and Nazi plot to divert the Gulf Stream, Napolean is trapped by mobsters into a forced wedding and Illya is trapped by a lethal beauty. (Part 1 of 2)
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Philanderer Joe Britt sees his indiscretions shown on his own TV set after it was worked on by a very unique repairman.
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Luke and Kate join a young people's recreation group and suggest Grampa join the "Young Old Timers." He refuses, saying they are all old fuddy-duddies with no family interests. After consistently being left alone, he finally decides to investigate the old-timers group and is acclaimed by them as an artist at whittling.
There's more than just pride riding on a McCoy in the school's eating contest--Grampa has bet Kate's prized laying hen that Little Luke will win.
Grampa comes to the rescue when an old photograph of Flora in a bathing suit gets people talking.
The homeliest boy in class wants a date with Hassie, but she refuses.
Grampa thinks he's the perfect role model for Little Luke--until the boy starts getting in trouble for telling fibs and using bad language.
Grampa tries to join the volunteer fire brigade, but they refuse him.
Grampa refuses to let go of his old-fashioned ways of farming after a new county farm agent offers to help Luke modernize the henhouse.
A marriage-minded widow is chasing George, and Grampa tries to put a stop to it.
Grampa thinks that he's the life of Kate and Luke's parties.
A wealthy couple learns the joys of simple living from the McCoys.
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