Richard Harris ("Unforgiven," "Camelot") is a small-town sheriff on a path of vengeance, searching for the outlaws who killed his wife and son. The classic Western theme of the peaceable man pushed to violence is well treated in this Lukas Heller ("The Dirty Dozen") script.
Richard Harris is a small-town sheriff on a path of vengeance, searching for the outlaws who killed his wife and son. The classic Western theme of the peaceable man pushed to violence is well treated in this Lukas Heller script.
A railroad crossing. A stranded car. A beautiful blonde - unconscious. Moody scientist Jim Grayam (Jeff Hunter) rescues the lovely Lorrie (Anne Francis), only to learn that she's his boss' wife! She wants out of the marriage, but her cruel, controlling husband Cort (Dana Andrews) won't let her go. After Grayam and Lorrie embark on a torrid affair, he hatches the perfect plan: kill Cort while faking insanity to avoid a murder rap! Grayam's convincing portrayal makes everyone believe he's gone mad: the judge, the psychiatrists, and eventually even himself. In this edgy psychological thriller directed by veteran character actor and thriller specialist William Conrad (My Blood Runs Cold, Two on a Guillotine), there's method to one's madness. And you'd be crazy to miss it.
When a popular entertainer meets with an untimely death, his shocked showbiz associates scramble desperately to find a quick replacement. That replacement is Stanley Belt (Jerry Lewis), a meek hotel employee who suddenly finds himself plucked from obscurity and hilariously groomed for stardom.
When a big-time comedy star unexpectedly dies, his managment team decides to recruit a no-talent bellboy to take his place!
When a star comedian dies, his comedy team, decides to train a nobody to fill the shoes of the Star in a big TV show (a Patsy). But the man they choose, bellboy Stanley Belt, cant do anything right. The big TV show is getting closer, and Stanley gets worse all the time.
Kirk's brother, his wife, and much of the Deneva colony are found dead from a mysterious epidemic of mass insanity. Spock too becomes infected but survives with Vulcan techniques until he is blinded by the cure McCoy tests on him.
On Marilyn's birthday, the entire family gathers in the living room to watch as she opens her presents. The last to be opened is her gift from Eddie, something that he admits he found in an old trunk in the attic. Marilyn is pleased to find that the gift is a beautiful emerald ring. Grandpa, however, goes into shock and faints when he sees the ring and Marilyn leaves the house on a date before he recovers.
With a nod to Cyrano de Bergerac, Herman helps a co-worker, Clyde, court a girl by writing love poems that Clyde passes off as his own.
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