An American navy nurse and a Frenchman fall in love while stationed in the South Pacific during World War II. Great Rodgers and Hammerstein score!
What parents need to know before their kids see Blood and Chocolate.
Ethel Stratton (June Allyson) goes tomboy on her husband Monty (James Stewart), a baseball player who's lost a leg, in The Stratton Story (1949).
Two fugitives (Mel Ferrer, John Kerr) hide out in a vineyard in The Vintage (1957).
Gaby (1956), Waterloo Bridge in color and widescreen with Leslie Caron as the woman left behind in World War II.
Tom (John Kerr) is on campus for a reunion, visiting his old lodgings, recalling himself, dubbed, singing a song based on an 18th century French ballad, and visiting with his new hostess Laura (Deborah Kerr, her first appearance), early in Vincente Minnelli's Tea And Sympathy, 1956.
La Yuma -- This is the story of Yuma a strong-willed and rebellious girl from the poor neighborhoods of Managua who dreams of being a boxer.
Yuma is the 1st Nicaraguayan feature production of the last 20 years.
South Pacific -- Rodgers and Hammerstein's Academy Award-winning 'South Pacific' is a towering musical masterpiece and the tender love story of a naive young Navy nurse (Mitzi Gaynor) and an older French Plantation owner (Rossano Brazzi) on a U.S. occupied South Sea island. The breathtaking score is highlighted by some of the most romantic songs ever written: 'Some Enchanted Evening,' 'There is Nothin' Like a Dame,' 'Younger Than Springtime' and more. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, South Pacific ranks among the most celebrated of Rodgers and Hammerstein's acclaimed musicals.
Laura (Deborah Kerr) visits her coach-husband Bill (Leif Erickson) at the beach then worries about young boarder Tom (John Kerr) in Vincente Minnelli's Tea and Sympathy, from Robert Anderson's play.
Tea And Sympathy movie trailer - starring Deborah Kerr, Leif Erickson, Darryl Hickman, John Kerr, Edward Andrews. Directed by Vincente Minnelli. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Blood And Chocolate movie trailer - starring Hugh Dancy, Agnes Bruckner, Olivier Martinez, Katja Riemann, Bryan Dick, Chris Geere. Directed by Katja von Garnier. Theatrical Release Date: 1/26/2007
"Blood and Chocolate" stars Agnes Bruckner ("24"), Hugh Dancy ("Basic Instinct 2,") and Olivier Martinez ("Taking Lives") and is directed by German independent film director Katja von Garnier ("Bandits"). The story takes place in modern day Bucharest and tells the tale of nineteen year old Vivian Gandillon (Bruckner), who has spent her life on the run from the truth... that she is a werewolf. Her affections for a visiting American artist threaten to expose her family's secret society.
The Silent Partner stars Miles Cullen as a teller who gets wind of master criminal Harry Reikle's scheme to rob his bank. Cullen providently squirrels away $50,000 in a safety deposit box before Reikle strikes. After the robbery, the papers report the amount of the bank's loss. Reikle realizes that there are fifty thousand extra bucks floating around that he hasn't gotten his hands on. The soft-spoken but sadistic Reikle puts the screw on Cullen to fork over the dough, but Cullen has lost the deposit box key.
A small-time hood is murdered just as he is about to blow the whistle on an organized crime ring.
Dave Harmon is a United States Marshall, who has been sent by the governor to the territory of Yuma. It seems that the law is not welcomed there; every Marshall that's been sent has been chased out. But when Harmon kills the brothers of Arch King, a powerful man, Harmon is told that unless he can prove that he was not the one who killed his brother, King will be back to deal with him in his own way.
Vincent Price plays a 16th century Spanish nobleman who slowly goes crazy when he thinks that his wife has been buried alive. It's all a joint plot between the supposed dead wife and her doctor/lover to get Price's money. Price now totally insane, assumes his father's identity (that of a grand inquisitor) and starts to murder!
There he is, Navy jet 8255. And there's Trans States 17 converging...head on! A tense air traffic controller knows the sky is full of danger as two aircraft - a Navy jet flying east and an airliner heading west - hurtle toward disaster. The jet's radio is out, the pilot unaware that he's dropped altitude into the path of the other craft. There are only moments for the controller to find some way to communicate with the jet. And even less time for the pilots to react to the emergency, all the while realizing that their dramatic personal stories of faithless wives and alienated children, of guilty secrets and secret dreams, may be ending. Dana Andrews leads a top cast in a tale of two planes on a collision course with each other. And with destiny.
A tense air traffic controller knows the sky is full of danger as two aircraft, a Navy jet flying east and an airliner heading west, hurtle toward disaster. The jet's radio is out, the pilot unaware that he's dropped altitude into the path of the other craft. There are only moments for the controller to find some way to communicate with the jet. Dana Andrews leads a top cast in a tale of two planes on a collision course with each other.
Rodgers and Hammerstein's Academy Award®-winning "South Pacific" is a towering musical masterpiece and the tender love story of a naive young Navy nurse (Mitzi Gaynor) and an older French Plantation owner (Rossano Brazzi) on a U.S. occupied South Sea island. The breathtaking score is highlighted by some of the most romantic songs ever written: "Some Enchanted Evening," "There is Nothin' Like a Dame," "Younger Than Springtime" and more. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, South Pacific ranks among the most celebrated of Rodgers and Hammerstein's acclaimed musicals.
An American woman falls in love with a Frenchman while stationed as a navy nurse in the South Pacific during World War II.
A sensitive prepschooler called "sister boy" by his peers, is offered more than tea and sympathy by the lovely housemaster's wife to help the boy prove his manhood. The frankness may be muted but the power remains in this stellar film.
A woman accuses a retired general and war hero of murder, only to find herself the object of his affections. Is he a killer, or was it all in her head? Columbo's on the case to discover the truth. Suzanne Pleshette and Eddie Albert guest star.
An unstable witness, along with the absence of a body and murder weapon, complicate a case against an American war hero (guest star Eddie Albert).
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