Roughly historically accurate, Francis (Bradford Dillman), with pal Paolo (Stuart Whitman), prepares to go to war for his city, his attention diverted again by a beggar (Nicholas Hannen), speaking what would become the Latin greeting of Franciscan monks, in Francis Of Assisi, 1961.
We still don't know what crime Fuller (Stuart Whitman) committed, as he visits his Doc McNally (Rod Steiger), as a condition of his parole, having taken a new job in a new town, with a somewhat revealing flashback, in The Mark, 1961.
Canadian commandos take on a Nazi post on the coast of France in Attack on the Iron Coast (1968).
Francis of Assisi (1961), the story of a lusty, fighting young adventurer who exchanged his sword for a cross.
From veteran director Michael Curtiz, shooting in Italy, the straightforward opening, introducing Bradford Dillman as the title character, Dolores Hart, who herself became a Catholic nun, an admirer, from Francis Of Assisi, 1961.
We've just learned from boss Clive (Donald Wolfit) that our protagonist Fuller (Stuart Whitman) has been in prison and was hired on his doctors' recommendation, his crime still not revealed, when executive assistant Mrs. Leighton (Maria Schell) is introduced, in The Mark, 1961.
Still mysterious as Fuller (Stuart Whitman), having taken a room in an un-named English city, chats with landlady Mrs. Cartwright (Brenda De Banzie) and husband (Maurice Denham), some emphasis on a print of a famous painting, early in The Mark, 1961, co-starring Rod Steiger and Maria Schell.
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Mel Brooks directs this film about a ruthless billionaire, Goddard Bolt (Brooks), who wants to obliterate a poor section of Los Angeles and build a high-tech commercial center in its place. His only problem is that he owns only half the land needed for the construction, the other half belonging to equally ruthless billionaire Vance Craswell (Jeffrey Tambor), who has his own ideas for the land. The two try to buy each other out until, finally, a deal is struck: Craswell bets that Bolt cannot survive a month on the streets as a homeless man. If Bolt makes it, he gets the property. If he doesn't, Craswell gets it. Bolt agrees and, as a poor man, he begins to feel the pain of being uprooted and alone, even meeting a friendly homeless woman, Molly (Lesley Ann Warren) with whom he forms an attachment.
Much has happened in the last twenty years that has altered history forever-Glasnost, Ronald Reagan, Watergate, PacMan-but for some, like Far Out Man, life hasn't changed a bit.
In a fantasy adventure, set in a world peopled by creatures of myth and magic, a prince embarks on a quest to find the magical Glaive and then rescues his young bride. Colwyn (Ken Marshall) is the leader of a mythical sword-and-sorcery group in pursuit of "the Beast" that has kidnaped his fiance, Lyssa (Lysette Anthony).
A young prince battles aliens and sorcerers to rescue his princess from the Beast on the fantastic planet Krull.
Winifred invites everyone to an Eton-Harrow cricket match. Profond turns up. Annette tells Soames she is going to Paris – he knows it is with Profond. Jolyon sees Jon with Fleur. He is furious.
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Having already declared their love for each other, Fleur and Jon wonder about the secret that divides their families. Soames arranges a house party to distract Fleur and pairs her with the dashing Michael Mont for tennis. To please his father, Jon reluctantly agrees to accompany his mother on a three-month holiday abroad, but Irene cuts the trip short when she realizes that the separation from Fleur has only strengthened Jon's feelings for her. Crushed to discover that the flirtatious Profond has turned his attentions to another married woman, Winifred berates Dartie for his years of drinking and gambling.
Period drama based on John Galsworthy's novels. A chance meeting with Jon spurs Fleur on to find out more about him, and why everyone seems to want to keep them apart.
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Fleur arrives at Jon's cottage where he works for a local farmer. Irene and Jolyon get a letter from Jon explaining that he wants time to himself.
With the war preparations looming, Winifred takes Dartie back, but he soon returns to his old habits. Winifred goes to her mother for comfort, and Emily responds in the only way she knows. When the Forsytes all gather to see Val and Jolly off to South Africa, only Jolyon manages an honest display of emotion. Soames continues to employ detectives to follow Irene, but even his employees no longer believe that he is only interested in evidence for a divorce. He tracks Irene down in Paris and makes another futile attempt to bring her home. As Irene and Jolyon begin to build a future together, Soames lets go of his obsession with Irene and moves on. With Annette, his dream of a son and heir seems finally within his grasp.
Irene cannot return to her old life and leaves Montpelier Square forever. June confronts Soames with the truth about his marriage, and Soames briefly lets his feelings overwhelm him. Robin Hill becomes the happy family home it was always meant to be after Old Jolyon buys it from Soames for Young Jolyon and Helene. Five years pass, Helene has died and Young Jolyon and June are away when Irene returns and visits Robin Hill to see Bosinney's creation. Old Jolyon discovers her there and the two begin an affectionate friendship, making Irene once again grist for the family gossip mill. When Old Jolyon dies, his son delivers a pointed eulogy that distinguishes his father from the rest of the Forsyte clan.
Soames enlists Bosinney to design a grand country retreat that he hopes will salvage his marriage. But the project makes Irene more desperate than ever to break away and provides new opportunities for Irene and Bosinney to cross paths. Tempered by advancing age, Old Jolyon reconciles with his son's new family. Winifred's marriage has soured owing to Dartie's profligate ways. Soames' dream house, Robin Hill, materializes nicely, but his marriage deteriorates further. Bosinney and Irene find it harder and harder to hide their feelings for each other. After a scene at a Forsyte ball, Soames confronts Irene with his suspicions.
At a Forsyte family gathering, Winifred announces her engagement to Montague Dartie. Young Jolyon, distracted by the illness of his daughter, June, reveals his feelings for the child's governess, forcing a showdown with his wife. Deciding to follow his heart, Young Jolyon is disowned by his father. Four years later, Soames Forsyte's search for a suitable wife leads him to Irene, a beautiful young woman dependent on her avaricious stepmother. Though she makes no secret of her lack of feelings for Soames, Irene agrees in desperation to marry him. June, now grown into a spirited beauty, introduces young architect Phil Bosinney to the family as her husband-to-be. In church soon after, Bosinney and Irene have eyes only for each other.
Soames tries for one last chance with Irene, only for her to spurn him and marry Young Jolyon.
Winifred starts painful divorce proceedings. Soames decides to force Irene to return to him
Soames goes to Paris to try one last chance with Irene. She tells him she hates him and would never live with him.
A night of bad decisions will have lifelong consequences for Soames and Irene as the trial approaches. Old Jolyon decides that it is time he had his son back and goes to see Jolyon to try and mend the past.
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