Two interstellar adventurers come to the rescue of a planet whose air supply is threatened by the evil Dark Helmet in Mel Brooks' parody of science-fiction movies. May the Schwarz be with you!
A pair of ex-cops decide to enter the world of professional wrestling. Cameos by several popular wrestlers!
Batten down the hatches and fluff up the pillows! Grif and Jenny Henderson are sailing for Europe - and bound for marital mayhem.
With their expected comic precision, James Garner and Debbie Reynolds play the Hendersons in a spirited romp from three masters of laughter on home and movie house screens: writer-producers Garry Marshall and Jerry Belson and director Jerry Paris. The Hendersons are a loving, All-American couple who try to bridge the generation gap with their free-spirited son on a trip abroad. But once on the continent, family relations run aground when some teenage girls enter the picture - and a scheming French playboy (Maurice Ronet) focuses his roving eye on Jenny. Frisky business and misunderstandings galore ensue, all funny, vibrant and charming. That's How Sweet It Is!
2 volumes of kid-fun in which Mayor Pufnstuf and his friend, Jimmy, take on the wicked Witchiepoo.
Tony Curtis stars as Lepke, head of Murder Inc., the syndicate that spattered the headlines of the day with blood. From his rough-and-tumble East Side childhood to his rise in the drug trade to his 1944 execution at Sing Sing, Lepke depicts with brute force the criminal career of a man with more than 60 murders to his credit.
A down-and-out alcoholic clown gets framed for the murder of his boss. Highlighted by Williams' brief appearance as a mime teacher!
Spaceballs -- John Candy, Rick Moranis, Bill Pullman and Dom DeLuise rocket into orbit in this side-splitting Mel Brooks excursion where good and evil forces grapple in an out-of-this-world galaxy.
Nathan Detroit (Frank Sinatra) comiserates with pals Benny (Johnny Silver) and Nicely-Nicely (Stubby Kaye) who then join him in Frank Loesser's tune 'The Oldest Established,' in Guys and Dolls, 1955.
Frank Sinatra (as 'Nathan Detroit') with his one ballad, Frank Loesser's 'Adelaide,' sung to his fiance' (Vivian Blaine), which he chose not to sing in character, in the Samuel Goldwyn production of Guys And Dolls, 1955.
The first of the famous Marlon Brando vocals, as gambler 'Sky Masterson,' with Salvation Army sister Sarah (Jean Simmons, also doing her own singing) considering the romantic future with Frank Loesser's I'll Know, in Guys And Dolls, 1955.
La gran carrera -- The year 1914. The expected Half Million Pesetas race is about to begin at the Lasarte racetrack, when a tragic crime is commited.
Dueling gangs of clowns are pitted against each other in this outrageous dark comedy. Shakes, an alcoholic kid's party clown, finds himself framed for murder and must get off the sauce to clear his name, get his girl back and defeat the bad clown element running rampant in Palookaville.
This hysterical movie about an alcoholic clown makes its long-awaited debut on DVD. Starring BobcatGoldthwait and Julie Brown. Featuring Adam Sandler.
Dueling gangs of clowns are pitted against each other in this outrageously funny comedy written by, directed by, and starring Bobcat Goldthwait. Julie Brown co-stars as the hard-working waitress who stands by her clown. Bobcat stars as Shakes, an amiable, alcoholic bozo from Palukaville, USA. But after one particularly wild night, Shakes wakes to find he's been framed for murder. The hilarious suspects include a pack of rude rodeo clowns, a gang of mimes, and an ambitious party clown with eyes for Shakes' sweetheart. As unlikely a superhero as you'll ever meet, Shakes takes to the street for a slapstick showdown that blows the lid off the big top. Features hilarious performances by Adam Sandler and Florence Henderson.
An opening shot of one of those enormous, endlessly flowing, across-the-top-of-the-screen George Lucas space cruisers introduces us into the not-quite-so-serious world of director Mel Brooks' planet "Spaceball", which is attempting to steal the atmosphere.
In this spoof of the Star Wars trilogy, the nefarious Dark Helmet hatches a plan to snatch fetching Princess Vespa and steal her planet's air.
John Candy, Rick Moranis, Bill Pullman and Dom DeLuise rocket into orbit in this side-splitting Mel Brooks excursion where good and evil forces grapple in an out-of-this-world galaxy.
Lucy portrays a gin-infested apple peddler in cooperating with the police to capture a suspected bank robber.
Ben arranges for a horse race unaware that the outcome has been fixed.
Rob recalls his job interview with Alan Brady near the end of an arduous keep-awake marathon.
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The Petries' romantic second honeymoon becomes a disaster when Laura's toe gets caught in a bath spout.
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Rob goes to see an old Army buddy's nightclub act and winds up spending the night in jail.
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When Laura and Rob give Richie a birthday party, 63 screaming moppets make a shambles of the Petrie house.
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After a series of auto-related thefts, suspicion looms over Jimmy. How long can Andy rush to Jimmy's defense before his faith in the boy is shaken?
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A quarrel over finances between a husband and wife is interrupted when the husband, Ralph Cowell (Philip Reed) receives a call from Sloane (Cyril Delevanti), his old business partner. Sloane summons Ralph to the park, where he tries to cash in an I.O.U. for $10,000. Panicked and broke, Ralph strangles Sloane and then tries to find the I.O.U. so he can destroy it. Unfortunately, Ralph was being watched by a homeless man named Goodfellow (Robert Newton), who not only witnessed the murder but also managed to recover the I.O.U. Things are about to get very expensive for Ralph.
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