Frogs -- Malevolent frogs proliferate at a country residence.
Cotton Comes to Harlem -- Ossie Davis makes his directorial debut a smashing success in the trend-setting action crime comedy Cotton Comes To Harlem.
Brian's Song -- The story of professional football players Gale Sayes and Brian Piccolo, and how their friendship on and off the field was affected when Piccolo contracted a fatal disease.
Fortune Cookie -- A shy young man s fancy turns to the pretty girl sitting next to him on a caf terrace. But cell phones, waitresses, city buses and a rebellious can of soda seem determined to thwart his awkward overtures until an innocent fortune cookie comes to the rescue.
Cotton Comes to Harlem -- Open-ended Trailer from Warner Bros.
'Whiplash Willie' Gingrich (Walter Matthau) realizes how to get brother-in-law Harry (Jack Lemmon) to play along when his ex-wife Sandy (Judi West) calls the hospital room in Billy Wilder's The Fortune Cookie, 1966.
An imprisoned man gets several offers to help him escape, if he will reveal where the $1.5 million he stole from the mob is hidden in The Slams (1973).
Shyster Willie Gingrich (Walter Matthau) dazzles the defense counsel, preparing for his lawsuit on behalf of his injured brother-in-law (Jack Lemmon, not seen) in Billy Wilder's The Fortune Cookie, 1966.
Fed up with the insurance scam, Harry (Jack Lemmon) performs for surveillance cameras and turns on ex-wife Sandy (Judi West), prompting brother-in-law lawyer Willie (Walter Matthau) to take a new position in The Fortune Cookie, 1966.
From Municipal Stadium in Cleveland, sportscaster Keith Jackson does play-by-play as cameraman Harry (Jack Lemmon) gets clobbered by 'Boom-Boom' Jackson (Ron Rich) in Billy Wilder's The Fortune Cookie, 1966.
Shyster Willie Gingrich (Walter Matthau) is staking out his accident-victim brother-in-law's hospital room scheming a lawsuit in an early scene from Billy Wilder's The Fortune Cookie, 1966.
Second trailer for The Fortune Cookie.
A cameraman is knocked over during a football game. His brother in law as the king of the ambulance chasing lawyers starts a suit while he's still knocked out. The cameraman is against it until he hears that his ex-wife will be coming to see him. He pretends to be injured to get her back, but also sees what the strain is doing to the football player who injured him.
A revenge-of-nature film in which thousands of swamp critters attack a wheelchair-bound, Deep South plantation owner and his family on his birthday...probably because he's been destroying the bayou wildlife and now they're on the warpath to destroy him.
$1.5 million cached in a secret stash. And only Curtis Hook (Jim Brown) knows where it's at. The hitch? He's tied up doing time in the stir, and his hidden kitty's spot is scheduled for demolition. Looks like Curtis is going over the wall. Too bad for him there's a legion of mooks and mugs anxious to know what Curtis did with the stolen mob moolah. And if he can survive his fellow cons, he still needs to get past the corrupt screws "guarding" the slam's inmates. What good is a trunk full of bucks when your life ain't worth a dime? The Slams was an early effort by prolific indie turned journeyman pro Jonathan Kaplan, whose many credits include the cult favorites White Line Fever and Over the Edge (featuring Kaplan's discovery, Matt Dillon). His more mainstream accomplishments include directing Jodie Foster's Oscar® winning performance in The Accused. The Slams also features a rare movie score from legendary Broadway arranger Luther Henderson.
Imprisoned con Curtis Hook (Jim Brown) must escape "the Slams" in order to rescue the 1.5 mill he stashed in a condemned site.
$1.5 million cached in a secret stash. And only Curtis Hook knows where it's at. The hitch? He's tied up doing time in the stir, and his hidden kitty's spot is scheduled for demolition. Looks like Curtis is going over the wall. Too bad for him there's a legion of mooks and mugs anxious to know what Curtis did with the stolen mob moolah. And if he can survive his fellow cons, he still needs to get past the corrupt screws "guarding" the slam's inmates.
Jumping with action, suspense, revenge and Southern Gothic charm, Frogs' stars Sam Elliott, Joan Van Ark and Ray Milland are constantly a lily pad away from croaking! Jason Crockett (Milland) is an aging, physically disabled millionaire who invites his family to his island estate for his birthday party. The old man is more than crotchety he's crazy! Hating nature, Crockett poisons anything that crawls on his property. But on the night of his shindig, it's nature's payback time, as thousands of frogs whip up every bug and slimy thing into a toxic frenzy until the entire environment goes environ-mental.
When a millionaire who kills any animal that moves on his island estate refuses to mend his ways, the swamp critters mete out some amphibian justice.
Malevolent frogs proliferate at a country residence.
Ossie Davis makes his directorial debut a smashing success in the trend-setting action crime comedy Cotton Comes To Harlem. Coffin Ed (Raymond St. Jacques) and Grave Digger Jones (Godfrey Cambridge), two plainclothesmen on the Harlem detail, are assigned to investigate the goings-on of suspicious local preacher Deke O'Malley (Calvin Lockhart), whose "Back to Africa" political movement turns out to be a scam to milk the community of their hard-earned cash.
Ossie Davis makes his directorial debut a smashing success in the trend-setting action crime comedy Cotton Comes To Harlem.
A college student loses a scholarship but tries to get even with the president by seducing his wife, daughter and his mistress.
Esther kicks Woodrow out of their house and, much to Grady's distress, Lamont gives his uncle permission to move in with them. To get Woodrow out of the Sanford house, Grady convinces him that he should "wear the pants in the family."
A proud Southern belle, imprisoned in a pit with Caine (DAVID CARRADINE), learns that serving others and being served are folds of the same garment.
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