The bulky trailer for the ambitious Kirk Douglas comic Western by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, co-written by the Bonnie And Clyde team, David Newman and Robe (more…)
03:00 — Comedy about an Old West convict's plan to escape an Arizona prison being taken over by a progressive warden.
01:58 — In order to finance his sons' college educations, an insurance salesman becomes involved in an outlandish scam with a scheming blonde. Second comic te (more…)
01:01 — All-star dud about an assassination attempt on the president during a packed football game.
00:55 — The 1941 attack of Pearl Harbor from the viewpoints of both American and Japanese directors. Exciting and realistic epic!
Wilby Daniels (Dean Jones) and wife (Suzanne Pleshette) suffer a campaign mishap, leading to the introduction of his opponent Slade (Keenan Wynn) and (more…)
Ice Cream man Tim (Tim Conway) is duly frustrated with egg-head customer Brian (Shane Sinutko) whose dad is running for district attorney in Disney's (more…)
Encouraged by his boss, Gerber (Godfrey Cambridge) decides to confront his sudden-blackness head-on, making a date a discriminating club for lunch, in (more…)
Mase (George C. Scott) is the unwanted new hired-man, insisted upon by the still unwelcome Doyle (John Mills), whose daughter Lena (Faye Dunaway) is t (more…)
Lawyer Wilby Daniels (Dean Jones) and family (Suzanne Pleshette and Shane Sinutko) arrive home to find their house robbed, prompting his political out (more…)
Having turned black, Gerber (Godfrey Cambridge) grabs a cab to the drug store to buy skin treatments, getting help from wife Althea (Estelle Parsons) (more…)
As Betty (Suzanne Pleshette) leads off the TV interview, the ice-cream man (Tim Conway) reads the dreaded incantation and the candidate (Dean Jones) t (more…)
As wife Althea (Estelle Parsons) bemoans their failing sex life, Jeff (Godfrey Cambridge, in white-face) demurs, then wakes up black, in Mario Van Pee (more…)
Director Stanley Kramer's opening, it's not necessarily clear that leading lady Faye Dunaway isn't shooting to kill, and only later clear that her tar (more…)
The Japanese take advantage of American blunders to launch a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970).
In an early scene in whiteface, Gerber (Godfrey Cambridge) reveals his bigoted views to counterman Joe (Mantan Moreland) and the gang at work, in dire (more…)