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 gangster Roschak (Vic Tayback) in Disney's The Shaggy D.A., 1976.
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 The Shaggy D.A., 1976.
Encouraged by his boss, Gerber (Godfrey Cambridge) decides to confront his sudden-blackness head-on, making a date a discriminating club for lunch, in director Mario Van Peebles' Watermelon Man, 1970.
Lawyer Wilby Daniels (Dean Jones) and family (Suzanne Pleshette and Shane Sinutko) arrive home to find their house robbed, prompting his political outrage in Disney's The Shaggy D.A., 1976.
Having turned black, Gerber (Godfrey Cambridge) grabs a cab to the drug store to buy skin treatments, getting help from wife Althea (Estelle Parsons) in director Mario Van Peebles' Watermelon Man, 1970.
As Betty (Suzanne Pleshette) leads off the TV interview, the ice-cream man (Tim Conway) reads the dreaded incantation and the candidate (Dean Jones) turns into a dog in Disney's The Shaggy D.A., 1976.
As wife Althea (Estelle Parsons) bemoans their failing sex life, Jeff (Godfrey Cambridge, in white-face) demurs, then wakes up black, in Mario Van Peebles' Watermelon Man, 1970.
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 director Mario Van Peebles' Watermelon Man, 1970.
Comedy about an Old West convict's plan to escape an Arizona prison being taken over by a progressive warden.
Two-Minute Warning -- A swat team rushes to track down a maniacal sniper at the Los Angeles Coliseum during a championship football game.
Get set for Big Trouble - and double indemnity - when Oscar® nominees Peter Falk and Alan Arkin star as a wacky pair of insurance swindlers. Golden Globe nominee Beverly D' Angelo aids and abets the inspired lunacy in Academy Award® nominated director John Cassavetes' riotous farce. The trouble and the laughs start when insurance man Leonard Hoffman (Arkin) decides to send his three sons to Yale. To raise the cash, Leonard gets drawn into a bizarre scheme by Steve Rickey (Falk) and his screwball wife, Blanche (D'Angelo). But their plot to collect on an "accidental" death policy gets sidetracked by a series of hilariously unforeseen twists. Can these unlikely allies pull off the sting before they get stung?
Alan Arkin and Peter Falk star in John Cassavete's comedic homage to DOUBLE INDEMNITY. When lovely Beverly D'Angelo convinces insurance man Arkin (who is desperate to send his triplet sons to Yale) to kill off her husband, things get progressively stranger...and funnier.
Get set for Big Trouble and double indemnity when Peter Falk and Alan Arkin reunite as a wacky pair of insurance swindlers. Beverly D'Angelo aids and abets the inspired lunacy in director John Cassavetes' riotous farce. The trouble and the laughs start when insurance man Leonard Hoffman (Arkin) decides to send his three sons to Yale. To raise cash, Leonard gets drawn into a bizarre scheme by Steve Rickey (Falk) and his screwball wife Blanche (D'Angelo). But their plot to collect an "accidental" death policy gets sidetracked by a series of hilariously unforeseen twists. Can these unlikely allies pull off the sting before they get stung? Falk and Arkin pile up big laughs as they get deeper and deeper into Big Trouble!
Dean Jones, Tim Conway, Suzanne Pleshettte, and Keenan Wynn star in this howlingly hilarious sequel to Walt Disney's classic, The Shaggy. Disgusted by the shady dealings of not-so "Honest" John Slade (Wynn), Wilby Daniels (Jones) decides to run for District Attorney, but when robbers steal the magic Borgia ring that "dogged" Wilby as a teenager, the fur really begins to fly! Once again, Wilby keeps turning into a large, talking sheepdog at the worst possible moments when the ring's magical incantation is read aloud. And when dirty trickster Slade discovers Wilby's secret, the race is on to see who can get their paws on the ring first! Packed with nonstop laughter for the entire family, The Shaggy D.A. promises -- and delivers -- sidesplitting fun!
A nightmare of fear and panic unfolds in this chilling tale of a lone gunman who sets his sights on a sell-out crowd at a championship football game. Charlton Heston is the police captain who leads the desperate fight to stop the madman - high atop the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum - before he sets off widespread devastation in the jam-packed stadium. John Cassavetes and Martin Balsam are among those risking their lives to thwart the sniper's attempts, while innocent spectators Gena Rowlands, Jack Klugman, Beau Bridges, Walter Pidgeon, David Janssen and thousands of others try to hide from the fatal gun sites and avoid the deadly ensuing stampede.
Wilby Daniels, a successful lawyer running for District Attorney, suddenly finds himself transformed into an English sheepdog. Somehow he has to keep his change a secret and find just what is causing it, all the while eluding the local dog catcher.
A swat team rushes to track down a maniacal sniper at the Los Angeles Coliseum during a championship football game.
It's time to play ball in Walnut Grove! After losing badly the previous year, the team knows that they need to find a more reliable pitcher and Mr. Mumford's golden arm seems to be heaven sent. Everything is going beautifully until bets are made, prompting Mr. Mumford's no-nonsense wife to forbid letting him play amidst such silly gambling.
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One thousand years in the future, Gotham City is terrorized by a dangerous villain from its past. Can the city defend itself from such a threat without the Batman?
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