A laconic training sequence with pro-wrestling promotion strategies under review, manager Harry (Peter Falk) with California Dolls Iris (Vicki Frederick) and Molly (Laurene Landon), in the last movie by director Robert Aldrich, ...All The Marbles, 1981.
Between gigs in northeast Ohio, manager Harry (Peter Falk) and his California Dolls tag team (Vicki Frederick, Laurene Landon) sharing resonant dialogue (Johnny Carson staffers Jim Mulholland and Mike Barrie among the uncredited screenwriters), in director Robert Aldrich's All The Marbles, 1981.
Opening scenes, partly shot on location in Akron, Ohio, introducing the California Dolls tag team (Vicki Frederick, Laurene Landon) and their colorful manager Harry (Peter Falk), in director Robert Aldrich's last film, ...All The Marbles, 1981.
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A supernatural, maniac killer cop teams up with a Times Square serial killer.
This paranoid thriller begins as Eric Roberts' girlfriend (Janine Turner) is taken away in an ambulance and he can't find her. She's been taken prisoner by Eric Braeden, a crazed doctor who kidnaps people and sells their bodies for spare parts. Roberts hooks up with pretty cop Megan Gallagher to solve the mystery. A campy, action-packed thriller from cult director Larry Cohen (It's Alive), The Ambulance features a cameo by Marvel Comics prez Stan Lee and lots of tongue-in-cheek humor. It's as quirky and entertaining as Cohen's other genre films, with clever photography by Jacques Haitkin and a tense score by Jay Chattaway.
Steve (David Rasche) and Jenny's (Colleen Camp) new stepmother, Miranda (Bette Davis), is truly a witch in every sense of the word. With their father (Lionel Stander) happily deceived by his new wife, it is up to the kids to stop Miranda's dastardly plans, before it is too late. This movie was Bette Davis' last film.
Transforming into a cigarette smoking black cat is just one of Bette Davis' evil tricks in this campy, fun-filled brew that mixes magic with mayhem and costars Barbara Carrera as Davis' doting daughter.
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