Paladin captures the infamous Billy Joe Lamont, who makes his living by singing, stealing, and killing. Immediately afterwards, they come upon a wagonload of derelicts from Hanna's Six Shot Saloon. watch
A call girl is convicted of murder and sentenced to die in the gas chamber. Hayward rightfully won an Oscar for her fine performance!
Jack Nicholson's first major movie vehicle was Five Easy Pieces (1970), about a classical pianist pursuing a blue-collar life.
Tammy Wynette's Stand By Your Man sets the tone for the opening credit sequence from director Bob Rafelson's Five Easy Pieces, 1970.
Home from his low-rent wanderings due to family illness, trained pianist Robert (Jack Nicholson) plays Chopin's Prelude to Opus 28 in E Minor #4 for Catherine (Susan Anspach), his brother's fiancee`, with a famous camera move, in director Bob Rafelson's Five Easy Pieces, 1970.
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Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer light up the screen in this captivating romantic comedy. Pfeiffer plays Frankie, a waitress at a N.Y.C. coffee shop. After a series of hurtful relationships, the last thing Frankie's looking for is a new man...until he comes looking for her. Pacino is an outgoing ex-con who's hired as the new short-order cook. He's head-over-heels crazy for Frankie. But to Frankie, they're as different as scrambled and hard-boiled. What can he mean when he says, "We were a couple before we ever met"? Directed by Garry Marshall(Pretty Woman), Frankie & Johnny is a "delightfully unique love story with a delightfully unique sense of fun" (David Sheehan, KNBD-TV, Los Angeles).
Johnny has just been released from prison, and gets a job in a cafe beside waitress Frankie. Frankie is a bit of a loner, but Johnny is determined their romance will blossom.
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Paladin captures the infamous Billy Joe Lamont, who makes his living by singing, stealing, and killing. Immediately afterwards, they come upon a wagonload of derelicts from Hanna's Six Shot Saloon.
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