The Pimpernel is called upon to track down Helene, daughter of the Marquis de Rochambeau. watch
Hitchcock's classic thriller about a man wrongfully sought for the murder of a beautiful spy.
Trailer for East Meets West.
East Meets West almost defies description, but here goes: Sammi (superstar singer actress Karen Mok, vamping up a charismatic storm) is mad at her dad (1980s HK pop idol and leading man Kenny Bee, playing a wonderfully knowing, self-mocking version of himself) for dallying with her former classmate (mainland bombshell Huang Yi). When said classmate is abducted for failing to pay her debts by devilishly handsome businessman Charles (suave HK singing star Eason Chan), Sammi persuades Kenny to hold a benefit concert (naturally), featuring the members of his washed-up old band (played by the actual members of Bee s old HK pop band, Wynners). They and scads of other Hong Kong stars--Ekin Cheng as a doughy pastry man, Jaycee Chan as a smarmy dad-obsessed lackey (he s Jackie Chan s son in real life)--miraculously survive a car accident because... they are reincarnations of Heavenly Immortals, sort of Buddhist cosmic superheroes, locked in cosmic battle with fire-breathing evil.
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A disgraced warrior planning the murder of a Japanese diplomat, and a ninja in the employ of a navy official are about to land in San Francisco when a band of thieves steal the money the diplomats are carrying.
When Ann Lake (Carol Lynley) comes to a nursery school in the Hampstead area of London to collect her four-year-old daughter, Bunny, she's told by everyone from the headmistress down that there is no record of the child having been at the school. Ann's brother, Steven (Kier Dullea) an American journalist, tries to help solve the mystery. And after Investigator Newhouse of Scotland Yard is unable to find evidence of Bunny ever being enrolled, he hints that the child could be a figment of the young unmarried mother's imagination. Ann desperately insists that her Bunny is both real and missing. While searching for something that might give the authorities proof of Bunny's reality, Ann finds that the child's toys and possessions -- even her passport -- are all missing. Remembering a doll she sent to a "doll's hospital" for repair, Ann rushes to claim it. And after it helps uncover a well-planned plot to make her doubt her sanity, Ann is able to find herself when they finally find her missing daughter.
Perverse. Sinister. Bizarre. Otto Preminger's (Anatomy of a Murder) controversial suspense thriller is availableuncut and uneditedfor the first time on DVD!
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The Pimpernel is called upon to track down Helene, daughter of the Marquis de Rochambeau.
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