San Francisco police detective Harry Callahan defies his superiors in his dealings with a maniacal killer. Make my day!
A mentally challenged man gets help from a sociopathic woman when he tries to reunite with his dying father, who disowned him years earlier.
Inspector Callahan (Cllint Eastwood) is not one bit intimidated by the mayor (John Vernon), unlike the chief (John Larch) and Bressler (Harry Guardino), early in Don Siegel's Dirty Harry, 1971.
The most famous scene, though not related to the main story, Inspector Callahan (Clint Eastwood) with counter-man Jaffe (Woodrow Parfrey), foils a bank robbery in Dirty Harry, 1971.
Advanced film-making by director Don Siegel and San Francisco photography by Bruce Surtees, Clint Eastwood featured, in the famous opening sequence from Dirty Harry, 1971.
Frogs -- Malevolent frogs proliferate at a country residence.
Dirty Harry -- A San Francisco cop with little regard for rules (but who always gets results) tries to track down a serial killer who snipes at random victims.
Dirty Harry -- Academy Award winner Clint Eastwood stars as no-holds-barred San Francisco cop Dirty Harry Calahan in this action thriller that began a an action franchise--Dirty Harry.
Trailer for The Beguiled.
Clint Eastwood and Geraldine Page star in this tense psychological drama of love and betrayal. During the Civil War, a wounded Union soldier is sheltered by the headmistress and students of a girls' academy in the South. As his health returns, his desire increases but can he trust these enemy women not to turn him in? He takes his chances but soon realizes that his benefactress can't be trusted... With his love or with his life! His lustful ambition turns quickly against him and the story follows him through a series of nerve-shattering events, including realistic scenes that are among the boldest, most shocking ever witnessed on film.
A mentally retarded man is befriended by a terminally ill homicidal schizophrenic. Touching at times but not funny.
A revenge-of-nature film in which thousands of swamp critters attack a wheelchair-bound, Deep South plantation owner and his family on his birthday...probably because he's been destroying the bayou wildlife and now they're on the warpath to destroy him.
In this unusual road movie, a mentally retarded man, trying to hitchhike home, meets up with a small-time stick-up woman. She protects him from the dangers of the highway, and they become close friends, sharing their deepest secrets and helping each other come to terms with death.
In this unusual road movie, a mentally retarded man, trying to hitchhike home, meets up with small-time stick-up woman. She protects him from the dangers of the highway, and they become close friends, sharing their deepest secrets and helping each other come to terms with death.
Internationally acclaimed director Louis Malle has taken a taboo subject - child prostitution - and has created in Pretty Baby a film of humanity and beauty. E.J. Bellocq (Keith Carradine) is a photographer obsessed with the prostitutes in New Orleans' red-light district. Violet (12-year-old Brooke Shields), a young girl in 1917, bewitches Carradine with her curiosity and naive coquettishness. Malle's level-headed treatment of this controversial theme and exceptional performances by the entire cast (especially Susan Sarandon as Violet's prostitute mother) makes Pretty Baby a must-see for all serious film fans.
A photographer in turn-of-the-century New Orleans takes pictures of prostitutes, and eventually falls for one hooker's prepubescent daughter. A memorable film debut for Shields at 12.
Jumping with action, suspense, revenge and Southern Gothic charm, Frogs' stars Sam Elliott, Joan Van Ark and Ray Milland are constantly a lily pad away from croaking! Jason Crockett (Milland) is an aging, physically disabled millionaire who invites his family to his island estate for his birthday party. The old man is more than crotchety he's crazy! Hating nature, Crockett poisons anything that crawls on his property. But on the night of his shindig, it's nature's payback time, as thousands of frogs whip up every bug and slimy thing into a toxic frenzy until the entire environment goes environ-mental.
Kwai Chang Caine (DAVID CARRADINE), stricken by poisoned water, lies near death in the home of a former slave who fearfully harbors a secret so precious that it might well save the entire community from disaster.
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