The first adventure of the cute canine, in which he rescues two children from kidnappers. Strictly for the young at heart!
Justice League: Season 4: Episode 10 -- To avenge a fallen comrade, Superman declares war on Cadmus.
An atomic submarine is assigned to dispose of a radioactive belt encircling the earth. Early Allen adventure flick!
Invisible Strangler movie trailer - starring Stefanie Powers, Elke Sommer, Robert Foxworth, Sue Lyon, Leslie Parrish, Percy Rodrigues. Directed by John Florea. Genre: Drama
In 1984, 17-year-old Ben Wilson was a symbol of everything promising about Chicago: a sweet-natured youngster from the city's fabled South Side, and America's top high school basketball prospect. Nicknamed 'Magic Johnson with a jump shot,' Wilson's natural talents and drive assured his best years were yet to come. Then, in November of his senior year, the career of this exceptional youngster was abruptly and tragically cut short. Ben's grim fate sent ripples of horror through the city and the country.
Best known for their visionary music videos for such superstars as Kanye West and Mos Def, filmmakers Coodie and Chike bring viceral sophistication to a narrative that feels as raw today as it did 28 years ago. Told through awe-inspiring footage of his high school glory days along with candid interviews with teammates, coaches, family, and friends, Benji is a stirring portrait of a phenom admired both on the court and off.
Walter Sherill (Alan Ladd) is convinced he's seen the car carrying the gang that mugged him, in 13 West Street (1962).
Rocket engineer Walter Sherill (Alan Ladd) runs out of gas then gets mugged in 13 West Street (1962).
Opening credits for 13 West Street (1962) starring Alan Ladd.
A stray dog sets out to rescue two kidnapped children in Benji (1974), directed by Joe Camp and starring Christopher Connelly.
As Walter Sherill (Alan Ladd) takes matters into his own hands, a police detective (Rod Steiger) seeks his help in indentifying suspects, from 13 West Street (1962).
This gripping documentary tells the story of Ben Wilson, a teenage basketball phenom from Chicago's South Side whose life was cut short by violence.
An Oscar Nominee for the hit song "Benji's Theme (I Feel Love)," writer-director Joe Camp's Original canine classic remains one of the best loved family films after thirty years. This tail-wagging tale begins as Benji visits his pals Cindy (Cynthia Smith) and Paul (Allen Fiuzat), whose father, Paul Chapman (Peter Breck), won't let them give the mutt a home. But the shaggy stray changes his mind by saving the day when Mitch (Mark Slade) and his reluctant partners (Christopher Connelly, Tom Lester, Deborah Walley) kidnap the kids. "Benji's uncanny ability to project emotions definitely makes him the Laurence Olivier of the animal world," raved The New York Daily News; now he's back for a new generation!
This tail-wagging tale begins as Benji visits his pals Cindy and Paul, whose fater Paul Chapman, won't let them give the mutt a home. But the shaggystray changes his mind by saving the day when Mitch and his reluctant partners kidnap the kids.
An investor in a Darion Mason dance production hires the Angels after two performers disappear. Mason is trying to sabotage the performance to get out of debt, and the Angels audition for the show.
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