Carrie Fisher's semi-autobiographical tale of a recovering drug abuser actress and her relationship with her flamboyant show-biz mom. Incredible cast in an often amusing drama!
The true story of Ruth Gordon's early struggles on the road to stage stardom.
Louisa May Alcott's classic story of four maturing 19th century American sisters in a world dominated by men. A good period drama with a fine cast and a message for today.
101 Dalmatians movie trailer - starring Rod Taylor, J. Pat O'Malley, Betty Lou Gerson, Martha Wentworth, Ben Wright, Cate Bauer. Directed by Clyde Geronimi. Genre: Family
Fast-talking salesman comes to a small town in Iowa to organize a boys' band and inadvertently falls in love with a librarian. Oscar nominee for Best Picture features terrific score!
Introducing Ernie Kovacs as studied railroad fat-cat Malone, lieutenants Sloan (Walter Greaza) and Harris (Casey Adams) briefing him about the problem with the lobster lady from Maine, early in It Happened To Jane, 1959, also starring Doris Day, Jack Lemmon and Steve Forrest.
Maine single mom, small business owner and title character Doris Day at the station, with Homer (Parker Fennelly) flipping out about the railroad, rushing to lawyer George (Jack Lemmon), speechifying with Uncle Otis (Russ Brown), early in It Happened To Jane, 1959, directed by Richard Quine.
The Music Man -- A con man comes to a Midwestern town with a scam using a boy's marching band program, but things don't go according to plan.
The Man Who Came to Dinner -- Trailer for this classic romantic comedy
The Music Man -- It's the Music Man, the screen version of one of Broadway's all-time blockbusters, a skyburst of Americana as irresistible as 4th of July fireworks.
Little Women -- Winona Ryder lights up the screen in this classic story of love and family devotion.
Based on the classic story by Victor Hugo. Ashamed of his strange appearance, the shy hunchback Quasimodo takes refuge in the splendid cathedral of Notre Dame, happily ringing the great church bells - and entertaining his only friends - the comical belfry bats. Then, Quasimodo catches sight of Melody, the bewitching gypsy girl. Suddenly, his heart is filled with a different kind of music. Melody's joyful singing enchants all who hear her, including her own musical instruments which spring magically to life. But when Melody refuses the affections of the evil Captain of the Guard, he vows to burn her as a witch the very next morning. Now, as daylight approaches, only Quasimodo, the zany bats, and the enchanted musical instruments can save Melody. Quasimodo teaches that standing tall brings happiness and that you don't have to be afraid of people's opinions. Melody's experiences prove that a free happy spirit can help you get through the toughest situations.
Inspired by Victor Hugo's novel, this Disney film follows a gentle, crippled bell ringer as he faces prejudice and tries to save the city he loves.
Inspired by Victor Hugo's classic novel, Disney brings the heroic adventures of Quasimodo, the gentle and lonely bell ringer of Notre Dame, to spectacular life. This critically acclaimed Disney masterpiece is an "uplifting, thrilling story with a heart-touching message that emerges from the comedy and song" (Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times). At the urging of his hilarious gargoyle pals Victor, Hugo, and Laverne, Quaismodo leaves the solitary safety of his tower, venturing out to find his first true friend, the gypsy beauty Esmerelda. The most unlikely of heroes, Quasi fights to save the people and the city he loves and, in turn, helps us to see people for who they are, rather than how they appear. The star-studded voice cast includes Jason Alexander, Tom Hulce, Kevin Kline, and Demi Moore in a magnificent Disney musical from renowned composer Alan Menken.
Winona Ryder lights up the screen in this classic story of love and family devotion.
Louisa May Alcott's classic novel about a family of four young girls raised by their mother after their father leaves for battle as part of the Union Army is brought to the big screen in this adaptation.
Everybody's favorite nun is back in the habit as Academy Award(R)-winner Whoopi Goldberg (Best Supporting Actress, 1990, GHOST) stirs up more laughs than ever before! This time, Whoopi goes undercover as Sister Mary Clarence at a troubled inner-city school. Equipped with a melody-marching lesson plan, she brings the gift of laughter, the power of music, and a touch of heavenly inspiration to the classroom -- before the streetwise students discover who she really is! Experience the joys of higher education with this crowd-pleasing favorite as Whoopi answers her calling once again and delivers her special brand of habit-forming fun!
Whoopi goes undercover as Sister Mary at an inner-city school.
Sigmund's family is invited to uncle Siggy's luau but only if Sigmund is there. But when his brothers try to get him Sigmund he hits his head and thinks he is a little boy.
Jack Wild, the movie star is vacationing on the beach and meet Sigmund and the boys. Sigmund's family take Mr. Wild prisoner, but if you think he'll stand for that…You don't know Jack!
A caveman and his pet dinosaur move into the Ooze's cave and force them out.
When Uncle Siggy finds Sigmund is not at the cave he locates him at the clubhouse - and falls in love with Zelda.
It's Halloween and Sigmund decides to go trick or treating with Johnny and Scott. So Siggy disguises himself as a boy in a sea monster costume.
Sigmund's family evacuates the cave for a storm and Sigmund moves home to avoid Johnny and Scott's parents.
When Sweet Mama kicks Big Daddy out of the cave, he moves into the club house with Sigmund.
Sigmund's mother Sweet Mama decides to redecorate the sea monster cave. But to save money she gets her furniture from Johnny and Scott's house.
Sigmund accidentally breaks Aunt Zelda’s bowl and decides to get money from his family’s cave to replace it, but he is caught after curfew by the sea monster sheriff.
When Sigmund’s brothers find an Ooze brother must attend Ghoul school they try to trick Sigmund into going. Then the boys neglect their schoolwork looking for their sea monster.
Sigmund refuses to sing with his sea monster family in a monster rock concert because he has entered a radio contest looking for new singers!
A Sea Monster tax audit reveals Sigmund is missing. Sigmund’s father, facing more taxes sends Sigmund’s brothers off to retrieve their little tax deduction. Meanwhile the housekeeper brings her nephew to visit Scott and Johnny.
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