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Missouri (State?) Senator Tadlock (Kirk Douglas) works in some handsome oratory, recruiting retired trail-guide Summers (Robert Mitchum) at his riverside camp, early in producer Harold Hecht's The Way West, 1967.
Credit the Serendipity Singers for the unusual spoken-then-sung accompaniment, as the wagon train heads for Oregon, Kirk Douglas, Robert Mitchum, Richard Widmark, Lola Albright and young Sally Field featured, in The Way West, 1967.
A fanatically accurate retelling of the familiar Wyatt Earp/Doc Holliday story in Tombstone, with fascinating character development, stressing such details as the romance between Doc Holliday (Stacy Keach) and Kate Elder (Faye Dunaway), and concluding with a blistering depiction of the gunfight at the O.K. Corral.
Julie Andrews made a bid to change her squeaky clean image with this elaborately mounted WWI musical. Lili Smith (Andrews) is a popular British music hall singer who is regarded as a femme fatale and has been known to throw a bit of striptease into her act. However, Lili has a secret: she's actually a German spy, and the uncle she dotes upon is really Von Ruger (Jeremy Kemp), a fellow espionage agent and her contact for the Huns. In hopes of gaining valuable information, Lili begins using her feminine wiles on Maj. William Larrabee (Rock Hudson), a top American pilot. However, Lili soon discovers that she's falling in love with Larrabee and can't find the courage to betray him; Larrabee discovers Lili's secret, but he refuses to turn her in.
Julie Andrews made a bid to change her squeaky clean image with this elaborately mounted WW I musical. Lili Smith (Andrews) is a popular British music hall singer who is regarded as a femme fatale and has been known to throw a bit of striptease into her act.
Musical superstar Julie Andrews plays Lili Smith, the singing sweetheart who the troops adore. But she has a secret... she's really an enemy agent! And she's just been assigned a new mission: seduce heroic pilot Major William Larrabee (Rock Hudson).
This saga of the wagon-train journey of a group of Western pioneers from Independence, Missouri, to Oregon along the historic Oregon Trail (from the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by A.B. Guthrie, Jr.) is known for its breathtaking photography of the Western expanse (by William H. Clothier). Kirk Douglas portrays a widowed senator who leads the wagon train, and Robert Mitchum plays the troubled trail scout--a man plagued by poor eyesight. The trials of the trail include Indian attacks and the inevitable human conflicts of men and women who are living in close quarters in a volatile, tense and dangerous atmosphere. Among the members of the party: a highly irascible and colorful Richard Widmark, and Sally Field in her first film role.
Michael Witney as a fugitive whose winning smile is a prelude to murder.
Fleeing from Joe and Candy, the swindling Farrell brothers find that their biggest threat is hatred for each other.
Kirk returns to the planet Neural, where he spent time 13 years earlier. A friend of Kirk's from his previous visit is now the leader of its people.
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