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.
After receiving a Vidiian patient who is about to die from the phage, The Doctor transfers her consciousness into the ship's computer and creates a holographic body, and soon begins to develop romantic feelings for her.
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