A mad scientist has Metropolis in the palm of his hand and only Superman can stop him.This was Superman's first cartoon appearance and was produced by the legendary Fleischer Brothers.
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Finely played story of a medical school student's relationship with his slightly retarded brother and a young woman in working-class Pittsburgh. Poignant and realistic!
Mash: Season 11 clip - starring Alan Alda, Loretta Swit, Harry Morgan, Mike Farrell.
Stabler and partner Lucius Blaine investigate a beating and sexual assault of a wealthy 16-year-old.
Early scene in which director Peter Bogdanovich (playing a director, Sammy) pleads with retiring star Byron Orlock (Boris Karloff) who is then seen in rifle sights by Bobby (Tim O'Kelly) in Targets, 1968.
Boris Karloff (as Byron Orlock) in a famous scene which drew applause on the set (actor-director Peter Bogdanovich, Sandy and Geraldine Baron, his audience) from Targets, 1968.
Intoxicated director Sammy (director Peter Bogdanovich) visits wistful Byron Orlock (Boris Karloff), watching himself on TV in Howard Hawks' The Criminal Code (1931), from Targets, 1968.
Climactic scenes from Roger Corman's The Terror, (1963) under the credits as Boris Karloff (as Byron Orlock) watches himself, the opening of Peter Bogdanovich's Targets, 1968.
Domestic tableau as quasi-protagonist Bobby (Tim O'Kelly) arrives home to dine with Dad (James Brown), Mom (Mary Jackson) and spouse (Tanya Morgan) in Peter Bogdanovich's Targets, 1968.
MASH -- The staff of a Korean War field hospital use humor and hijinks to keep their sanity in the face of the horror of war.
Doomsday Machine -- Spies discover that the Red Chinese have built a 'doomsday machine' capable of destroying the surface of the Earth...
Doomsday Machine -- The year is 1975. A spaceship is launched from the Earth on a mission to Venus. As it streaks through space, its passengers are horrified to learn that Earth has been destroyed by a nuclear holocaust (they witness it on their telescreen).
Meet Patch Adams (Academy Award® winner, Robin Williams), a doctor who doesn't look, act or think like any doctor you've met before. For Patch, humor is the best medicine, and he's willing to do just about anything to make his patients laugh - even if it means risking his own career. Based on a true story, Patch Adams combines sidesplitting humor with an inspiring story that transcends the traditional comedy.
Robin Williams is Patch Adams, a doctor who will do anything to make his patients laugh -- even if it means risking his own career -- in this inspiring comedy based on a true story.
Meet Patch Adams (Robin Williams), a doctor who doesn't look, act or think like any doctor you've met before. For Patch, humor is the best medicine, and he's willing to do just about anything to make his patients laugh - even if it means risking his own career. Based on a true story, PATCH ADAMS combines sidesplitting humor with an inspiring story that transcends the traditional comedy.
In his directorial debut, Peter Bogdanovich weaves two disparate story lines into a terrifying moment of confrontation. In seemingly unrelated events, aging horror film star Orlok (Boris Karloff) announces his retirement, and an apparently average young man (Tim O'Kelly) accumulates an arsenal of rifles and handguns. As the pace quickens, O'Kelly turns into a murderous sniper, showing up at a drive-in theater where Orlok is making his final personal appearance.
Elderly horror-film star who, while making a personal appearance at a drive-in theater, confronts a psychotic Vietnam veteran who's turned into a mass-murdering sniper.
The year is 1975. A spaceship is launched from the Earth on a mission to Venus. As it streaks through space, its passengers are horrified to learn that Earth has been destroyed by a nuclear holocaust (they witness it on their telescreen).
Melinda investigates a haunting at the hospital morgue.
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The son of a billionaire is missing after his plane crashes.
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Tony tells Jeannie he's off to the North Pole but she finds him on the beach at Waikiki.
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Lex Luthor discovers Superman's Achilles' heel: A deadly vulnerability to Kryptonite. Armed with this lethal information, the vile fiend sets out to destroy the Man of Steel once and for all.
When embittered scientist Dr. Earl Garver goes into a coma before revealing the location of a ticking bomb, Superman risks enlisting the help of Parasite to drain the information from Garver's mind.
An amnesiac Metallo travels to a volcanic island and, in his confusion, becomes a superhero to a pair of young children. But he regains his true personality when Lois Lane and Superman arrive to investigate.
Joker kidnaps Lois in order to lure Superman to his death. Batman's intervention saves the day and, soon after, Lois tells a heartbroken Clark that she will be transferring to Gotham City in order to be with Bruce Wayne.
Maxima, Queen of Almerac, desires Superman as a potential mate. She kidnaps the Man of Steel and takes him to her home planet, where she prepares to marry him.
Smitten with love, Toyman will do anything, even destroy Metropolis, to possess Darci Mason, a mechanical fashion model. The only person standing between Toyman and his obsession for Darci is Superman.
In another effort to take over Earth, Darkseid erases Superman's memory and adopts him as a son.
Lex Luthor transforms terrorist John Corben into Metallo, a flesh and metal Kryptonite-hearted cyborg with evil intent and no emotions. Metallo's only mission is to destroy Superman.
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