Goodbye, My Fancy movie trailer - starring Joan Crawford, Robert Young, Eve Arden, Frank Lovejoy, Janice Rule, Lurene Tuttle. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
A recently deceased playboy pleas for his eternal fate by recounting his hedonistic life. Classic comic fantasy!
A visionary 1930s movie executive navigates the stormy seas of Hollywood - but a passionate love affair threatens to end his career. With Jack Nicholson, Robert Mitchum.
Future cop Charlton Heston uncovers the deadly secret behind a mysterious synthetic food in Soylent Green (1973).
John Ritter (as Roger), Heather North (as Jennifer), Kurt Russell (as Steve), Joe Flynn (Mr. Wilbanks) and the fictional UBC TV network are introduced in Disney's The Barefoot Executive, 1971.
Simonson (Joseph Cotten) is pleased that his girlfriend Shirl (Leigh Taylor-Young) likes her 21st Century video game, with Fielding (Chuck Connors) attending in Soylent Green, 1973.
The impressive opening montage and first scene featuring future-cop Thorn (Charlton Heston) and roommate Sol (Edward G. Robinson) from Soylent Green, 1973, directed by Richard Fleischer.
Mail-room staffer Steve (Kurt Russell) ambushes network executive Wilbanks (Joe Flynn), and his chauffeur Mertons (Wally Cox), with a programming pitch in The Barefoot Executive, 1971.
Steve (Kurt Russell) hastens to make sure his rival Roger (John Ritter) doesn't discover that Raffles the chimp is a TV programming genius in Disney's The Barefoot Executive, 1971.
Detective Thorn (Charlton Heston) begins his murder investigation by sampling the luxuries of the victim's apartment and offending his aide (Chuck Connors) in Soylent Green, 1973.
Steve (Kurt Russell) discovers that Raffles the chimp, newly adopted by his girlfriend Jenn (Heather North), has strong preferences about TV in The Barefoot Executive, 1971.
Gilbert (Stephen Young) busts into the compound where Soylent executive Simonson (Joseph Cotten) lives for Cotten's second and final, notably philosophical scene in Soylent Green, 1973.
Starring Peter Frampton and The Bee Gees along with Steve Martin, George Burns, Aerosmith, Alice Cooper, Billy Preston and Earth, Wind and Fire performing almost two dozen incredible Beatles covers, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is a landmark of pop culture and an all-star musical spectacular for fans of all ages.
Heaven Can Wait is a romantic fantasy about Joe Pendleton (Warren Beatty), a Los Angeles Rams quarterback who is accidentally summoned to Heaven by an overly zealous celestial escort. Pendleton is returned to earth in the body of another man, who is a corporate giant. While practicing to once again play for the Rams, Pendleton must escape attempts on his life while romantically pursuing a beautiful English woman (Julie Christie) who protests the destruction caused to her village by one of his many corporations.
A veritable who's who of the rock and roll scene of the late 1970s join forces for this fun romp loosely inspired by the Beatles album of the same name. In this imaginative film, a rock band comes to the rescue of a small town suffering from boredom.
Joe Pendleton is a Los Angeles Rams quarterback who is accidentally summoned to Heaven by a celestial escort. Pendleton is returned to earth in the body of another man, who is a corporate giant. While practicing to once again play for the Rams, Pendleton must escape attempts on his life while romantically pursuing a beautiful woman who protests the destruction caused to her village by one of his corporations.
A veritable who's who of the rock and roll scene of the late 1970's join forces for this fun romp loosely inspired by the Beatles album of the same name. In this imaginative film, a rock band comes to the rescue of a small town suffering from boredom.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's fascinating tale of studio politics in early Hollywood is breathtakingly adapted to the big screen by Elia Kazan and scriptwriter Harold Pinter. Robert De Niro heads a powerhouse cast as studio head Monroe Stahr, a thinly disguised Irving Thalberg character in command of his studio but haunted by a love lost to the past. Tony Curtis, Robert Mitchum, Jeanne Moreau, Theresa Russell, Anjelica Huston and Jack Nicholson contribute stirring supporting performances to this richly detailed '30s-era gem.
From Hong Kong action superstar Chow Yun-Fat and powerhouse director Wong Jing comes a story of the rise and fall of real-life gangster Cheng Daqi, spanning 30 tumultuous years in Shanghai. For Cheng, innocence and young love are shattered by circumstance, wrongful imprisonment, murder, and escape. He finds himself in the crime gangs of Shanghai and apprenticed to the local "tycoon" (Sammo Hung). As the years pass, Cheng rises to the upper echelons of power and finds himself torn between the love of two women, the murderous plots of the secret service, and the looming threat of war that may destroy the entire city.
A hapless, hustling young attorney, Leo Harrigan (Ryan O'Neal), is on the run from an irate client when he falls into the hands of pioneer independent filmmaker H. H. Cobb (Brian Keith). As Harrigan begins writing for Cobb's Kinegraph Studios, he meets Kathleen (Jane Hitchcock), an aspiring actress, and falls instantly in love. Hoping to avoid the prying eyes of larger, rival production companies, Cobb hustles Harrigan off to direct several silent action films in the prairies of the Midwest. Although one of the major studios sends an enforcer, ex-alligator wrestler "Buck" Greenway (Burt Reynolds), to make trouble, after a fight with Harrigan, he agrees to join the company as its leading man. And during the filming of an action sequence, Buck and Kathleen are brought together in the basket of a runaway balloon and agree to marry. The entire crew, including Alice (Tatum O'Neal), a teenage truck driver who runs her own prop rental business, moves to Hollywood where they walk into a nickelodeon that is showing edited versions of the films they have been sending Cobb. Irate, they confront the studio tycoon and announce plans to form their own company. But the restrictions of a large studio and a romantic triangle conspire to break up the relationship until they reunite at the opening of D.W. Griffith's "The Birth of a Nation," where a new age in filmmaking is born.
An accident, which occurs while traveling through the wormhole, leaves Kira and Bashir stranded in an alternate universe where humans are slaves.
Having trespassed in the Tandaran military zone, Archer and Mayweather are held in a prison amid civilian Suliban who are routinely held even though they are not the genetically altered troops led by Silik in the Temporal Cold War. Disgusted that the innocent detainees include children, Archer organizes a jail break.
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