Classic western tale of the confrontation between a young man and his tyrannical stepfather during a cattle drive. Clift's screen debut!
A Texas bordello operated by the local sheriff's girlfriend comes under fire by a muckraking TV personality. Fair film version of the hit Broadway musical.
Rockford Files clip - starring James Garner, Noah Beery, Jr., Joe Santos.
World War II morale booster about a group of actors organizing a USO show. No plot to speak of but lots of vaudville star turns. Lots of nostalgic fun!
A Wyoming rancher hires a drifter who catches the fancy of his wandering wife, sparking jealous retribution from a near-lunatic ranch hand.
School-marm Barbara Eden challenges the evil speculator (Arthur O'Connell) at a town meeting, the local editor (John Ericson) pleads the case of an Indian (Eddie Little Sky), then Tony Randall, title character, takes out some thugs, in director George Pal's The 7 Faces Of Dr. Lao, 1964.
Three of the title personages, first the Abominable (actually the director's son George Pal Jr.), then Tony Randall as both Merlin and the Chinese doctor, visited by Arizona editor Cunningham (John Ericson), skeptical about the new circus in town, in MGM's The 7 Faces Of Dr. Lao, 1964.
Gunfighter-turned-preacher Killian (Glenn Ford) arrives home to find Hopi maiden Leloopa (Barbara Herhsey) preparing dinner in gratitude, in Heaven With A Gun, 1969.
Glenn Ford stars in Heaven With A Gun (1969) as a gunslinger-turned-preacher who is forced to return to his old ways.
Locally presumed to be a hired gun, preacher Killian (Glenn Ford) plays poker with local bully Coke (David Carradine), saloon keeper Madge (Carolyn Jones) intervening just in time, in Heaven With A Gun, 1969.
The local gossip (Peggy Rea) leaving as teacher Angela (Barbara Eden) arrives at the circus run by Tony Randall (title character), who then appears in another persona, then becomes John Ericson, the boyfriend whose cause he supports, a quasi-erotic event in George Pal's The 7 Faces Of Dr. Lao, 1964.
Burt Reynolds and Dolly Parton star in this rousing musical about a sheriff and a madam who band together to save the infamous Texas Chicken Ranch from a big-city TV crusader.
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas documents in rousing song and dance a new Texas Legend, which now joins the Alamo as a historical institution immortalized in story, song, book, play and movie. The demise of the real-life Chicken Ranch inspired the musical stage play, and now the big screen version stars Burt Reynolds as Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd and Dolly Parton as the Chicken Ranch's proprietress, Miss Mona. The two join together not only in romance, but to fight big city TV crusader Melvin P. Thorpe (Dom DeLuise) in his efforts to expose the Chicken Ranch to public scandal, and thus close it down.
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas documents in rousing song and dance a new Texas Legend, which now joins the Alamo as a historical institution immortalized in story, song, book, play and movie.
When a TV preacher targets a local brothel as "The Devil's Playhouse," it's up to the town sheriff, a frequent patron, to save it. The film version of the Broadway hit boasts a star-studded cast and features the timeless ballad "I Will Always Love You."
Lee Marvin gives a spellbinding performance as a wounded outlaw who appears as a romantic figure to three impressionable youths (Ron Howard and Gary Grimes). Nursed back to health by the boys, the outlaw enlists them in his robberies...And then callously betrays them.
At a small-time motorcycle track in Arizona, an inept Little Fauss trails the field. His most loyal boosters are his parents, Seally and Mom Fauss. Seally has the sanitary concession; Mom operates the catering truck. Mom tries to interest a photographer in taking Little’s picture. However, the photographer has his lens trained on the long scar on the back of Halsy Knox, a lithe, swaggering hustler, who feeds his girl, Sylvene, the remains of a sandwich he stole from Mom.
A timid geek and a handsome braggart race motorcycles.
A story of two motorcycle racers, the inept, unsuspecting Little Fauss (Micheal J.Pollard) and the opportunistic, womanizing Halsey Knox (Redford).
Police groupie Sweeney jeopardizes the lives of Rockford and Patsy Fossler, the woman he is shielding from hit men, when she tells the thugs where Jim is hiding her. Part 2 of 2.
A Vietnamese beauty hires Rockford to find her missing brother and the investigation uncovers a bizarre kidnap plot involving three ex-soldiers, a CIA agent, and $500,000 stolen from American payrolls in Saigon.
Composer-singer Isaac Hayes, who won an Oscar in 1971 for the theme song from "Shaft," will make his second guest-star appearance as ex-con Gandy Fitch, one half of a team of private detectives competing with Rockford on a finder's fee case.
When Det. Becker is suspended on suspicions of dealing in dope, Rockford investigates and uncovers a narcotics ring complete with a crooked cop. Jack Kelly and Jack Carter guest-star.
Jim Rockford succumbs to the pleas of his father, Rocky, to help get their old friend, T.T. Flowers, out of a senior citizens hospital, where his daughter and son-in-law have committed him. Part 1 of 2.
Rockford's clients are fellow private investigators who are being illegally forced out of business by a conglomerate agency which goes to elaborate means, including homicide, to stamp out competition.
Rockford's attorney, Beth Davenport, pressures him into helping her brilliant cousin who is suspected of slaying his boss, and Jim's investigation uncovers a web of bribery and conspiracy.
Rockford is hired by an insurance company to check out an accident claim and uncovers a gun-running caper that makes him the target of both the underworld and federal agents.
Rockford's former cellmate, Angel, suckers him into being best man at his wedding, which turns out to be part of Angel's scheme to swindle an Armenian family in a real estate deal.
Rocky's luck is short-lived after he hits a bonanza in an oil rights lottery.
Jim Rockford’s troubles with police and the underworld mount when a psychic, Clementi, points to him during an investigation of the slaying of a dope pusher.
Susan Strasberg guest-stars as a sophisticated real estate woman who uses her old flame, Rockford, to deliver escrow papers to another agent -- but the package contains $100,000 in bogus money.
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