Monsieur Ibrahim movie trailer - starring Omar Sharif, Gilbert Melki, Isabelle Renauld, Lola Naymark, Anna Suarez, Pierre Boulanger. Directed by Francois Dupeyron. Genre: Drama
Michael Caine stars as Dr. David Linderby, half of a married U.N. medical team vaccinating native villages in West Africa. But when his skinny-dipping wife (supermodel Beverly Johnson) is abducted by a depraved Arab slave trader (two-time Oscar winner Peter Ustinov), there's no time for diplomacy. Now with the help of a human-trafficking activist (Rex Harrison), a cynical mercenary (William Holden) and a vengeful Bedouin (Kabir Bedi), Linderby must pursue his wife's slavers 3,000 miles across the Sahara before she can be sold at auction to wealthy Saudis. In a land without mercy, how far will one man go to save the woman he loves from the ultimate violation?
Epic account of British adventurer T.E. Lawrence's role in uniting the Bedouins against the Turks during World War II. O'Toole's incredible first starring role and winner of several Oscars, including Best Picture!
Ashanti movie trailer - starring Michael Caine, Omar Sharif, Peter Ustinov, Rex Harrison, Kabir Bedi, Beverly Johnson. Directed by Richard Fleischer. Theatrical Release Date: 3/9/1979
Lawrence Of Arabia starring Alec Guinness, Anthony Quinn, Claude Rains, Jack Hawkins, Omar Sharif, Peter O'Toole
Trailer for The 13th Warrior.
In AD 922, an important emissary who is banished from his homeland. The nomadic outcast comes across a band of Norse warriors who coerce him into joining them when they are summoned to fight mysterious creatures legendary for consuming every living thing in their path. Eventually surrounded by the frightening and ferocious foe, Ibn must conquer his personal fears and help battle the illusive invaders--who emerge out of the shroud of fog in the black of the night.
Lawrence of Arabia -- Clip: Attack on train
10,000 BC -- Interview: Steven Strait 'On the story'
10,000 BC -- Clip: Pyramid battle
A sweeping epic about Hadassah, the young Jewish orphan who becomes the biblical Esther, Queen of Persia.
From the director of Independence Day and The Day After Tomorrow, the pre-historic epic 10,000 B.C. unveils a new day of adventure, a time when mammoths shake the earth and mystical spirits shape human fates. 10,000 BC is an eye-filling tale of the first hero, young hunter D'Leh who sets out on a bold trek to rescue his kidnapped beloved and fulfill his prophetic destiny. He faces an awesome saber-toothed tiger, crosses uncharted realms, forms an army, and uncovers an advanced but corrupt Lost Civilization. There, he leads a fight for liberation and becomes the champion of the time when legend began.
Young hunter D'Leh sets out on a bold trek through uncharted realms to rescue his kidnapped beloved and fulfill his prophetic destiny of forming an army to battle the advance and corrupt Lost Civilization.
Based on the true story of the greatest long-distance horse race ever run, "Hidalgo" is an epic action-adventure and one man's journey of personal redemption. Held yearly for centuries, The Ocean of Fire -- a 3,000 mile survival race across the Arabian desert -- was a challenge restricted to the finest Arabian horses ever bred, the purest and noblest lines, owned by the greatest royal families. In 1890, a wealthy sheik invited an American and his horse to enter the race for the first time. Frank T. Hopkins (Viggo Mortensen) was a cowboy and dispatch rider for the us cavalry who had once been billed as the greatest rider the west had ever known. The sheik (Omar Sharif) would put this claim to the test, pitting the American cowboy and his mustang, Hidalgo, against the world's greatest Arabian horses and Bedouin riders- some of whom were determined to prevent the foreigner from finishing the race. For Frank, the ocean of fire becomes not only a matter of pride and honor, but a race for his very survival as he and his horse, Hidalgo, attempt the impossible.
A man enters a long-distance race across the Arabian Desert.
Epic action-adventure of one man's journey of personal redemption based on the true story of the greatest long-distance horse race ever run over the ocean of fire, a 3,000 mile stretch across the Arabian Desert.
An attractive widow who works for the British Foreign Office and who, while in the Caribbean, falls in love with Feodor Sverlov, a Russian military agent. Neither knows that their innocent affair has stirred up accusations in Farrow's headquarters in London, and at the Russian Embassy in Paris where Feodor is stationed. The heads of both intelligence operations are convinced their meeting was pre-arranged. As the relationship deepens, the two visit the island's museum, where Judith learns the romantic island tradition of pledging love with a Tamarind Seed. But when their vacation ends, they must each return to their homes and their jobs, and defend their innocent relationship. In the attempt to clear their names, they stumble across some dangerous information. A Russian agent, who works under the code name Blue, has infiltrated the top level of British politics and is involved in a case of counter-espionage. Feodor is ordered to return to Russia. But when Judith learns he is to be executed, she warns him. They decide to run off together to a corner of the world where no one can find them. Feodor is to meet Judith in Barbados, but something goes terribly wrong and a bomb demolishes the bungalow where he is staying.
Ash returns to Mardan, where the Corps of Guides has been fighting across the border. British envoy Cavagnari signs a treaty with Afghanistan's emir and establishes an embassy in Kabul. Wally leads a force to secure the legation, while Ash accepts an assignment to spy among the natives.
A time of danger approaches for all of the Kingdom. Danger from a child. A child who will become a Prince of Egypt. With the soothsayer's dire prophecy, the Pharoah orders the slaughter of all newborn males. But one child, born of slaves will overcome.
Escaping death, a Hebrew infant is raised in a royal household to become a prince. Upon discovery of his true heritage, Moses embarks on a personal quest to reclaim his destiny as the leader and liberator of the Hebrew people.
It's animated adventure on a gigantic scale in this whimsical laughter-filled tale of some very tiny people who learn some very big lessons about life, accepting differences, love and spaghetti! Produced by Golden Films/Directed by Diane Eskenazi.
After making a last stand at the embassy, Ash journeys home. There, he learns that Anjuli's husband is near death; she and her sister, Shushila, will have to commit suttee, immolating themselves on his funeral pyre. Ash concocts a desperate plan to save his lover.
The procession arrives at Bhithor, where negotiations with the rana do not go well. Forced to camp in a militarily indefensible position, the convoy seems to be at the prince's mercy, but Ash has a few tricks up his sleeve. He also urges Anjuli not to marry the rana.
Prince Jhoti arrives to accompany the procession and brings with him Biju Ram, Ash's old enemy. When an attempt is made on Jhoti's life, Ash tries to discover the saboteur in their midst. Meanwhile, his feelings for Anjuli deepen, even though she is en route to wed another man.
After a tumultuous childhood in India and schooling in England, Ashton Pelham-Martyn takes a post with the British Corps of Guides on India's northwest frontier. There he struggles to reconcile his Indian upbringing with his place in Anglo society, and he courts the beautiful Belinda Harlowe.
After returning from Afghanistan, Ash is transferred to a desk job with an army regiment. He finds a good friend in Wally but clashes with the other officers. As punishment for a brawl, Ash must escort a caravan of princesses to be married--including Anjuli, his childhood playmate.
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