Box office hit about a sleazy New York City actor who learns a lesson when he resorts to posing as a woman to get hired for a soap opera. Also features screen debut of Geena Davis!
Hilarious story of a struggling actor whose female impersonation skills earn him more success than he ever dreamed! Best Supporting Actress Oscar for Jessica Lange, with Bill Murray.
Big moment as Vincent Price finally gets his hands on the beast, Philip Coolidge observing, in William Castle's The Tingler, 1959, available in the new William Castle Film Collection on DVD, October 20th.
Producer-director William Castle digs into his shameless groove introducing The Tingler, 1959, starring Vincent Price, in which tiny vibrators were planted in the seats of lucky patrons.
The big scene in which producer-director William Castle's secret seat-buzzers went off, as Vincent Price (as 'Chapin') rescues movie-goers and a placid projectionist (Dal McKennon) in The Tingler, 1959.
Tootsie -- Dustin Hoffman shines as a struggling actor who becomes a TV star and finds true love - by dressing as a woman!
The Tingler -- An obsessed scientist (Vincent Price) discovers where fear grows on the human body and how to destroy it.
The Tingler -- Watch the trailer for the horror film The Tingler, starring Vincent Price.
After the extended opening in which Michael (Dustin Hoffman) has no luck getting any parts, we join the actor and his playwright roommate Jeff (Bill Murray) working at the restaurant, heading home, meeting Sandy (Teri Garr) among others, in Sydney Pollack's Tootsie, 1982.
Michael (Dustin Hoffman), standing up erstwhile girlfriend Sandy (Teri Garr), and known to his fellow soap opera cast members only as 'Dorothy,' arrives to run lines and share dinner with new friend Julie (Jessica Lange) who, it turns out, has a child, in Tootsie, 1982.
Angry that he wasn't sent to audition for the Eugene O'Neill play, Michael (Dustin Hoffman) rushes to see his agent George (director Sydney Pollack), with whom he tangles about his career, a famous scene from Tootsie, 1982.
The brother of an executed man plots mass revenge on the people he blames.
Michael Dorsey is a talented actor, but his demanding nature and stubborn temperament have antagonized every producer in New York. Now his agent insists no one will hire him. But Michael needs money - eight thousand dollars to be exact - and to earn it, he's willing to play the role of a lifetime. Dustin Hoffman stars with Jessica Lange, Teri Garr, Dabney Coleman, Charles Durning, Bill Murray and Geena Davis in director Sydney Pollack's heart-filled classic that heralded a new era of Hollywood wig-flipping and set a new standard for unpredictable laugh-out-loud comedy.
Dustin Hoffman shines as a struggling actor who becomes a TV star and finds true love - by dressing as a woman!
An out-of-work actor disguises himself as a woman in a desperate attempt to get a role. After transforming himself into Dorothy Michaels, he lands the part as a mature woman in a New York soap opera.
The execution of a convicted killer drives his brother Chet (Darrel Howe) to embark on a murderous campaign against those who helped send his brother to the gas chamber. After almost beating to death the son of the district attorney and setting fire to the judge's house, Chet learns that his sister's boyfriend was the primary witness whose testimony led to the death penalty conviction. Chet also blames the boy friend for the accidental death of one of his friends, and sets into motion his final murderous act of revenge.
Vincent Price stars as an obsessed doctor who discovers that fear manifests itself as a parasitic creature which grows on the spinal cords of terrified people. If they scream, the Tingler can be destroyed. If they don't, it will sever the spinal column and kill them. He successfully isolates and removes the Tingler from a deaf mute (Judith Evelyn) who has been scared to death by her devious husband. Once captured, the Tingler escapes and runs amok in a crowded movie theater. Terror is loose, but can it be stopped? The Tingler is legendary horror director William Castle's magnum opus. After the success of The House on Haunted Hill, Castle devised a new gimmick called "Percepto" for the Tingler. Participating theaters would wire seats so that random moviegoers would get a tangible electric shock during climactic moments in the film. Another novelty used to maximum effect is the short color sequence depicting blood pouring from a faucet and filling a bathtub. Castle went on to direct more cult classics like Homicidal and 13 Ghosts and gained some mainstream credibility by producing Rosemary's Baby.
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