Cary Grant teams with director Alfred Hitchcock for the fourth and final time in this superlative espionage caper. Grant plays a Manhattan advertising executive plunged into a realm of spy (James Mason) and counterspy (Eva Marie Saint) and variously abducted, framed for murder, chased and in another signature set piece, crop-dusted. He also holds on for dear life from the facial features of the Presidents on Mount Rushmore (backlot sets were used). But don't expect the Master of Suspense to leave star or audience hanging!
Decent account of the life and death of Christ. Von Sydow's portrayal of Jesus is inspiring!
Cary Grant teams with director Alfred Hitchcock for the fourth and final time in this superlative espionage caper judged one of the American Film Institute's Top-100 American Films and spruced up with a new digital transfer and remixed Dolby Digital Stereo. Grant plays a Manhattan advertising executive plunged into a realm of spy (James Mason) and counterspy (Eva Marie Saint) and variously abducted, framed for murder, chased and in another signature set piece, crop-dusted. He also holds on for dear life from the facial features of the Presidents on Mount Rushmore (backlot sets were used). But don't expect the Master of Suspense to leave star or audience hanging.
Murder and violence, sex and desire, paranoia and madness. The heady brew of passion and emotion that makes up Shakespeare's great tragedy is given a lavish new production by cinematic Bard-O-Phile Branagh.
This guy has a very reasonable explanation on how he ended up here.
Preliminaries in the rural Tennessee trial over the teaching of evolution in public school, heavyweight lawyers Brady (Fredric March) and Drummond (Spencer Tracy) with a jury candidate (Gordon Polk), Harry Morgan presiding, Dick York the accused, in Stanley Kramer's Inherit The Wind, 1960.
Drummond (Spencer Tracy), based on lawyer Clarence Darrow, with Gene Kelly his newsman sidekick, arrives at the rural hotel where he meets both Mrs. (Florence Eldridge) and his opponent Mr. Brady (Fredric March) who are, it turns out, old friends, before the evolution trial, in Inherit The Wind, 196... more
A TCM original on our October, 2012 Star Of The Month, Spencer Tracy, and his performance in Inherit The Wind, 1960, airing Monday the 29th at 8pm ET.
North by Northwest -- Alfred Hitchcock gives a tour of the film in this trailer for the Special Edition DVD and Blu-Ray release.
North by Northwest -- Trailer two for this Hitchcock classic
Welcome to the world of Jack Albany -- New Yorker, struggling actor -- and art thief? He isn't really, but when a mobster kingpin with his eye on a priceless painting mistakes Albany for a famous West Coast gangster, Jack's earnest attempts to set the record straight only escalate his involvement in a daring museum robbery.
When a struggling actor is mistaken for a gangster, his earnest attempts to set the record straight only escalate his involvement in a daring museum robbery.
When a sightseeing Soviet commander runs his submarine aground off the New England coast, the crew's attempts to find a boat to dislodge them almost start WWIII! Alan Arkin leads an all-star cast including Carl Reiner, Eva Marie Saint, Brian Keith and Jonathan Winters in this riotous comedy! Russian Lt. Rozanov (Arkin) and his crew hit the beaches of Massachusetts unaware of the panic they're about to start. Despite the Russians' harmless intentions, the folks in town think a full-scale Soviet invasion has been launched! What's worse, their police chief (Keith) has left his hysterical assistant (Winters) in charge and the one man who knows the truth (Reiner) is only stirring up more chaos!
A Cold War spoof about a Russian submarine that runs aground just off a Nantucket-like isle, whose residents distrust mainlanders?let alone commies! When the commander and some of his crew venture ashore for help, the town fights back against the Russian "invasion" with all its might. Fortunately, World War 3 is averted when the Russians and the villagers band together to rescue young Johnny Whittaker from falling to his doom. From the novel "The off-Islanders" by Nathaniel Benchley.
An adaptation of Fulton Oursler's best-selling book the "Greatest Story" follows the life of Jesus Christ, played by Max Von Sydow. The large supporting cast includes Dorothy McGuire as Mary, Claude Rains as Herod the Great, Jose Ferrer as Herod Antipas, Charlton Heston as John the Baptist, Donald Pleasence as Satan, David McCallum as Judas Iscariot, Sidney Poitier as Simon of Cyrene, Telly Savalas as Pontius Pilate and Martin Landau as Caiaphas. Even Robert Blake as Simon the Zealot, Jamie Farr as Thaddaeus, and motorcyle-flick veteran Richard Bakalyan as Dismas, the repentant thief, are well-suited to their roles.
Director George Stevens disavowed gimmicks and, in his epic retelling of the Four Gospels of the New Testament, set this dramatization in a panoramic framework of splendidly evocative backgrounds, including the astonishing buttes of Utah. Jesus is portrayed by Max von Sydow in a difficult and highly praised performance. A huge all-star cast (including Charlton Heston as John the Baptist) animate the vast landscape of the film. Based on The Bible, Fulton Oursler's "The Greatest Story Ever Told" and radio scripts by Henry Denker. Carl Sandburg was a creative associate.
While Howard Norton shows the Stephens a black Peruvian rose, Samantha tells Darrin she feels ill and has lost her witchcraft.
A man (Dick York) seeks revenge on a bank clerk (Philip Coolidge) who once stole some money from him.
Aaron Murdock hires Paladin to find his son, Lew, who has escaped from prison and prevent his younger son, Jamie, from riding out with Lew.
Detective Joe Rogers investigates Marguerite, whose first two husbands died under suspicious circumstances. She now wants a third marriage.
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An angel allows a writer to relive his last day so he can find out who killed him, but the list of potential killers grows longer with each hour.
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Two brothers, Paul (Hurd Hatfield) and Henri (Philip Coolidge) are delighted after their uncle wills them a small amount of money, with the promise of even more money after their aunt Rosalie (Mildred Natwicke) passes. Henri, however, needs the money now, and he asks his aunt if he may take out a loan against his inheritance. Distrustful, Rosalie denies him the loan and then reveals that she intends to leave the fortune not to her nephews, but to a convent when she dies. Desperate and spurned, Henri and Paul devise a fiendish plot to kill their aunt that somehow goes awry.
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