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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.
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.
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Fearing ambush, bounty hunter Anderson asks Matt to help bring in a
captured dangerous outlaw.
Doc Adams organizes the townspeople to keep a drunk man away from alcohol.
Dr. Avatar hires Paladin to guide him to Jake Trueblood, a notorious
western badman who has killed many men. Avatar wants to measure
Trueblood's head to confirm his research on cranial measurements.
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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Arthur Arlington is dead and in heaven. This fact is told to him by Archangel Wilfred. In fact, Wilfred tells him that he was murdered. Arthur is unhappy - in life he was a murder mystery writer and he wants to know who committed the crime. Wilfred tells him that there is no way of knowing since they only know the facts about a person's life and no one else's part in it. They will have to wait until the murderer dies to find out. This isn't good enough for Arthur, who demands that he must know now to protect his reputation. Wilfred says that they can grant him one day back on Earth to recreate the murder scene. He was killed by an ivory-handled letter opener inserted into his back. Can Arthur solve the case of his own murder?
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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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