Dr Jekyll And Sister Hyde movie trailer - starring Martine Beswick. Directed by Roy Ward Baker. Genre: Horror
A space crew discovers a planet identical to Earth hidden behind the sun. Also known as "Doppelganger".
During the filming of the company's first full-length feature, Arnie bullies everybody in sight, Maud eyes Letty susoicously, jealousy and ambition tear apart the Brewers, Max's ego swells ever larger, and Gwendoline develops amorous designs on her much younger leading man. All of these simmering problems bubble over at a climatic party that starts with champagne and ends in chaos.
Conflicts arise in the Brewer family when elder daughter Clara sets her sights on stardom and little Dotty begins to grow out of her childhood roles. For their most ambitious production yet, Arnie and Maud recruit Gwendoline Harper- an aging diva whose overbearing personality threatens the troupe's already shaky stability. Then Arnie's former paramour, Letty, returns for a nysterious role that makes Maud very, very apprehensive.
An American agent is assigned to find a lethal gang of neo-Nazis in Berlin. Superior screenplay by Harold Pinter!
Hawkeye (Daniel Day-Lewis), with his adopted father and brother (Russell Means, Eric Schweig), visits the Camerons (Terry Kinney, Tracey Ellis) then observes some politicking, in Michael Mann's The Last Of The Mohicans, 1992.
Experienced circus boss Monica (Joan Crawford) throwing cold water on her hot date with youthful acrobat Frank (Ty Hardin), who's then followed by her suspicious partner Dorando (Michael Gough), who finds trouble, in Berserk!, 1967.
An international spy infiltrates a Neo-Nazi gang in The Quiller Memorandum (1966) starring George Segal and Alec Guinness.
Just rescued by Hawkeye (Daniel Day-Lewis) and his cohort, Britisher Heyward (Steven Waddington) wrongly presumes his guide is a subject of the empire, in Michael Mann's Last Of The Mohicans, 1992.
When Joan Crawford cracks the whip, a circus makes murder the main attraction in Berserk (1967).
First appearance of Cora (Madeleine Stowe) who is immediately courted by officer Duncan Heyward (Steven Waddington), in Michael Mann's French And Indian War drama The Last Of The Mohicans, 1992.
During World War II, three Czech freedom fighters are parachuted back into their homeland by the British RAF with a dangerous assignment: assassinate the dreaded "Hangman" -- Reynard Heinrich. Compelling war time drama based on a true story. Starring Golden Globe-nominee Timothy Bottoms ("The Paper Chase," "The Last Picture Show"). Directed by Oscar and Golden Globe-nominee Lewis Gilbert ("Alfie").
"During World War II, three Czech freedom fighters are parachuted back into their homeland by the British RAF to assassinate the dreaded "Hangman" -- Reinhard Heydrich."
The mission: Assassinate SS Obergruppenfuehrer Reinhard Heydrich, the diabolical murderer William L. Shirer called "the genius of the Final Solution." Directed by Lewis Gilbert, written by Ronald Harwood and filmed where the real events occurred, this taut thriller stars Timothy Bottoms, Anthony Andrews and Nicola Pagett as brave Czechs who defy their German invaders.
An American commander, serving under the British Royal Army in 1942, is assigned to blockade the island of Malta and told to formulate a plan to destroy the Nazi arsenal in Sicily.
Dressed in leotards, red jacket and top hat, Joan Crawford is her imperious best as the owner and ringmaster of a circus--an iceberg of a character who takes in her stride a series of mysterious and grisly murders.
Plagued with nightmares about the death of his wife--killed 12 years earlier by a drunk driver--Bain takes a leave of absence to seek revenge against the man who ruined his life.
Bain goes undercover at a seedy seaside resort to investigate a young woman's murder. Then Hannah shows up for her own holiday, much to her father's chagrin.
When the charred remains of a body are found inside a burned-out car, Bain travels to a town where vigilante justice prevails. Despite the locals' disrespect, he attempts to unravel an unsettling chain of events that led to murder.
What looks like a suicide pact between brothers gets complicated when another body is found. Bain uncovers a family saga of blackmail, abuse, and revenge and also copes with disturbing news from his daughter, Hannah.
A gang war is brewing, but Bain is preoccupied with troubles at home: his teenage daughter, Hannah, has moved out, resentful of his job as a policeman. When Bain retreats to a remote cabin for some privacy, he is taken hostage by an escaped prisoner bent on revenge.
When a teenager turns up dead in a Celtic burial ground, the top suspects are her scorned boyfriend and the local psychic who discovered her. Inconsolable with grief, the victim's family decides to take justice into their own hands.
When the charred body of a young man is found in a peaceful farming community, Bain's investigation leads to a series of shocking doscoveries: drugs, rent boys, and a town elder who's not as respectable as he seems.
Called in to investigate a five-year-old corpse found beneath a parking lot, Bain suspects a local crime dynasty and their ruthless matriarch. While tracking down leads, he confronts his own attitudes towards wealth and power.
Bain is flattered by the romantic attentions of Rachel Hardcastle, a successful concert pianist and sophisticated, attractive woman. Then her husband turns up dead, and Bain becomes the prime suspect in his murder.
A wooded sanctuary in a small rural village has become a battleground between big business and local environmentalists. Investigating a string of violent killings, Bain is caught between two militant and potentially dangerous groups.
A gruesome killing in the woods links a secretive religious cult to a troubled urban neighborhood and a heroin dealer to a prominent married judge and his lover. Bain must untangle a web of clues to learn the truth behind the murder and expose a fraud.
During a strike at the local coal mine, Bain investigates the murder of a 17-year old prostitute. He suspects that the powerful, intimidating strike leader Roderick Tate is involved, but the evidence points to another man.
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