Elia Kazan's own words begin the saga of young Stavros (Stathis Giallelis), who leaves his war-torn homeland behind to begin a new life. With his family's meager fortune and his father's blessing, Stavros encounters both allies and adversaries on a dramatic trek. He ultimately achieves his dream through sheer determination and will, thereby earning his nickname: America America. Saluting the masses who sailed toward Miss Liberty's shining torch, Kazan (A Streetcar Named Desire) uses little-known talents here rather than stars. The results impress: Academy Award nominations (1963) for Best Picture, Director and Screenplay, an Oscar for Gene Callahan's vivid Art Direction, Golden Globes to Kazan (Best Director) and Giallelis (Most Promising Newcomer) and nomination to the National Film Registry for permanent preservation. Both epic and intimate, it's powerful moviemaking.
Three young women pursue acting and end up being destroyed by the very lifestyle they desired. Meanwhile, each of the ill-fated women end up using drugs called 'dolls' to survive their harrowing ordeal.
Philip Kaufman's true account of the partnership of outlaws Cole Younger and Jesse James at the end of their lives of crime.
Lured by their dreams of fame and fortune, three ambitious young women enter the world of show business and discover how easy it is to sink into a celebrity nightmare of ego, alcohol and 'pills' - the beloved "dolls." A prim New Englander (Barbara Parkins) unexpectedly skyrockets from her job as secretary in a talent agency to a glamorous TV model. A determined singer (Patty Duke) finds that Hollywood success can also spell self-destruction. And a beautiful sex symbol (Sharon Tate) is torn between the money commands and the shame of feeling exploited. Based on Jacqueline Susann's phenomenal best-seller about the underside of Hollywood, this fascinating melodrama was once seen as a shocking behind-the-scenes look at how show business creates instant stars, destroys romances and changes personalities forever.
I don't even touch my wife's face.
I will always be the big brother.
Preview Beverly catching Erica hanging out with the cool mom.
Beverly Goldberg pretends to be the new girl in school in order to help Barry.
Millionaire Jewish entrepreneur Arthur Goldman (Maximilian Schell) benvolently rules his financial empire from a penthouse apartment overlooking Manhattan.
Based on Jacqueline Susann's best-selling novel of the same name, VALLEY OF THE DOLLS details the perils of the struggle for -- and attainment of -- fame by following the paths of three female acquaintances in New York City.
Jacqueline Susann's best-selling novel comes to life as three women pursue the Hollywood dream of fame and fortune, only to find themselves caught in a web of alcohol and drugs.
Western involving a Butterfield stage robbery and Apache Indian attack in post-Civil War Arizona territory.
Academy Award and Golden Globe-winning writer and director Elia Kazan ("On the Waterfront," "A Streetcar Named Desire") tells the true story of the early life of his uncle, Greek-immigrant Stavros Topouzoglow, whose optimistic dreams of a turn-of-the-century America quickly collide with cold, hard reality. Despite the casual cruelties, betrayals, and career setbacks he experiences in his new homeland, he forms strong and lasting friendships that help him weather the worst. Nominated for Academy Awards for Best Picture; Best Director; and Best Writing, Story and Screenplay, this feature won an Academy Award for the painstakingly accurate art direction of Gene Callahan.
The men from U.N.C.L.E. battle murderous artists for control of a gas that causes people to hiccup to death.
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Solo, Illya and a dewy-eyed college coed unmask the leader of a religious cult who preaches by day and plots by night to take over the world with his earth-circling rocket.
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The voodoo curse of Papa Benjamin wreaks havoc on a composer (John Ireland) who uses a mystical melody in his latest performance.
Paladin must contend with other gunfighters as he tries to settle a right-of-way dispute between two railroads in a Colorado town that will die if they go elsewhere.
Mr. Jones and Mr. Bellefontaine wait for a train at a train station. Both of them have heard that a dangerous lunatic has escaped from a local asylum and each suspects the other of being the lunatic in disguise.
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A thief schemes to con a banker.
Albert Birch's childhood sweetheart Edwina Freel gets in touch with him and, surprisingly, agrees to marry him. She arrives with her sickly baby named Toby. She tells Albert that the baby is her dead sister's. Edwina turns out be rather reclusive. She does not permit Albert come anywhere near Toby. Later, two men arrive and take Edwina back to the asylum from which she escaped. As she is being taken away she pleads to Albert to take care of Toby. He goes to Toby's room and is shocked by what he finds.
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Molly wonders why her extended family has not RSVP'd to wedding
Old friends of the Goldbergs are engaged in a quarrel that threatens to disrupt Molly and Jake's relationship
Molly is convinced that Rosie should take voice lessons
Mr. Pincus' three stepsons want a bigger part in the business affairs at Pincus Pines
Molly gets an offer from a supermarket chain to distribute her locally famous gefilte fish
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