Set in the Philippines in 1945 towards the end of WWII, under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Henry Mucci (Benjamin Bratt) and Captain Robert Prince (James Franco), the 6th Ranger Battalion undertake a daring rescue mission against all odds. Traveling thirty miles behind enemy lines, they intend to liberate over 500 American Soldiers from the notorious Cabanatuan Japanese POW camp in the most audacious rescue ever. Based on a true story.
Puerto Rican Elena (Greta Margos) is introduced to her new job by her creepy boss (Joseph Licato) in a cruel sequence from filmmaker Rick Carrier's Strangers in the City, 1962.
Director Francis Ford Coppola follows slightly distraught Bernard (Peter Kastner) into early sleaze-era Times Square, where he's spotted by friendly fellow library employee Amy (Karen Black, in her first movie), in You're A Big Boy Now, 1966.
Mayor John Lindsay intervened to get Francis Ford Coppola and crew approved to shoot in the main New York Public library, into which Elizabeth Hartman struts, drawing the attention of stack boy Peter Kastner, Tony Bill his buddy, opening You're A Big Boy Now, 1966.
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Murdered on Bourbon Street in 1942 New Orleans, a gangster returns from the dead 34 years later... possessing the body of a young, black law student in his quest for revenge.
The story begins in New Orleans in 1942, with black crime kingpin J.D. Walker (David McKnight) shot dead on Bourbon Street. Cut to the present when clean-cut college student Ike (Glynn E. Turman) falls under the malevolent influence of the ghostly gangster. As he begins to exhibit J.D.'s boisterous, violent traits, Ike seeks out a local minister (Louis Gossett, Jr.) to exact his revenge.
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