Allied forces set out to blow up German fuel supplies in the Sahara desert. Arthur Hiller, never a director to push the dramatic envelope, serves up bland rations.
Fighter Squadron movie trailer - starring Robert Stack, Edmond O'Brien, Henry Hull, Tom D'Andrea, John Rodney. Genre: Action-Adventure
Rating: Not Rated
In the post-Civil War Rio Grande, Union and Confederate officers join forces against a band of Mexican revolutionaries.
When a smuggler (Rock Hudson) takes to the high seas in the historical era of Napoleon's threatened invasion of England, he meets a beautiful mystery woman (Yvonne De Carlo) and is induced to sail her to the French coast, unaware that she is actually a spy...but for which side?
The Mirror Crack'd movie trailer - starring Elizabeth Taylor, Angela Lansbury, Geraldine Chaplin, Kim Novak, Edward Fox. Directed by Guy Hamilton. Genre: Mystery-Suspense
The attempted Russian takeover of the Alaskan pipeline leads to impending nuclear war. Original director Boris Sagal died during filming.
The Ambassador, a darkly comic, genre-bending documentary that exposes the corrupt business of selling diplomatic titles to exploit the lucrative and limited resources of war torn, third world nations.
An American ambassador in the Middle East finds his life threatened by terrorists as he attempts to find a peaceful solution to the turmoil there. Hudson's final performance!
British spy Jones (Patrick McGoohan), Russian defector Vaslov (Ernest Borgnine) and Commander Ferraday (Rock Hudson) discuss a submarine sabotage attempt in Ice Station Zebra, 1968, from the Alistair MacLean novel.
A womanizing tycoon (Rock Hudson) ends up chaperoning a group of American girls who've rented his Italian villa in Come September (1961) with Sandra Dee and Bobby Darin.
The Ambassador is a genre-breaking, tragic comedy about the bizarre and hidden world of African diplomacy, where diamond hustlers and corrupt politicians run free.
This darkly comic, genre-bending piece of gonzo journalism from international provocateur Mads Brügger (filmmaker of Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner Red Chapel) rips the corroded lid off the global scheme of political corruption and exploitation happening in one of the most dangerous places on the planet: the Central African Republic. Armed with a phalanx of hidden cameras, black-market diplomatic credentials and a bleeding-edge wit, Brügger transforms himself into an outlandish caricature of a European-African consul. As he immerses himself in the life-threatening underworld of nefarious bureaucrats, Brügger encounters blood diamond smuggling, bribery, and even murder -- while somehow managing to crack amazing razor-sharp barbs at every step along the way. From each absurdly terrifying/hilarious situation to the next, The Ambassador is a one-of-a-kind excursion from the man whom The Huffington Post has called "the most provocative filmmaker in the world."
THE AMBASSADOR, a darkly comic, genre-bending documentary that exposes the controversial business of selling diplomatic titles that gives wealthy businessmen the opportunity to exploit the lucrative and limited resources of war torn, third world nations. Filmmaker/journalist/provocateur Mads Brügger (Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner for Red Chapel) uses humor in his jaw-dropping descent into one of the most dangerous places on the planet: the Central African Republic. From each absurdly terrifying and hilarious situation to the next, THE AMBASSADOR is a one-of-a-kind excursion from the man whom The Huffington Post has called “the most provocative filmmaker in the world.”
THE AMBASSADOR, a darkly comic, genre-bending documentary that exposes the controversial business of selling diplomatic titles that gives wealthy businessmen the opportunity to exploit the lucrative and limited resources of war torn, third world nations.
It's murder, movies and mayhem when two people are killed on a film set in England. Soon the grandmotherly amateur sleuth Miss Marple is called into action. With her nephew from Scotland Yard tagging along, Miss Marple assesses the suspects. The possibilities include Jason Rudd, the film's director; producer Marty Fenn; his actress/wife Lola Brewster; and Jason's wife Marina Rudd, who is Lola's antagonistic rival. Adding even more intrigue to the proceedings is the fact that Marina is recovering from a nervous breakdown -- and the incident that caused it just may be connected to the murders...
Agatha Christie's Miss Marple (Angela Lansbury) investigates a murder on the set of a movie filming in her previously quiet little village, and finds a castful of bickering suspects. The marvelous supporting cast includes Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, Kim Novak and Tony Curtis.
It's murder, movies and mayhem when two people are killed on a film set in England. Soon the grandmotherly amateur sleuth Miss Marple is called into action. With her nephew from Scotland Yard tagging along, Miss Marple assesses the suspects. The possibilities include Jason Rudd, the film's director; producer Marty Fenn; his actress/wife Lola Brewster; and Jason's wife Marina Rudd, who is Lola's antagonistic rival. Adding even more intrigue to the proceedings is the fact that Marina is recovering from a nervous breakdown-and the incident that caused it just may be connected to the murders...
Following the explosion in Natumbe, Blake is accused of dealing in illegal arms. Alexis uncovers proof that Sean paid Jesse to return to Denver so he could persuade Karen to keep Adam's baby. The pressure of the custody suit pulls Dana and Adam farther apart. Jeff is forced to tell Leslie that he has no romantic interest in her after she throws herself at him. Jeff returns as Blake's campaign manager.
Rock Hudson dies in 1985 with AIDS. His death sparks a bitter lawsuit by Marc Christian who claims Hudson knowingly exposed him to HIV. The trial leads to a landmark decision about a partner's duty to disclose a potentially deadly diagnosis.
Krystle's dizzy spells force her to see a doctor; Jackie remembers seeing the La Mirage blaze start; Blake receives a letter from Caress, pleading for his help; a raging storm strands Alexis and Dex alone in his trailer.
Alexis' life is spared as Krystle is able to restrain Blake's lethal temper; as La Mirage burns, Amanda is rescued by a mysterious stranger; Alexis turns the La Mirage fire into a scheme to bring Blake to his knees.
Alexis threatens to sue Blake for half of the plundered Nazzi treasure unless Sable withdraws her lawsuits against Colbyco. Sable agrees; Krystina leads Fallon to the treasure. They are followed by Dennis Grimes; Blake and Handler face each other in a shoot out; Dex and Adam square off on each other. Dex is hurled into Alexis and Sable, sending all three over a rail, crashing down on the landing below.
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Charles Matthews tells Blake a grim secret; Zorelli finds a bug hidden in his apartment; Alexis tells Monica that Jason Colby isn't her father; Alexis learns she has a Fredrick Stahl original and realizes Blake's deep, dark secret; Sable tells Dex she is pregnant and that he is the father; Sable confides in Blake that Monica was born as a result of a rape; Fallon's mental block clears. She remembers shooting Grimes to stop him from beating Alexis.
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Jeff and Dex meet with Roger Grimes' wife and learn that he has a son. Sable is pregnant and is unable to tell Dex that he's the father. Blake pleads with Phoenix to help him solve the mystery that lays beneath his mansion, but is severely rebuked. Fallon moves into a cottage on Blake's property, and is haunted by the image of Roger Grimes, unaware that her aberration is Roger Grimes' son.
Blake is a suspect in Elsworth Chisolm's apparent murder. Charles Matthews warns Blake that Zorelli has been asking him questions about Blake's father. After Fallon learns that Zorelli used her to find out information about Matthews, her love for Zorelli turns to contempt and distrust; Phoenix Chisolm tells Adam about the secret tunnels beneath the Denver-Carrington mansion; finding a diagram showing tunnels beneath the mansion, Blak, Dex and Jeff search the basement.
Sable unleashes her lawsuit against Alexis; Dex dives into the hidden vault beneath the lake and finds it empty; Zorelli tracks down the uncle of Dominique Devereaux, learning that he knows something about Grimes' murder; Alexis leaves for Switzerland to protect her assets; after Adam sees Blake leaving Elsworth Chisolm's house, he finds Chisolm murdered.
Alexis is emotionally crushed by Dex's affair with Sable; Blake tells Dex and Sable beneath the lake is a Nazi treasure and his father killed Grimes to prevent him form exploiting it; Adam tries to win back Blake's trust so he can spy for Alexis; Sammy Jo learns McBride is a priest; Fallon tell Zorelli she remembers her grandfather taking her into a mine.
Alexis gets her revenge on Sable when she tells her tankers have sunk; Alexis is devastated when she discovers Dex slept with Sable; as Sammy Jo becomes increasingly fond of Tanner McBride, she is unaware that he is married; Blake is crushed when he finds the picture Zorelli left for Fallon; a witness steps forward and tells Alexis he saw Blake kill Roger Grimes.
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Blake resumes control of Denver-Carrington and fires Adam; Joanna accepts Adam's offer to work for him and Alexis; Zorelli confesses his love to Fallon, but she remains confused by her feelings toward him; Sable persuades her daughter, Monica, to come to Denver to help her destroy Alexis; Blake's determination to stop Alexis once and for all peaks when he sees an ad in ALexis' paper offering a reward offering a reward for any information on Roger Grimes.
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