Academy Award winner James Cagney gives an unforgettable performance as Lon Chaney in this fascinating true story that follows the life of one of the most iconic and mysterious stars in Hollywood history!
Known as the "Man of a Thousand Faces", silent film star Lon Chaney captured the imagination of the world through his incredibly expressive and transformative roles, such as Quasimodo in The Hunchback of Notre Dame and the Phantom from the original Phantom of the Opera. Behind the scenes, however, this long-suffering talented genius' life was filled with trials and tribulations that helped shape some of his most groundbreaking roles.
The Academy Award nominated Man of a Thousand Faces captures the dramatic private life of a humble vaudeville clown who rose to become one of the biggest stars the world has ever seen!
Offbeat musical about a small-time union boss who will stop at nothing to win the upcoming election.
Cc & Company movie trailer - starring Joe Namath, Ann-Margret, William Smith. Directed by Roger Smith. Genre: Action-Adventure
Three friends visit an inner city funeral parlor to pick up a drug stash. Inside, they meet a strange mortician who gets his kicks in a very different way. As if the hood wasn't already scary enough.
Robert Young is back as America's favorite father to the beloved Anderson family, serving up healthy and wholesome doses of advice for his growing kids.
Every evening mid-century, Midwestern insurance salesman Jim Anderson came home, put on his favorite sweater and prepared for an evening with his family--a situation where anything could happen. Robert Young returns to the head of the dinner table to play the patriarch of America's most beloved family in Season 2 of Father Knows Best.
Take a trip back to 1950s suburbia with the Andersons! Robert Young is Jim Anderson, patriarch extraordinaire to his loving--though at times misguided--family. With Bud taking up mind-reading, Kathy rebelling at camp, and Margaret and Betty enrolled in the same class, this father has his hands full!
Father Knows Best premiered on CBS in October 1954 and has been part of the American cultural fabric ever since. The program's depiction of a "typical" mid-century, middle-class, Midwestern American family is fondly remembered by many of us who grew up watching the show and rather enviously thinking: "Oh. So this is what happens in all the other houses."
STALINGRAD is an epic look at the battle that turned the tide of World War II. A band of determined Russian soldiers fight to hold a strategic building in their devastated city against a ruthless German army, and in the process become deeply connected to two Russian women who have been living there. Presented in IMAX 3D, the scale of the battle contrasts dramatically with the human drama of the Russian soldiers, the few remaining civilians and their invaders into Stalingrad.
Trailer for Auntie Mame.
Mame is an unconventional individualist socialite from the roaring 20's. When her brother dies, she is forced to raise her nephew Patrick. However, Patrick's father has designated an executor to his will to protect the boy from absorbing too much of Mame's rather unconventional perspective. Patrick and Mame become devoted to each other in spite of this restriction, and together journey through Patrick's childhood and the great depression, amidst some rather zaney adventures.
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Auntie Mame -- The legendary Rosalind Russell ('Gypsy,' 'His Girl Friday') recreates on screen her Broadway triumph as an eccentric grande dame who teaches her 10-year old nephew to appreciate life.
Three homeboyz get the fight scared out of them in this 'smart and sassy' (Variety) horror-comedy anthology 'that's startlingly fresh and satisfying' (New York Post). When they break into a dark funeral home, they meet a mysterious mortician who spins four horrifyingly funny tales.
Voted Best Documentary of the year by The National Board of Review, The National Society of Film Critics, The New York Film Critics Circle, and the Los Angeles Film Critics Circle, this is a highly personal, wryly humorous look at the closing of several General Motors plants in Flint, Michigan, the hometown of filmmaker Michael Moore (Emmy-nominee for "TV Nation"), which resulted in the elimination of 35,000 jobs. Armed with a razor-sharp wit, compassion and more than a little chutzpah, Moore offers his perceptions of what went wrong in Flint, and chronicles his much-thwarted efforts to meet face-to-face with the big man himself, GM chairman Roger Smith. Michael Moore's controversial but popular film has been included in numerous 10-Best Lists for 1989. The New York Times describes it as "rollicking... witty... leaving the audience roaring with laughter!"
Michael Moore's controversial but popular film is a highly personal, wryly humorous look at the closing of several General Motors plants in Flint, Michigan.
This is a highly personal, wryly humorous look at the closing of several General Motors plants in Flint, Michigan, the hometown of filmmaker Michael Moore, which resulted in the elimination of 35,000 jobs. Armed with a razor-sharp wit, compassion and more than a little chutzpah, Moore offers his perceptions of what went wrong in Flint, and chronicles his much-thwarted efforts to meet face-to-face with the big man himself, GM chairman Roger Smith.
Broadway Joe in his first starring role as a motorcyclist who first joins a motorcycle gang, but tangles with the biker gang while trying (not very hard) to fight off Ann-Margret's advances. He wins a motorcross event and they kidnap her. He races the leader to win her freedom.
At a summer resort, some teenage boys are drawn to a woman without a passport, whom they mistakenly identify as a prostitute. Under the imagined spell of her allure, they help her cross the border.
Suzy Kendall is Polly, an upper-class Chelsea girl who decides to relieve her boredom by slumming in a working-class section of London called Battersea. She gets a job in a candy factory and becomes friends with co-workers Rube (Adrienne Posta) and Sylvie (Maureen Lipman), two sisters. Polly takes up with Peter (Dennis Waterman), who dreams of leaving Battersea and becoming rich.
Movie version of the BBC TV play that first addresses some of the major social issues of the day. A girl from a rich family in Chelsea is bored and decides to go "slumming" in depressed Battersea. She gets a flat and starts working in a factory and makes some friends there. One of her friends is pregnant but abortion is illegal ...
As Betty approaches her completion of High School she grows anxious. Jim tries to reassure her. As graduation grows nearer no one can reconcile Betty’s fears.
For once in his life Bud has studied hard for a big test.
Bud is upset because he has lost a job to another boy.
When Bryana's birthfather shows up, intent on being her friend, Bernie teaches him that what Bryana really needs is someone to discipline her.
Betty lobbies a neighbor to remove his dangerously high hedge.
Bud is chosen as the most popular boy in his class.
Bud quits school after meeting a successful businessman who did the same.
Jim wants to finish his work before leaving on a business trip, but is constantly interrupted by his family.
Betty uses her womanly wiles to get the neighbor boy to take her out.
Margaret has no trophies in the family display case, so she tries to win a fly-fishing award.
The Andersons take in a stray dog who shows up on their doorstep.
Bud accidentally sells a pair of skates that Betty was hiding for a friend.
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