A Roman tribune gradually converts to Christianity after participating in the Crucifixion. One of the first Cinema Scope features!
One-Eyed Jacks movie trailer - starring Karl Malden, Marlon Brando, Ben Johnson, Katy Jurado, Pina Pellicer. Directed by Marlon Brando. Theatrical Release Date: 3/30/1961
Rating: Not Rated
Macon County Line -- Open-ended Trailer from Anchor Bay Entertainment
The Robe -- US Home Video Trailer from 20th Century Fox
The Robe -- A physically and emotionally deteriorated Roman tribune is ordered to execute Jesus Christ in this lavish adaptation of the best-selling novel.
A pair of mismatched cowboys teams up for a bank robbery. So-so script redeemed by exciting performances!
Fact-based story of a World War II sea captain who led his motley crew to victory in the Pacific.
Trailer for Wild Rovers.
After a friend is accidentally killed on the job, two cowboys decide to get into a safer line of work and rob a bank. Now fugitives from the law with a cutthroat posse on their trail, they realize they chose the wrong field!
An 1880s Montana cattle baron (John McLiam) hangs a cattle rustler, mostly as an example to the gang's leader (Jack Nicholson). Nicholson vows revenge, but falls in love with the daughter (Kathleen Lloyd) of the cattle baron, and decides to settle down and become a farmer. But he continues to assist the rustlers who still raid McLiam's land. McLiam hires a top-gun bounty hunter (Marlon Brando). Nicholson sets out to kill Brando, but loses his chance. Brando resumes a murderous rampage which will soon wipe out all the outlaws-except Nicholson, who will precede his final battle to the death with Brando in a competition of mugging, switching accents (Brando) and mannerisms that would, in themselves, do in lesser men. This enormously entertaining movie was directed by Arthur Penn.
Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson ignite the screen in this rousing story of a wealthy Montana rancher who hires a professional killer to track down a gang of horse thieves.
About the same time Black action heroes were fighting the Man in the cities, deep in the country or in the swamps, hillbillies were fighting off corrupt sheriffs or running moonshine. I suppose you could say that the genre reached its peak with Walking Tall, and maybe Smokey and the Bandit. On the other end of the spectrum, you find quickies like Gator Bait. Gator Bait stars Claudia Jennings as Desiree, the title character. Jennings was Playboy’s 1970 Playmate of the Year, and generally played action roles in various exploitation-type movies, making her one of the few bona-fide female action stars of the period, along with her sisters over in the blaxploitation films. At least in Gator Bait, Jennings seems to be one of the better Playmate/model turned actresses. Of course, she only speaks about 10 lines.
Sometimes A Great Notion. A family of fiercely-independent Oregon loggers struggle to keep the family business alive amidst changing times.
A cute and fuzzy alien with big blue eyes and a button nose drives mankind to the brink of extinction when an adulterous astronaut disobeys orders and brings it back to Earth. Can rogue astronaut turned mercenary Trish Angel stop Fluffy before it conquers the world?
President John F. Kennedy kept a unique inauguration gift on his desk: a plastic encased coconut. The tale of that coconut is the heroic story of PT 109, a stirring saga of Kennedy's wartime exploits as skipper of a PT boat in the Solomon Islands.
Not only did Marlon Brando star in this compelling and fascinating 1961 Western, but it is also the legendary actor's only directorial effort.
As punishment for trespassing on their planet, the inhabitants condemn Capt. Kirk and his landing party to reenact the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.
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