Editor Bob (Jack Lemmon) puts the moves on writer Ruth (Betty Garrett) and sings 'It's Bigger Than You and Me' by Jule Styne and Leo Robin in My Sister Eileen, 1955.
Writer Ruth from Ohio (Betty Garrett) meets New York editor Bob Baker (Jack Lemmon) who's leaving on vacation in director Richard Quine's My Sister Eileen, co-written by Blake Edwards.
'It's Alive!' -- The Davies expect a baby, which turns out to be a monster with a nasty habit of killing when it's scared. And it's easily scared.
The Sandpiper -- Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton star in this romantic drama about a schoolboy's mother who becomes involved with the married headmaster of a Californian boarding school.
In this original movie promo, a nude statue of Elizabeth Taylor is constructed out of redwood for The Sandpiper (1965).
Trailer for The Sandpiper.
Twenty-something Laura Reynolds is a free spirit who questions social conventions, laws and regulations. A struggling artist, she lives in a secluded beach-side cabin in Big Sur with her nine year old illegitimate son, Danny, on who she has instilled her values. Because of this questioning of convention, Laura has decided to home school Danny. Also because of this questioning of the law, Danny runs into some legal problems, and as such is court ordered to be sent to San Simeon, a Christian school in Monterrey. This order is against Laura's wishes. The school's headmaster is Dr. Rev. Edward Hewitt, who tries to convince Laura that San Simeon is not the prison she probably believes it to be. Married for twenty-one years to his faithful wife Claire, Edward has become more a fund-raiser at all cost (for a new chapel) rather than an educator or priest. Despite their differences, Laura and Edward begin to fall for each other. Both but especially Edward have to reconcile their feelings for each other to their beliefs, which they learn are closer to each other than what may appear on the surface. Their feelings also bring to the forefront what each really wants in life beyond their current lot.
An Episcopal priest (Richard Burton) falls for a bohemian artist (Elizabeth Taylor) living in Big Sur in The Sandpiper (1965).
Elizabeth Taylor ("Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?") and Richard Burton ("The Spy Who Came in from the Cold," "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?") light up the screen in this romantic drama about a schoolboy's mother who becomes involved with the married headmaster of a Californian boarding school. Also starring Eva Marie Saint ("Superman Returns," "North by Northwest") and Charles Bronson ("Once Upon a Time in the West," "Death Wish"). Directed by Oscar-winner Vincente Minnelli ("Gigi," "An American in Paris"). Filmed in California's breathtaking Big Sur and winner of an Academy Award for Best Song.
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton star in this romantic drama about a schoolboy's mother who becomes involved with the married headmaster of a Californian boarding school.
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton light up the screen in this romantic drama about a schoolboy's mother who becomes involved with the married headmaster of a Californian boarding school.
A bereaved Joe seeks revenge when his fiancée is killed by a shy bank clerk.
When McCoy sees the white rabbit from Alice in Wonderland and is later stabbed by a black knight, the crew begins to realize that the idyllic planet they are visiting is anything but. Somehow, the planet holds the dangerous power to turn any thought into reality, and the Remastered version brings a crisp, cleaner look to all the oddities, as well as a wonderfully rich look to the planet as seen from orbit.
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