Funny sequel to 'Every Which Way But Loose'. Fist fighter Philo Beddoe is forced into one last knockdown dragout bare knuckle match before settling down with his girl and pet orangutan named Clyde.
San Francisco police detective Dirty Harry Callahan searches for a female vengeance killer. Make my day!
George Manning, a happily married and successful man, discovers two seemingly sweet and angelic young girls on his doorstep. He invites them in out of the rain to use his telephone and like a fantasy come true George is seduced by these two voluptuous young vixens. But in the tradition of "Fatal Attraction," the party's not over yet for "poor Georgy" who is now trapped in the clutches of two savage torturesses. Can George escape alive from this forty-eight hour hellish nightmare of kinky torment and brutal murder?
Death Game movie trailer - starring Seymour Cassel, Colleen Camp, Sondra Locke, Peter S. Traynor, Beth Brickell, Michael Kalmansohn. Directed by Peter S. Traynor. Genre: Horror
The flipside of "Unforgiven". In the days following the Civil War, a Confederate soldier seeks revenge against the renegade Union troops that burned down his farm and killed his family. Fine acting and direction by Eastwood!
A police officer is assigned to escort a prostitute to Las Vegas, where she is to testify in an explosive trial.
Star and director Clint Eastwood has just joined up with a band of Confederate stragglers who get routed by Union troops in this credit sequence from The Outlaw Josey Wales, 1976.
Opening sequence finds star and director Clint Eastwood a mild-mannered Missouri farmer in the fields with his son, about to be given cause for vengeance in The Outlaw Josey Wales, 1976.
New-in-town deaf-mute Singer (Alan Arkin) looking for a room, meeting Mick (Sondra Locke, in her first movie scene) and family (Laurinda Barrett, Biff McGuire, Jackie Marlowe), in The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter, 1968.
Peaceful farmer Clint Eastwood becomes The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976) after soldiers murder his family.
Textbook horseback conversation from director and star Clint Eastwood with Sam Bottoms (as the frightened Jamie) precedes their horse-tackling stunt to avoid capture in The Outlaw Josey Wales, 1976.
Deaf-mute silver engraver Singer (Alan Arkin), seeing off friend Antonapoulos (Chuck McCann) to a far-away mental hospital, early in The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter, 1968, from the Carson McCullers novel.
There's something a little wild, dangerous and even kinky about Lottie Mason. That's why she's L.A.'s best undercover vice cop. And that's why she may have gone too far. Ravishing Black Widow star Theresa Russell spins another web of crime and suspense in director Sondra Locke's stylish police action thriller. Her Lottie teeters on the thin line separating her straight-arrow life as a cop from the lurid, tantalizing life of neon glitz she pretends to lead. Jeff Fahey (White Hunter, Black Heart, Machete) co-stars as the assistant D.A. whose romance with Lottie hits hard times when she becomes both suspect #1 and the next potential victim in a murder case. And George Dzundza (The Beast, No Way Out) is the police lieutenant who, if he can't get to first base with Lottie, would just as soon get her 10-to-life.
There's something a little wild, dangerous and even kinky about Lottie Mason. That's why she's L.A.'s best undercover vice cop and why she may have gone too far.
Regularly working undercover as a prostitute with the Los Angeles vice squad, Lottie Mason is pretty much living on the edge. But after accepting an assignment helping out the Assistant D.A. she finds herself in a web of murder and deceit.
Sondra Locke (best known for co-starring roles in six Clint Eastwood films, such as "The Outlaw Josey Wales" and "Bronco Billy") makes her directorial debut and stars in this bittersweet story of an eccentric young woman who becomes involved with a highly unusual young man. A highlight of the 1986 Deauville American Film Festival, Variety calls her "offbeat 'Ratboy'" the revelation of the Festival." Also starring comics Louie Anderson ("Coming to America," "Quicksilver"), Second City's Gerrit Graham ("Now and Again," "This Boy's Life"), John Witherspoon (the "Friday" movies, TV's "The Wayans Bros.") and Robert Townsend ("Undercover Brother," "Hollywood Shuffle").
Sondra Locke makes her directorial debut and stars in this bittersweet story of an eccentric young woman who becomes involved with a highly unusual young man.
Superstar and Academy Award-winner Clint Eastwood ("Million Dollar Baby", "Unforgiven"), breaks all his prior records as he reprises his classic role as "Dirty Harry" Callahan. This time, Harry tracks down a revenge-obsessed murderess (Sondra Locke) while local mobsters are gunning for him. The Hollywood Reporter calls Eastwood "a very good action director... he knows how to make the gut tighten and the skin crawl as the tension mounts." "A great audience picture" says Roger Ebert. "(It) has all the action anyone could want," says The New York Post. Dirty Harry will "make your day" in one of 1984's biggest box-office hits.
Clint Eastwood breaks all his prior records as he reprises his classic role as "Dirty Harry" Callahan. This time, Harry tracks down a revenge-obsessed murderess while local mobsters.
A journey to mysterious Indian burial grounds -- and into the frightening recesses of the human mind -- awaits Caine (DAVID CARRADINE) when he encounters a young woman (SONDRA LOCKE) who has escaped from an insane asylum.
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