Early humorous look at an inter-racial romance and its effect on the young couple's families. Nominated for every major Academy Award, with Hepburn winning her first!
A small town is besieged by a gang of motorcyclists in this '50's classic. One of Brando's great early roles!
The Moon And Sixpence movie trailer - starring George Sanders, Herbert Marshall, Eric Blore, Steven Geray, Doris Dudley. Directed by Albert Lewin. Theatrical Release Date: 11/25/1943
Rating: Not Rated
A grittier, British inspiration to Stanley Kramer’s Oscar winning “Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner”. Set amidst the backdrop of working class London, Flame in the Streets takes a hard look at racial prejudice. Ted Willis adapted his own successful stage play, “Hot Summer Night”, for the big-screen and director Roy Baker (“A Night to Remember”) pulled no punches and bruised many a liberal’s sensibilities in delivering what he termed “a harsh picture.” John Mills plays a liberal-minded union leader in a London factory, who fights against the discrimination that is rampant in his multiracial workforce. His actions prevent a bitter strike, when the union becomes outraged over the promotion of a Jamaican to a much higher position in the factory. His victory is sweet but short, as he now turns his attention to home where he must fight his own deeper prejudices, when he finds his daughter is planning to marry a Jamaican teacher.
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An assassin is released from prison early, on condition that he make one last assassination. An assassination is about to take place; the target: the most powerful man in the Western World. The assassin is Roy Tucker, in prison for killing the sadistic husband of Ellie Riggens, the woman he loves. Tucker is promised freedom by Tagge in exchange for an undetermined favour. Tucker agrees and flies to Central America where he pursues his dreams and marries Ellie. Then Tucker is told to repay his favour by assassinating a powerful national figure. He refuses. Tagge takes Ellie captive and threatens to kill her unless Tucker carries out the assignment. Tucker tries to pull a fast one, but a back-up assassin hits the mark, and Ellie is killed. Now Tucker has to fight. This one's for real; and the result is explosive, pulse-pounding, action-adventure.
George C. Scott stars as a sleazy, drunken roustabout who has no scruples, ambitions, or decency. Faye Dunaway co-stars as a mean-spirited lady who owns a small piece of land which features a towering hill upon which she has constructed a derrick to wildcat for oil. Dunaway grudgingly accepts Scott's assistance in helping her fend off the land-grabbing Jack Palance.
Featuring four Academy Award? winners and directed by the legendary Stanley Kramer. A tough feminist, her estranged father and a grizzled hired hand try to take on a big oil company in Oklahoma.
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