Pendulum movie trailer - starring James Russo, George Peppard, Richard Kiley, Rachel Hunter, Jean Seberg, Matt Battaglia. Directed by James D. Deck. Genre: Drama
An American special agent embarks with amazing effort on a mission to recover vital material for the United States defense. It was believed that the mighty "unsinkable" ship contained vital material which could be used to make the United States impregnable to atomic attack. The ship is down too deep for divers, so the only solution is to raise it and the Herculean project must be managed in absolute secrecy - despite the extreme rigors of the climate, deadly interference from a rival nation, and the need to invent technology never before conceived. The extraordinary task is interlaced with the the stories of the people and the forces working against them.
An underwater race to salvage the Titanic and its vital defence cargo. Adapted from Clive Cussler's international best-seller, the story follows the exploits of American special agent Dirk Pitt, as he sets out to recover vital material from the Titanic which could make the US impregnable to atomic attack.
In Harm's Way, based on James Bassett's novel Harm's Way, has enough plot in it for four movies or a good miniseries (when it was shown on network television in prime time, it was broken into two very full nights). On the morning of December 7, 1941, a heavy cruiser, commanded by Captain Rockwell Torrey (John Wayne), and the destroyer Cassidy, under acting commander Lieutenant (jg) William McConnell (Thomas Tryon), are two of a handful of ships that escape the destruction of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Under Torrey's command, the tiny fleet of a dozen ships carries out its orders to seek out and engage the enemy fleet. But lack of fuel and a daring maneuver (but tragic miscalculation) by Torrey causes his ship to be seriously damaged. He's relieved of command and assigned to a desk job routing convoys in the shakeup following the attack, and his exec and oldest friend, Commander Paul Eddington (Kirk Douglas), is reassigned after a brawl, the result of his anger after identifying the body of his wife (Barbara Bouchet) who was killed during the attack while cavorting with an Marine Corps officer. Torrey's shore assignment leads him to reestablish contact on a very hostile level with his estranged son, Ensign Jere Torrey (Brandon de Wilde), his estranged son from a long-ended marriage, who is also serving at Pearl Harbor; he also establishes a romantic relationship with Lt. Maggie Haines (Patricia Neal), a navy nurse; he also befriends Commander Egan Powell (Burgess Meredith), a special-intelligence officer. Through his son's boasting during their bitter first meeting, Torrey learns of a top-secret offensive called Sky Hook — he figures out enough of it to impress Powell, and when Sky Hook gets bogged down by the indecisiveness of its commander, Vice Admiral Broderick (Dana Andrews), Powell convinces the commander of the Pacific Fleet (Adm. Chester Nimitz, unnamed here but played by Henry Fonda) that Torrey is the man to salvage the operation.
In Harm's Way, based on James Bassett's novel Harm's Way, has enough plot in it for four movies or a good miniseries (when it was shown on network television in prime time, it was broken into two very full nights). On the morning of December 7, 1941, a heavy cruiser, commanded by Captain Rockwell Torrey (John Wayne), and the destroyer Cassidy, under acting commander Lieutenant (jg) William McConnell (Thomas Tryon), are two of a handful of ships that escape the destruction of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Captain Rockwell Torrey and Commander Paul Eddington are part of the Navy's effort to recuperate from, and retaliate for, the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. When a top-secret offensive goes awry, Torrey is given the job of salvaging the operation.
What do the Kennedy assassination, the 1963 disappearance of a private eye and a recent murder have in common? Jessica is determined to find out.
Jim is duped by a deputy district attorney, posing as a dead man, into infiltrating an underground poker game at the Bay City Boys Club to see if the high-stakes venture is actually rigged by the owners of the building.
It's the worst kind of overexposure when world-renowned photographer Renny Sinclair is murdered while on assignment in Hawaii shooting the annual swimsuit edition of a top sports magazine.
Kirk, Spock, McCoy and a couple of red shirts beam down to the surface of a planet in answer to a fake distress call.
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As Kirk and Spock investigate a Starfleet tragedy, a friend of Kirk becomes endowed with godlike powers. To stop him, Kirk must hatch a risky plan.
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Conclusion. Despite the Indians' increasing attacks on his riders, Curtis
Wade is determined to keep the Pony Express operating.
Part 1 of two. Ben isn't pleased when Little Joe says he plans to become a
Pony Express rider.