Martin (Richard Benjamin) and Blane (James Brolin) get their first action-thrill at the futuristic amusement park versus the robot gunslinger (Yul Brynner) in Michael Crichton's Westworld, 1973.
Credit sequence, conversation and the opening orientation scene for high-tech tourists Martin (Richard Benjamin) and Blane (James Brolin) in Michael Crichton's Westworld, 1973.
A top detective (Charles Bronson) is transferred to Los Angeles and uncovers a plot by a Sicilian mafioso in The Stone Killer (1973).
Blane (James Brolin) and Martin (Richard Benjamin) are coming off a Western all-nighter when the robot gunslinger (Yul Brynner) interrupts their fantasy vacation, again, in Westworld, 1973.
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Crime drama about a tough New York cop who discovers that a prohibition gangster is planning a massacre--revenge for a forty-year-old shootout which introduced non-sicilian elements to organized crime. Based on John Gardner's novel, "A Complete State of Death."
In a futuristic resort, wealthy patrons can visit recreations of different time periods and experience their wildest fantasies with life-like robots. But when Richard Benjamin ("Goodbye, Columbus") opts for the wild west, he gets more than he bargained for when a gunslinger robot, portrayed by Academy Award-winner Yul Brynner ("The King and I", "The Magnificent Seven"), goes berserk. Written and directed by "Jurassic Park" author and "E.R." creator Michael Crichton. With Emmy-winner James Brolin ("Marcus Welby, M.D.", "Hotel") and Dick Van Patten (TV's "Eight is Enough"). Followed by a sequel, "Futureworld".
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