General Worden (Ernest Borgnine), with aides Denton (Robert Webber) and Armbruster (George Kennedy), briefing the steely Major Reisman (Lee Marvin), all before the opening credits, in Robert Aldrich's The Dirty Dozen, 1967.
When Frank Sinatra and Deborah Kerr accidentally get divorced, she winds up married to Dean Martin in Marriage On The Rocks (1965)
Reisman (Lee Marvin), in a typical training exercise, tries to get Posey (Clint Walker) agitated, fellow convicts (Donald Sutherland, John Cassavetes, Telly Savalas, Charles Bronson et al) taking note, in The Dirty Dozen, 1967.
Reisman (Lee Marvin) returns to camp just as Breed (Robert Ryan) is trying to interrogate his unit (John Casavetes, Jim Brown, Donald Sutherland, Telly Savalas, et al) in Robert Aldrich's The Dirty Dozen, 1967.
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When the Commies snatch George Jessel, Butterfly McQueen, Dorothy Lamour and other world leaders, America's Super Secret Agency forms The Phynx, a pre-fab pop band whose musical mission is to play a concert in the castle where the captives are held and rock the prisoners free. A movie that defies description, The Phynx was a byproduct of the Swinging Sixties, an old school attempt to make a zany Monkees-style farce that combined politics and pop tunes (courtesy of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller) with cameo appearances by dozens of old-time movie stars including Maureen O'Sullivan, Leo Gorcey, Rudy Vallee, Pat O'Brien, Ruby Keeler and Joan Blondell. Barely released in theaters and virtually unseen for decades, this is a rare chance to view this one-of-a-kind spy spoof, a whacky rock 'n' roll comedy that must be seen to be believed!
A pop group attempts to rescue George Jessel, Dorothy Lamour and other "world leaders" in this legendary rock 'n' roll spy spoof featuring dozens of celebrity guests.
Oscar-winner Lee Marvin ("Cat Ballou") leads a group of 12 hardened convicts on a suicide mission deep into Nazi Germany. Award-winning action picture stars Charles Bronson ("Death Wish"), Emmy-winner Telly Savalas ("Kelly's Heroes," TV's "Kojak"), Oscar-winner George Kennedy ("Cool Hand Luke," TV's "Dallas"), Donald Sutherland ("Outbreak," "JFK"), Ernest Borgnine (TV's "McHale's Navy," "Marty," TV's "The Single Guy"), and football legend Jim Brown ("Mars Attacks!"), and earned John Cassavetes an Oscar. A box office hit, it spawned several sequels and a TV series.
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