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Dorian is floored by what she walks in on at Shelter.
Clint goes into a drunken frenzy at the Man of the Year ceremony, horrifying his friends and family in attendance.
Blair breaks down as Todd is forced to leave Llanview forever.
Emmy Winner and One Life to Live's ultimate diva, Robin Strasser, speaks her mind and dishes all the dirt in this More interview Exclusive.
David Vickers fails "The Snooze Test" as he tries to pitch his reality show to network executive Michael Green.
Jack becomes enraged when he sees that his mother Blair has been staying in Todd's hotel room.
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Charles Bronson is Garr Smith, a Denver police detective on the trail of a serial killer linked to a century-old cult of Mormon avengers- known as "unholy angels." Smith learns from the locals that these avengers may indeed be among the living at Lizard's Head. The evidence is, however, that common greed over a fortune in oil is the more likely ingredient, but this doesn't change the grisly nature of the murders, or the possibility that Garr could be the next victim...an eerie tale of ritual murder.
Reporter Garret Smith (Charles Bronson) is shocked by the horrific mass murder of a Mormon farmer’s three wives and their children. Amid the secrecy and mistrust of a mysterious religious cult, Bronson sets out to uncover the truth behind a bloody family feud. A picture of an ancient avenging angel – the Messenger of Death is his only clue. But what he finds is a modern story of greed and corruption. He’s after the man who controls the power and money behind the murderers, and now the murderers are after him.
Charles Bronson is Garr Smith, a Denver police detective on the trail of a serial killer linked to a century-old cult of Mormon avenger--known as "unholy angels." Smith learns from the locals that these avenger may indeed be among the living at Lizard's Head. The evidence is, however, that common greed over a fortune in oil is the more likely ingredient, but this doesn't change the grisly nature of the murders, or the possibility that Garr could be the next victim...an eerie tale of ritual murder.
A Denver detective is after a serial killer linked to a cult of Mormon avengers.
Reporter Garret Smith (Charles Bronson) is shocked by the horrific mass murder of a Morman farmer's three wives and their children. Amid the secrecy and mistrust of a mysterious religious cult, Bronson sets out to uncover the truth behind a bloody family feud. A picture of an ancient avenging angel - the MESSENGER OF DEATH is his only clue. But what he finds is a modern story of greed and corruption. He's after the man who controls the power and money behind the murderers, and now the murderers are after him.
Director Stanley Donen recaptures the spirit of the Thirties double-bills, in the form of two B-movies, with an old-fashioned intermission between the films.
A look at the world of slick professional pickpockets, and how they prey upon innocent victims. A novice (Michael Sarrazin) and his girlfriend (Trish Van Devere) join a seasoned pair of pros: James Coburn and his older, cocaine-sniffing colleague, Walter Pidgeon. The group keeps on the move, traveling to Seattle, Victoria, B.C. and Salt Lake City. Unfortunately, the beautiful Van Devere, whose looks are used as a ploy to take the money from unwary lookers, also looks good to Coburn, which leads to a feud with Sarrazin. Things will come to a head at a horse show in Salt Lake City, which has very tight security measures against pickpockets. Technical adviser for the film was slight-of-hand artist Tony Giorgio.
A highly professional team of pickpockets roam through varying cityscapes in the US and Canada preying upon the innocent
A pretty divorcée tries to build a new life.
Steven Goodson is your average twenty-eight year old guy toiling away as an accountant. His girlfriend Chloe is every guy's dream, a stunning model who takes your breath away. However, his happiness and his entire identity, is shattered the instant he finds out that Chloe has strayed. Devastated, Steven turns for support to his best friend Jack Manning, a cynical sell-out whose engaged to his boss' daughter. Jack bluntly tells him the only way to get over Chloe is to go on a run and sleep with as many women as he possibly can. Starring Golden Globe and Emmy Award-nominee Fred Savage (TV's "The Wonder Years," "Austin Powers: Goldmember"), Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominee Amy Adams ("Enchanted," "Junebug") and Ray Baker ("What Lies Beneath," "Total Recall").
George C. Scott and Trish Van Devere (Scott's future wife) costar in this gritty crime drama directed by Richard Fleisher (who replaced original director John Huston). Scott plays Harry Garmes, a former getaway driver who has retired to a peaceful life in a rural southern Portugal fishing village. Garmes is asked to pull off one last gig; he must drive a young killer (Tony Musante) and his girlfriend (Van Devere) across the border to France. What follows is a lean, full-of-attitude thriller where no one can be trusted, fueled by Scott's hard as nails performance and striking cinematography by Sven Nykvist.
Your VIP pass to everything OLTL: Jerry ver Dorn (Clint) takes viewers behind the scenes of the explosive Season One finale, Melissa Archer (Natalie) shares some serious puppy love, fans sound off and your exclusive First Look at what's coming up next!
Blair turns to Tea after her emotional day with Todd. Viki and Jeffrey deliberate whether Clint's actions should be made public.
As the annual Llanview Man of the Year Gala begins, Bo and Clint both receive news that changes everything. Jeffrey's benefactor Carl Peterson arrives in Llanview and has instructions for Jeffrey.
Your backstage pass to everything OLTL: Hillary B. Smith (Nora) cuts a rug and dishes the dirt, Kassie DePaiva (Blair) has hope for a happy ending, Melissa Archer (Natalie) exposes Hollywood hypocrisy, plus your exclusive First Look at what’s coming up!
Todd and Blair must make a heart breaking decision. In a shocking twist, a character's true intentions begin to be revealed.
Todd delivers devastating news to all of his family members. The Buchanan brothers face off when Bo tries to get Clint to take responsibility for his actions.
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Viki is horrified to see the depths that Clint has sunk to. Matthew becomes uneasy with both Dani and Destiny's new relationships.
Bo, Nora, and Viki take control after Clint causes a major scene in public. Todd and Blair receive a new message from the mysterious organization that changes everything for them.
Dorian goes on a warpath at Shelter while David discusses his reality show to TV executive Jo Sullivan. Matthew is caught in the middle when Jeffrey and Michelle clash.
Your backstage pass to everything One Life to Live: MORE Erika Slezak (Viki) and Robin Strasser (Dorian), Corbin Bleu's (Jeffrey) new love, Paolo Seganti's (Arturo) May/December romance, the scoop on Todd and Blair and your First Look at what’s coming up!
Jack questions Blair and Todd's relationship. Dorian continues to pry into Viki's personal life while they plan for the gala.
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