A Star is Born marked Judy Garland's return to movies after a four-year absence, director George Cukor's first musical and first color film, and a showcase for great Harold Arden/Ira Gershwin songs in state-of-the-art stereo. One of the most beloved show-business stories of all time, it represents a career peak for many involved. Garland is singer Esther Blodgett, an undeniable talent on the rise. She catches the eye of Norman Maine (James Mason), an alcoholic actor in career decline. Their intense love transforms them both. Only one will survive Hollywood's slings and arrows. Shortened in response to exhibitor complaints after its premiers, the movie underwent one rebirth in 1983 when film historian Ronald Haver found almost all the cut sequences and supervised a reconstruction to near its original length. Its new rebirth is this breathtaking digital surround stereo track and incorporating picture and musical material recently found in the vaults. Star always had a shine to it. Now watch it sparkle as never before.
An executed killer haunts a film crew shooting in an abandoned prison.
The fourth installment of the Transformers line.
John Ritter (as Roger), Heather North (as Jennifer), Kurt Russell (as Steve), Joe Flynn (Mr. Wilbanks) and the fictional UBC TV network are introduced in Disney's The Barefoot Executive, 1971.
Ad agency boss Burke (Edward Andrews) presents family man Sam (Jack Lemmon) to dairy owner and client Nurdlinger (Edward G. Robinson), who's convinced all ad-men are degenerates, in David Swift's Good Neighbor Sam, 1964.
Mail-room staffer Steve (Kurt Russell) ambushes network executive Wilbanks (Joe Flynn), and his chauffeur Mertons (Wally Cox), with a programming pitch in The Barefoot Executive, 1971.
Bounding home after landing a new account, ad-man Sam (Jack Lemmon) discovers his wife's bubbly European friend Janet (Romy Schneider) in the shower, smoothing things out with Min (Dorothy Provine) straight away, in Good Neighbor Sam, 1964.
Steve (Kurt Russell) hastens to make sure his rival Roger (John Ritter) doesn't discover that Raffles the chimp is a TV programming genius in Disney's The Barefoot Executive, 1971.
San Francisco ad man Sam (Jack Lemmon) getting a lift to work from wife Min (Dorothy Provine), then on the elevator with big boss Burke (Edward Andrews), early in director-producer David Swift's Good Neighbor Sam, 1964.
Steve (Kurt Russell) discovers that Raffles the chimp, newly adopted by his girlfriend Jenn (Heather North), has strong preferences about TV in The Barefoot Executive, 1971.
A young boy tries to liberate animals from the city zoo in Zebra in the Kitchen (1965).
In the great Disney tradition of wild family fun, a young Kurt Russell stars as Steven Post -- an ambitious mail room clerk at a second-rate TV network. With his eye on the boardroom, and getting nowhere with the studio's top dog, he makes a career-changing discovery. His girlfriend's lovable pet chimp can pick a hit show every time! His secret for success turns into madcap monkey business when he makes vice president and jealous rivals want in on the act. Ride along with narrow escapes and a classic cast featuring Joe Flynn and Harry Morgan in a comedic climb up the corporate ladder that will leave you howling for more!
A mailroom clerk and a chimp team up to pick hit TV shows.
In the great Disney tradition of wild family fun, a young Kurt Russell stars as Steven Post -- an ambitious mailroom clerk at a second-rate TV network. With his eye on the boardroom, and getting nowhere with the studio's top dog, he makes a career-changing discovery. His girlfriend's lovable pet chimp can pick a hit show every time! His secret for success turns into madcap monkey business when he makes vice president and jealous rivals want in on the act. Ride along with narrow escapes and a classic cast featuring Joe Flynn and Harry Morgan in a comedic climb up the corporate ladder that will leave you howling for more!
Jay North (TV's "Dennis the Menace") plays a youngster who, not having the heart to let the animals endure the local zoo's rundown conditions, sets them free.
Based on the novel by Sloan Wilson, The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit stars Gregory Peck as a haunted New York executive who defies convention and decides his family is more important than his career in this post-war melodrama scripted and directed by the celebrated Nunnally Johnson (The Three Faces of Eve).
An ex-army officer heads home after the war to pursue a career as a television writer, but he soon finds out from his unhappy boss that the industry isn't all that he hoped.
Lucy tries to win "Best Looking Garden" but her neighbor's garden and a power mower stand in her way
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Missing each other after the Ricardos move to the country, the Mertzes and Ricardos decide to surprise the other couple with a
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Betty and her boyfriend are getting along wonderful until his father and Jim have a fight. After the fight, he refuses to see her ever again.
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