The newly expanded Dealbook section of The New York Times, is adding several video elements to its offering in an effort to capture the 'character-driven drama' of Wall Street, says Mac William Bishop, Video Producer, in this interview with Beet.TV.
A World War II pilot is aided in love and war by the spirit of a dead comrade. Nice screenplay by Dalton Trumbo!
What parents need to know before their kids see Underdog.
Final episode in the popular series, in which Nick and Nora Charles check out the New York jazz scene to find the murderer of a musician. One of young Stockwell's earliest roles!
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A twisted young killer seeks revenge when he finds the syndicate is double-crossing him.
A World War I veteran returns home and builds a powerful, if corrupt, political empire -- but blind ambition also threatens to be his downfall.
Part devil, part legend and all man, Boss (former football star Fred Williamson) is an ex-slave who's "decided to hunt white folks for a change," becoming a bounty hunter and setting out on the trail of fugitive outlaw Jed Clayton (William Smith). With his comic sidekick Amos (D'Urville Martin), he rides into the town of San Miguel, finds that it has no sheriff and takes the job himself. Boss takes a bite out of local crime, chases women and brings the hammer down on Clayton in this amusing and action-filled parody of the 1970s blaxploitation genre, instituting black man's law in this white man's town!
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