After his partner dumps him, a resourceful dancer turns a chorus girl into a star. Includes Oscar winning Irving Berlin score!
The Strip is a character-driven comedy dissecting the lives of five employees of a low-end electronics chain called, Electri-City. The ensemble of colorful, yet grounded, characters takes us deeper into the monotonous world of working at a strip mall. Bound by the constraints of suburban life and a mile of strip mall, they, like everybody else, dream of something more.
As their stories interweave their friendships are tested.
Ultimately they struggle together to find that some dreams are not worth chasing.
As a pouty Kentucky belle with a penchant for bourbon and dangerous liaisons, Elizabeth Taylor packs power as well as pulchritude in this star-packed remake of the classic melodrama "A Free Soul."
She plays Jean Latimer, whose father Steve (William Powell in one of his final film roles) is a brilliant yet hard-drinking trial lawyer who has gotten rich defending mobsters and has determined to steer his smart but headstrong daughter away from the darker side. Though the elder Latimer tries his best to intervene, Jean falls hard for one of his shady clients (Fernando Lamas), a path that leads not only to a family rift as well as courtroom fireworks. Gig Young and James Whitmore co-star.
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Fed up with the stress of modern life, drama critic David Niven and his wife Doris Day pack up their family, leave New York City behind, and move to the country, ill-prepared to tackle the rural life. Oscar-winner Niven ("The Dawn Patrol," "Around the World in 80 Days") and Oscar-nominee Day ("Pillow Talk," "The Man Who Knew Too Much") make a delightful screen couple. Inspired a TV series.
Domestic comedy about a New York drama critic, his wife and children, who move out to the country and struggle with dad's daily commute.
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