Seven Days In May

  • 1964
  • 2 HR 00 MIN
  • NR
  • Political, Thriller, War

The surprising revelations of the Iran-Contra scandal have given new meaning to this gripping, well-acted political thriller based on Charles Waldo Bailey II's and Fletcher Knebel's 1962 best-seller. SEVEN DAYS IN MAY begins as the President of the United States, Jordan Lyman (Fredric March), signs a nuclear disarmament treaty with the Soviets, more

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(Movie Clip) Like Overfed Ducks
Early and high-tech conference between adjutant Col. Casey (Kirk Douglas) and Joint Chiefs Chairman General Scott (Burt Lancaster), who's planning a c (more…)
(Movie Clip) Thankless Job Of Informer
Does seem like Fredric March (Jordan Lyman here) would have made a fine president, consulting with aides (George Macready, Martin Balsam, Edmond O'Bri (more…)
Seven Days in May - (Original Trailer)
The U.S. President is threatened by a military coup in Seven Days in May (1964) written by Rod Serling and starring Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas.
(Movie Clip) God Help Our Country!
Colonel Casey (Kirk Douglas) grows more worried watching first blow-hard McPherson (Hugh Marlowe) then his boss General Scott (Burt Lancaster) address (more…)
Seven Days In May (1964) - (Movie Clip) The Iron Mask
First appearance of Ava Gardner as Ellie, former mistress to the general under whom Col. Jiggs Casey (Kirk Douglas) serves, at a D.C. power party, Sen (more…)

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