A scientist's experiments on teenagers turn them into killers in Strange Behavior (1981) starring Michael Murphy and Louise Fletcher.
A Wall Street investor (Dan Aykroyd) and a man from the hood (Eddie Murphy) find themselves Trading Places (1983).
An inmate (Alan Bates) at an insane asylum claims to have mystic powers including the ability to kill with The Shout (1979).
A rookie (Al Pacino) risks his life going undercover to ferret out police corruption in Serpico (1973) directed by Sidney Lumet.
A tormented rich girl (Mia Farrow) hires a prostitute (Elizabeth Taylor) to act as her mother in Joseph Losey's Secret Ceremony (1968).
The Last of Sheila (1973), an all-star whodunit written by Stephen Sondheim and Anthony Perkins.
A mad scientist transforms himself into an aquatic killer in Zaat (1972).
Bad luck forces a woman and her daughters into crime in Big Bad Mama (1974) starring Angie Dickinson and William Shatner.
A Broadway burn-out (Liza Minnelli) turns a tap-dancing class into a life-changing experience for all involved in Stepping Out (1991).
High-strung presumably-widowed mother Grace (Nicole Kidman), ensconced with children Nicholas and Anne (James Bentley, Alakina Mann), whom she protects from sunlight because of a rare disease, at their home in the British Channel Islands, 1946, in Alejandro's Amenabar's The Others, 2001.
Spanish director Alejandro Amenabar's open following moody credits, Nicole Kidman introduced as mistress of a misty Channel Islands mansion, servants Fionnula Flanagan, Eric Sykes and Elaine Cassidy reporting for duty, in the 2001 international box office hit The Others.
Columbia professor David (Tony Curtis), with conspiring TV-writer buddy Mike (Dean Martin), ambushes his wife Ann (Janet Leigh, also Mrs. Curtis), who has caught him cheating, and launches their elaborate lie justifying his infidelity, in director George Sidney s Who Was That Lady?, 1960.
Director George Sidney shooting on location at Columbia University in Manhattan, where Tony Curtis is a chemistry teacher, caught canoodling by his (real) wife Janet Leigh, co-star Dean Martin backing up with an original tune by Sammy Cahn and James Van Heusen, opening Who Was That Lady?, 1960.
Early 1967, weeks into her first effort in the Congo, under-trained primatologist Dian Fossey (Sigourney Weaver), with loyal guide Sembarage (John Omirah Miluwi) have a breakthrough, director Michael Apted shooting on location in Rwanda, in Gorillas In The Mist, 1988.
A senate candidate (Robert Redford) finds his ideals weaken as his position in the polls gets stronger in The Candidate (1972).
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