Fine screen adaptation of Dostoevsky's tale of four 19th century Russian brothers in competition for the same woman as they deal with their cruel father.
Pioneers struggle against Kiowa Indians who claim that the settlers' adopted daughter is a member of their tribe. Superb cast!
Intelligent and understated comedy about a veteran burglar who reluctantly takes a young would-be thief under his wing. Reynold's exhibits wry charm.
The hysterical goings-on at an exclusive country club. As funny as slob-humor gets, as proven at the box-office!
Jim Douglas (Gregory Peck) rides into town the night before the hanging of four outlaws. He's been on their trail, believing they raped and killed his wife. But hours before the execution, the four escape, taking a beautiful young woman hostage.
While her boozy Dad (Larry Pennell) is having a relapse in the basement, traumatized Ann (Heidi Bohay), upstairs, has a bad dream -- highlights of the movie so far -- in Superstition, 1985.
This scene features the introduction of ghostly Mary (Kim Marie) and a circular saw, bad news for Rev. Maier (Stacy Keach) and junior colleague Thompson (James Houghton) in Superstition, 1985.
The definitive scene with Carl the groundskeeper (Bill Murray) followed by the underrated golf vignette with the Bishop (veteran actor Henry Wilcoxon), from Caddyshack, 1980.
Prankster Charlie (Johnny Doran) is alarmed when he can't find buddy Arty (Bennett Liss, not really seen here) in the supposed haunted house, in an early scene from Superstition, 1985.
First Carl (Bill Murray) preparing to kill gophers, then Judge Smails (Ted Knight) and Czervik (Rodney Dangerfield) in a battle of attitudes at the Country Club dining room, in Caddyshack, 1980.
Opening credits and first scene from the low-rent thriller Superstition, 1985, directed by Hollywood camera-man James Roberson, in which young lovers get spooked.
Judge Smails (Ted Knight) catches the first sign of gophers, jumps on McFiddish (Thomas Carlin), leading to the first scene for assistant groundskeeper Carl (Bill Murray) in Caddyshack, 1980.
Bill Murray, Chevy Chase and Rodney Dangerfield take a club to the Country Club set in Caddyshack (1980), directed by Harold Ramis.
Rev. Thompson (James Houghton) explores the archives of a neighboring church, leading to a spectacular and informative flashback, featuring Robert Symonds as Pike, in Superstition, 1985.
Reverends Maier (Stacy Keach) and Thompson (James Houghton) do some exposition about the Sharack house, leading to a scene at the pond where cop Hollister takes a dive, in Superstition, 1985.
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