A Russian circus musician defects to the United States and settles in New York City. Alternately touching and funny!
Robin Williams portrays a Russian musician who defects in Bloomingdales, beginning the bumpy road to his American dream.
A circus musician from Moscow (Robin Williams) on a tour of New York suddenly decides to defect. His initiation into the "land of opportunity" is a series of comic reactions and wide-eyed optimism mixed with homesickness.
The only thing stopping Elvis from having Fun In Acapulco (1963) is a fear of heights. Ursula Andress helps him cope.
New recruit Zankie (Alex Cord) is turned over to inmate Ben (Chuck Connors) and pals (Bernie Hamilton, Alejandro Rey, et al) for his drug-rehab haircut, in writer-director Richard Quine's Synanon, 1965.
Early on, Richard Conte as Reid introduces founder Chuck Dederich (Edmond O'Brien), followed by Eartha Kitt (as Betty,) who testifies on her addiction, from Richard Quine's fact-based Synanon, 1965.
High-ranking ex-addict Reid (Richard Conte) running the game, with Zankie (Alex Cord), Ben (Chuck Connors) and others, focusing on Joanie (Stella Stevens), sexism not a concern, in Richard Quine's Synanon, 1965.
A family's satellite television becomes a gateway to an alien invasion in the horror/comedy TerrorVision (1986).
Moscow on the Hudson -- Robin Williams portrays a Russian musician who defects in Bloomingdales, beginning the bumpy road to his American dream.
The StepMother -- The Step mother(Cecilia) is possessed causing her husband(Dan) and her brother(Eric) to call some priest to do an exorcism on her in order to protect Dan's daughter (Amy).
Breakout -- A Texas bush pilot is hired by a woman to help break out her husband who is imprisoned in Mexico on a framed charge that was engineered by his Grandfather.
Enjambre -- A noise symphony, a swarm of sounds.
Breakout -- Charles Bronson and Robert Duvall star in this explosive story of a Mexican prison break
G-Spot: Season 2: Episode 3 -- When Rick saves the life of his stunt double, Gigi basks in some of the glory.
Comic cast in 'funny' horror flick about a family invaded by aliens through their television. Sounds like real life.
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