Action-packed look at the beginnings of the fall of the Roman Empire. Here is the glory, the greed and grandeur that was Rome...
A moving saga about the life of a wandering Oklahoma pioneer and his frontier family from 1890 to 1915. Starring Glenn Ford ("The Big Heat," "Blackboard Jungle") and Academy Award-winner Anne Baxter ("All About Eve," "The Razor's Edge"). With Oscar-nominee Arthur O'Connell ("The Poseidon Adventure"), Oscar-nominee Russ Tamblyn ("Seven Brides for Seven Brothers," "Peyton Place"), Emmy-winner Harry Morgan (TV's "Dragnet" and "M*A*S*H") and Vic Morrow (TV's "Combat," "Twilight Zone - The Movie"). Nominated for two Academy Awards.
Director Stanley Kubrick tells the tale of Spartacus (Kirk Douglas), the bold gladiator slave and Varinia (Jean Simmons), the woman who believed in his cause. Challenged by the power-hungry General Crassus (Laurence Olivier), Spartacus is forced to face his convictions and the power of Imperial Rome at its glorious height. The inspirational true account of man's eternal struggle for freedom, Spartacus combines history with spectacle to create a moving drama of love and commitment.
Cimarron is a moving saga about the life of a wandering Oklahoma pioneer and his frontier family from 1890 to 1915.
Rebellious slave Spartacus is purchased by Lentulus Brutus and forced to fight as a gladiator for the entertainment of Marcus Licinius Crassus. Includes original musical overture opening.
A moving saga about the life of a wandering Oklahoma pioneer and his frontier family from 1890 to 1915. Starring Glenn Ford and Anne Baxter. With Arthur O'Connell, Russ Tamblyn, Harry Morgan and Vic Morrow.
As the Civil War spills our nation's blood, Capt. John Hayes (Randolph Scott) fights on a vital but little-known battlefront. He aims to ship gold to Union banks through a small Colorado town, defying Southern sympathizers who aim to stop him. At any cost. As chiseled and bone-lean as its star, Westbound is the sixth of seven Westerns Scott made with director Budd Boetticher, films that - along with the James Stewart-Anthony Mann Westerns - helped remake the genre in the 50s, substituting grit and veracity for white-hat heroics.
Gary Cooper, in his last great role, portrays a former outlaw whose past returns to haunt him when he is forced by his old gang to participate in a train robbery. Julie London and Lee J. Cobb co-star.
Gary Cooper, in his last great role, portrays a former outlaw whose past returns to haunt him when he is forced by his old gang to participate in a train robbery. Julie London and Lee J. Cobb Co-star.
Henry Fonda and Anthony Perkins headline "The Tin Star," a tough-minded, character-driven western nominated for an Oscar for its story and screenplay. Perkins plays Ben Owens, a greenhorn sheriff who hasn't worn his badge long... and won't live to wear it much longer unless he gets some savvy help. Fonda, bringing to his role the presence and plain speaking that made him an icon of the cinematic West, plays wily bounty hunter Morg Hickman. "A decent man doesn't want to kill," Morg counsels Ben. "But if you're going to shoot, shoot to kill." Morg backs up his words with action. And when the time comes, so will Ben.
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