Our hero returns to battle an evil wizard in present-day Los Angeles.
A young girl is sent to a strict boarding school while her father serves time in the army. After he is presumed dead, the girl is turned into a servant by the wicked school mistress. Strengthened by her father's love, she overcomes her hardships.
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Leslie is impressed by Captain Patrick Zevo's hiding ability.
Detective Tibbs (Sidney Poitier) pressed into service and just finished speaking with the murder victim's widow, is skeptical when Gillespie (Rod Steiger) et al bring in suspect Harvey (Scott Clark), in Norman Jewison's In The Heat Of The Night, 1967.
Jones (Gerald Sim) is losing it until jaded senior Brit officer Larkin (Denholm Elliott) arrives to preside, after the Japanese commandant (Dale Ishimoto) learns of an illicit radio in his WWII prison camp in Singapore, John Standing the guilty party, in Bryan Forbes' King Rat., 1965.
Leonard Maltin, historian Les Perkins and composer Richard Sherman on the beginnings of Mary Poppins, 1964, from TCM's Original Documentary The Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics, 2008.
American Corporal King (George Segal, title character), the leading hustler at the Japanese P.O.W. camp in Singapore, has summoned talented Brit Marlowe (James Fox), whom he had not previously met, sidekick Max (Patrick O'Neal) attending, in Bryan Forbes' King Rat, 1965.
Director Bryan Forbes has established the miserable Changi P.O.W. camp in Singapore, 1945, where the author James Clavell was himself held, then introduces Lt. Grey (Tom Courtenay), Corporal King (George Segal), and weary Colonel Smedley-Taylor (John Mills), opening King Rat, 1965.
Sheriff Gillespie (Rod Steiger) and detective Tibbs (Sidney Poitier) on their murder investigation, visit cotton farmer Endicott (Larry Gates), who exhibits blinding racism, a famous scene from Norman Jewison's In The Heat Of The Night, 1967.
Virgil Tibbs (Sidney Poitier), hauled in as a murder suspect, reveals his identity to Mississippi Sheriff Gillespie (Rod Steiger), who summons deputy Wood (Warren Oates), early in Norman Jewison's In The Heat Of The Night, 1967.
Having established disregard for his grandfather's work and his new pronunciation, professor Victor Frankenstein (Gene Wilder, the co-screenwriter with director Mel Brooks), deals with subject Hilltop (Liam Dunn) and a pesky student (Danny Goldman), early in Young Frankenstein, 1974.
Now at the family castle, accompanied by Inge (Teri Garr) and Igor (Marty Feldman), professor Frankenstein (co-screenwriter Gene Wilder) meets Frau Blucher (Cloris Leachman) and her running gag, in Mel Brooks' hit spoof Young Frankenstein, 1974.
A neurosurgeon is unwillingly pulled into the family business in Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein (1974).
Arrived in Transylvania to claim his inheritance, professor Victor Frankenstein (Gene Wilder) explains his pronunciation to Igor (Marty Feldman), who has his own, and meets his unexpected personal assistant Inge (Teri Garr) for a hayride, in Mel Brooks Young Frankenstein, 1974.
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