Do Not Disturb movie trailer - starring Francois Cluzet, Yvan Attal, Laetitia Casta, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Asia Argento. Directed by Yvan Attal. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
A powerful look at Army life during the suspenseful days before the attack on Pearl Harbor. Many memorable scenes and an all-star cast, including a great performance by Sinatra. Based on the novel by James Jones.
What's a devoted wife to do when her husband spends more time "working" with his sexy secretary than helping her with their new home? For Janet Taylor (Day), an American who has relocated to England with her executive husband Mike (Taylor), there's only one solution - make him jealous by inventing an admirer. But as soon as Janet creates her make-believe Romeo, a real suitor arrives, whisks Janet off to Paris, wines and dines her...and comes face-to-face with an insanely irate Mike!
True story of two convicts serving time on 1930's Devil's Island who are determined to escape their hell-on-earth. Great performances by McQueen and Hoffman!
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Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn, vocal by Marni Nixon) demonstrates her improved elocution to Professor Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison) in the Lerner and Loewe number, The Rain In Spain, in My Fair Lady, 1964.
Syreena (Trina Parks) drops in on her brother Flash (Gene Simms) who's gone 'round the bend with Kung Fu, and they consult about their missing mother, in Darktown Strutters, 1975, from a screenplay by George Armitage.
Manager Mitch (John Cronin) can't find a gig for his dance act (Mary Mitchell, Jeff Parker) when his sidekick (Alvy Moore) remembers that Chubby Checker is in town and might do them a solid, tune by Kai Mann, in Sam Katzman's Twist Around The Clock, 1961.
Biker Syreena (Trina Parks) is now disguised as a nun, bypassing the Colonel Sanders figure Commander Cross (Norman Bartold) to talk to Lorelai (Zara Cully, a.k.a Mother Jefferson) about her kidnapped mom, in Darktown Strutters, 1975.
Cameos in the opening, screenwriter Dalton Trumbo the barking officer, Anne Byrne, wife of co-star Dustin Hoffman seeing him off, as he departs with Steve McQueen (title character), director Franklin Schaffner using Hondarribia, Spain for 1930's Marseilles, in Papillon, 1973.
Arriving from France, Steve McQueen (title character) and Dega (Dustin Hoffman) get their first look at Devil's Island, with comments from returning inmate Julot (Don Gordon), who takes his own desperate steps, in Papillon, 1973, from the international best-selling memoir by Henri Charriere.
Syreena (Trina Parks) is finishing winning her race against Mellow (Roger E. Mosley) when she encounters the Klan in a panel truck, which doesn't prevent all from adjourning to party, in Darktown Strutters, 1975.
Perhaps a tribute to Dion DiMucci's stature that he's not asked to contribute to the flimsy plot, just perform, here a well-known tune credited only to Dion's frequent writing partner Ernie Maresca, in producer Sam Katzman's Twist Around The Clock, 1961.
Plenty outrageous gag with the title-referenced biker gang leads into the opening credits from Darktown Strutters, 1975, the social-commentary action-comedy starring Trina Parks and Roger E. Mosley, from a script by George Armitage.
Out of luck agent Mitch (John Cronin) and pal (Alvy Moore) have fled the big city only to discover a singer (Clay Cole) and hot dance team (Mary Mitchell, Jeff Parker) who might solve all their problems, early in producer Sam Katzman's rock'n'roll revue Twist Around The Clock, 1961.
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