Four tales of horror based on Rod Serling's classic TV series, including remakes of several great episodes.
The Enterprise and its crew are drawn into a renegade Vulcan's obsessive quest to learn the secrets of the universe.
Connie Francis, Herman's Hermits, Louis Armstrong, and Liberace are all there When the Boys Meet the Girls (1965).
Robert Leffingwell (Henry Fonda) is a nominee for Secretary of State before a committee headed by Senator Anderson (Don Murray) and bedeviled by Senator Cooley (Charles Laughton) in Advise and Consent, 1962.
Senator Munson (Walter Pidgeon) visits the widow Dolly Harrison (Gene Tierney, in her comeback role) after a Washington party in Otto Preminger's Advise and Consent, 1962.
The President (Franchot Tone) presses Senator Anderson (Don Murray) to support his nominee, with help from Senator Munson (Walter Pidgeon) in Advise and Consent, 1962.
Homosexuality is never mentioned as Senator Anderson (Don Murray) visits a contact named Manuel (Larry Tucker) and a club called '602,' hoping to prevent a scandal in Advise and Consent, 1962.
Wyatt asks Hope what she thinks of Bill and Quinn's relationship.
James Rockford, after spending time in prison, now spends his time as a private detective.
Advise & Consent -- A controversial political appointee triggers DC gamesmanship and scandal. Henry Fonda, Walter Pidgeon and Charles Laughton in Otto Preminger's film of Allen Drury's best seller.
From the Terrace -- An ambitious young executive chooses a loveless marriage and an unfulfilling personal life in exchange for a successful Wall Street career.
From the Terrace -- Trailer for this film based on the novel
Advise & Consent -- Trailer for this political drama
An American officer (James Stewart) helps villagers against the Japanese during WWII on The Mountain Road (1960).
Bill Quinn with Christmas tree for me discusses how to select a unique Christmas tree that matches your style.
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