Two old friends - current and former CIA agents - find themselves on opposite sides in a tale of money, loyalty, double-crosses and murder. Directed by Sam Peckinpah (The Wild Bunch).
Two associate hitmen become deadly enemies as the result of a double-cross. Typical Peckinpah violence!
Weak sequel to the 1973 smash star-making hit, with accounts of some of the same characters a few years later.
Thanksgiving is observed with a family whose only sane member is the dog. Hip and funny!
Time Served movie trailer - starring Jeff Fahey, Louise Fletcher, Bo Hopkins, Catherine Oxenberg, James Handy. Directed by Lee Frost. Genre: Drama
Five criminals travel to Mexico to rob a bank - but they stumble upon a roadhouse populated by bloodthirsty vampires!
An ex-con and his wife, on the run from the law, head for the Mexican border when they are doublecrossed by a crooked politician. Tight action thriller based on a novel by Jim Thompson.
It's Fourth Of July Weekend, and the recently discovered corpse of Sgt. Sam Harper - killed by 'friendly fire' during the first Gulf War - is returned to his all-American hometown. But when Sam rises from the dead to punish the unpatriotic, only his young nephew and a bitter Korean War veteran (Soul icon Isaac Hayes of SHAFT and SOUTH PARK fame) can stop his red-blooded rampage. Draft dodgers, tax cheats, crooked politicians and flag-burners beware: UNCLE SAM wants you... DEAD!
White Lightning movie trailer - starring Burt Reynolds, Ned Beatty, Bo Hopkins, Matt Clark, Louise Latham, Jennifer Billingsley. Genre: Action-Adventure
The opening credit sequence for The Bridge at Remagen (1969), a WWII epic featuring the music of Elmer Bernstein.
Sequence of scenes introducing inmate Gator McClusky (Burt Reynolds) in the 1973 bootlegging action hit White Lightning, also starring Ned Beatty and Bo Hopkins.
Heading for Mexico, geezer Sykes (Edmond O'Brien) leads the gang over a dune, causing Tector (Ben Johnson) to snap, and Pike (William Holden) to crack the whip, his age showing, in Sam Peckinpah's The Wild Bunch, 1969.
Gator (Burt Reynolds) finishes buddying up to bootlegger Roy (Bo Hopkins) then insists that Dude (Matt Clark) introduce him to Sheriff Connors (Ned Beatty), the object of his vengeance, in White Lightning, 1973.
After the bank job, still in military disguise, the Gorch's (Warren Oates, Ben Johnson) tangle with Pike (William Holden) and Angel (Jaime Sanchez), and bad news about the loot sends Sykes (Edmond O'Brien) into a rant, in Sam Peckinpah's The Wild Bunch, 1969.
Teenagers enjoy the last night of a 1962 summer in George Lucas' American Graffiti (1973) featuring a host of future stars.
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