Henry Fonda and Glenn Ford are two ne'er-do-well cowpokes looking for sex and easy money in the modern West in The Rounders (1965).
Old pal cowhands Ben (Glenn Ford) and Howdy (Henry Fonda) have trouble breaking a horse in an early scene from writer-director Burt Kennedy's contemporary Western The Rounders 1965.
Opening title sequence from writer-director Burt Kennedy's Western romp The Rounders, 1965, starring Glenn Ford and Henry Fonda, shot in the Coconino Forest, Arizona.
Mame -- Lucille Ball, in her final feature film appearance, plays Auntie Mame, loving life and living it to the hilt with her nephew and assorted eccentrics in tow.
Mame -- The musical revolves around the antics of Mame Dennis, a fun-loving, wealthy eccentric with a flare for life and a razor sharp wit...
Rounders is about the underground world of high-stakes poker. The movie follows two friends who need to quickly earn enough cash playing poker to pay off a huge debt. The term ?rounder? refers to a person whose sole means of earning a living is by playing cards.
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