Red, white and blue pro-Vietnam war story. More like propaganda than entertainment, but John Wayne chews the dialogue and swaggers around loving every minute of it!
The twenties were a wild time when gangsters ruled the streets and gambling was their favorite pastime. This fast-moving drama captures the feel and flare of these "roaring '20s." Starring David Janssen ("Run for Your Life," TV's "The Fugitive") and screen legend Mickey Rooney ("National Velvet").
War hero-turned-movie star Audie Murphy plays himself in this action-packed dramatization of the heroics that made him World War II's most decorated soldier.
An innocent captain is set-up to take the fall for a drug kingpin.
International intrigue follows the election of the first Russian pope in The Shoes of the Fisherman (1968), starring Anthony Quinn.
Birds Of Prey movie trailer - starring David Janssen, Ralph Meeker. Directed by William A. Graham. Genre: Action-Adventure
Rating: Not Rated
Morris West's drama about a Russian cardinal, once a political prisoner, who becomes the new pope at a time when the world is on the brink of nuclear war.
A lonely widow (Jane Wyman) defies small-town gossip when she falls for a younger man (Rock Hudson) in Douglas Sirk's All That Heaven Allows (1955).
American hijinks on the French airfield, David Janssen leads the jokers and the last bit baseball, with 'Billy Jack' (Tom Laughlin) pitching to 'Dirty Harry' (Clint Eastwood), in producer-director William A. Wellman's tribute to the World War One flying corps, Lafayette Escadrille, 1958.
A young man adopted by Japanese-Americans becomes a hero in World War II in Hell to Eternity (1960).
American G.I. Dealey (David Janssen), headed into town on Christmas leave, meets an as-yet un-named Italian war orphan (David Kory), introducing him to Peewee (Arnold Stang), in Dondi, 1961, based on the famous comic strip.
A group of delinquents hold a sheriff hostage in the middle of a forest fire in Ring Of Fire (1961) starring David Janssen and Frank Gorshin.
Dealey (David Janssen) and buddies (Louis Quinn, Dick Patterson, Arnold Stang) send their Italian war orphan (David Kory) to wash up, when the Sergeant (Mickey Shaughnessy) arrives to inspect, in Dondi, 1961, from the popular comic strip.
On a date, Susie (Natalie Wood) and Andy (Tab Hunter) do some exposition and tangle a bit over their future, in The Girl He Left Behind, 1956, from a novel by Marion Hargrove.
Showgirl Carolyn (Dianne Foster) backstage with Madge (Diana Dors) and company, then on her second date with Arnold (David Janssen) in King Of The Roaring 20's -- The Story Of Arnold Rothstein, 1961.
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