Star Trek clip - starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley. Directed by Gene Roddenberry. Theatrical Release Date: 11/13/2007
A meek and mild bank teller awakens one morning from a disturbing dream, in which he has killed a man, only to find that his dream may well have been real. Was he sleepwalking? Was he hypnotized? The suspense never lets up in this film noir original (later remade as Nightmare with Edward G. Robinson) as the story unravels to reveal an eerie tale of murder and mind control. This preferred version stars a young Deforest Kelley (later of Star Trek fame) in his feature film debut.
Adm. James T. Kirk assumes command of the Enterprise and finds himself facing his old nemesis.
The crew of the Starship Enterprise travels back in time to 20th-century San Francisco, where two humpback whales hold the key to Earth's future survival. Funniest installment of the series!
Intense Western drama starring Robert Taylor as a former bank robber who now works as a lawman in a New Mexico town. When he discovers that ex-partner Richard Widmark is about to be hung, he stops the execution, but a less-than-grateful Widmark forces Taylor to help him find loot hidden years earlier.
Raintree County movie trailer - starring Elizabeth Taylor, Lee Marvin, Eva Marie Saint, Rod Taylor, Agnes Moorehead, Montgomery Clift. Directed by Edward Dmytryk. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
When Frank Sinatra and Deborah Kerr accidentally get divorced, she winds up married to Dean Martin in Marriage On The Rocks (1965)
Rory Calhoun (as Cole Hillman) lays down the law for fellow ranchers and rabbits in Night of the Lepus (1972).
DeForest Kelley (as Elgin Clark) in his first post-Star Trek feature delivers alarming news about rabbits to scientists Janet Leigh and Stuart Whitman in Night of the Lepus (1972).
Young Amanda and Jackie's (Melanie Fullerton and Chris Morrell) visit to a mine gives the girl nightmares in Night of the Lepus (1972).
Veteran actor Paul Fix (as Sheriff Cody) considers the facts relating to a trucker's bloody misadventure in Night of the Lepus (1972).
A newscast (delivered by Jerry Dunphy) frames the premise for Night of the Lepus, (1972) directed by William F. Claxton.
Opening credit sequence for the science-fiction thriller Night of the Lepus (1972) starring Stuart Whitman and Janet Leigh, from a novel by Russell Braddon.
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