Psychological study of an untried young Union soldier who panics in his first encounter with the enemy but regains his courage and emerges a hero. Based on Stephen Crane's novel.
A maverick con-man on the run from a femme fatale is mistaken for a fearless gunfighter in the wide-open mining town of Purgatory in this western comedy.
Captured on blu-ray at last comes "the greatest of all horror films" with "masterly special effects" (Danny Peary, Guide for the Film Fanatic). Memorable moments abound: a moviemaking expedition on a fantastic isle filled with dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures; the giant simian's lovestruck obsession with the film shoot's blonde starlet (scream queen Fay Wray); Kong's capture; his Manhattan rampage; and the fateful finale atop the Empire State Building, where Kong cradles his palm-sized beloved and swats at machine-gunning airplanes. "It was beauty killed the beast." But in these and other great scenes, King Kong lives forever.
Billy The Kid movie trailer - starring Johnny Mack Brown, Wallace Beery, Kay Johnson. Directed by King Vidor. Genre: Western
Rating: Not Rated
Robinson portrays a middle-aged clothing store cashier whose life is tragically changed when he becomes involved with Kitty (Joan Bennett), a predatory manipulating woman. He is a quiet and mild-mannered man, but his wife is a total shrew and so his chance meeting with Kitty leaves him easy prey for her schemes, which pull him deeper and deeper into a world of crime and deception. Events take an unexpected turn and the ending is one of those neat twists that go against the usual formula. This was a controversial film in its day and was banned for some time, probably because of the eventual fate of Robinson's character. One of those moody, darkly shadowed dramas at which Lang excels. A remake of Jean Renoir's La Chienne, adapted by Dudley Nichols.
Renegade Girl movie trailer - starring Jack Holt, Edward Brophy, Alan Curtis, Ann Savage, Russell Wade. Directed by William Berke. Theatrical Release Date: 12/25/1946
Rating: Not Rated
Capra's classic adaptation of Kaufman and Hart's story of an offbeat New York family. Winner of Best Picture Oscar!
When a con man (James Garner) sneaks off a train, he's mistaken for a gunman in Support Your Local Gunfighter (1971).
It takes all kinds of critters to make Farmer Vincent's fritters at Motel Hell (1980).
In this segment from the early 1990's, former WHNT News 19 reporter Dick Curtis meets a cow in Alabama known for taking a seat at the table.
Boom Town: Season 1: Episode 6 -- Jonny Na$h - Ladies' Man and Cream the Rapper perform Boom Town's closing credit track in a garden centre.
Boom Town: Season 1: Episode 5 -- Boasting some of the best chat up lines in the business, Jonny Na$h tries to knock the ladies dead with his unique no-holds-barred mating ritual.
Boom Town: Season 1: Episode 3 -- Louis is a butcher and part-time stripper. Rather than explain what he does for a living, he prefers to demonstrate it...
Boom Town: Season 1: Episode 4 -- Talina is a simple girl but she loves the finer things in life like luxury holidays and fast cars.
Boom Town: Season 1: Episode 3 -- Jonny Na$h will try anything to get closer to the ladies -- including dressing up in a mankini to show off his carefully honed body and unique gym exercise routines.
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