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Soldier In The Rain movie trailer - starring Steve McQueen, Jackie Gleason, Tuesday Weld, Tony Bill, Tom Poston, Ed Nelson. Directed by Ralph Nelson. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
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Sgt. Clay (Steve McQueen) delivers a cleaning detail to his chosen role-model Master Sgt. Slaughter (Jackie Gleason), the two then trading new underwear for wisdom, in Soldier In The Rain, 1963, Ralph Nelson directing from the William Goldman novel.
Opening with star Steve McQueen as marine Eustis, twang turned up to ten, with buddy Meltzer (Tony Bill), then butting heads with M-P's Lenahan (Lew Gallo) and Priest (Ed Nelson), screenplay by Maurice Richlin and Blake Edwards from William Goldman's novel, in Soldier In The Rain, 1963.
Clay (Steve McQueen) in another get-rich-quick scheme has Meltzer (Tony Bill) running pre-dawn time trials when M-P Lenahan (Lew Gallo) speeds by with date Bobby Jo (Tuesday Weld), police chief (Paul Hartman) taking over until bad guy Priest (Ed Nelson) shows up, in Soldier In The Rain, 1963.
Charlton Heston and Henry Fonda star in Midway (1976), a spectacular re-creation of the World War II battle that turned the tide for the U.S. in the Pacific.
There's Something About Mary -- A man gets a chance to meet up with his dream girl from highschool, even though his date with her back then was a complete disaster.
A Bucket of Blood -- Walter Paisley, nerdy busboy at a Bohemian caf , is jealous of the talent (and popularity) of its various artistic regulars...
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Airport 1975 -- A 747 in flight collides with a small plane, and is rendered pilotless. Somehow the control tower must get a pilot aboard so the jet can land.
A Bucket of Blood -- A nebbish waiter at a beatnik cafe longs to fit in with the artistic patrons but he lacks the skills or personality.
A Bucket of Blood -- When bumbling busboy Walter Paisley (Dick Miller) tries his hand at sculpting he accidentally kills a cat and covers it with clay. It becomes a celebrated work of art and soon Walter has moved on to killing people and is the hit of the local art scene. Director Corman shot this black comedy cult classic in an amazing five days for $50,000 and perfectly satirizes the world of contemporary art.
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