I Dream Of Jeannie: Season 4 clip - starring Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke.
I Dream Of Jeannie clip - starring Barbara Eden, Larry Hagman, Bill Daily, Hayden Rorke.
The star of a third-rate theatrical troupe in Miami catches the attention of a Broadway songwriter.
As two best friends on the world's wackiest construction crew, Harry Dickens (John Astin) and Arch Fenster (Marty Ingels) really 'nail' the humor in Volume One of this long-lost 1962 TV comedy. Join them and a whole toolbox of unforgettable characters, including appearances by Harvey Korman, Ellen Burstyn, Lee Meriwether and Yvonne Craig, before they were stars.
Divorcee Nelson Downes (Jason Robards Jr.) is determined make a point to his new pal, the soon-to-be-divorced Richard Sherman (Dick Van Dyke) in Bud Yorkin and Norman Lear's Divorce American Style, 1967.
Richard (Dick Van Dyke) and Barbara (Debbie Reynolds) segue from a spat into a dinner party in the opening scene from Bud Yorkin and Norman Lear's Divorce American Style, 1967.
An L-A traffic montage, a conductor taking up a position in the Hollywood Hills, and Norman Lear's stinging marital dialogues set the stage for Divorce American Style, 1967.
Barbara (Debbie Reynolds) is advised to grab the money as she and Richard (Dick Van Dyke) near divorce, leading to a musical-financial interlude in Bud Yorkin and Norman Lear's Divorce American Style, 1967.
Jeannie is back for a magical third season of I Dream of Jeannie. This time, she has Tony's close friend Roger in on her schemes, she battles her evil sister and continues to try to win the heart of her master, Tony.
Based on the 1967 best-selling suspense novel by Ira Levin, this new adaptation of 'Rosemary's Baby' centers on a young married couple who escapes New York and moves to Paris with hopes of leaving their sad past behind. After a series of unfortunate events, Rosemary and Guy Woodhouse are presented with an offer they can't refuse - an apartment at the most prestigious address in the city. Problem is, it comes with a haunted past and an immeasurable price.
Rosemary (Zoe Saldana, 'Avatar,' 'Star Trek Into Darkness') and Guy (Patrick J. Adams, 'Suits') are incredulous at their good fortune and find comfort in a strange city among their new friends and neighbors, the Castevets. This well-to-do successful older couple takes the newcomers under their wing and become very involved with the Woodhouses' lives. Things seem to be perfect as Rosemary becomes pregnant and Guy's career takes off. As their spirited best friend, Guy's co-worker Julie (Christina Cole), spends quality time with Rosemary in the city, she finds Rosemary's health worrying and cautions both of them that something isn't right. Soon there are other signs warning Rosemary to be careful.
Guy seems to be pulling away from Rosemary and spending a great deal of time hanging around with Roman Castevet (Jason Isaacs, 'Harry Potter' franchise). Roman's wife, the whimsical Margaux Castevet (Carole Bouquet, 'For Your Eyes Only'), assures Rosemary her herbs and holistic medicine will help with the pregnancy, but are they helping or hurting? Rosemary's quizzical nature leads her to investigate the building and its past residents. She uncovers a dark past and realizes who Roman Castevet truly is. But is it too late? Are the Castavets' perceived sinister motives legitimate or all in the pregnancy brain of Rosemary?
In this new four-hour, two-part psychological thriller written by Scott Abbott ('Queen of t
Rosemary's Baby: : -- Watch a first look at the modern 4 hour mini-series adaptation of the classic novel by Ira Levin, focusing on young Rosemary Woodhouse's suspicions that her neighbors may belong to a Satanic cult who are hell bent on getting one thing: the baby she is carrying.
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