Brian uncovers a drug ring made up of midgets disguised as children.
Believing his political career is over, Senator Jay Bulworth takes out an enormous insurance policy and a contract on his own life. His impending death fills him with an outrageous desire to break the rules and tell it like it is. A strategy that suddenly makes life worth living.
A middle class, middle aged New Yorker must face an uncertain future when he loses his job. Classic Lemmon. Based on the play by Neil Simon with early performances by Stallone and Abraham.
The men of the 12th Precinct are back for another season of big laughs and bad coffee! Fires, blackouts, smog, elections. The third season gives a wild look at New York City during one of its most dynamic times, the late `70s, an era before the term "politically correct" existed. Join Hal Linden as wise police Captain Barney Miller along with Officers Fish (Abe Vigoda), Wojo (Max Gail), Harris (Ron Glass), Yemana (Jack Soo) and guest stars Dietrich (Steve Landesberg), Officer Levitt (Ron Carey) and Inspector Luger (James Gregory) in this hilarious Emmyr-winning comedy. With a station of wacky misfits and wild New Yorkers, the third season is full of guest stars including Billy Barty (UHF), James Cromwell (TV's "24"), Doris Roberts (TV's "Everybody Loves Raymond"), Brett Somers (TV's "Match Game"), and Michael Tucci (Grease). So funny it's criminal, BARNEY MILLER: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON is a must-have for any DVD collection!
Barney Miller clip - starring Hal Linden, Max Gail, Ron Glass, Steve Landesberg, Ron Carey.
Jack Lemmon and Anne Bancroft play a newly unemployed executive and his wife in Neil Simon's comedy The Prisoner of Second Avenue (1975).
Until now Mahoney (Paul Sorvino) has been seen lurking in backgrounds, here he has engaged DeMilo (Fritz Weaver), head of the institute behind the research Terrell (George C. Scott, with his wife Trish Van Devere playing his wife) is conducting, in Mike Nichols' The Day Of The Dolphin, 1973.
Hopping a train, Nick (Warren Beatty) has persuaded flunkie Oscar (Jack Nicholson) to marry heiress Frankie (Stockard Channing), who's out cold, to evade Mann Act violations, early in Mike Nichols' The Fortune, 1975.
DeMilo (Fritz Weaver) has just told scientist Terrell (George C. Scott) that there's a risk of losing his funding, so he decides to reveal what he's gotten his dolphins to do, a big story point, in Mike Nichols' The Day Of The Dolphin, 1973.
Sandy Dennis has a rough time as a novice teacher in an inner-city school in Up the Down Staircase (1967).
Dopey Oscar (Jack Nicholson) meets hung-over heiress Freddie (Stockard Channing), who doesn't remember marrying him, and scheming Nicky (Warren Beatty), who hired him to stand-in, on the train on the morning after in The Fortune, 1975.
Snuck-in after an illicit night out, Nick (Warren Beatty) and stand-in husband Oscar (Jack Nicholson), an advocate of new-age thought, are served by heiress spouse Freddie (Stockard Channing), in Mike Nichols' The Fortune, 1975.
Opening sequence, in which the circumstances of leading man George C. Scott's speech are not revealed, Paul Sorvino among the observers in cut-aways, from Buck Henry's screenplay with Mike Nichols directing, in The Day Of The Dolphin, 1973.
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