Little Big Man starring Martin Balsam, Richard Mulligan, Jeff Corey, Faye Dunaway, Dustin Hoffman, Chief Dan George
Amusing tale of a cattleman whose impending divorce is complicated by the mutual attraction between his daughter and his housekeeper's son. Two of the Duke's kids appear here!
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A teenager can't resist the lure of competitive BMX bike racing, at the risk of blowing his SATs. "Rad" as in "raddled"!
Thomas Berger's yarn of a 121-year-old man who recounts his life in the old west, including his part in the battle of Little Big Horn. Beautifully conceived mixture of humor and historical drama!
Gene Hackman returns in his Oscar award-winning role as the hard-hitting detective Popeye Doyle. Doyle travels to Marseilles in pursuit of the heroin dealers who he hit, but failed to kill in New York. In the south of France, he is kidnapped by the dealers and forced to become as addict in captivity. But Popeye is too tough to be beaten and when he is finally set free, he quits the junk cold turkey and undergoes an agonizing withdrawal. After he comes clean, he goes after his enemy Charnier, the heroin dealing king pin, played by Fernando Rey. He burns down the hotel where he was held hostage, survives a shootout and finally does away with his enemies once and for all.
In the post-Civil War Rio Grande, Union and Confederate officers join forces against a band of Mexican revolutionaries.
A poor little boy wins a ticket to visit the inside of a mysterious and magical chocolate factory. When he experiences the wonders inside the factory, the boy discovers that the entire visit is a test of his character. Special Features: 'Scrumptious Documentary' Pure Imagination: The Story of Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory, Mouth Watering Commentary With The Wonka Kids, 4 Sing-Along Songs, Vintage 1971 Featurette, Stills Gallery, Theatrical Trailer
William Holden gives a heroic, cool-under-fire performance as the leader of WWII's renowned 1st Special Service Force in this fact-based, battle-filled saga that also stars Cliff Robertson.
Suave cop Tony (Chevy Chase) brings fragile witness Gloria (Goldie Hawn) to his Sausalito house-boat, and deftly explains about Monica, in writer-director Colin Higgins' Foul Play, 1978.
Burt Reynolds is dying so he hires loony Dom DeLuise to kill him in the comedy The End (1978).
Director Hal Needham, A.M.P.A.S. Board Of Governors First Vice President Cheryl Boone Isaacs, and documentarians D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus on what makes the Academy Awards special.
Gloria (Goldie Hawn) ducks into a bar fleeing assailants where she turns to baffled Stanley (Dudley Moore, in his Hollywood breakthrough role) for protection in writer-director Colin Higgins' Foul Play, 1978.
Much story progress as Jack (Dustin Hoffman, also narrating) assures Old Lodge Skins (Chief Dan George) he's ready to fight, then gets captured and meets Rev. Pendrake (Thayer David) in Arthur Penn's Little Big Man, 1970.
Bandit (Burt Reynolds) has already persuaded Cledus (Jerry Reed) to undertake the daredevil beer run from Georgia to Texarkana and back, so this is mostly fluff, plus the introduction of the Trans Am, in Smokey And The Bandit, 1977.
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