Guns That Won The West movie trailer - starring Dennis Morgan, Paula Raymond, Richard Denning, Chris O'Brien, Robert Bice, Michael Morgan. Directed by William Castle. Genre: Non-Fiction
Rating: Not Rated
What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice? -- Open-ended Trailer from Palomar
Good Times -- Clip: Good Times
Good Times -- Strippers. Drugs. All Night Bender. An evening in an Atlantic City Gentlemen's Club gone horribly wrong... Some stories are better left untold.
The Chase -- This steamy pot-boiler follows the intrigues surrounding an escaped convict who attempts to return to the small southern town where he was raised. THE CHASE boasts Brando as a disillusioned sheriff, Dickinson as his unhappy wife, Redford as the wrongly convicted criminal and Fonda as his misbehavedwife.
The Chase -- The escape of Bubber Reeves from prison affects the inhabitants of a small Southern town.
War hero-turned-movie star Audie Murphy plays himself in this action-packed dramatization of the heroics that made him World War II's most decorated soldier.
Trailer for the 1955 classic To Hell and Back.
Autobiographical account of Army veteran-turned-actor, Audie Murphy, the most decorated soldier of World War II, who later went on to become an actor in Hollywood.
Crooks Johnny (Johnny Cash) and Dorella (Vic Tayback) begin their stake-out of the house where unsuspecting Nancy (Cay Forester) and Bobbie (Ron Howard) are doing breakfast, in Five Minutes To Live, 1960.
Things starting to get twisted, Johnny (Johnny Cash) indulging some kinky attitudes with his hostage Nancy (Cay Forester), with cuts away to his partner at the bank (Vic Tayback) in Five Minutes To Live, 1960.
Country legend Merle Travis plays the flunky who introduces crook Dorella (Vic Tayback) to thug Johnny (Johnny Cash) and his suspicious girlfriend Doris (Midge Ware) in Five Minutes To Live, 1960.
Johnny (Johnny Cash) and Fred (Vic Tayback) launch their hostage-bank robbery operation, Nancy Wilson (Cay Forester, the credited screenwriter) their first victim, in Five Minutes To Live, 1960.
Vic Tayback (as Fred Dorella) opening with his recollections of the mad criminal Johnny Cabot (Johnny Cash), who does a song under the credits, in Five Minutes To Live, 1960.
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