Satire about a Southern California hairdresser's busy love life. Scathingly funny references to 1960's mores!
Director Hal Ashby working in the dark, co-writer and producer Warren Beatty and Lee Grant (in her academy award-winning role) his subjects, in the famous opening to Shampoo, 1975, also starring Julie Christie and Goldie Hawn.
Called away from another tryst elsewhere in LA, November 1968, hair stylist George (co-writer and producer Warren Beatty) visits needy Jill (Goldie Hawn, her first scene) at her Laurel Canyon pad, in director Hal Ashby's Shampoo, 1975.
George (Warren Beatty) has just finished doing a cut for former girlfriend Jackie (Julie Christie) and decides to get friendly when Lester (Jack Warden), her current lover and his potential financier, who presumes he's gay, turns up, Hal Ashby directing, in Shampoo, 1975.
Warren Beatty plays a Hollywood hairdresser who does clients as well as hairdos during the late 1960's in Shampoo, 1975, with Julie Christie and Lee Grant in an Academy Award-winning role.
A nurse and her husband conspire to collect a rich inheritance in William Castle's Homicidal (1961).
Promising singer Connie Francis has to choose between show business and marriage while Looking For Love (1964).
Homicidal -- A pretty but rather strange young nurse presides over a creepy household which consists of a mute stroke victim and a decidedly unmacho young man. HOMICIDAL! is directed by William Castle.
Homicidal -- A woman with a dark and terrifying secret kills a justice of the peace, and it is up to the police to figure out not only who did it, but figure out why.
Looking for Love -- A middle-age space stallion searches for true love... on the Internet.
Trailer for the 1961 classic Homicidal.
The brutal stabbing murder of a justice-of-the-peace sparks an investigation of dark family secrets in a sleepy small town in Southern California.
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