The first screen appearance of British agent James Bond, in which he comes face-to-face with an evil scientist while investigating a comrade's death in Jamaica.
A woman contemplates trying to tell her husband she is pregnant yet again, her attempts puncuated by her own fears and fantasies.
Emmy Award-winner Ben Gazzara ("Happiness," "The Big Lebowski") portrays a convicted killer who, when he receives a reprieve from a date with the electric chair, goes on to find redemption in prison. An all-star cast provides strong support in this drama based on a true story. Also starring Emmy Award-winner Ray Walston (TV's "Picket Fences," "Fast Times at Ridgemont High"), Academy Award-winner Rod Steiger ("In the Heat of the Night," "On the Waterfront"), Academy Award-winner Broderick Crawford ("All the King's Men," "Born Yesterday"), and Hollywood legends Sammy Davis, Jr. ("Ocean's Eleven," "Robin and the Seven Hoods") and Vincent Price ("Edward Scissorhands," "House on Haunted Hill"). Written and directed by Academy Award-nominee Millard Kaufman ("Bad Day at Black Rock," Raintree County").
Navy office workers scheme to build a recreation hall on a remote Pacific island in the military comedy Don't Go Near The Water (1957) starring Glenn Ford.
James Garner thinks World War II is over but it's all a charade concocted by the Nazis in 36 Hours (1965).
The team at an Antarctic station try to fly in a planeload of girls in Quick, Before It Melts (1965).
Future cop Charlton Heston uncovers the deadly secret behind a mysterious synthetic food in Soylent Green (1973).
Buddwing (James Garner) and 'The Blonde' (Jean Simmons) are pursuing their scavenger hunt when Hank (Raymond St. Jacques) invites them to a gambling joint in Mister Buddwing, 1966.
Angelo (Frank Sinatra) beginning his routine at the New Congress Club, annoyed by Judson (Ernest Borgnine) on piano, Prewitt (Montgomery Clift) being shown around by Annette (Jean Willes), until he spies 'Lorene' (Donna Reed), in From Here To Eternity, 1953.
Having sneaked on to Crab Key overnight, Bond (Sean Connery) is awakened by statuesque shell-hunter Honey (Ursula Andress) in the first James Bond feature Dr. No, 1963.
An imprisoned man gets several offers to help him escape, if he will reveal where the $1.5 million he stole from the mob is hidden in The Slams (1973).
The impressive opening montage and first scene featuring future-cop Thorn (Charlton Heston) and roommate Sol (Edward G. Robinson) from Soylent Green, 1973, directed by Richard Fleischer.
Opening title sequence for the first James Bond feature Dr. No, 1963, starring Sean Connery, and introducing three Jamaican 'blind mice' who are up to no good.
Investigating the death of a girl he barely knew, Mike Hammer (Robert Bray) introduces himself to stripper Maria (Gina Core), in My Gun Is Quick, 1957, from the Mickey Spillane novel.
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