Film version of Neil Simon's Broadway musical about a dancehall hostess in search of true love. Fosse's directorial debut!
Lucy And Desi: Before The Laughter movie trailer - starring Frances Fisher, Robin Pearson Rose, John Wheeler, Maurice Benard. Directed by Charles Jarrott. Genre: Drama
Based on true events, "Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here", tells the story of one of the last Western manhunts, in 1909. Willie Boy, a Native American, kills his girlfriend's father in self defense, and the two go on the run, pursued by a search posse led by Sheriff Christopher Cooper.
Amos and Theodore (Tim Conway and Don Knotts) do some arithmetic and strategizing as they ride into a new town at the opening of Disney's The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again, 1979.
Guest stars to the fore as spinster Ruth Buzzi witnesses a bank robbery, soldier Tim Matheson fails at chivalry and events conspire against Amos and Theodore (Tim Conway and Don Knotts) in The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again, 1979.
Amos and Theodore (Tim Conway and Don Knotts) witness some knockout political theater by Grand Junction Sheriff Wooly Bill Hitchcock (Kenneth Mars) in Disney's The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again, 1979.
Straight out of the gate, arguing principals Wilma (Angie Dickinson), Polly (Robbie Lee) and Billy Jean (Susan Sennett) into opening credits for director Steve Carver's Big Bad Mama, 1974.
Wilma (Angie Dickinson) at the races with Fred (Tom Skerrit) and daughters (Susan Sennett, Robbie Lee) meets Kentucky gentleman Baxter (William Shatner) in Big Bad Mama, 1974.
Wilma (Angie Dickinson), Baxter (William Shatner), the girls (Susan Sennett, Robbie Lee) and Fred (Tom Skerritt) arrive in California, meet an orange grower and plan another job, in Big Bad Mama, 1974.
In which Wilma (Angie Dickinson), Billy Jean (Susan Sennett), and Polly (Robbie Lee), (wearing jeans in '1930-something'), with Fred (Tom Skerritt), pull a job, from the Roger Corman-produced Big Bad Mama, 1974.
Billy Jean (Susan Sennettt) and Polly (Robbie Lee) are undertaking a new trade for a redneck patriot crowd when Wilma (Angie Dickinson) intervenes, in the Roger Corman depression-crime quickie Big Bad Mama, 1974.
Yo Gabba Gabba!: Season 1: Episode 12 -- This isn't about moving locations it's about locomotion and all the different ways to enjoy movement.
Guest Star: Tony Hawk
A rebellious Native American races to elude a bloodthirsty posse in Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here (1969) starring Robert Blake and Robert Redford.
Ugoku -- Ugoku means simply move. It doesn t pretend to have a plot, but develops a sort of undiluted visual and sonic drama instead. Pounding rhythms and well over a thousand elaborately altered and combined, mostly hand-colored clips rise to crescendo after crescendo in a Himalayan range of peak experiences. A bizarre legion of ever-evolving characters culled from hundreds of found footage sources move with heart-pounding, eye-popping precision to intense beats while kaleidoscopic arrays of colors explode like digital mescaline. This Warhol meets Escher hybrid film+animation unfolds in a surrealistic, multi-dimensional vortex that gives 'rock the body' a new meaning. Every element of each image: movement, gesture, color, tempo, etc., is reanimated and synchronized to specific sounds in the music, creating layered and hypnotic psychotropic rhythms which in a normal state of consciousness would go otherwise unnoticed. Objects and characters are placed in unexpected contexts and tiers revealing entirely new structural formations, penetrating meanings and subliminal interpretations. 'Like a Tool video on acid.'
When a con man (James Garner) sneaks off a train, he's mistaken for a gunman in Support Your Local Gunfighter (1971).
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