Wayne reprises his Oscar-winning role in "True Grit". This time, the aging lawman helps a spinster track down the desperados who killed her father.
Those old-time horror comic books come alive in this morbidly funny series of screen tales, written by Stephen King (who also stars in one!). Just like the pulp comics, these stories are gooey, gory and a guaranteed gross-out!
I don't even touch my wife's face.
I will always be the big brother.
Preview Beverly catching Erica hanging out with the cool mom.
Beverly Goldberg pretends to be the new girl in school in order to help Barry.
Murray Goldberg gets tired of answering the door and decides to leave the bowl of candy outside.
How did you make tears so fast?
Preview Beverly advising Adam on the next episode of The Goldbergs
Preview Adam creating a mix tape on the next episode of The Goldbergs
Further explorations into the old mine, Roger (Jeff Harlan) and Mark (Fred McCarren), guided by Dan (Med Flory) discover evidence of the legendary local disaster, in The Boogens, 1982.
Spooky old man (Jon Lormer) lurking outside, landlady Martha (Marcia Reider) explaining how her car broke down, then settling in for the night, she thinks, in The Boogens, 1982.
Opening scenes with genial vulgarity, young mine engineers Roger (Jeff Harlan) and Mark (Fred McCarren) with veterans Dan (Med Flory) and Brian (John Crawford) exploring an old shaft in The Boogens, 1982.
John Wayne and Katharine Hepburn star in their one movie together, Rooster Cogburn (1975), a sequel to the Academy Award-winning True Grit.
Having just evaded another pack of bill collectors, struggling New York poet Samson Shillitoe (Sean Connery) flees to the apartment where, he discovers, his wife Rhoda (Joanne Woodward), isn't ready to join his escape, in A Fine Madness, 1966.
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