Little Big Man starring Martin Balsam, Richard Mulligan, Jeff Corey, Faye Dunaway, Dustin Hoffman, Chief Dan George
A beautiful embezzler meets up with mama's boy Norman Bates in the grand- daddy of all horror films. Perkins was so convincing as a psychopath that he spent the rest of his professional life living it down!
The 1941 attack of Pearl Harbor from the viewpoints of both American and Japanese directors. Exciting and realistic epic!
Thomas Berger's yarn of a 121-year-old man who recounts his life in the old west, including his part in the battle of Little Big Horn. Beautifully conceived mixture of humor and historical drama!
A parody of the Academy Award winning thriller loaded with zany fun, slapstick comedy, wicked satire and Dr. Animal Cannibal Pizza. Features a long list of guest stars.
A paroled psychopath sets out to get even with the attorney responsible for his conviction. Great cast with De Niro at his maniacal best, as well as Mitchum and Peck, who starred in the original 1961 version!
During the era of Prohibition, gangsters gained enormous power by controlling the illicit drink. The most infamous was a thug from Brooklyn who murdered his way to the top and was, for a time, one of the most powerful men in the United States. In this unusually accurate biography, small-time hood Al Capone (Rod Steiger) comes to Chicago at the dawn of Prohibition to be the bodyguard of racketeer Johnny Torrio. Capone's rise in Chicago gangdom is followed through murder, extortion, and political fraud. He becomes head of Chicago's biggest "business," but moves inexorably toward his downfall and ignominious end.
Herman Wouk's account of the experiences of a doomed-to-struggle actress in New York City. Fine cast, with some affecting romantic chemistry between Kelly and Wood.
After being released from prison, a psychopath seeks revenge on the prosecutor responsible for his conviction. Even surpasses Martin Scorsese's 1991 remake!
Agatha Christie's mystery about detective Hercule Poirot's investigation of the murder of an American industrialist aboard the renowned train in the 1930's. Classy all-star cast!
The true story of two Washington Post reporters, Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, who uncovered the Nixon-era Watergate scandal. Incredible cast, with an Oscar winning performance by Balsam!
Scene in which we finally meet the mother (Glenda Farrell) and young sister (Jan Norris), along with friend Marilyn (Lee Grant), of divorcee` Betty (Kim Novak), who's marrying her boss Jerry (Fredric March), in Middle Of The Night, 1959, written by Paddy Chayefsky.
It's not made clear until well into this scene that Rita (Joanne Woodward) is married to her optometrist Harry (Martin Balsam), early in Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams, 1973, directed by Gilbert Cates.
Credits having navigated in through Manhattan's garment district, meeting Kim Novak as receptionist 'Betty,' Fredric March as boss 'Jerry,' Ruby Bond, Lou Gilbert and Albert Dekker his crew, Delbert Mann directing from Paddy Chayefsky's screenplay, in Middle Of The Night, 1959.
Widower Manhattan apparel executive Jerry (Fredric March) not chatting but negotiating with divorced employee Betty (Kim Novak) about their romantic prospects, exactly as you'd expect in a Paddy Chayefsky script from his own play, in Middle Of The Night, 1959.
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