A ruthless New York columnist uses a pandering press agent in his scheme to end his sister's romance with a jazz musician. First-rate cast and script!
Crazy shenanigans aboard a World War II Navy cargo freighter. Great cast and an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture!
Leon Uris' account of the partnership of Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday to clean up Dodge City in the old west. Fine cast and script!
The men in blue uniforms are back! You have the right to sit back and ride along with the officers of Adam-12 as they patrol the streets of 1969 Los Angeles when Season Two of the groundbreaking Emmyr-nominated television series Adam-12, starring Martin Milner and McCord as intrepid Officers Pete Malloy and Jim Reed.
Three young women pursue acting and end up being destroyed by the very lifestyle they desired. Meanwhile, each of the ill-fated women end up using drugs called 'dolls' to survive their harrowing ordeal.
Exploring his newly inherited home, scientist Cyrus (Donald Woods), packing his dead uncle's ghost viewer glasses, comes away pretty sure the place is haunted, in producer/director William Castle's 13 Ghosts, 1960.
There's something witchy about the housekeeper (Margaret Hamilton) who shows Mr. Zorba (Donald Woods) where his uncle and her former boss died in William Castle's 13 Ghosts, 1960.
Ben (Martin Milner) joins the Zorba family (Donald Woods, Rosemary DeCamp, Jo Morrow and Charles Herbert) in an unsettling Ouija board experiment in director William Castle's 13 Ghosts, 1960.
Having had their furniture repossessed, the improbably named Zorba family (Donald Woods, Rosemary DeCamp, Jo Morrow and Charles Herbert) gets an urgent message in spooky fashion in 13 Ghosts, 1960.
A family inherits a house haunted by 13 ghosts and a living killer in William Castle's 13 Ghosts (1960).
Hilda (Rosemary DeCamp), Cyrus (Donald Woods)and young Buck (Charles Herbert) in William Castle's 13 Ghosts, 1960, part of the new William Castle Film Collection on DVD, available October 20th.
The unorthodox opening credit sequence for producer/director William Castle's 1960 family-oriented thriller 13 Ghosts.
MacGyver's fifth season marks somewhat of a change. He joins forces with arch-enemy Murdoc, takes a trip to the past ("Serenity") and to the future ("Passages").
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