Another body-switching comedy. This one involves an executive and his young son. Good casting makes this one worth seeing!
Harry Carey Jr. arrives to tell Billy (Chuck Courtney) and others about the stagecoach taken by Indians, John Carradine the vampire having assumed the identity of one of the victims, young Eva (Hannie Landman) knowing better, mostly confusion in Billy The Kid Vs. Dracula, 1966.
Squeaky bat lurks as Betty (Melinda Plowman) snoozes, guest (Virginia Christine) guarding, then exposition with Billy (Chuck Courtney), who has more trouble with treacherous ranch hands (Bing Russell, Lennie Geer), in producer Carroll Case's hybrid programmer Billy The Kid Vs. Dracula, 1966.
Frontiersmen Hunt and Edwards are out-of-doors and out of their league as they try to overtake Lewis and Clark and be the first to blaze a trail across the American continent.
A rafting vacation turns into a white water nightmare when two criminals hijack a former river guide and her family while making their escape from a robbery. Great acting and action in the same picture.
Almost Heroes -- A road comedy about 2 guys whose mission is to beat Lewis and Clark.
Hard Times -- Chaney (Charles Bronson) bare knuckle boxes his way through New Orleans with Speed Weed (James Coburn) a fast talking promoter. It s '30s grit with '70s bloody visceral poetry.
Cotton Comes to Harlem -- Ossie Davis makes his directorial debut a smashing success in the trend-setting action crime comedy Cotton Comes To Harlem.
Vice Versa -- A stressed-out department store executive and his 11-year-old son switch bodies.
Vice Versa -- Marshall Seymour, an Executive Vice President for one of Chicago's most prestigious department stores, is a divorced, stressed-out workaholic with little time for his 11-year-old son, Charlie. But when the two find themselves under the influence of an ill-gotten mystical skull, they become much closer . . . mostly due to the fact that their minds have switched bodies.
Cotton Comes to Harlem -- Open-ended Trailer from Warner Bros.
Hard Times -- Open-ended Trailer from Columbia
Protocol -- One briefcase...contents unknown... destination, to be determined.
Almost Heroes -- Matthew Perry and Chris Farley star in this outrageous 1800's-set trail comedy that follows American pioneers Edwards & Hunt as they lead a motley band of misfits into uncharted country.
Hard Times -- A street fighter during the Great Depression meets with a slick promoter to make some quick money in New Orleans.
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