An 11th-century Viking prince sails from Greenland to North America in search of his father--a Norse king who went on an earlier expedition and was captured by Indians. In HD.
The Starlight, a decrepit hotel run by Judd (Neville Brand), receives few customers. Perhaps it's the remote location in the Texas bayous or the man-eating crocodile in the backyard. But one steamy night finds the Starlight visited by a runaway prostitute (Roberta Collins, Death Race 2000), a young couple (Marilyn Burns and William Finley) and their child (Kyle Richards, Halloween), a dying father and his daughter (Mel Ferrer and Crystin Sinclaire), and sex-obsessed Buck (Robert Englund, A Nightmare on Elm Street), all of whom will experience an unforgettable night of terror.
Deep in the bayous of Louisiana resides the decrepit Starlight Hotel. Owned and operated by intensely lonely Judd, the Starlight receives few patrons. But one dark steamy night finds the Starlight visited by a runaway prostitute, a very strange young couple and their ward, a dying father and his daughter, and a sex-starved local named Buck.
John Wayne stars as an aging ornery cop sent from the rough-and-tumble beat of Chicago to merry ol' England to retrieve a fugitive racketeer. Richard Attenborough co-stars.
John Wayne cast aside his usual Western gear to portray a tough Irish-American detective on assignment in London to catch a crook who fled the United States to avoid extradition. Wayne's partner in criminal hunting is a British Inspector (Richard Attenborough) with a very different personal style. After a rough bit, they become partners and cooperate in a rousing batch of car chases, false and good leads, booby traps, etc., before they trap their man. Detective Wayne finds time for some heavy flirting with constable Judy Geeson (TO SIR, WITH LOVE), who would prefer that Wayne's flirting was considerably less heavy. Screenplay co-written by Christopher Trumbo (son of Dalton Trumbo).
One of Chris Marker's few fiction films, THE EMBASSY shows political dissidents seeking refuge in a foreign embassy after a military coup d'état in an unidentified country.
Audrey Hepburn received an Academy Award nomination for her portrayal of a photographer's blind wife who is trapped in her New York apartment by an evil trio, ready to murder her to retrieve a heroin-filled doll hidden in her apartment. Henry Mancini's music heightens the pitch as tension mounts. With Oscar-winner Alan Arkin ("Little Miss Sunshine," "Slums of Beverly Hills"), Emmy-winner Richard Crenna ("Sabrina," the "Rambo" movies) and Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. ("Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman," "Hot Shots!"). Directed by early "James Bond" director Terence Young ("Dr. No." "From Russia with Love").
Audrey Hepburn portrays a photographer's blind wife who is trapped in her apartment by an evil trio, ready to murder her to retrieve a heroin-filled doll hidden in her apartment.