Cold War comedy about a New England coastal town that becomes panic-stricken when a Russian submarine gets stranded there. Best Picture Oscar nominee is enhanced by an all-star ensemble!
Dark comedy about the citizens of a New England town who conceal the body of a man who one of them might be responsible for killing. MacLaine's screen debut!
Tremendous freak out by Dennis (Anthony Perkins) at work in the lumber mill, chewed out by boss Dick O'Neill, edited by William Ziegler with images of Tuesday Weld, from director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
Spiky conversation between Mrs. Stepanek (Beverly Garland) and daughter Sue Ann (Tuesday Weld) when her scheme to pass date Dennis (Anthony Perkins) off as a family friend falters, in director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
Anthony Perkins is the one in trouble after he convinces a small-town girl (Tuesday Weld) he's a secret agent in Pretty Poison (1968).
Tuesday Weld (as drill-teamer Sue Ann) in her memorable first appearance, Dennis (Anthony Perkins) observing, as the credits roll in the second scene from director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
Fake secret agent Dennis (Anthony Perkins) is planning to impress Sue Ann (Tuesday Weld) by sabotaging the mill when she unexpectedly raises the stakes, in director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
Mischievous parolee Dennis (Anthony Perkins) is talking crime with short-order cook Pete (Joseph Bova) when Sue Ann (Tuesday Weld) initiates their fateful first meeting in director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
Paroled patient Dennis (Anthony Perkins) is working his secret agent spell with plausible machismo on high schooler Sue Ann (Tuesday Weld) in an early scene from director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
Seems like Norman Bates is back, as Dennis (Anthony Perkins) is lectured and released by counselor Azenauer (John Randolph) at the opening of director Noel Black's Pretty Poison, 1968.
The Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Coming -- A Cold War spoof about a Russian submarine that runs aground just off a Nantucket-like isle, whose residents distrust mainlanders?let alone commies! When the commander and some of his crew venture ashore for help, the town fights back against the Russian 'invasion' with all its might. Fortunately, World War 3 is averted when the Russians and the villagers band together to rescue young Johnny Whittaker from falling to his doom. From the novel 'The off-Islanders' by Nathaniel Benchley.
The Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Coming -- Trailer for this classic comedy
Trailer for The Trouble with Harry.
Academy Award winner Edmund Gwenn, John Forsythe, Mildred Natwick and Jerry Mathers star in this charming comedy mystery. The trouble with Harry is that he's dead, and while no one really minds, everyone feels responsible. Academy Award winner Shirley MacLaine makes her screen debut in this New England romp that includes romance, humor...and several unearthings of the corpse.
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