After being released from prison, a psychopath seeks revenge on the prosecutor responsible for his conviction. Even surpasses Martin Scorsese's 1991 remake!
The original classic! Taut thriller finds a lawyer's family sadistically harassed by a man he helped convict - a brutal sex offender whose actions spiral dangerously out of control!
Howard The Duck starring Tim Robbins, Ed Gale, Chip Zien, Jeffrey Jones, Lea Thompson, Paul Guilfoyle
Unfunny comedy about an army tank operator who goes to Kuwait to try out new weaponry. Murphy publicly regretted getting involved in this bomb!
Introduction of Gregory Peck as Lt. Clemons, lobbied by Forstman (Harry Guardino), accompanied by Fedderson (George Peppard), who wants to be rotated out, as negotiations to end the Korean Conflict proceed, in Lewis Milestone's Pork Chop Hill, 1959.
New York, 1940, singer Michael (Dean Martin) hosting a party at his swanky apartment, girlfriend Margaret (Barbara Rush) entertaining new friend Noah (Montgomery Clift), who spills some beans then gets introduced to Hope (Hope Lange), in The Young Lions, 1958.
From a scene with co-star Marlon Brando and fellow Nazis peacefully taking Paris, to New York, where we meet notably un-youthful Michael (Dean Martin) and Noah (Montgomery Clift) at the draft board, with differing intentions, in Edward Dmytryk's The Young Lions, 1958, from the Irwin Shaw nove... more
Reticent Nazi officer Christian (Marlon Brando), unhappy policing civilians in occupied Paris, asks for a transfer from his friend and superior officer Hardenburg (Maximiliam Schell), in The Young Lions, 1958, Edward Dmytryk directing, from Irwin Shaw's novel.
The second scene, New Year's 1938 in the Bavarian Alps, where ski instructor Christian (Marlon Brando) has convinced visiting American Margaret (Barbara Rush) to stay for the party, ugly politics intruding, in Edward Dmytryk's The Young Lions, 1958, from the Irwin Shaw novel.
Lt. Clemons (Gregory Peck) has a life-or-death encounter with the insubordinate soldier Franklin (Woody Strode) in director Lewis Milestone's Pork Chop Hill, 1959.
Lt. Clemons (Gregory Peck) talks to an unseen commander (Barry Atwater), issues orders, and dismisses the forgetful Pvt. Velle (Robert Blake) in Lewis Milestone's Korean War drama Pork Chop Hill, 1959.
It's not made clear why the Chinese broadcasters know they are addressing 'King' company but, we meet Franklin (Woody Strode), queried by Velie (Robert Blake) then challenged by Clemons (Gregory Peck), in the opening assault in Lewis Milestone's Korean War drama Pork Chop Hill, 1959.
40 Pounds of Trouble -- Hilarity ensues when a casino manager spends a day at Disneyland with a cute but troublesome little girl.
Conquest of the Planet of the Apes -- In a futuristic society where ape slavery has taken over the world, Caesar, the son of the late simians Cornelius and Zira, surfaces after almost 20 years in hiding out from the authorities, and prepares for a slave revolt against humanity.
Conquest of the Planet of the Apes -- A talking chimpanzee in the distant future leads his fellow apes in a revolution against the tyrannical humans who have enslaved him.
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