An astronaut returns from a Mars mission infected with alien DNA. Now he's on a mission to find a mate. There is only one on earth and she's a knockout.
A young boy is delivered from the arms of his over protective mother into the passenger seat of his eccentric father's 1949 Pontiac Chief. Their ride together becomes the adventure of a lifetime!
A teacher comes up against the ghost of a boy that inhabits the house he just moved into. Fine cast in a quality horror flick!
True story of a mentally handicapped young man who was sentenced to death for his friend's murder of a policeman during a crime they were committing in 1950's London.
Peter O’Toole gives a tour-de-force performance as Jack, a man “cured” of believing he’s God—only to become Jack the Ripper incarnate.
Wisecracking Axel Foley is again drawn to Beverly Hills where he pursues counterfeiters through an unnamed Southern California theme park.
The heroic son of the famous fighter for justice is incapacitated by an injury, forcing his foppish brother to don his cape.
Kaleidoscope movie trailer - starring Susannah York, Warren Beatty, Clive Revill, Eric Porter, Murray Melvin, George Sewell. Directed by Jack Smight. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
No one expected Jack (Peter O'Toole) to arrive for the reading of his father's will, much less in this fashion, in his first appearance in The Ruling Class, 1972, directed by Peter Medak, from Peter Barnes' play.
Harry Andrews (with a bunch of other Earls), paraphrasing Shakespeare offers a toast, leading to opening credits for Peter Medak's The Ruling Class, 1972, from Peter Barnes' play, starring Peter O'Toole.
Still robed, Jack (Peter O'Toole) explains to Lady Claire (Coral Browne) how he came to consider himself God, before Tucker (Arthur Lowe) and Sir Charles (William Mervyn) drop in, in Peter Medak's The Ruling Class, 1972.
The nuttier end of the opening appearance by the 13th Earl (Harry Andrews), a judge, seeking some private pleasure, in Peter Medak's The Ruling Class, 1972, from Peter Barnes' play, starring Peter O'Toole.
The story of David Copperfield, whom we follow from birth to manhood, is set to charm audiences in this new adaptation. With an all-star cast and the finest production values, David Copperfield follows the young hero as his experiences bring him into contact with an extraordinary range of sinister and benevolent characters. From Pegotty, the devoted servant of David's poor mamma, to the sadistic Mr. Murdstone, unctuous Uriah Heap, and eternal optimist Mr. Micawber, these are among Dickens' most enduringly popular creations.
A crucial clue leads the FBI to a suspect's apartment, where an explosive surprise awaits.
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