True story of Ferdinand Waldo Demara, a high-school dropout who illegally posed as a variety of professionals in the 1950s.
An American journalist in Japan prior to World War II endangers his life when he discovers the nation's evil plans.
War story with a romantic subplot about a World War II commander's regiment taking on Asian forces.
At a Catholic mission in China, long-awaited "Father O'Shea" proves to be a tough guy, disturbingly attractive to mission nurse Anne.
God Is My Co-Pilot movie trailer - starring Alan Hale, Dennis Morgan, Raymond Massey, Dane Clark, John Ridgely, Andrea King. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
China's Great Wall movie trailer - Genre: Documentary
Rating: Not Rated
Fact-based account of American PT boat captains who took on the Japanese after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Colorized version available.
Claire Phillips is an American nightclub singer working in Singapore in the early 1940s, when the Japanese attack and take over the island country. Now trapped, and widowed since her husband was killed in the Bataan Death March, Claire agrees to aid an American secret agent in fighting the occupying Japanese troops. She is captured by the enemy, tortured, and sentenced to be shot, but is rescued at the last minute by her American contact. This war-time tale is based on the true story of Americas own "Mata Hari" of the South Pacific, and stars Ann Dvorak ("Scarface," "Flame of Barbary Coast") as Claire Phillips, Gene Evans ("Operation Petticoat," "Shock Corridor") as the American secret agent, and Douglas Kennedy ("Dark Passage," "The Fastest Guitar Alive"), Philip Ahn (TVs "Kung Fu," "Thoroughly Modern Millie") and Richard Loo ("The Man With the Golden Gun," "The Sand Pebbles").
The show that launched a cultural (and ratings) phenomenon, and still arguably the class of the reality genre, what executive producer Mark Burnett prefers to call 'nonscripted drama.' It began with 16 people marooned on an island, working together to survive, but ultimately trying to 'outwit, outlast, outplay' the others for a $1 million grand prize. The group is whittled down as players are 'voted off' until only one remains.
On safari in Africa, Coach Archer (John Amos) discovers Nanu (Jan-Michael Vincent) and imagines his potential as a college star back home in Disney's The World's Greatest Athlete, 1973.
Beautiful music begins as tutor Jane (Dayle Haddon) is introduced to pupil Nanu (Jan-Michael Vincent) by Coach Archer (John Amos) and his aide Milo (Tim Conway) in The World's Greatest Athlete, 1973.
Director Guy Green is biting off huge chunks of Hawaii scenery through the opening, leading man Charlton Heston, we learn, is land-owner Howland, Laura (Elizabeth Allan) his sister-in-law, greeted by political operatives (Vaughn Taylor, Edward Mallory) in from Honolulu, in Diamond Head, 1963.
Modern day Hawaii tycoon Howland (Charlton Heston) is candid, if prejudiced, as he informs mixed-race Hawaiian native doctor Dean (George Chakiris) about his young sister's plan to marry the doctor's brother, in Diamond Head, 1963.
Witch-doctor Gazenga (Roscoe Lee Browne) encounters assistant coach Milo (Tim Conway) in a hotel bar in Disney's The World's Greatest Athlete, 1973.
We discover that sexy native Hawaiian Mei (France Nuyen) is the mistress of widower local titan Howland (Charlton Heston), who has pretty much embraced his inner bigot, in the face of his sister's proposed marriage to her native beau, in Diamond Head, 1963.
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