Believing he is terminally ill, a hypochondriac sets out to find a suitable second husband for his wife.
Fighter Squadron movie trailer - starring Robert Stack, Edmond O'Brien, Henry Hull, Tom D'Andrea, John Rodney. Genre: Action-Adventure
Rating: Not Rated
A rich Texas oil family is torn apart by lust and greed. "Dallas" was never this melodramatic!
In Dean's final film, a young Texan becomes wealthy in the oil industry and gets into a power struggle with his former employer. Ten Academy Award nominations including Best Picture!
The Ambassador, a darkly comic, genre-bending documentary that exposes the corrupt business of selling diplomatic titles to exploit the lucrative and limited resources of war torn, third world nations.
The Mirror Crack'd movie trailer - starring Elizabeth Taylor, Angela Lansbury, Geraldine Chaplin, Kim Novak, Edward Fox. Directed by Guy Hamilton. Genre: Mystery-Suspense
An American ambassador in the Middle East finds his life threatened by terrorists as he attempts to find a peaceful solution to the turmoil there. Hudson's final performance!
The sons of Apache leader Cochise battle after his death - one argues for war, while Taza strives for peace. But the renegade Geronimo and a hot-headed army officer stir up trouble.
Rock Hudson's Home Movies movie trailer - starring Gary Cooper, Kirk Douglas, Doris Day, James Dean, Eric Farr, Marc Christian. Directed by Mark Rappaport. Genre: Documentary
Rating: Not Rated
Doris Day's first hit big band song, "Sentimental Journey," helped her transition into film. She became known for costarring with Rock Hudson in a series of movies, including "Pillow Talk" and "Send Me No Flowers."
In the post-Civil War Rio Grande, Union and Confederate officers join forces against a band of Mexican revolutionaries.
WWII vet Nevins (Arthur Kennedy) has just heard from the doctors that he is blind, visited by kindly Masterson (Richard Egan), then wigging out, until Corporal Flagg (John Hudson) appears, in Mark Robson's Bright Victory, 1952.
From director Mark Robson's opening, North Africa 1943, army wire-crew of Nevins (Arthur Kennedy), Scanlon (Ken Harvey) and Dudek (Yes,the young Rock Hudson!), running into unexpected trouble, in Bright Victory, 1952, from a novel by Baynard Kendrick.
The attempted Russian takeover of the Alaskan pipeline leads to impending nuclear war. Original director Boris Sagal died during filming.
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