Based on a true story: when the new warden enters the prison as an inmate and witnesses the violence and corruption, he becomes dedicated to reform. A stirring drama, with Morgan Freeman.
A man sentenced to sweat out his debt to society on a prison farm refuses to compromise with authority. This 'failure to communicate' gets him in all kinds of trouble. Kennedy won Oscar as leader of the chain gang.
A declining rodeo performer returns home, where his past finally catches up with him. Traditional story with an inspiring ending!
Two struggling cousins from Little Italy jump from the frying pan into the fire when they attempt a safecracking job.
Once the scene of a grisly mass murder, a family's dream house turns into a nightmare from hell when the dead come back for revenge. Based on 'real-life' occurrences on Long Island.
Returning to the role of private detective Lew Harper, Paul Newman is called to New Orleans to find out who's been blackmailing an ex-girlfriend, wealthy oil heiress Joanne Woodward.
A free-spirited convict refuses to conform to chain-gang life in Cool Hand Luke (1967), starring Paul Newman & George Kennedy.
Out-of-town detective Harper (Paul Newman) has been invited at gunpoint to meet Louisiana oil-man J-Hugh Kilbourne (Murray Hamilton), who seems to know all about the case at hand, in The Drowning Pool, 1975.
The escaped Luke (Paul Newman), chained and pursued by bloodhounds, gets help from two neighborhood kids in Cool Hand Luke, 1967.
P-I Harper (Paul Newman, role based on Ross MacDonald's Lew Archer) adjourns to his motel across Lake Ponchartrain after meeting his client, then is surprised by teenage Schuyler (Melanie Griffith), early in The Drowning Pool, 1975.
Director Stuart Rosenberg serves up crisp inter-cuts of the mass murder as George (James Brolin) and Kathy (Margot Kidder) deal with the real estate lady (Elsa Raven) in The Amityville Horror, 1979.
P-I Harper (Paul Newman) visiting his client and one-time lover Iris (Joanne Woodward) at her Louisiana manor home, where she explains her problem, early in The Drowning Pool, 1975, from the Ross MacDonald novel.
Paul Newman returns as detective Lew Harper when a threatening letter leads to murder in The Drowning Pool (1975).
A portion of the famous attempt by Luke (Paul Newman), coached by Dragline (George Kennedy), to eat fifty hard-boiled to eggs win a prison bet in Cool Hand Luke, 1967.
Inmates played by Ralph Waite, Lou Antonio, Dennis Hopper and J.D. Cannon are in the crowd as Luke (Paul Newman) takes a pounding from Dragline (George Kennedy) in Cool Hand Luke, 1967.
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