The new manager of a television station uses some unique programming tactics to compete with a rival channel.
Frankie And Johnny movie trailer - starring Elvis Presley, Sarah Douglas, Donna Douglas, Harry Morgan, Nancy Kovack, Sue Ane Langdon. Directed by Fred DeCordova. Genre: Musical
Rating: Not Rated
Connie Francis, Herman's Hermits, Louis Armstrong, and Liberace are all there When the Boys Meet the Girls (1965).
Equipped with advice from carnival owner Maggie Morgan (Barbara Stanwyck), Elvis as 'Charlie Rogers' performs 'It's Carnival Time' by Ben Weisman and Sid Wayne in Roustabout, 1964.
Fred 'the pitcher' (Steve Brodie) introduces Charlie Rogers (Elvis Presley) to sing 'Poison Ivy League' by Bill Giant, Florence Kaye and Bernie Baum for the college crowd in Roustabout, 1964.
A married architect (Kirk Douglas) and a neglected wife (Kim Novak) begin an affair in Strangers When We Meet (1960).
UHF -- The manager of a small-time UHF station (which has the lowest ratings in the country) inadvertently hits it big with his strange programming ideas to keep Channel 62 from going down the tubes. In HD.
Hold On -- John dumped Sherrie. Now John wants Sherrie back. But is it too late? Will he find things with this Sherrie to be on the rocks?
Vals -- La suerte (LUCK), Official Selection and Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film at the San Fernando Valley International Film Festival 2007.
Vals -- A ballet of construction workers sublimely dances Tchaikovsky's Swan lake.
Vals is Official Selection at Rainier Independent Film Festival 2007.
A Fine Madness -- Sean Connery is a stubborn, explosive, nonconformist poet who takes on the world at large. This screwball comedy reveals a dark side when it shows the consequences of his behavior.
Harley (Henry Fonda) tags as John (James Stewart), duded up to claim his dead brother's enterprise, discovers it's a brothel, Jenny (Shirley Jones) introducing the girls (Jackie Joseph, Jackie Russell, Elaine Devry, Sue Ane Langdon, Sharon De Bord), in The Cheyenne Social Club, 1970.
Opening scenes, denoted as Texas, 1867, old friends James Stewart and Henry Fonda as aging cowhands, leading into probably the only title sequence with a song performed by Fonda, in The Cheyenne Social Club, 1970, co-starring Shirley Jones, directed by Gene Kelly.
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