The Tall Target movie trailer - starring Dick Powell, Paula Raymond, Adolphe Menjou, Marshall Thompson, Ruby Dee, Richard Rober. Directed by Anthony Mann. Genre: Thriller
Rating: Not Rated
A heavenly visitor sets off a series of violent reactions in a small Southern town. Racial intolerance and workers' issues are dealt with in suprisingly gripping detail considering the fantasy set-up.
In Cold Blood movie trailer - starring Scott Wilson, John Forsythe, Robert Blake, Paul Stewart, Gerald O'Loughlin, John Gallaudet. Genre: Drama
Viewers partake in many joyous celebrations with the loveable Walton's clan, during the sixth season of this poignant classic series. John Boy (Richard Thomas) comes home from New York, participates in the re-opening of the old Guthrie mine, and also proposes to Daisy Garner (Deirdre Lenihan). Another significant homecoming is that of Grandma Esther (Ellen Corby), who is finally released from the hospital into the care of her loving family. The Walton's welcome a new addition to the family when Mary Ellen (Judy Norton-Taylor) and Curt (Tom Bower) have a baby boy named John Curtis. John and Olivia celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary and John discovers the family is nearly out of their debt. But the joy is fleeting when it's set against the tragedy of events in the outside world. As the fall of 1939 turns into the spring of 1940, war rages in Europe and the Waltons are soon caught in its chilling grasp. Curt is called up for duty and soldiers train on Walton property. The first local enlistee dies. British children flee the Blitz for the safety of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The Depression may finally be ending but even tougher times lay ahead.
Robert Leffingwell (Henry Fonda) is a nominee for Secretary of State before a committee headed by Senator Anderson (Don Murray) and bedeviled by Senator Cooley (Charles Laughton) in Advise and Consent, 1962.
Director Otto Preminger's view of the U.S. Senate in session, senators Munson (Walter Pidgeon), Knox (Edward Andrews), colorful Cooley (Charles Laughton) Danta (Paul Ford) and Smith (Peter Lawford) taking positions on the president's nominee for Secretary of State, in Advise & Consent, 1962.
Robert Redford escapes Western society as a mountain man in Sydney Pollack's Jeremiah Johnson (1972).
Senator Munson (Walter Pidgeon) visits the widow Dolly Harrison (Gene Tierney, in her comeback role) after a Washington party in Otto Preminger's Advise and Consent, 1962.
Provocative language as secret agent Don Masters (Godfrey Cambridge) is secretly auditioning psychiatrist Sidney Schaefer (James Coburn) for a new gig in The President's Analyst, 1967.
Feeling his way into his newly-purchased identity, Wilson (Rock Hudson) meets the similarly untethered Nora (Salome Jens) on a Malibu beach, in John Frankenheimer's Seconds, 1966.
Boon (Steve McQueen) brings Lucius (Mitch Vogel) into the brothel run by Miss Reba (Ruth White) then teases his favorite, Corrie (Sharon Farrell), in The Reivers, 1971, from the William Faulkner novel.
Robert Blake and Scott Wilson play the men who murder a Kansas family In Cold Blood (1967), based on the Truman Capote book.
The President (Franchot Tone) presses Senator Anderson (Don Murray) to support his nominee, with help from Senator Munson (Walter Pidgeon) in Advise and Consent, 1962.
Dr. Schaefer (James Coburn) is now sure he's losing his grip, meeting his somewhat suspect girlfriend (Joan Delaney) in a Washington restaurant in Theodore J.(Ted) Flicker's The President's Analyst, 1967.
Director John Frankenheimer helped photographer James Wong Howe with some hand-held shooting, for the new-identity surgery from which Rock Hudson emerges, as the new Mr. Wilson, in Seconds, 1966.
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