In the 1870s, a lone scout risks his life to forge peace between Arizona settlers and Cochise's Apache nation. First Hollywood film sympathetic towards Indians!
He is a man of peace in a violent land. David Carradine stars as Kwai Chang Caine, schooled in the spirit-mind-body ways of the Shaolin priesthood by the blind, avuncular Master Po and the stern yet loving Master Kan. Caine speaks softly, but hits hard. He lives humbly, yet knows great contentment. Wanderer. Warrior. Priest. He is the Old West's most unusual hero.
In Cold Blood movie trailer - starring Scott Wilson, John Forsythe, Robert Blake, Paul Stewart, Gerald O'Loughlin, John Gallaudet. Genre: Drama
Taken hostage by the man (Leif Erickson) impersonating him, policeman Kennedy (Dick Powell) tries to turn the tables and is rescued by Jeffers (Adolphe Menjou), in Anthony Mann's Lincoln assassination-attempt drama The Tall Target, 1951.
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.
An innocent black man (Juano Hernandez) is accused of murder in Intruder in the Dust (1949), directed by Clarence Brown and based on a novel by William Faulkner.
Mississippi lawyer Stevens (David Brian) presses nephew Chick (Claude Jarman Jr.) to explain his views on the arrest of local farmer Lucas (Juano Hernandez) on murder charges, describing their first meeting, in Intruder In The Dust, 1950, from the William Faulkner novel.
Mississippi jailer (Harry Antrim) conducts doubtful lawyer Stevens (David Brian), who's been brought by his nephew Chick (Claude Jarman Jr.), to see accused murder Lucas Beauchamp (Juano Hernandez), covering some of the background from William Faulkner's novel, in Intruder In The Dust, 1950.
Joining producer/director Clarence Brown's opening after the credits, shooting in Oxford, Mississippi, the hometown of the original author William Faulkner, introducing Claude Jarman Jr. as 'Chick' and Juano Hernandez as 'Lucas,' in Intruder In The Dust, 1950.
Robert Redford escapes Western society as a mountain man in Sydney Pollack's Jeremiah Johnson (1972).
For nine seasons from 1972 to 1981, the Walton family was America's family. Viewers' hearts were captured by the story of John and Olivia Walton, their seven children, Grandpa and Grandma as they faced the Depression and World War II with not much more than a love of the land and the rock-solid support of each other. This elegiac final season is the ideal capstone to the Emmy-honored and lovingly remembered series. The Walton boys endure terrifying dangers in Europe and the Pacific, then gratefully return to Walton's Mountain when the war ends. Peace brings new challenges, but also new beginnings and - for many of the family, young and old - new love. Share the final good night with The Waltons.
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.
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.
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