Musical biography of striptease artist Gypsy Rose Lee. Score by Jule Styne and Stephen Sondheim!
King Rat movie trailer - starring George Segal, James Fox, Denholm Elliott, Tom Courtenay, Patrick O'Neal, James Donald. Directed by Bryan Forbes. Genre: War
Rating: Not Rated
The Marksman movie trailer - starring Wesley Snipes. Genre: Action-Adventure
Like a specter rising from the grave, Elvira: Mistress of the Dark is back and doing what she does best - providing her signature, unflinching, tongue-in-cheek commentary of some of the "greatest" B-movies of all time!
Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter
In this Boy-meets-Ghoul Cowboy/Monster mash-up Elvira takes us south of the border to a small Mexican village tormented by members of the Frankenstein Family, and only the outlaw Jesse James can help!
A land-grab scheme is uncovered when a cowboy heads to Texas to find out why all the cattle trails to Kansas have been blocked by barbed wire.
Georgia farm boy Will Stockdale is about to bust with pride. He's been drafted. Will's ready. But is Uncle Sam ready for Will? In No Time for Sergeants, Andy Griffith is certifiably funny in the role that clinched his stardom. Wearing a friendly, wide grin, he ambles into the U.S. Air Force, and lots of folks'll never be the same. They include pint-sized Ben (Nick Adams), big-city bruiser Irvin (Murray Hamilton) and a jittery aptitude tester (Don Knotts). Finally, there's Sgt. Orville King (Myron McCormick), a don't-rock-the-boat old-timer driven crazy by Will's gee-whiz efforts at friendship. Griffith, McCormick and Knotts reprise their winning performances from No Time for Sergeants' smash Broadway run. Breezily directed by the veteran Mervyn LeRoy (Mister Roberts), it's definitely time for entertainment!
The Music Man -- A con man comes to a Midwestern town with a scam using a boy's marching band program, but things don't go according to plan.
The Marksman -- Chechen rebels take over a Russian nuclear plant and it's up to a mysterious agent(Snipes) to stop them.
The Marksman -- An action-packed, gripping espionage movie starring Wesley Snipes. The U.S. is tricked into targeting an armed nuclear reactor captured by Chechen rebels, but a Special Ops team, up by Snipes, figures a way to stop disaster from happening.
The Music Man -- It's the Music Man, the screen version of one of Broadway's all-time blockbusters, a skyburst of Americana as irresistible as 4th of July fireworks.
Jones (Gerald Sim) is losing it until jaded senior Brit officer Larkin (Denholm Elliott) arrives to preside, after the Japanese commandant (Dale Ishimoto) learns of an illicit radio in his WWII prison camp in Singapore, John Standing the guilty party, in Bryan Forbes' King Rat., 1965.
American Corporal King (George Segal, title character), the leading hustler at the Japanese P.O.W. camp in Singapore, has summoned talented Brit Marlowe (James Fox), whom he had not previously met, sidekick Max (Patrick O'Neal) attending, in Bryan Forbes' King Rat, 1965.
Director Bryan Forbes has established the miserable Changi P.O.W. camp in Singapore, 1945, where the author James Clavell was himself held, then introduces Lt. Grey (Tom Courtenay), Corporal King (George Segal), and weary Colonel Smedley-Taylor (John Mills), opening King Rat, 1965.
Suspected killer Joe Wilson (Spencer Tracy) inside, Sheriff Hummel (Edward Ellis) tries to keep the angry crowd at bay outside the jail, in Fritz Lang's Fury, 1936.
Big snafu as the captain (Bartlett Robinson) receives a detailed report from Will (Andy Griffith) on his latrine duty, Sergeant King (Myron McCormick) cringing, in No Time For Sergeants, 1958.
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