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  • William Holden and Nancy Kwan star in this soul-searching look at an East-meets-West romance.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Richard Quine
    Cast:   William Holden, Nancy Kwan, Sylvia Syms, Michael Wilding
    Theatrical Release Date: 11/10/1960
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  • In this TV follow-up to the feature film, the alien (Robert Hays, Airplane!) returns to Earth 14 years after his first visit.
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  • When a group of passengers survive a plane crash in the Himalayas they end up in the mystical world of Shangri-La, an idyllic oasis where art, culture and the knowledge of the world are treasured. In Shangri-La, the survivors learn about beauty, peace and serenity – and, for some, true love.
    Rating:G
    Director:   Charles Jarrott
    Cast:   Peter Finch, Sir John Gielgud, Charles Boyer, Sally Kellerman, George Kennedy, Liv Ullmann, Michael York
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/02/1937
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  • Eddie Shannon is a top-flight mechanic and budding racecar driver who is socially inept.
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  • The stakes were never higher or more dangerous for Eric Erickson, an American business man turned Swedish oil trader.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   George Seaton
    Cast:   William Holden, Lilli Palmer, Hugh Griffith
    Theatrical Release Date: 04/17/1962
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  • Winnetou, Chief of the Apaches, must deal with the vicious Silers after his gang murders four of Winnetou’s men and nearly kills Winnetou’s sister, Nscho-tschi.
    Rating:NR
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  • The Jettison Scrap and Salvage Company succeeded in building a spaceship to collect all of the junk in space.
    Rating:NR
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  • Theatrical Release Date: 04/15/1977
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  • Harry Broderick (Andy Griffith) is not like any junk dealer you’ve met. Harry has dreams, and one of them is to go to space, reclaim all of the useless satellites and salvage them.
    Rating:NR
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  • In the final season of this popular drama series, the Salinger family deals with the hardships of living after the loss of their parents.
    Rating:UNRATED
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  • Elizabeth Taylor, Peter Finch and Dana Andrews star in this action-packed drama set in Ceylon.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   William Dieterle
    Cast:   Elizabeth Taylor, Dana Andrews, Peter Finch
    Theatrical Release Date: 04/21/1954
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  • Harold Robbins' best-seller about '30s Hollywood comes to the screen in a torrent of frank, controversial and (for the times) sensational scenes that helped break the Production Code.
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  • Nancy has found a great basement apartment in Greenwich Village so her husband, Jeff, can work on his mystery novel. But the apartment is not quite as it seems.
    Rating:NR
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/10/1942
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  • After dabbling in voodoo on the island of Saint Christopher as a child, Juanita Lane (Dorothy Burgess, Hold Your Man) now finds herself powerless to resist its spell as an adult.
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  • Staunch is an American submarine captain being held prisoner on a Japanese-controlled island in the Pacific. From his vantage point, he is able to hatch a daring and ingenious plan to relay information to the U.S. fleet.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Paul Wendkos
    Cast:   Cliff Robertson, Gia Scala, Teru Shimada, Patricia Cutts, Rian Garrick
    Theatrical Release Date: 11/01/1959
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  • Mr. Magoo upturns the age-old tale of Aladdin with his antics in this animated Arabian tale.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Jack Kinney
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  • Robert Wagner and Stefanie Powers return after a successful series run as Jonathan and Jennifer Hart for four feature-length mysteries that will entertain and thrill you.
    Rating:NR
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  • Lush musical biography of Frederic Chopin: composer, patriot and lover. All-star cast features Paul Muni and Merle Oberon.
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  • Dom DeLuise directs and stars in this comedy about four Miami cops who decide to capture criminals by opening a fencing operation and entrapping them.
    Rating:PG
    Director:   Dom Deluise
    Cast:   Dom Deluise, Suzanne Pleshette, Jerry Reed, Ossie Davis, Luis Avalos
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/01/1979
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  • Hamilton runs a U.S. Army training ground for bomber pilots near the Panama Canal, but he hasn’t had a pilot like Harley Ames, a reckless but qualified flyer who makes life hard for Hamilton.
    Rating:NR
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  • Faye Dunaway plays the fashion photographer, Laura Mars, whose photographs bear a striking and unsettling similarity to actual crime scenes.
    Rating:R
    Director:   Irvin Kershner
    Cast:   Faye Dunaway, Tommy Lee Jones, Brad Dourif, Rene Auberjonois, Raul Julia
    Theatrical Release Date: 08/02/1978
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  • William Warner (Edmund Lowe, Dillinger) is a lawyer who is famous for his skill at opening any kind of lock, making him a valuable commodity.
    Rating:NR
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  • Ben Harris is a frustrated mailman who realizes that the only way he could get a woman is to kidnap her.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Arthur Hiller
    Cast:   Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson, Bob Dishy
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  • Ann Jillian (Mr. Mom) is Corrine Kaczmarek, a woman who suspects foul play when her sister disappears after she walks away from her marriage to Ron (Joe Penny, TV’s “Riptide”).
    Rating:NR
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  • Giovanni (Alberto Sordi, Il Diavolo) and Raffaella (Monica Vitti, Modesty Blaise) have been happily married for many years. However, when Raffaella admits her attraction to a neighbor (Silvano Tranquilli, Sunflower), Giovanni becomes jealous, spying on her and even using the couple’s 10-year-old son to keep an eye on her.
    Rating:NR
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  • Based on the autobiographical novel by Roland Schutt, THE SLINGSHOT is an endearing coming-of-age drama. Set in 1920s Stockholm, a 12-year-old boy endures the hardships of an unhappy family life by shutting himself away with his inventions . . . one of which is a super slingshot.
    Rating:R
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  • Gilbert Barrows tries to save a broken-down ship from being destroyed and hires a gang of oddball criminals to fix it, but they have other plans — to rob a bank in Boston.
    Rating:NR
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  • Silent film star Billy Bright (Dick Van Dyke, Night at the Museum) was a legend on the silver screen, but he also had a legendary ego, one that ruined his career.
    Rating:PG
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  • When NASA’s mega-computer is stolen, the government calls on Jack Chenault (Ted Danson, TV’s “Damages”), a wisecracking computer expert, to help track it down.
    Rating:NR
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  • Kitty King (Evalyn Knapp) is an air hostess for TWA, who falls for rugged and rakish stunt pilot, Ted Hunter (James Murray), and the two get married despite protests from Kitty’s friends.
    Rating:NR
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  • Everyone’s favorite surfers, Gidget (Monie Ellis, TV’s “The Partridge Family”) and Jeff (Michael Burns, TV’s “Wagon Train”), have grown up and decided to get married.
    Rating:NR
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  • Oliver Reed and Diana Rigg head an impeccable cast in The Assassination Bureau, a spirited caper inspired by a book co-written by Jack London.
    Rating:PG
    Director:   Basil Dearden
    Cast:   Oliver Reed, Diana Rigg, Telly Savalas, Curt Jurgens, Philippe Noiret, Warren Mitchell, Beryl Reid, Clive Revill
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/23/1969
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  • MADE IN ITALY is a loving and satirical look at Italy during the 1960s. Featuring dozens of Italian stars, the film is an anthology of five stories woven together with affection.
    Rating:NR
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  • At the height of the Chinese Civil War, American missionary Megan Davis (Barbara Stanwyck, Double Indemnity) arrives in Shanghai to marry another missionary, Robert Strike (Gavin Gordon, The Bride of Frankenstein).
    Rating:NR
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  • Movie queen Joan Crawford (Mildred Pierce) gives a terrific performance in this chiller from pioneer horror movie producer William Castle (House on Haunted Hill).
    Rating:NR
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/19/1964
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  • Cindy Fralick (Nancy McKeon, TV’s “The Facts of Life”) is determined to become the first female firefighter in Los Angeles County, a feat never accomplished in the organization’s 60-year history.
    Rating:NR
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  • From acclaimed director Samuel Fuller (The Big Red One) comes a compelling murder mystery set in the Little Tokyo section of Los Angeles. An exotic dancer is shot in cold blood, and detectives Charlie Bancroft (Glenn Corbett, Shenandoah) and Joe Kojaku (James Shigeta, Die Hard) are put on the case.
    Rating:NR
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  • Susie Perkins (Joan Davis, Hold That Ghost) is a fast-talking, wisecracking girl from Cedar Rapids who moves to the Middle East in search of romance and adventure.
    Rating:NR
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  • From acclaimed director Carol Reed (The Third Man, Oliver!) comes this compelling drama set during World War II.
    Rating:NR
    Theatrical Release Date: 07/01/1958
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  • A compelling crime thriller based on a popular television series. Dancer (Eli Wallach) is a psychopathic San Francisco gangster who uses unwitting tourists to bring in heroin from the Orient.
    Rating:NR
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  • Based on the popular science fiction film, ULTRAVIOLET CODE 044 is an anime series produced by the legendary studio, Madhouse.
    Rating:NR
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  • William Reardon (Academy Award® winner Melvyn Douglas, 1979, Best Supporting Actor, Being There) leaves his cushy job with the District Attorney to open up a private detective agency.
    Rating:NR
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  • From legendary director Stanley Donen (Singin’ in the Rain) comes this musical comedy starring Academy Award® winner Yul Brynner (1956, Best Actor, The King and I) and Kay Kendall (Genevieve).
    Rating:NR
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  • The Original Gangstas, Volume Two of the series, delves into the rise of the American Mafia and some of its most compelling leaders, including Al Capone, John Dillinger and Lucky Luciano.
    Rating:NR
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  • Legendary novelist Robert Louis Stevenson (Edgar Barrier, Macbeth) takes a trip to the Old West, searching for story material.
    Rating:NR
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  • This compelling documentary series explores some of the most nefarious crimes of the 20th century.
    Rating:NR
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  • Billie Frank (Sherilyn Fenn, TV’s “Twin Peaks”) is an alcoholic former soap opera actress trying desperately to stay sober while dealing with a sarcastic mother.
    Rating:NR
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  • Barbara Eden returns as one of the most popular television characters of all time in this movie-length comedy.
    Rating:NR
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  • Courageous newspaper editor Manuel Acosta Mesa tries to take on the mob in Tijuana through his newspaper, reporting on the violence, prostitution and drug sales in the border town.
    Rating:NR
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  • Deep in the badlands of Colorado, Brad (Dennis Morgan, Christmas in Connecticut) and Grady (William Talman, The Hitch-Hiker) stumble across a large deposit of uranium.
    Rating:NR
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  • After a fling with a man nearly 20 years her junior while on vacation in Greece, Ann returns to New York assuming she'll never see Albert again, Until, he unknowingly shows up at her door as a date for her daughter.
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  • Wild Bill Hickok has decided the quiet life is for him after falling for pretty young Anne who wants him to hang up his guns. Of course, he’s too good a gunslinger to go unchallenged for long, and soon he faces a decision about which code to live by.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   D. Ross Lederman
    Cast:   Bill Elliott, Richard Fiske, Luana Walters
    Theatrical Release Date: 02/13/1941
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  • Steve Boleslavski is a re-enlisted veteran sailor whose seniority displaces the younger Mickey Donohue as Chief Boatswain’s Mate. The hard-driving, perfectionist old sailor wins few friends among the crew, but he has the support of his Commander.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   William A. Seiter
    Cast:   Edward G. Robinson, Glenn Ford, Marguerite Chapman, Edgar Buchanan
    Theatrical Release Date: 08/16/1943
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  • FIVE FINGER EXERCISE is a sensitive and powerful domestic drama in which the corrosive effects of an insensitive father and an intellectual poseur of a mother take on tragic consequences for their offspring.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Daniel Mann
    Cast:   Rosalind Russell, Jack Hawkins, Maximilian Schell, Richard Beymer
    Theatrical Release Date: 04/19/1962
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  • William Holden stars as a vagabond and confirmed bachelor who likes life just the way it is--free, easy and rootless. His five adopted kids, however, see things a bit differently.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Abby Berlin
    Cast:   William Holden, Coleen Gray, Mary Jane Saunders, Charles Winninger, Stuart Erwin, Clinton Sundberg
    Theatrical Release Date: 02/22/1950
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  • The Lone Wolf along with his faithful valet, Jamison - finds himself in bomb-ravaged London, having to track down Nazi agents as well clear himself for yet another crime he didn’t commit.
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  • Set in the Stone Age, with almost no dialogue — people speak in grunts, a tribe of cavemen, specifically a pair of twin brothers, become rivals for the leadership of the tribe following the impact of a devastating earthquake.
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  • Frank Sinatra stars as a police lieutenant assigned to a special team which battles organized crime in New York City. Frustrated by the legal system, his team goes on a vigilante raid which starts a mob war.
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  • Hayley Mills plays a young school teacher who lives in a London suburb and is intent on staying virginal until her wedding day. Oliver Reed and Noel Harrison try to tempt her away from her virtuous path in this charming, romantic comedy.
    Rating:R
    Director:   Jonathan Miller
    Cast:   Noel Harrison, Sheila Hancock, John Bird, Aimi Macdonald, Hayley Mills, Oliver Reed
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/16/1970
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  • A hapless door-to-door salesman becomes a prime suspect when one of his clients is murdered. Now, he has to outwit the murderer and the cops 'til they can prove he’s innocent!
    Rating:NR
    Director:   S. Sylvan Simon
    Cast:   Janet Blair, Hillary Brooke, Don Mcguire, Red Skelton, Adele Jergens, Ross Ford, Trudy Marshall
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/12/1948
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  • Comedic genuises Elaine May, Peter Falk and Jack Lemmon star as pseudo-intellectuals in this film version of Murray Schisgal's play about the battle of the sexes. Watch for a young Harrison Ford.
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  • Matthew Perry (TV’s “Friends”) plays Ben Donovan, the manager of a San Diego basketball arena that also hosts a variety of other events, each weirder than the next.
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  • Jan-Michael Vincent stars as Mike, the grandson of Native American shaman Old Man Hawk who is called back to his village to help defeat evil forces threatening the tribe.
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  • Set during the French Revolution, this romance is laced with conspiracy, with both sides vying for a tome loaded with vital information. The story is of the little people caught in a ruthless dictatorship and their struggle to win their freedom from persecution and oppression.
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  • When her precious necklace is stolen and a man is murdered in her apartment, a beautiful lady asks the Lone Wolf for assistance.
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  • The tale of legendary Gene Krupa, an idealistic youngster who eschewed the conventional life (in his case, the priesthood) for a crack at the big time. And big time he made, to this day inspiring some of the best drummers in the business. Sal Mineo shines as the triumphant and tragic Krupa.
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  • Robert Mitchum and Deborah Kerr star in this story of a World War II bomber pilot who returns to England after forty years. Once there, he searches for and finds his lost love, only to discover that she's now a grandmother and that her granddaughter is also his. Co-starring Red Buttons and Judi Trott.
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  • A team of experts are recruited to ensure the success of a heist (of forts) in the zany comedy WHO'S MINDING THE MINT. A clerk who works in the mint in Washington, DC accidentally destroys $50,000 in cash, and attempts to sneak into the building in the middle of the night and run off enough cash on the presses to cover his mistake.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Howard Morris
    Cast:   Jamie Farr, Walter Brennan, Jim Hutton, Dorothy Provine
    Theatrical Release Date: 09/26/1967
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  • Based on the recently published book "The Three Stooges: From Amalgamated Morons to American Icons" this MOW dramatizes the rise of the comedy trio to worldwide fame.
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  • Director Stanley Kramer brings to the screen the important story of six wealthy misfits who, while attending a summer riding camp, set out to free a herd of buffalo scheduled to be shot the next day. They see some of the animals slain and are determined to save the remaining buffalo herd from possible extinction.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Stanley Kramer
    Cast:   Miles Chapin, Bill Mumy, Barry Robins, Jesse White
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/28/1971
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  • Borgnine is a Moscow-born US citizen who makes a living by aiding Soviet spy rings. Eventually, he begins to spy for the US government. Loosely based on the life of Soviet agent Boris Morros.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Andre De Toth
    Cast:   Ernest Borgnine, Kerwin Mathews, Colleen Dewhurst, Alexander Scourby, Glenn Corbett
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/20/1960
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  • A woman embarks on an odyssey to piece together her past, which she has been unable to remember.
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  • Dick Richmond's real estate office is a cover for his gambling operation. Unaware of his real line of work, eager but incompetent Ellen signs on as his secretary. When he siphons the cash from a building project she is charged with embezzlement.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Lloyd Bacon
    Cast:   James Gleason, Janis Carter, Lucille Ball, Frank Mchugh, Gloria Henry, William Holden
    Theatrical Release Date: 09/20/1949
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  • Joan Crawford (What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?) stars as Monica Rivers, the owner of a traveling circus plagued by a series of mysterious deaths.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Jim O'Connor
    Cast:   Diana Dors, Judy Geeson, Ty Hardin, Joan Crawford
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  • Walt Sherill is brutally beaten by a gang of angry teenagers, but the police are unable to make headway in the case and Detective Sergeant Koleski doesn’t seem terribly concerned about catching the perpetrators. When Walt and his young wife Tracey continue to feel threatened, he decides to track the teens himself—hiring a private detective, buying a gun, and stalking potential suspects.
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  • Earl Keese (John Belushi, Animal House) is a slightly overweight, fairly average guy who is approaching middle age. He leads a reasonably comfortable life with his family in their suburban home. . . until the house next door is bought by a truly odd couple, Vic (Dan Aykroyd, Ghostbusters) and Ramona (Cathy Moriarty, Raging Bull), who quickly proceed to drive Earl crazy.
    Rating:PG-13
    Director:   John G. Avildsen
    Cast:   Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/18/1981
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  • Hawkins is an insurance investigator who discovers that Price is selling valuable paintings to rich Americans and substituting forgeries that are mysteriously destroyed in fires.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Sidney Gilliat
    Cast:   Jack Hawkins, Arlene Dahl, Violet Farebrother, Dennis Price, Bernard Miles, Ian Hunter, Malcolm Keen
    Theatrical Release Date: 07/08/1958
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  • Chyna Shepherd, the 26-year-old heroine of this story, is following the trail of the serial killer who murdered her dear friend, trying to stop him from killing another innocent victim.
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  • Thanks to mysterious billionaire Charlie Townsend, three beautiful women get a chance to escape their checkered pasts.
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  • KUROZUKA is a popular anime series based on the Japanese manga written by Baku Yumemakura and illustrated by Takashi Noguchi.
    Rating:NR
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  • A prospector in the old west stumbles upon a fortune in gold left behind by Santa Ana’s army.
    Rating:NR
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  • Two cinematic legends – Boris Karloff (Frankenstein) and Peter Lorre (Casablanca) – join forces in a movie that combines spine-tingling thrills with slapstick comedy.
    Rating:NR
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  • Directed by William Castle (House on Haunted Hill), this gritty film noir stars Gene Barry (TV’s “Burke’s Law”) as Frank Duncan, a crooked driller looking to steal oil from a Houston field.
    Rating:NR
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  • Before legendary horror director William Castle became the master of the macabre, he directed several westerns, including this one about the legendary sheriff of Dodge City, Bat Masterson.
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  • The great western director Budd Boetticher (The Tall T) returns with the classic DECISION AT SUNDOWN.
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  • From acclaimed director Blake Edwards (The Pink Panther, Breakfast at Tiffany’s) comes this shocking tale of suspense.
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  • Ranch hand Ken Morley (Ken Maynard) is hired to bring in the cattle for the Mortimer family.
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  • HAVING OUR SAY tells the story of two sisters, 103-year-old Sadie and 101-year-old Bessie.
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  • Based on Academy Award®-winning director Tony Richardson’s theatrical production at the Roundhouse Theatre in London, this film is a powerful adaptation of Shakespeare’s epic tragedy.
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  • Richard Dreyfuss and Amy Irving are two classically trained concert pianists who find themselves both competing for one of the most prestigious awards in the music world.
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  • Featuring legendary star of the screen Mae West (My Little Chickadee), THE HEAT’S ON is a musical spectacular featuring several songs from the renowned Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra.
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  • In the middle of Stalinist Russia, Ivan Sanshin (Academy Award® nominee Tom Hulce, 1984, Best Actor, Amadeus) is preparing for his wedding night when the KGB shows up and takes him away.
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  • Robert Wagner and Stefanie Powers reprise their beloved characters Jonathan and Jennifer Hart as they return to the small screen in these four feature-length mysteries.
    Rating:NR
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  • Director Gilbert Cates takes on the complexities of family relationships, mid-life pain and loss. A couple comes to terms with the truth about their relationship, their fears about their homosexual son, and the mixed emotions brought on by death.
    Rating:PG
    Director:   Gilbert Cates
    Cast:   Joanne Woodward, Martin Balsam, Sylvia Sidney
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  • THE INTERNS follows the loves and lives of four medical students as they prepare for careers that will walk the fine line between success and utter failure.
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  • The Durango Kid rides again, this time to maintain peace between a post of Calvary officers and the local Indians. When Chief Eagle is mysteriously shot during a meeting to discuss peace, his son Running Wolf threatens to avenge his death with war.
    Rating:NR
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