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Return Of The Seven
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Yul Brynner returns as the good guy dressed in black who calls on five gunfighters (including Robert Fuller, Warren Oates and Claude Akins) to defend a town under siege by vicious outlaws.
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1965 Thriller, War, Action
This true story of wartime valor stars Burt Lancaster as a French railway inspector who goes up against the Nazis in order to prevent a trainload of France's most treasured paintings from being stolen.
A sheriff tries to stop homesteader conflicts in the West after the Civil War.
A young and uncertain monarch, King Henry defeats the French, but sadly learns that victory takes its toll in bloodshed.
The Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Coming
1966 Comedy, War
Alan Arkin and Jonathan Winters lead an all-star cast (Carl Reiner, Eva Marie Saint, Brian Keith, Theodore Bikel) in this outrageous comedy about a Russian submarine that runs aground off the New England coast.
The true story of Carlson's Raiders and their World War II attack on Makin Island.
West of the Divide
Ted Hayden impersonates a wanted man and joins Gentry's gang only to learn later that Gentry was the one who killed his father. He saves Virginia Winters' dad's ranch from Gentry and also rescues his long-lost brother Spud.
The Last Waltz
1978 Documentary, Music
On Thanksgiving Day, 1976, The Band gave its farewell concert at Winterland in San Francisco. On hand to help say goodbye to this influential rock group were some of the most acclaimed musicians of the late 1960s and '70s. This film is not only a vibrant documentary of that historic evening, but also a commentary on the rock world at the time. Most of the picture is concert footage of The Band and their guest performers -- highlighted by interviews with members of the group, who eloquently articulate their personal involvement in the history of rock and roll.
Rage at Dawn
A special agent from Chicago is sent out west to bring in the notorious Reno brothers.
A fierce Cossack chieftain (Yul Brynner) who has vowed to fight 'til the death to regain his lands from Polish invaders is confronted by his headstrong son (Tony Curtis), who is in love with a Polish girl.
Man Of The West
Gary Cooper, in his last great role, portrays a former outlaw whose past returns to haunt him when he is forced by his old gang to participate in a train robbery. Julie London and Lee J. Cobb co-star.
A sassy girl finds herself dead after trading bedrooms with her heiress friend.
Frank Bigelow, told he's been poisoned and has only a few days to live, tries to find out who killed him and why.
John Huston's 1956 Moby Dick remains admirably faithful to its source. Though slightly intimidated by the sermon delivered by Father Mapple (Orson Welles in a brilliant one-take cameo), who warns that those who challenge the sea are in danger of losing their souls, Ishmael nonetheless signs on to the Pequod, a whaling ship captained by the brooding, one-legged Ahab (Gregory Peck). In an obsessive pursuit of Moby Dick, the great white whale to whom he lost his leg, Ahab's dementia spreads throughout the crew members, who maniacally join their captain in his final, fatal attack upon the elusive, enigmatic Moby Dick.
Dazzling aerial photography highlights this WWII saga of bold courage set against the war-torn skies of northern Europe. Cliff Robertson and George Chakiris star.
Thunderbolt And Lightfoot
Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges lead a strong supporting cast in this offbeat crime caper about a colorful group of bank robbers determined to break into the fortress-like Montana Armored Depository.
1963 action, drama, western
George Washington McLintock may be a cattle baron and the richest man in the territory, but his daughter and ex-wife keep him grounded with trouble.
A boy raised by wolves tries to adapt to human village life.