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A Best Actor Oscar went to Burt Lancaster for his outstanding performance as a con-man-turned-preacher in this provocative indictment of religious corruption. Co-stars Jean Simmons and Shirley Jones.
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1945 Crime, Drama, Classics
An intellectual college professor is mesmerized by the painting of a beautiful woman in a gallery window. When he, by chance, meets the subject of the alluring painting, he becomes trapped in a murder plot and witnesses his own investigation. He must now protect the temptress... Based on the novel "Once Off Guard" by J.H. Wallis.
Who'll Stop The Rain?
This gripping, action-intensive and thought-provoking film focuses on the drama and desperation of drug smuggling and heroin addiction and stars Nick Nolte and Tuesday Weld.
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Ernest Borgnine won a Best Actor Oscar for his role as a Bronx butcher who gives up on love -- until he meets an equally lonely school teacher in this charming story that garnered a total of four Oscars including Best Picture.
1960 Comedy, Drama, Romance
Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine and Fred MacMurray are superb in this tale of love and ambition in the world of big business that went on to garner a Best Picture Oscar.
A Star Is Born
1937 classic-movies, drama
In William Wellman's timeless tale of Hollywood fantasy and heartbreak, Janet Gaynor stars as an aspiring actress who gets her big break.
In Berlin, an alcoholic man, recently released from prison, joins his elderly friend and a prostitute in a determined dream to leave Germany and seek a better life in Wisconsin.
George Segal and Ruth Gordon give the funniest performances of their careers with Trish Van Devere and Rob Reiner in this black comedy about a man attempting to romance his cantankerous mother's nurse.
And Then There Were None
Based on a novel and subsequent stage play by Agatha Christie; ten people are invited to an isolated island, only to be killed one-by-one. Could one of them be the killer?
2006 Biography, Drama, Music
In the days before the first performance of his Ninth Symphony, Beethoven needs help with copying the manuscript, so a promising student of composition, Anna Holtz, is sent to assist him. During the next two years, the final ones of Beethoven's life, Anna provides assistance to the deaf, temperamental, ailing man. In return, he tutors her in composition and explains to her the ideas and principles of Romanticism. Pushed away by Beethoven's derision of her work, Anna ultimately returns to find him near death. As he dictates his final compositions to Anna, Beethoven finally acknowledges that she is now free to become the composer she was always meant to be.
A couple's big dreams give way to a life full of unexpected sadness and unexpected joy.
Tom and Ellen Bowen are a brother and sister dance act whose show closes in New York.
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Romance and suspense in Paris, as a woman is pursued by several men who want a fortune her murdered husband had stolen. Who can she trust?
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A financier from New York rules his numerous family, consisting of his wife and his four sons, with the meticulousity of a bookkeeper.
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Great Expectations (1947)
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This classic film version of Charles Dickens' masterpiece tells the story of a poor orphan boy named Pip who, through the largess of a mysterious benefactor, becomes a gentleman and falls in love with the beautiful ward of the strange Miss Havisham.
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