Public Domain Movies

A Sensitive Passionate Man (1977)

The marriage of a wealthy, outwardly happy couple is threatened by the husband's alcoholism.

Absolution (1978)
Running Time: 95 mins Color
Starring: Richard Burton, Dominic Guard, David Bradley
At a Catholic public school, Benjamin Stanfield is tired of being the teacher's pet and decides to play a practical joke on his form master Father Goddard. In confession, Stanfield tells Goddard that he has accidentally murdered his friend Blakey and buried him in the forest.

Affair, The (1973)
Running Time: 75 mins Color
Starring: Natalie Wood, Robert Wagner
Songwriter experiences her first love affair with a lawyer. Romantic tear-jerker.

Against A Crooked Sky (1975)
Running Time: 89 mins Color
Starring: Richard Boone, Stewart Petersen, Henry Wilcoxon
When Charlotte Sutter is kidnapped by Apaches her brother Sam aided by an old drunk prospector goes searching for her.

Alexander: The Other Side Of Dawn (1977)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Leigh McClosky, Earl Holiman, Juliet Mills
A teenaged boy arrives in Hollywood to become a movie star, but winds up becoming a male prostitute and gets involved with a gay football star.

Alfie Darling (1975)
Running Time: 97 mins Color
Starring: Alan Price, Jill Townsend, Joan Collins
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All The Kind Strangers (1974)
Running Time: 72 mins Color
Starring: Stacy Keach, Samantha Eggar, John Savage, Robby Benson
This movie is kind of like "Lord of the Flies". A family of children (no mother or father present) desire to have guardians (Mom and Dad), so they kidnap a man and woman to be just that. Not every one of the children (in fact most of them are not) aware of the secret!

All The Way Boys (1972)
Running Time: 105 mins Color
Starring: Cyril Cusack, Michel Antoine, Terence Hill, Bud Spencer, Reinhard Kolldehoff
Two pilots with a penchant for daring and risky behavior accept a dangerous mission flying for a ramshackle airliner over the treacherous Andes mountains. The humorous close calls and dangerous adventures experienced by the duo make up the bulk of this broad comedy.

Angela (1977)
Running Time: 91 mins Color
Starring: Sophia Loren, John Huston
A war vet finds out that a former prostitute had his baby. Doubting it's his, he gives it away, so she reports him. 20 years later, she still wants to find her son. She meets a young man and falls in love, but the vet's prison term ends.

Battle Force (aka The Great Battle) (1978)
Running Time: 97 mins Color
Starring: Stacy Keach, Henry Fonda, Helmut Berger and Samantha Eggar.
Exciting battle scenes in the World War 11 story about Rommel's last days.

Beach of the War Gods (1973)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Han Hsieh, Fei Lung, Mao Shan, Yeh Tien, Yu Wang, Yung Sheng Wang
The famous swordsman Hsia Feng gathers five other fighters and rallies the local fishermen to fight off a band of Japanese pirates.

Beartooth (1978)
Running Time: 85 mins Color
Starring: Buck Taylor, Dub Taylor
An old man and his dog live in the mountains of Montana, where their peace is threatened.

Betrayal (1974)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: Amanda Blake, Dick Haymes
A lonely widow hires a young woman as her companion. What she doesn't know is that the woman and her boyfriend are extortionists, who are planning on making her their next victim, then killing her when they get her money.

Between the Lines (1977)
Running Time: 101 mins Color

The hippie underground newspaper is in financial trouble and might be bought by a big time publisher. The in-fighting, bickering, jealousies and bed hopping by the young, idealistic staff make up the main, simple plot of the film but the cast and the sharp script make it a pleasure to watch. The film is CHOCK FULL of some of the best, young American actors doing some of their earliest film work: Jeff Goldblum is hystercial as the constantly stoned music critic who is always dead broke, Bruno Kirby (pre-Godfather II, When Harry Met Sally) is almost unrecognizable, pre- L.A. Law Jill Eikenberry, Lindsay Crouse, Joe Morton (Terminator II, Lone Star, City of Hope), a very young pre-TAXI Marilu Henner as a stripper and TV's 7th Heaven, Stephen Collins who plays a real jerk in the film

Birds of Prey (1973)
Running Time: 81 mins Color
Starring: David Janssen
A former fighter pilot now working as a radio station traffic reporter witnesses a bank robbery. He chases down the bank robbers and a hostage in his helicopter.

Black Enforcers (1975)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Rod Perry, Charles Robinson, Phil Hoover
General Ahmed has started an inner-city People's Army to try and relieve the misery of the citizens of Watts. When the locals are put under increasing pressure by Mafia thugs, Ahmed's second-in-command Colonel Kojah asks for permission to start a protection squad to take more direct action. Ahmed fears this protection squad will just turn into a vigilante mob, and his prediction soon proves correct. Will Ahmed be able to wrest control back from the power-mad Kojah, or will he be the mob's next victim?

Black Water Gold (1970)
Running Time: 73 mins Color
Starring: Keir Dullea, Lana Wood, Ricardo Montalban, Bradford Dillman, France Nuyen, Aron Kincaid
A scuba team, a marine archaeologist and a Mexican historian join forces to reach the wreck of an historic Spanish galleon before a well-armed commercial expedition does.

Blue Summer (1970)
Running Time: 79 mins Black & White

Two guys drive their van through the suburbs.

Born to Win (1971)
Starring: George Segal, Robert Deniro
A smart-mouthed junkie/loser known as J.J. (George Segal) spends his dayslooking for just "one more fix". Win apart is its solid writing and steady, well-thought outperformances.

Boy in the Plastic Bubble (1976)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: John Travolta
Based on a true story, Tod Lubitch is born with a deficient immune system. As such, he must spend his life in a completely sterile environment. His room is completely hermetically sealed against bacteria and virii, his food is specially prepared, and his only human contact comes in the form of gloved hands. The movie follows his life into a teenager.

Breakout From Oppression (1973)
Running Time: 78 mins Color
Starring: Paul Chun, Hark-On Fung, Lin Lin Li, Chia Hui Liu, Ti-ko Chen, Bing Ho, Chi Cheng Ho, Sung-hao Hsu
A young woman is released from prison and she tries to start her life over. Bizarre incidents begin to occur and she suspects that someone has a vendetta against her.

Breakout from Oppression (1978)
Starring: Lona Chang
A young woman is released from prison and starts her life over. Getting a job at a newspaper, she tries to settle in. When bizarre incidents occur, the woman suspects that someone has a vendetta against her.

Brink of Disaster Part (1972)
Running Time: 29 mins Color
Starring: Ed Nelson, Gary Crabbe
A student is held up in the library while a riot rages outside. As SDS protesters head to burn the library down, he has to fend them off with his baseball bat. This film opens with actual footage of civil disturbances in the 1960s, and moves on to images of historical American figures.

Bullet Train (1975)
Starring: Ken Takakura
Criminals plant a bomb on a high-speed train. It will explode when the train slows down, unless a ransom is paid.

Burning Cross (1974)
Running Time: 102 mins Color
Starring: Cameron Mitchell, Linda Evans, David Ladd
A wealthy landowner, sympathetic to the civil rights movement, plans to allow a voting rights demonstration on his property. KK leader Ladd is not pleased.

Butterfly Affair (1971)
Running Time: 75 mins Color
Starring: Claudia Cardinale
Beautiful diva is involved in a plan to smuggle precious jewels plots to trick her partners.

Cactus in the Snow (1970)
Running Time: 92 mins Color

In this comedy/drama, a young American soldier desperately wants to lose his virginity before he's shipped off to Vietnam. He meets a friendly young woman who appears willing to help him solve his "problem." But there's something she hasn't told him ...

Cain's Cutthroats (1971)
Running Time: 89 mins Black & White
Starring: John Carradine, Scott Brady
Confederate soldier becomes obsesses with revenge after his former subordinates torture him, rape his wife and kill his child.

Caligula 2 (1979)
Starring: Malcolm McDowell
The rise and fall of the notorious Roman Emperor Caligula, showing the violent methods that he employs to gain the throne, and the subsequent insanity of his reign - he gives his horse political office and humiliates and executes anyone who even slightly displeases him. He also sleeps with his sister, organises elaborate orgies and embarks on a fruitless invasion of England before meeting an appropriate end. There are various versions of the film, ranging from the heavily- truncated 90-minute version to the legendary 160-minute hardcore version which leaves nothing to the imagination (though the hardcore scenes were inserted later and do not involve the main cast members).

Cape Town Affair (1976)
Running Time: 102 mins Color
Starring: James Brolin, Jacqueline Bisset, Claire Trevor
The best part of this film is the opportunity to visit Cape Town, South Africa during the height of Apartheid. A pickpocket gets more than he bargained for when he snatches a purse containing a secret microfilm.
Brolin plays a hard-boiled petty thief and "Jacky" Bisset plays a runner for the spy ring. Claire Trevor plays Sam, the connecting character to the world of petty crime and espionage.

Cat in the Cage (1978)
Running Time: 98 mins Color
Starring: Sybil Danning
Sybil plays a golddigging nurse who marries an elderly millionaire and plots with the chauffeur to kill him and get his money. Meanwhile, the millionaires son returns from his stay in the mental hospital and starts to get revenge with the help of his cat which for some unknown reason hates Sybil with a passion.

The movie has a strange plot twist involving another brother who is even more crazy and dangerous. Sybil and her boyfriend are both dispatched and then there is a crazy chase scene and shoot out at the end of the movie. Collen Camp sings the main title and also plays the girlfriend of the son. Sybil Danning is the reason to watch this crazy movie. She displays her best assets boldly and frequently.

Catamount Killing (1974)
Running Time: 81 mins Color

A banker troubled by both business and personal problems is transferred to a small town. There he meets and seduces an older woman. Together, they decide to pull off a payroll holdup together.

CB Hustlers (1976)
Running Time: 85 mins Color
Starring: Edward Roehm, Jake Barnes, John Alderman, Valdestra, Tiffany Jones
Get ready for some crazy truck stop lovin' convoy bustin' and CB chattin' in this hilarious and sexy romp through the 1970s trucker van culture.

Chance & Violence (1974)
Running Time: 83 mins Color

In this ironic French tale of tragedy and love, Laurent (Yves Montand), a world-weary ex-convict and prison-reform writer is coming back to the dreary town his old prison is in. To someone whose life is so imbued with violence, everything he sees seems like a threat. Indeed, the town appears to be populated solely by thugs and elderly people. The banked fires of his passion are awakened when he sees a perfectly normal looking professional woman (Katherine Ross) coming down the street. Soon afterward, his sense of danger fails him, for he is brutally beaten in a men's restroom by a martial-artist nun. When he is taken for medical treatment, he discovers that the lovely woman he saw earlier is to be his doctor.

Children of Sanchez, The (1978)
Running Time: 118 mins Color
Starring: Anthony Quinn, Dolores Del Rio
The moving story of one man's attempt to provide for his family with very little except faith and love. The award-winning musical score was composed by Chuck Mangione.

Class of '63 (1973)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: James Brolin, Joan Hackett, Cliff Gorman, Woodrow Chambliss
The made-for-TV The Class of 63 is set at a ten-year college reunion. Joan Hackett and Cliff Gorman play a married couple who eagerly anticipate meeting old friends at the event. But Gorman's festive spirit dissipates when Hackett's old boy friend James Brolin makes an appearance. In fact, Gorman harbors dreams of eliminating Brolin for keeps. First telecast March 14, 1973, Class of '63 was filmed on location at Princeton University and USC.

Cold Blood (1978)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Rutger Hauer
A pair of kidnap victims turn the tables on their captors.

Cold Sweat (1974)
Running Time: 94 mins Color
Starring: Charles Bronson, Jill Ireland, Liv Ullman, James Mason
A high voltage adventure with action superstar Charles Bronson, an American ex-patriot in France, blackmailed into transporting drugs by three hoods from his past. When Bronson's family is taken hostage and everything is at stake, he transforms into a man hell-bent on revenge.

Commandoes (aka Sullivan's Marauders) (1973)
Running Time: 95 mins Color
Starring: Lee Van Cleef and Jack Kelly
Cleef heads a commando operation against Rommel's forces in North Africa during World War 11.

Con Artists, The (1977)
Running Time: 87 mins Color
Starring: Anthony Quinn
Quinn, a recent ex-con, tries to out the deadly Capucine.

Congratulations! It's A Boy (1971)
Running Time: 73 mins Color
Starring: Bill Bixby, Tom Bosley
A bachelor's life is interrupted by the appearance of a teenager who claims to be his son.

Country Blue (1973)
Running Time: 95 mins Color
Starring: Dub Taylor, Jack Conrad, Rita George, David Huddleston, Mildred Brown
An ex-convict stock-car driver turns to crime to fund his escape from local bigots in rural Georgia.

Cry in the Wildnerness (1974)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: George Kennedy, Lee Montgomery
The father of a wilderness family gets bitten by a skunk, and fearing rabies, chains himself to a barn to protect his family should he go mad. He orders his son not to come near him no matter how persuasive or rational his appearance or argument. However, the creek dries up, indicating an upstream blockage and an imminent flood. Several trips upstream by the son have failed to locate the blockage and now Dad wants to be released.

Cry Of The Black Wolves (1978)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Ron Ely
Alaska, 1903... Happy Camp: The paradoxical name of the mining town where fortune hunters set out in search of gold and riches in the untamed wilderness of the North Country. It's every man for himself! In this Jack London thriller a rugged man of the wilderness (Ron Ely) must fight for survival against nature and a ruthless bounty hunter sent to bring him in dead-or-alive for a murder he did not commit. Based on Jack London's novel "Son of the Wolf".

Dan Candy's Laws (1974)
Starring: Donald Sutherland
Donald Sutherland (in a wooden, unlikable performance) plays Dan Candy, a member of The Royal Canadian Mounted Police who arrests an Indian for slaughtering a government alloted cow without prior approval

Daredevil, The (1971)
Running Time: 81 mins Color
Starring: George Montgomery, Terry More, Bill Kelly, Gay Perkins
A top auto racer goes to work as a driver for a drug-smuggling ring.

Deadly Females (1976)

oan (Tracy Reed) is uncrowned queen of a generation of gorgeous women who take time off their regular day jobs to earn extra income as paid assassins.

Deadly Harvest (1977)
Running Time: 86 mins Color
Starring: Clint Walker, Kim Cattrall, Nehemiah Persoff, Gary Davies, Dwayne McLean,Dawn Greenhalgh
This '70s eco-thriller involves the rapidly shrinking amount of farmland in the world, due to over-industrialization. Several groups become desperate to control food, and a vicious fight breaks out between rural areas (which control grain supplies) and urban centers (which contain most of the world's population). ~ John Bush, Rovi

Deadly Jaws (1974)

An underwater treasure hunt for gold coins is threatened by the presence of sharks.

Deadly Trap, The (1971)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Faye Dunaway, Frank Langella, Barbara Parkins, Karen Glanguernon, Maurice Ronet
Jill is surprised and angry when her computer-genius boyfriend decides to quit his job in a big company for unclear reasons. But when her children disapear mysteriously and seem to have been kidnapped, she wants to know more, and discovers that she may be caught in a DEADLY TRAP...

Death at Love House Suspense, Made-For-TV (1976)
Running Time: 71 mins Color
Starring: Robert Wagner, Kate Jackson, Sylvia Sidney, John Carradine, Dorothy Lamour, Joan Blondell
Donna and Joel Gregory are researching a book about long dead Hollywood goddess Lorna Love. They are staying at Lorna's estate while interviewing old "friends" of Lorna. Joel, whose father had a passionate affair with Lorna, becomes obsessed with Lorna. Donna must try to break the spell that has her marriage in trouble and their very lives in jeopardy.

Death Cruise (1974)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: Eddie Albert, Kate Jackson
In this made-for-TV movie, six persons have won a cruise-ship vacation, but they find that the awards were just a trick to begin a killing game.

Death Duel Of The Mantis (1978)
Running Time: 86 mins Color
Starring: Lung Fei, Fei Lung
Upon being taken under the wing of a local kung fu overlord, young Hsiao Hai falls desperately in love with the local food stall girl. Luckily, she and her father are Mantis Fist masters, and they soon set Hsiao straight--it seems that his boss is also a notorious crime lord. Betrayed and alone, Hsiao must face his former friend in deadly acrobatic combat. But things take a turn for the worse when it is discovered that the crooked crime czar has mastered the skill of the dreaded "chicken fist!" Will our nimble hero get the girl and save the day?

Death In The Shadows (1970)
Running Time: 96 mins Color

A young woman searches for her mother while trying to avoid a killer.

Death Of Richie (1977)
Running Time: 97 mins Color
Starring: Ben Gazzara, Robby Benson, Eileen Brennan, Lance Kerwin
Based on a true story, this drama depicts the downfall of teenager Richie Werner (Robby Benson) through a destructive drug habit. Induced by peers to use drugs, Richie is drawn deeper into a pattern of addiction, to the horror of his girlfriend, mother (Eileen Brennan) and brother (Lance Kerwin). Richie's behavior is dealt with most forcefully by his father (Ben Gazzara), who will not tolerate drugs. When Richie becomes increasingly violent, his family must take action.

Death Rage (1976)
Running Time: 98 mins Color
Starring: Yul Brynner, Barbara Bouchet, Martin Balsam
An American hit man is tricked into killing an underworld kingpin in Naples.

Death Scream (1975)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Cloris Leachman, Art Carney, Raul Julia, Edward Asner, Diahann Carrol
A true story which follows the investigation into the murder of a young woman who was fatally stabbed in plain view of neighbors who ignored her cries for help. AKA: THE WOMAN WHO CRIED MURDER.

Death Sentence (1974)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: Cloris Leachman, Laurence Luckinbill, Nick Nolte, Alan Oppenheimer
Originally made for television, this story focuses on a woman selected for jury duty. During a murder trial, she discovers that the accused is the wrong man; she also finds that the real killer is after her.

Devil Leroy Basset, The (1973)
Running Time: 92 mins Color

A cop killer breaks jail with the Basset brothers and head on a posse-eluding cross country chase. With Cody Bearpaw and John Goff.

Diamond Thieves (1979)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Lee Van Cleef, Karen Black, Edward Albert, Robert Alda, Lionel Stander
An aging jewel thief is lured out of retirement to crack an impregnable safe loaded with diamonds, only to find himself caught in a web of doublecrosses and intrigue. AKA: THE RIPOFF; THE SQUEEZE.

Diamond Thieves (AKA the Squeeze) (1978)
Running Time: 99 mins Color
Starring: Lee Van Cleef
Lee Van Cleef at his most facially challenged plays a retired safeman, who comes back from Mexico to New York to do one job for a friend's kid.

Dog Called Vengeance (aka El perro) (1979)
Starring: Jason Miller
A political prisoner in a South American dictatorship escapes and is pursued throughout the country by a bloodthirsty dog.

Dominic Is Dead (1979)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Cliff Roberts, Jean Simmons
A millionaire who has recently lost his wife starts believing that he is being haunted by her spirit.

Driver's Seat, The (1974)
Running Time: 105 mins Color
Starring: Elizabeth Taylor
Lise, a schizophrenic spinster, travels from her home in London to Rome on a twisted agenda to find a romance with any man whom she eventually wants to murder her.

Eagle In A Cage (1971)
Running Time: 98 mins Color
Starring: Ralph Richardson, John Gielgud
1815. A soldier becomes the governor of St. Helena and jailer of Napoleon. High brow.

Eagles Attack At Dawn (1974)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Peter Brown, Rick Jason, Yehoram Gaon, Joseph Shiloal, Yehuda Barkan, Gabi Amrani
Members of the Israeli Army and Security Services plan an attack on a Syrian prison to release Israeli commandos. Eli (Yehoram Gaon) joins Beno (Rick Jason) and Abie (Peter Braun) in the clandestine operation. They must divert the attention of the Syrian Major Heikal (Yoseph Shiloah) by leaking false information to the Syrians. Hebrew, Arabic and English are spoken in this tepid drama.

Eliza's Horoscope (1975)
Running Time: 120 mins Color
Starring: Tommy Le Jones
A young woman arrives to Montreal to find love. A fortune teller tells her that a wealthy man meant for her is right around the corner so she goes looking even among her odd rag tag group roommates.

Eliza's Horoscope (1975)

An old Chinese astrologer sends a Canadian teenager (Elizabeth Moorman) on a strange quest for a rich husband.

Escape From Death Row (1976)
Running Time: 86 mins Color
Starring: Lee Van Cleef, Barbara Moore
Action abounds in this tense tale of a convicted criminal mastermind who devises a daring prison escape on the eve of his execution.

Escape To The Sun (1972)
Running Time: 118 mins Color
Starring: Laurence Harvey, John Ireland
Two young university students wish to escape the oppressive Soviet Union. But their plans are monitored by the KGB, who try to intimidate them. One of them is taken into custody and tortured, which spurs them to make an escape attempt that could cost them their lives.

Evel Knievel (1971)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: George Hamilton, Sue Lyon, Rod Cameron
Biography of the famed motorcycle daredevil, much of which was filmed in his home town of Butte, Montana. The film depicts Knievel reflecting on major events in his life just before a big jump.

Eyes Behind The Stars (1978)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Martin Balsam, Robert Hoffman, Natalie Delon, Nathalie Delon, Carlo Hintermann,Sherry Buchanan
After a photographer accidentally snaps pictures of an alien spacecraft, he becomes embroiled in a government cover-up.

Fair Play (1972)
Running Time: 83 mins Color
Starring: Paul Ford, Robert Middleton, Terry Wilson
A young man heads west to visit his uncle F.O. in a town named Fairplay. There a bit of friction between town locals.

Family Enforcer, The (1975)
Running Time: 85 mins Color
Starring: Joe Pesci
Neighborhood kid goes to work for the Mafia as a debt collector. Foreshadows elements of "Goodfellas" and "Casino". Joe Pesci's first big role. Clever dialog.

Fearless (1978)
Running Time: 89 mins Color
Starring: Joan Collins
In this Italian film, a private eye searches in Vienna for the clues to solve a case.

Fer-De-Lance (1974)
Running Time: 120 mins Color
Starring: Davis Janssen, Hope Lange
In this s-s-suspenseful drama, a submarine carrying a load of poisonous snakes accidentally wedges itself amidst the rocks near the bottom of the sea. Now the crew must somehow avoid the unwanted slitherers and manage to extricate themselves.

Find The Lady (1976)
Running Time: 94 mins Color
Starring: John Trent, John Candy, Mickey Rooney
Three kidnapping plots simultaneously target the same young woman. (

Firehouse (1973)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: Richard Roundtree, Vince Edwards, Andrew Duggan, Richard Jaeckel
In this action-drama an African American youth must deal with both physical tests and the racism of his peers as he works to become a full-fledged fire fighter. He is the only black man in an all-white unit and learns that the man he replaced was killed in a fire set by a black arsonist.

Flatfoot (1978)
Running Time: 95 mins Color
Starring: Bud Spencer
Spencer, star of "They Call Me Trinity", plays a tough police inspector who battles the Mafia and his own police chief in this non-stop hunt for drug smugglers. An entertaining actioner tha offers lots of laughs amind all the fights and chasing.

For Your Love Only (1977)
Running Time: 108 mins Color
Starring: Christian Quadflieg, Nastassja Kinski, Judy Winter
Sixteen year old pupil Sina Wolf has a love affair with her married Teacher Fichte. Also pupil Michael Harms cannot resist her beauty. One day Michael follows Sina into the forrest, throws her to the ground and begins to kiss her wildly. She stops him doing so taking a big stone, later telling everyone that somebody tried to rape her in the forrest while Michael was helping her. As the police begins to investigate Michael's death they regard teacher Fichte with suspicion. Things screw up for Sina as now Fichte stops dating her and police's questions are beginning to be uncomfortable.

Four Clowns (1970)
Running Time: 97 mins Black & White
Starring: Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Charlie Chase, Buster Keaton
The "Clowns" of the title are Laurel and Hardy, Keaton and the lesser-known but still hilarious Charley Chase, and the clips here show them all at the peak of their form.

These no-frills presentations by Robert Youngson keep the clips and their contents at the forefront, with music and narration as perfect none-too-intrusive accompaniment.

Frank and Tony aka Escape From Death Row (aka Dio, sei proprio un padreterno!) (1973)
Starring: Lee Van Cleef
There's trouble in Frankie Diomede's criminal empire in Genoa. A French gangster has moved into Frankie's territory, so Frankie flies home to take care of business. He promptly has himself arrested so that he'll have the perfect alibi when his top local associate dies, but then Frankie's life gets complicated: his enemies have enough juice to keep him in prison for awhile, his associates and allies are killed one at a time, and attempts on his life start. Help comes from an unlikely source: Tony Breda, a wannabe wiseguy who's a Milanese raised in Hoboken. Tony designs a plan to spring Frankie from jail, and then all roads lead to Marseilles. Is Tony a future Mafia don?

From Hell To Victory (1979)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: George Peppard, George Hamilton, Horst Bucholz, Sam Wanamaker
Stirring big scale action film with an all-star cast tracks the lives of six close-knit friends through the dark hours of World War II. In the desperate fight against the Nazis, each of them must face the hell of war. If they are to survive and ever meet again, if can only be through victory.

From Hell To Victory (1979)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: George Peppard, George Hamilton, Horst Buchholz, Sam Wannamaker, Capucine.
Group of friends from diverse ethnic backgrounds vow to meet annually, but WWII divides their friendships and their loyalties. English dubbed. Dir. Umberto Lenzi

Ginger In The Morning (1973)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Sissy Spacek, Monte Markham
An attractive young hitchhiker named Ginger meets and and takes up with a lonely, middle-aged advertising executive who is recently divorced. He is inspired by her free-spirited independence while she is drawn to his old-fashioned romanticism.

Girl Who Came Gift-wrapped, The (1974)
Running Time: ## mins Color
Starring: Karen Valentine, Richard Long, Tom Bosley and Farrah Fawcett
Country girl comes to the big city looking for a husband. When she finds the one she wants, she gives herself to him as a birthday present. Karen looks great bikiniclad.

Glove: Lethal Terminator, The (1978)
Running Time: 93 mins Color
Starring: John Saxon and Rosie Grier
A bounty hunter is offered $20,000 - off the record - for the capture of a very large man who dons body armor and steel-plated gauntlets for his regular beatings of some unfortunate individuals.

Go Ask Alice (1973)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: William Shatner, Andy Griffith
Inadvertently, a 14-year-old girl in the late American 1960s is sucked into an odyssey of sex and drugs. She eventually seeks help.

Going Steady (1979)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Yiftach Katzur, Yvonne Michaels, Zacki Noy, Rachel Steiner, Jonathan Segal, Daphna Armoni
Teenage romande, parties and sex in 1950s Tel Aviv. Music is at the core of the lives of these teenagers. This iscomedy about three friends.

Good Idea (1975)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Anthony Newley, Stefanie Powers, Isaac Hayes, Lloyd Bochner, Yvonne De Carlo , Henry Ramer
In this Canadian comedy, a husband sleeps with his ex-wife on a weekly basis. The busy woman also has time to get involved with an aspiring politician whose career is on the rise. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

Grand Duel, The (1973)
Running Time: ## mins Color

Lee Van Cleef, Peter O'Brien

Great Adventure, The (1975)
Running Time: 98 mins Color
Starring: Jack Palance, Joan Collins
Set during the American Gold Rush era, this is an unforgettable tale of an orphaned boy and his wild dog who must battle against the Yukon wilderness and human greed to help save a frontier town.

Great American Tragedy, A (1972)
Running Time: 75 mins Color
Starring: George Kennedy, Vera Miles, William Windom, Sallie Shockley
The Great American Tragedy is a melodrama about an aerospace engineer and his family who struggle to survive after he suddenly loses his job.

Great Ride, A (1979)

McCrae Road motorcycle racing adventure.

Great Smokey Roadblock (1977)
Starring: Henry Fonda
Charles Bronson is a wagon scout (Linc Murdock), who runs into difficulties when he meets old flame Maria (Susan Oliver), now married to corrupt lawman Rance Macklin (Jan Merlin).

Half A House (1977)
Running Time: 83 mins Color
Starring: Anthony Eisley, Kaz Garas, Francine York, Mary Grace Canfield, Pat Delaney, Angus Duncan
An estranged couple works to rebuild their relationship while constructing their dream house.

Hanging on a Star (1978)
Running Time: 91 mins Color
Starring: Wolfman Jack
The Jeff Martin Band thinks they have what it takes to make it big, but despite great songs and a charismatic lead singer (Lane Caudell), the rock quartet is stuck playing a succession of sleazy dives and bar mitzvahs, going nowhere fast. Enter Katie Ross (Deborah Raffin), an ambitious would-be rock manager who is sure she can break the boys big. The band is convinced by her persistence (as well as an incident in which she rescues them from a certain stomping at the hands of angry bikers) and Katie gets to work, following some leads she has in the industry thanks to her father, a retired showbiz promoter. She manages to sell powerful booking agent Gordon Shep (Wolfman Jack) on the talents of the Jeff Martin Band, and he promises the group a big show at the Greek (where only superstars play) by the end of the summer. The he group's popularity soars and Katie and Jeff find love in each other's arms. Unfortunately, when the Greek cancels their big gig, the band falls despondent and Jeff disappears. Katie convinces the theatre to reconsider, but it takes a trip to Mexico and a wild helicopter ride to get everyone on-stage at the same time

H-Bomb (1971)
Running Time: 92 mins Color

With the success of "Summertime Killer" (some facts list made before), Golden Harvest cast Chris Mitchum and Olivia Hussey in a action packed film about a bomb stolen by Hussey's dad, & a communist group and a group called FUJI headed by a bald guy. Mitchum plays Hussey's ex-boyfriend/CIA agent who has to stop them before they hold the world hostage.

Head Of The Family (1970)
Running Time: 105 mins Color
Starring: Leslie Caron, Nino Manfredi
In the chaos of post-World War II Rome, architecture students Paola and Marco meet, fall in love, and marry. Despite their separate convictions--he's a Communist, she's a Catholic--they plan an egalitarian marriage, in which each will pursue a career. Although they agree to wait to have children, the babies arrive. Burdened with four children, each parent blames the other. Abandoning her career after the birth of her first child, Paola redirects her energy toward caring for others, and the couple's home becomes a haven for both relatives and friends. This, plus the permissive rearing of the children, soon takes its toll on Paola, who neglects her appearance and her husband. Marco suffers from frustrated ideals; his pragmatic friends grow rich designing buildings he despises, while he barely can pay bills from the meager salary he makes as a civil servant. In the tenth year of marriage, Marco takes a young emancipated woman, Adriana, for a mistress. Threatened, Paola resorts to womanly wiles to win back Marco. He returns to his family, attacks his career with renewed enthusiasm, and becomes a success. Paola, however, now released from the strain of 20 years of childbearing and family devotion, suffers a nervous breakdown. When Paola is sent to a nursing home, Marco, alone in the large house, realizes his wife's indispensible role in his life and that of his family.

Heat Of Anger, The (1972)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: Susan Hayward, Lee J Cobb
A woman attorney and her young associate defend a wealthy contractor accused of murdering an ironworker who was having an affair with the contractor's daughter.

Hell Hole (1978)
Starring: Ingrid Greer
Sexy women must escape from jungle prison.

Hell Hounds Of Alaska (1974)
Running Time: 95 mins Color
Starring: Doug McClure
A fur-trapper battles the elements and robbers when a gold shipment is ambushed - leaving a boy in urgent need of medical attention.

Hide Out (1977)
Running Time: 87 mins Color
Starring: Ron Frederickson
In the middle of the great depression of the 1930's, 15-year-old Len Pennel's father has just been appointed sheriff in a small Kansas town. Events begin to shatter his peaceful summer when Len finds that his best friend's brother is responsible for robbing banks in the area.

Hit Lady (1974)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: Yvette Mimieux, Joseph Campanella, Clu Gulager, Dack Rambo, Keenan Wynn
Hit Lady star Yvette Mimieux also wrote the screenplay for this made-for-TV suspenser. Per the title, Mimieux plays a professional assassin. "And she never misses," declared the print ads for this film. When not working for the mob, she is a successful painter. Hit Lady slammed and blammed its way to the airwaves on October 8, 1974.

Hoax, The (1972)
Running Time: 85 mins Color
Starring: Bill Ewing, Frank Bonner, Jacques Aubuchon, Sharon De Bord, Don Dubbins, Harriett Gibson, Ann Morrison
Two scheming ne'er-do-wells find a lost nuclear weapon in the ocean near Los Angeles. They decide to light-heartedly try and blackmail the city by asking for money from each citizen. This arouses the attention of the local authorities.

Holes, The (1973)
Running Time: 94 mins Color
Starring: Michel Serrault, Michel Galabru, Charles Denner, Philippe Noiret, Gerard Depardieu
Trying to escape the rest of humanity, a group moves underground, but the conditions that drove them there start to manifest in their new society.

Hollywood Man (1978)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: William Smith, Jennifer Billingsley, Ray Girardin, Jude Farese, Tom Simcox, Mary Woronov
This low-budget action saga concerns Rafe Stoker, a screen idol turned film director so desperate to finish making his new opus that he enlists the financial support of the mafia. In the process, Rafe makes a series of high-flown promises to the lending thugs, including a completed film and payback out of the profits within four weeks. Unfortunately, though, the movie takes longer than anticipated, and Rafe winds up at the mercy of a cadre of redneck bikers intent on sabotaging the film for Rafe's collateral. Soon, Rafe has to both fight to finish the picture, and fend off such elements as ruthless cops and evil snipers.

Honor Thy Father (1973)
Running Time: 101 mins Color
Starring: Joseph Bologna, Brenda Vaccaro
The account of a real-life mafia story as told by Bill Bonanno, the son of mob chief Joe Bonanno. Made for Television movie.

How Awful About Allan (1970)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: Anthony Perkins, Julie Harris, Joan Hacket, Kent Smith, Robert H. Harris
A young man who is tormented with guilt over his father's death years before starts hearing strange voices and feeling the presence of an unknown force that seems to be menacing him.

How Come Nobody's on Our Side? (1975)
Running Time: 84 mins Color

Richard Michaels, who directed over 30 made-for-TV movies as well as episodes of The Brady Bunch and Love, American Style, gives an overly small-screen feel to this self-described "high-flying comedy caper" which remains hopelessly earthbound. Biker-movie refugees Adam Roarke and Larry Bishop (Joey's son) star as -- not surprisingly -- a pair of actors sick of making biker movies and yearning to add some excitement to their lives. Stealing some motorcycles, they hit the road in character (stopping along the way to attend a screening of The Savage Seven, in which both actors actually appeared) for a series of uninteresting adventures. They get in fights, are ridiculed by real bikers, and eventually masquerade as policemen to smuggle marijuana over the Mexican border.

Hurricane (1974)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: Larry Hagman
Made for TV movie in the era of the disaster movies.

I Miss You, Hugs And Kisses (1978)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Elke Sommer, Donald Pilon, Charles Shamata, George Touliatos, Cindy Girling, Cec Linder.
Based on the real-life Toronto, Canada murder case of Peter Demeter, accused of killing his wife in 1975. Music by Howard Shore. Dir. Murray Markowitz

I Will Fight No More Forever (1975)
Running Time: ## mins Color
Starring: Sam Elliot, James Whitmore
A chronicle of the war between the United States Army and the Nez Perce Indian Nation. Chief Joseph initially agrees to the terms offered by General Howard, and allows his tribe's land to be settled by white men. When Howard reneges, however, Joseph and his tribe go on the offensive, pursuing Howard's men all the way to Canada before the tribe can no longer stand the strains and horrors of war.
This film shows the inhumanity of man to his fellow man and how one truly great man can rise the the occasion of greatness in the middle of great danger.

I Wonder Who's Killing Her Now (1975)
Running Time: 87 mins Color
Starring: Bob Dishy Joanna Barnes
The dead-beat husband of a rich woman who, after finding out she's going to divorce him, takes out a life insurance policy on her and hires a hit man (Bill Dana aka Jose Jimenez) to do the dirty work. Then he finds out that the insurance policy is invalid, thanks to the incompetant doctor (Pat Morita) who performed the most discreet physical in medical "hystery"! The husband then tries to stop the hit, only to find that it has been sub-contracted about a dozen times!

If Tomorrow Comes (1971)
Starring: Patty Duke
In California, a young Caucasian girl and a Japanese-American boy defy local prejudices and secretly marry--on Dec. 7, 1941, minutes before Pearl Harbor is attacked.

If You Don't Stop It? (1975)
Starring: George Spencer
A collection of sexy jokes.

In Search Of America (1971)
Running Time: 75 mins Color
Starring: Jeff Bridges, Tyne Daly
In this made-for-TV movie, Carl Betz and Vera Miles play the parents of shaggy-haired college dropout Jeff Bridges. At the boy's suggestion, Betz and Miles pack their family -- including grandma -- into a 1928 Greyhound bus and hit the road, in search of America.

Incident On A Dark Street Suspense, Made-For-TV (1973)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: William Shatner, James Olson, David Canary, Robert Pine, Richard Castellano
A small-time hood is murdered just as he is about to blow the whistle on an organized crime ring.

Iron Maiden (1978)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Sing Chen, Angela Mao, Kong Chu
The plot deals with a search for a valuable pearl, dubbed the Buddha's Relic, which is sold to an unwitting Japanese emissary by a corrupt Ching Dynasty prince who seeks to steal it back for his own purposes.

It Couldn't Happen To A Nicer Guy (1974)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: Paul Sorvino, Michael Learned
A beautiful woman decides to play a prank on a random man from the street by kidnapping him at gunpoint to her house. After forcing him to strip, she sends him on his way naked. He reports the incident to the authorities, but they either don't believe him, or, if they do, can't understand why he would consider it a crime - a reaction he also gets from his friends and family.

It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time (1975)
Running Time: 106 mins Color
Starring: Anthony Newley, Stefanie Powers
In this Canadian comedy, a husband sleeps with his ex-wife on a weekly basis. The busy woman also has time to get involved with an aspiring politician whose career is on the rise. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

It's Good to be Alive (1974)
Starring: Paul Winfield
The story of former Brooklyn Dodger catcher Roy Campanella, whose career was cut short in 1959 when he lost the use of his legs in an auto accident

James Dean: A Legend in His Own Time (1976)
Running Time: 94 mins Color
Starring: Michael Brandon, Stephen McHattie, Brooke Adams
A dramatization of the story of legendary movie actor James Dean. The film's writer, William Bast, had roomed with Dean in the early '50s, when both were trying to break into films as actors.

Jane Eyre (1970)
Running Time: 106 mins Color
Starring: George C. Scott, Susannah York
Jane Eyre is an orphan, sent to Lowood school, and eventually becomes a governess at Thornfield hall to a girl named Adele. While she is there, many strange things happen and eventually she and Edward Rochester, owner of Thornfeild and Adele's guardian, fall in love. Suddenly, when Jane is about to win the happiness she deserves, a dark secret comes to light, and it will take all of her courage, love and understanding to triumph.

Jesus Trip, The (1971)
Running Time: 84 mins Color
Starring: Tippy Walker, Billy Green Bush
When the police discover that their motorcycles are concealing heroin, Waco (Robert Porter) and his motorcycle gang hides out in a desert convent. A highway patrolman (Billy 'Green' Bush) hunts down the gang after they kidnap a nun, Sister Anna (Tippy Walker) and flee the convent. Soon Waco and the young nun fall in love and she is forced to decide whether or not to leave the church for him.

Jory (1973)

Impressionable Jory Walden (Robby Benson) is orphaned when his alcoholic lawyer father, Ethan (Claudio Brook), is killed in a saloon fight in Santa Rosa, Calif. Hooking up with flashy gunslinger Jocko (B.J. Thomas) and sober-minded cattleman Roy (John Marley), the troubled Jory learns his life lessons on a cattle drive to eastern New Mexico. Though Jory shows a natural ability with a pistol, Roy tries to impress upon the hot-tempered teen that real men solve problems without guns.

Jory (1973)
Starring: John Marley
Jory is a fifteen-year-old boy who joins a horse-drive after his father is killed by a drunkard. The drive's leader and a likable cowhand take the boy under their wing

Journey Into Fear (1975)
Running Time: 99 mins Color
Starring: Vincent Price, Donald Pleasence, Shelly Winters
A geologist working for an American company in Turkey makes a shocking discovery. An inferior remake of a 1942 feature starring Orson Welles and Joseph Cotten.

Julia (1977)
Running Time: 83 mins Color
Starring: Sylvia Kristel, Jean-Claude Bouillon, Terry Torday
The film traces the lifelong relationship between playwright Lillian Hellman and Julia, a wealthy girl who turns her back on her upbringing to follow her ideals. In the 1930s, while the adult Hellman (Jane Fonda) struggles to establish herself as a playwright with the help of her lover, Dashiell Hammett (Jason Robards), Julia (Vanessa Redgrave) battles the exigencies of the Nazi regime. Visiting Julia in Germany, Lillian realizes how much her friend's idealism has cost her, both physically and financially. Now comes the story's questionable aspect: Lillian is asked by Julia's friend Johann (Maximillian Schell) to smuggle a large sum of money from Russia to Germany, the better to combat the Nazis from within. Nominated for 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, and four acting awards, Julia won for Alvin Sargent's screenplay and Robards' and Redgrave's performances, leading to Redgrave's infamous "Zionist hoodlums" acceptance speech.

Julius Caesar (1970)
Running Time: 116 mins Color
Starring: Charlton Heston, Jason Robards Jr., John Gielgud, Richard Chamberlain, Diana Rigg, Robert Vaughn.
Shakespeare's tale of murder and political corruption in Ancient Rome.

Justine De Sade (1971)
Running Time: 102 mins Color
Starring: Alice Arno, Mauro Parenti, Yves Arcanel, Michel Bertay
This bleak French film retells the adventures (sexual and otherwise) of Justine, from a book by the notorious Marquis De Sade. Justine (Alice Arno) is a poor serving girl who tries to maintain her virtue and her standards. Unfortunately, she is victimized by everyone she encounters. She is sent to jail by an early employer because she refuses to steal. In another scene, the man she saves from a gang of outlaws rapes her. Once again she is victimized by a sodomitical pair when she won't help them kill one of their aunts. Finally, just as she is about to find some real help, lightning strikes.

Katherine )
Starring: Sissy Spacek
Spacek plays the part of a girl who lets her emotions and liberal attitudes turn her into a maniac bomber. Her warped mind convinced her that killing and destroying was the answer to a better world. Much of the film was done with Spacek and Winkler sitting on a chair talking to the audience about their views of the world and how to make it a different place. Very good film dealing with the observations of a pair of diehard maniacs.

Katie's Passion (1977)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Rutger Hauer, Monique van den Ven
In 19th century Holland, a young girl acquires fame, money, power and love through her wiles. AKA: KEETJE TIPPLE; CATHY TIPPEL.

Katie's Passion (1975)
Starring: Rutger Hauer
The young girl Keetje moves to Amsterdam in 1881 with her impoverished family, and is led into prostitution in order to survive. In the process she sees the corrupting influence of money.

Kemek (1970)
Black & White
Starring: Helmuth Schneider
A wealthy, eccentric chemical company owner sends his woman to get an American writer to take a mind control drug, Kemek, to verify its potential. She accomplishes her mission, but falls totally in love with the writer. The chemical magnate, satisfied with the results of the test, rewards her with murder, just as she is about to flee to Naples with her new lover. Her ex-husband and a private detective track the killer behind it all to a remote hideaway to unravel the solution.

Kemek (1975)
Running Time: 80 mins Color
Starring: David Hedison, Alexandra Stewart, Mary Woronov
An evil, but brilliant, doctor makes beautiful women his sexual "slaves" with a powerful, mind-altering drug called "kemek". AKA: FOR LOVE OR MURDER.

Keyholes are for Peeping (1972)
Starring: Sammy Petrillo
Starring Sammy Petrillo, Phillip Stahl, Saul Meth, more. Jerry Lewis look-a-like Sammy Petrillo stars as a fake marriage counselor. He earns his degree via a correspondence course and many of his neighbors come to him for sexual advice.

Kidnap Syndicate (1975)
Running Time: 73 mins Color
Starring: James Mason
Crime drama about the kidnapping of the son of an industrialist.

Killing Affair (1977)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Peter Weller
A white female detective is partnered with a black male detective to find the person who is committing a series of particularly vicious murders. During the course of the investigation the two begin to develop an attraction to each other, but the situation is complicated by the fact that he is married.

Killing Kind, The (1973)
Running Time: 95 mins Color
Starring: Ann Sothern, John Savage, Ruth Roman, Cindy Williams
This genuinely perverse horror film stars John Savage as a young man forced to participate in the beachfront gang rape of Sue Bernard by his nasty friends. After two years in jail, he returns to the boardinghouse run by his mother (Ann Sothern), who does things like kissing him on the mouth and photographing him in the shower. Before long, he freaks out and strangles a cat while peeping at a new tenant (Cindy Williams), then almost drowns the poor girl in the pool before slashing her panties with a razor and choking her in the bathtub. He forces Bernard's car off a cliff, then makes his lawyer (Ruth Roman) drink herself stupid at knifepoint before setting her on fire. Savage and Sothern are fabulous and Luana Anders is creepy as the librarian next door who keeps trying to seduce the disturbed man. Quite a twisted little chiller, with several priceless bizarre moments like a dream sequence featuring a diapered Savage in a crib on the beach surrounded by laughing neighbors. The ubiquitous Gary Graver did 2nd unit photography.

King Arthur, The Young Warlord (1975)
Running Time: 95 mins Color
Starring: Oliver Tobias
This is the inspiring, epic journey of a noble warrior's quest to prove his worth, his might, and his destined fate to become the next ruler of Britain.

King Lear (1971)
Running Time: 137 mins Color
Starring: Paul Scofield, Irene Worth, Patrick Magee.
Russian version of Shakespeare's classic play.

King Solomon's Treasure (1976)
Running Time: 68 mins Color
Starring: David McCallum, Hayley Mills
Three adventurers lead an expedition into darkest Africa in search of the treasure of King Solomon, and on the way encounter hostile natives, volcanoes, dinosaurs and a lost Phoenician city ruled by a beautiful queen.

Kingfisher Caper, The (1976)
Running Time: 83 mins Color
Starring: Hayley Mills, David McCallum
In this film, David McCallum and Hayley Mills are but two cogs in a plot wheel involving a decades-old family feud. Both warring families covet a valuable diamond mine, and there are those who'll stop at nothing to get it. As often happens in these things, a star-crossed romance develops.

Klansman, The (1974)
Running Time: 112 mins Color
Starring: Lee Marvin, Richard Burton, Cameron Mitchell, O.J. Simpson, Luciana Paluzzi, Linda Evans
Samuel Fuller was originally set to direct this turgid racial melodrama but jumped ship, replaced by Terence Young. Lee Marvin stars as Sheriff Bascomb, the entire law enforcement department in a small Southern town, who is trying to keep a lid on local Ku Klux Klan activity. But racial tensions first simmer and then explode when Nancy Poteet (Linda Evans) is raped and the town's mayor Hardy (David Huddleston), who is also the head of the local chapter of the Ku Klux Klan, blames an innocent black man for the crime. Also involved in the proceedings is local landowner Breck Stancill (Richard Burton), who must have modeled his Southern accent on the soupy delivery of James Mason in Mandingo.

Last Of The Belles, The (1974)
Running Time: 98 mins Color
Starring: Susan Surandon, Richard Chamberland
A semi-fictional account of how writer F. Scott Fitzgerald met his wife while he was in the army and stationed in Alabama in 1919.

Last Train War (1973)
Running Time: 95 mins Color
Starring: Jean-Louis Trintignant, Romy Schneider, Maurice Biraud
Two people, a Frenchman Julien Maroyeur and a Jewish German woman (Anna Kupfer) met on a train while escaping the German army entering France.

Last Train, The (1973)
Running Time: 95 mins Color
Starring: Romy Schneider, Jean-Louis Trintingnant
Two people, a Frenchman Julien Maroyeur and a Jewish German woman (Anna Kupfer) met on a train while escaping the German army entering France.

Legend of Valentino, The (1975)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Franco Nero, Suzanne Pleshette, Judd Hirsch, Yvette Mimieux
In this fictionalized version of the silent film era superstar, Rudolph Valentino (Franco Nero), a young and impoverished Italian immigrant, is discovered as he's robbing the house of screenwriter June Mathis (Suzanne Pleshette), a somewhat older woman who is already a film-world insider. After forgiving the young man, Mathis soon comes to recognize his star potential and leads him into the world of movies. Eventually, Valentino becomes the biggest male sex symbol of his time.

Leon Errol Festival )
Running Time: ## mins Black & White

Gem Jams, Double Honeymoon and Ring Madness. Three short comedies by the beloved Errol.

Letters From Three Lovers (1973)
Running Time: 75 mins Color
Starring: Martin Sheen, June Allyson, Ken Berry, Robert Sterling, Belinda Montgomery, Lou Frizzell, Juliet Mills
In three separate stories personal mail reaches a man (Martin Sheen) and two women (June Allyson, Juliet Mills) a year late.

Light At The Edge Of The World, The (1971)
Running Time: 120 mins Color
Starring: Kirk Douglas, Yul Brynner, Samantha Eggar
Pirates take over a lighthouse on a rocky island. They then execute a devious plan to cause ships to run aground, pillaging their wrecks. A lone member of the lighthouse crew survives, and he deperately fights their plot. A shipwrecked maiden that avoids the pirates slaughter soon complicates the situation.

Lil' Scratch Family (1973)
Running Time: 89 mins Color

Little Dog Lost (1977)
Running Time: 88 mins Color
Starring: Chill Wills, Michelle Ashburn, John Steadman
It looks like the end of the line for Poco and Kim when they are separated following a car accident. Poco's relentless search takes him through the desert. Bravely facing the odds, Poco encounters many dangers, and makes some new friends.

Little Ladies Of The Night (1977)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: David Soul, Lou Gossett, Linda Purl, Clifton James, Kathleen Quinlan, Vic Tayback, Dorothy Malone
Also known as Little Ladies of the Night, the story focuses on a teenager who runs away from home and finds herself in the sordid world of street-life prostitution. She gains help from a police officer, who is still connected to the underground since he formerly worked as a pimp.

Lonely Hearts (Aka Wife Swapping Italian Style) (1973)
Running Time: 105 mins Black & White
Starring: Senta Berger, Christopher Hodge.
Affluent couple, bored with life, encounter two free-thinking teenagers who give them a new outlook on living. COLOR. English dubbed.

Lou Gehrig Story, The (1977)
Running Time: 96 mins Black & White
Starring: Blythe Danner, Edward Herrmann, Gerald O'Loughlin
Based on the 1976 autobiography My Luke and I by Eleanor Gehrig and Joseph Durso, Love Affair: The Eleanor & Lou Gehrig Story provides a slightly different slant on the events previously dramatized on film as Pride of the Yankees (1942). The story is told in flashback from the point of view of the wife of baseball's "Iron Man". Sitting in a deserted Yankee stadium, Eleanor (Blythe Danner) relates her tale to her biographer Joseph Durso (Robert Burr). She recalls how she met the painfully shy ballplayer Lou Gehrig (Edward Herrmann) on a blind date in 1933. She remembers her battle of wills with Lou's domineering and possessive mother (played with a nearly impenetrable foreign accent by Patricia Neal), and her 1934 elopement with her "Luke." Other memories include the New York Yankees' goodwill trip to Japan, where relationships became strained between teammates Gehrig and Babe Ruth (Ramon Bieri). Also recalled is the fact that Lou played 2130 consecutive games (a record was only recently broken by Cal Ripken Jr.). Eleanor's story ends inevitably with Lou's slow death from amyotropic lateral sclerosis. In summing up, Eleanor insists that despite the tragic final years, she wouldn't have traded her short time as Mrs. Lou Gehrig for anything. Edward Herrmann took pride in the fact that his portrayal of Lou Gehrig won the unqualified praise of the real Eleanor (though Herrmann learned to bat southpaw for the role, he is seen actually playing baseball only once) Originally scheduled for broadcast on October 9, 1977, the made-for-TV Love Affair was bumped by a World Series playoff game; it was rescheduled for January 15, 1978--smack dab opposite the Super Bowl.

Lovers And Liars (1979)
Running Time: 95 mins Color
Starring: Goldie Hawn, Giancarlo Giannini, Claudine Auger
Goldie Hawn plays a naive American involved with an Italian executive. Giancarlo Giannini, Claudine Auger. Cora: Aurore Clement. Omero: Renzo Montagnani. Also called "Lovers and Liars." Mario Monicelli directed.

Mad Bomber, The (1972)
Running Time: 80 mins Color
Starring: Chuck Connors, Vince Edwards, Neville Brand
A police investigator is assigned to spearhead the search for a mad bomber who has terrorized the city with a group of unrelated bombings.

Mad Dog (1977)
Starring: Richard Harrison
Sadistic no-count killer Nanni Vitali and three other equally brutish hoodlums escape from prison. The foul foursome embark on a savage rape, murder, and robbery spree. Vitali even abducts and defiles frightened hapless lass Giuliana Caroli. Meanwhile, rugged police inspector Giulio Santini is determined to bag the despicable Vitali.

Man at The Top (1973)
Running Time: 92 mins Color

Man at the Top was a theatrical-film spin-off of a popular British TV series, inspired by the earlier movies Room at the Top and Life at the Top. Kenneth Haigh starred in the series as Joe Lampton, the successful but emotionally empty business executive portrayed in the earlier films by Laurence Harvey. In Man at the Top, Lampton (Haigh again) endures a crisis of conscience. He knows that his pharmaceutical firm is about to market an untested and possibly dangerous drug. He is also bound by ties of familial loyalty: His boss (Harry Andrews) happens to be his father-in-law. Nanette Newman, a busy doe-eyed ingenue of the 1960s, is quietly effective as the middle-aged Mrs. Lampton.

Mandinga (1976)
Starring: Antonio Gismondo
An Old South plantation owner lusts after his female slaves.

Manhattan Love Song (1977)
Running Time: 70 mins Black & White
Starring: Robert Armstrong, Dixie Lee, Franklin Pangborn, George Irving.
Two prosperous sisters find themselves broke when their financial consultant dies, and they are forced to find jobs and help with the housework. Dir. W. Lee Wilder.

Manipulator, The (1972)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Stephen Boyd, Sylva Koscina
Styled after James Bond and The Man From Uncle, this Euro thriller stars Boyd and Kocina in a fast moving story of espionage and intrigue.

Marta (1971)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Stephen Boyd, Marisa Mell
A wealthy landowner haunted by the spectre of his dead mother has a fling with a beautiful fugitive who bears a striking resemblance to his missing wife, who may have been murdered.

Massacre at Central High (1976)

Maimed by bullies at a California high school, a new student (Derrel Maury) engineers acts of revenge.

Maybe I'll Come Home In The Spring (1970)
Running Time: 75 mins Color
Starring: Sally Field, Jackie Cooper, Eleanor Parker, Lane Bradbury, David Carradine, Harry Lauter
This is a made for TV movie starring Sally Field and is essentially a story of family interaction through the generations. When Field leaves home to live on a commune, where she experiments with drugs, her decision to return home creates emotional strains on the younger and older generations. Sensitive performances.

Mayday At 40,000 Feet! (1976)

The captain (David Janssen) and co-pilot of a disabled jetliner have an armed killer on board.

Med (1974)
Running Time: 103 mins Color
Starring: George Hamilton, Cameron Mitchell, Lucianna Paluzzi 
In Greece, a stewardess is murdered by a masked maniac. Suspicion falls on a drunken American playboy (George Hamilton) and a murderous gangster (Cameron Mitchell).

Message To My Daughter (1973)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: Bonnie Bedelia, Martin Sheen, Kitty Winn, Neva Patterson
A girl finds herself getting closer to her dead mother after viewing hours of tape made especially for her 17 years ago.

Mind Snatchers, The (1972)
Running Time: 94 mins Color
Starring: Christopher Walken, Joss Ackland, Ross Meeker, Ronny Cox
A doctor uses shock treatment to treat his most aggressive patients. Controversial film. AKA: HAPPINESS CAGE, THE; THE DEMON WITHIN

Mission Monte Carlo (1971)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Tony Curtis, Roger Moore, Susan George
Glamours gaming capital on the French Riviera is the backdrop for this tongue-in-cheek adventure with Curtis as a brash millionaire who jones forces with British noblman Moore to battle an internation conspiracy in a dangerous game of life and death.

Mister Superinvisible (1973)
Running Time: 91 mins Black & White
Starring: Dean Jones, Ingeborg Schoener, Gastone Moschin.
Bumbling scientist works on a cure for the common cold but the serum he develops turns him invisible. Color.

Money Movers (1979)

Company specializing in safe carrying of money shipments becomes the target of repeated heists. Company leadership is enforcing new measures in order to tighten the security. However, the biggest danger of new heist lies within its own ranks.

Money, The (1975)
Running Time: ## mins Color
Starring: Laureance Luckinbill, Sam Levene
A prominent businessman's children become the target of a young, unemployed man, who sees them as his ticket to wealth.

Mooch Goes To Hollywood (1971)
Running Time: 51 mins Color
Starring: Jim Backus, Vincent Price, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Jill St. John, Phyllis Diller, Mickey Rooney
A dog named Mooch comes to Hollywood and tries to make it in show business with the help of Zsa Zsa Gabor (narrator).

Moonfire (1970)
Running Time: 107 mins Color
Starring: Richard Egan, Charles Napier, Sonny Liston, Joaquin Martinez
An astronaut working for a private corporation touches down on a former Nazi's southern Mexico ranch.

Mr. Inside, Mr. Outside (1973)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: Hal Linden, Tony LoBianco, Phil Bruns Two New York City policeman foil a group of gem thieves.
Originally made as a television pilot for a series that never panned out, Mr. Inside, Mr. Outside focuses on two New York cops (Hal Linden, Tony LoBianco). The pair work together to thwart a gang of diamond smugglers, with one going undercover while the other remains on the outside.

Mr. Kingstreet's War (1973)
Running Time: 92 mins Color
Starring: John Saxon, Tippi Hedren
Set in 1939 immediately prior to the onset of World War II, an American couple, James Kingstreet and his wife make their home and manage a wildlife preserve located between Italian-governed Abyssinia and British Kenya as war approaches. Kingstreet's sole assistant is a native and his one-eyed brother. Kingstreet and his spouse will not accommodate either the English or Italians threatening their spread, antagonizing the commanding major of the latter group and prepare to halt the invasion of their property.

Mr. Scarface (1977)
Running Time: 85 mins Color
Starring: Jack Palance, Edmund Purdom, Harry Baer.
A man searches for the murderer of his father. Color. Dir. Edward Sutherland.

Mr. Sycamore (1975)
Running Time: 87 mins Color
Starring: Jason Robards, Sandy Dennis, Jean Simmons
Jason Robards is a man who decides he'd rather be a tree.

Murder On Flight 502 (1975)
Running Time: 120 mins Color
Starring: Farrah Fawcett, Brooke Adams, Sony Bono
A terrorist hijacks a 747 on a flight from New York to London.

Murder Once Removed (1971)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: John Forsythe, Barbara Bain
A charming doctor who kills his female patients is discovered by a private detective in this made for television movie.

My Boys Are Good Boys (1978)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Ralph Meeker, Lloyd Nolan, Ida Lupino
Teenagers plot the robbery of an armored car.

New Adventures of Heidi, The (1978)
Running Time: 98 mins Color
Starring: Katy Kurtzman, Burl Ives, John Gavin
The New Adventures of Heidi may be set in contemporary times, but it's still the same old yodel-ay-ee-hoo. Johann Spyri's disgustingly spunky moppet Heidi (Katy Kurtzman) is separated from her beloved grandfather (Burl Ives). She is sent to live with hateful relatives in New York City. Before winning over everyone except the audience, Heidi and her cohorts get to warble 10 original songs by Buz Kohan. Made for TV, The New Adventures of Heidi might have been more tolerable had it been interrupted by a pro football game.

Night of the Strangler (1972)
Starring: Micky Dolenz
In New Orleans, a man learns that his sister has a black lover and is pregnant. He throws her away and, a bit later, she is murdered by a mysterious killer with a peace-sign belt buckle, who disguises the murder as suicide. Her friend Vince and a black priest investigates, but this leads to more murders until a surprise ending...

Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square, A (1979)
Running Time: 102 mins Color
Starring: Richard Jordan, David Niven, Oliver Tobias, Elke Sommer, Gloria Grahame, Hugh Griffith
When Pinky is released from prison, he gets a job as a maintenance man at a large bank, and receives a lot of undue attention from a local hoodlum.

No 1. of the Secret Service (1977)
Running Time: 85 mins Color

No. 1 is fearless, irrestible, and licensed to kill. No. 1 is assigned to capture a madman killing international financiers. Before getting the bad guy, No. 1 encounters mercenaries from the evil organization K.R.A.S.H. (Killing, Rape, Arson, Slaughter, and Hit). James Bond spoof.

Octaman (1971)
Running Time: 76 mins Color
Starring: Kerwin Matthews, Jeff Morrow, Anna Maria Pier Angeli, Jerome Guardinok, Harry Guardino
A scientific expedition to a remote Mexican fishing community discovers unhealthy amounts of radiation in the local waters. They also find a small mutant octopus with nearly-human eyes that can crawl on land and make mewling sounds like a baby. In order to receive further funding for their project, Dr. Rick Torres travels back to the States to make a deal with circus owner Johnny Caruso, who is interested in the bizarre mutation as a carny act. They return to the camp to discover that their crew has been slaughtered by someone (or something) and the octopus specimen is missing. A young man from the village says that a local legend about a creature said to be half man and half sea serpent is true, and offers to take the scientists to the lake where it is purported to live. What they find is a seven foot tall walking octopus with amazing strength and a lust for killing, and soon the expedition realizes that the monster is now hunting them.

Old Gun, The (1975)
Running Time: 103 mins Color
Starring: Phillippe Noiret, Romy Schneider
In Montauban in 1944, Julien Dandieu in a surgeon in the local hospital. Frightened by the German army entering Montauban, he asks his friend Francois to drive his wife and his daughter in the back country village where Julien has an old castle. One week later, Julien decided to meet then for the week end, but the Germans are already occupying the village.

One Of My Wives Is Missing (1976)
Running Time: 93 mins Color
Starring: Jack Klugman, Elizabeth Ashley, James Franciscus
Daniel Corban's wife Elizabeth disappeared after they had a fight. Then she shows up, yet he insists that the woman isn't actually his wife. TV Movie.

Only With Married Men (1974)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: David Birney, Michele Lee, John Astin, Dom DeLuise, Gavin MacLeod
In this made-for-television comedy, a young woman gets herself into trouble when she begins fulfilling her man-craving with a string of married men.

Our Totem is the Raven (1972)
Running Time: 21 mins Color
Starring: Chief Dan George
Fifteen-year-old David has little interest in his cultural heritage. His grandfather takes him into the forest to give him an understanding of his forefathers, the Native Americans.

Oval Portrait (1972)
Starring: Wanda Hendrix
A woman finds herself possessed by the soul of another woman trapped inside a painting.

Over The Hill Gang Rides Again, The (1970)
Running Time: 73 mins Color
Starring: Walter Brennan, Fred Astaire
TV Sequel to "The Over the Hill Gang", ex-Texas Rangers team up to rehabilitate Astaire, the town drunk, who is restored to the job of Marshal of Waco.

Panic In Echo Park (1977)
Running Time: 72 mins Color
Starring: Dorian Harewood, Robin Gammell, Catlin Adams
In this made-for-television drama, a doctor feverishly works to save a city from a potentially devastating epidemic.

Paper Man (1971)
Running Time: 75 mins Color
Starring: Dean Stockwell, Stefanie Powers, James Stacy, Elliott Street
A credit-card computer error results in three deaths and a traumatic confrontation between humans and machines.

People, The (1972)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: Kim Darby, Dan O'Herlihy, Diane Varsi, William Shatner, Laurie Walters
A young woman is assigned to teach school in a secluded valley whose inhabitants appear stern, secretive and anti-pleasure. Following two children who disappear to play in the woods, she finds that this is actually a community of extraterrestrials with mild paranormal powers who are attempting to repress and deny their heritage for fear of arousing prejudice and hatred in their human neighbors.

Pioneer Woman (1973)
Running Time: ## mins Color
Starring: Joanna Pettet, William Shatner
A homesteading family in the 1867 Wyoming faces a crisis when the husband is killed and the wife must decide whether to remain or take her son and daughter back East.

Piranha, Piranha (1972)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Peter Brown, William Smith, Ahna Capri
Peter Brown and Ahna Capri star as wildlife photographers, exploring the Amazon jungle. The two shutterbugs run afoul of homicidal hunter William Smith. In Most Dangerous Game fashion, the villain gives Brown and Capri a head start, then begins hunting them down like wild animals. The title is something of a giveaway: it's a safe bet that somebody's body will be picked clean by those omniverous Amazon piranhas. Filmed on location, Piranha Piranha received plenty of TV play after Jaws opened the floodgates of "death from the deep" flicks.

Point of terror (1971)
Starring: Peter Carpenter
A nightclub singer has nightmares about being involved in adultery and murder, only to wake up and find that they may not be nightmares.

Porridge (1979)
Starring: Ronnie Barker
An excellent adaptation of a successful BBC TV series. All the regulars contribute outstanding performances. It was Richard Beckinsale's last film, and he was memorable as the novice prison imate to Ronnie Barker's old prison hand. Filmed at Chelmsford Prison, while the prison was being refurbished after a fire. This just adds to the film's professional direction.

Long time Slade prison inmate Fletcher (Ronnie Barker) is ordered by Grouty (Peter Vaughan) to arrange a football match between the prisoners and an all-star celebrity team. Fletcher is unaware that the match is only a diversion so that an escape can take place. When Fletcher and his cell mate Lennie (Richard Beckinsale) stumble on the escape, they are taken along, and find themselves having to break back into prison to avoid getting into trouble.

Private School (1974)
Starring: Claudia Jennings
A group of men and women travel to a Carribean resort to discover themselves sexually but unfortunately one of them has also discovered that they like to murder people too.

Project: Kill (1976)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Leslie Nielsen, Gary Lockwood, Nancy Kwan, Vic Silayan, Vic Diaz, Pamela Parsons.
Neilson plays a kung-fu expert who is the head of a secret government agency. When he mysteriously disappears, his former partner is hired to find him: dead or alive. Dir. William Girdler

Project: Kill (1977)
Running Time: 94 mins Color
Starring: Leslie Nielsen, Gary Lockwood, Nancy Kwan
The head of a murder-for-hire squad suddenly disappears and his former assistant is hired to rack him down - dead or alive.

Prophet, The (1976)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Vittorio Gassman, Ann-Margret, Giuseppe Altamurra
Pietro Breccia is a man who has long decided to abandon civilization becoming a hermit, leaving behind the strain of modern life and the futility of consumer society and living for years in seclusion on Soratte, near Rome. One day he is discovered by a TV crew that, sniffing the scoop, film a report about him.

Punch & Jody (1974)
Running Time: 78 mins Color
Starring: Glenn Ford, Ruth Roman, Pam Griffin, Kathleen Widdoes, S
In this drama, a man leaves his wife to join the circus. Many years later, he bumps into a pretty teenage girl who turns out to be the daughter he never knew existed.

Pyx, The (1973)
Running Time: 108 mins Color
Starring: Karen Black, Christopher Plummer
A detective investigating the death of a heroin-addicted prostitute uncovers evidence pointing to the existence of a murderous devil cult.

Raid on Romell (1971)
Running Time: 99 mins Color
Starring: Richard Burton, John Colicos, Clinton Greyn
In 1942 Libya, a German-speaking British Intelligence officer uses former British POWs, some dressed in German uniforms, to fulfill a secret sabotage mission inside German-captured Tobruk.

Reborn (1978)
Running Time: 106 mins Color
Starring: Dennis Hopper, Michael Moriarty
A phony evangelistic faith healer hires actors to pose with ailments and then appear cured.

Red, White and Busted (1975)
Running Time: 85 mins Color

Young man who fled to Canada to avoid being drafted into the army for Vietnam prepares to come home for his father's funeral.

Rescue From Gilligan's Island (1978)
Running Time: 107 mins Black & White
Starring: Bob Denver, Alan Hale Jr., Jim Backus, Russell Johnson, Dawn Wells, Natalie Schaffer, Judith Baldwin.
The castaways return to civilization after 14 years on their desert isle and find a very different world waiting for them.

Ripoff (1977)
Running Time: 77 mins Color
Starring: Michael Benet
In Rip-Off, a pair of Greek guys pick up on the worst of American life styles when they get involved in illicit sex, contraband, and big-time crime.

Roboman (1975)
Starring: Elliott Gould, Trevor Howard
Gould's role as an American government official is secondary to the character played by Joseph Bova. While visiting the Soviet Union, scientist Bova is involved in a serious car accident. The Russian surgeons perform emergency life-saving surgery by replacing most of Bova's body parts with electronic devices. Thus when he returns home, Bova is to all intents and purposes a cyborg. It is up to Gould to find out if our reconstituted hero has been transformed into a Soviet spy. After several rondelay dialogue scenes and silly car chases, Who? ends on a quiet, pensive note-perhaps the most effective scene in the whole picture. Adapted from the well-regarded novel by Algis Budrys.

Rogue Male (1976)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Peter O'Toole, Alastair Sim
Early in 1939 Sir Robert Thorndyke takes aim at Adolph Hitler with a high powered rifle, but the shot misses its mark. Captured and tortured by the Gestapo and left for dead, Sir Robert makes his way back to England where he discovers the Gestapo has followed him. Knowing that his government would turn him over to German authorities, Sir Robert goes underground in his battle with his pursuers.

Romance Of A Horsethief (1971)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Yul Brynner, Eli Wallach, Jane Birkin, Oliver Tobias, Lainie Kazan, David Opatoshu
In the early 1900s in Poland, two Jewish horse traders make a determined effort to keep a Cossack captain and his men from taking their horses for the Russo-Japanese war. Somewhat entertaining, but slow-paced and never really becomes the comedy it strives for.

Rum Runners (1971)
Running Time: 81 mins Color
Starring: Bridgett Bardot
Boulevard du Rhum" is the pleasant, entertaining story of Captain Cornelius (Lino Ventura), a rum-smuggler of the Caribbean Sea during the prohibition in the States. Along his many adventures, he falls in love with the silent-movie actress Linda Larue (Brigitte Bardot), just seeing her on the screen. Afterwards he meets her in flesh. A turbulent love-story follows.

The photography of the Gulf of Mexico is magnificent. Linda Larue has always the role of a half-naked sort-of-queen of some savage tribe. And she is last-minute-rescued when, bounded in chains, she is going to be sacrificed to some ferocious beast...

Sandcastles (1972)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: Bonnie Bedelia, Jan-Michael Vincent
A young man who dies in an auto accident returns from the dead to meet up with the young woman who tried to save him.

Savage Journey (1977)
Running Time: 99 mins Color
Starring: Richard Moll, Faith Clift, Maurice Grandmaison, Terrence Gehr
A group of wagon train pioneers who are early followers of the Church of Latter Day Saints find persecution at every turn, as they are run out of each new town they hope to call home. With nowhere else to go, they turn their sites to unsettled lands, where they battle both the environment and the native peoples already living there in order to create the community that would come to be Salt Lake City. Following the band of Mormons on their journey, this drama is based on the real life story of their leader Brigham Young.

Scenes From A Murder (1972)
Running Time: 91 mins Color
Starring: Telly Savalas
Alberto De Martino (L'anticristo) directed this standard Italian giallo thriller, the story of an actress named Eleanor Lorraine (Anne Heywood) who has developed amnesia since the murder of her husband Peter, and faints when she spots professional hit man Ranko (Telly Savalas). When she awakens, the increasingly hysterical Eleanor cannot recognize her new husband, George (Giorgio Piazza), or remember the story of how Peter died in a car accident. Eleanor's sister, Dorothy (Willeke Von Ammiroy), replaces her in a play at the behest of Peter's sister, only to be murdered by Ranko when he mistakes her for Eleanor. Eleanor herself is nearly delirious by this point, but has visions of Ranko killing Peter, so she rushes to tell George, only to find Ranko murdering him. The ruthless assassin follows Eleanor to the theater, where some secrets are revealed in the tense climax. Rossella Falk co-stars with Antonio Guidi, Leonardo Scavino, and Ada Pometti. Cinematographer Aristide Massaccesi went on to make dozens of his own films (including some inventive gialli) under the name "Joe D'Amato." ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi

Scream Of The Wolf (1974)
Running Time: 78 mins Color
Starring: Clint Walker, Peter Graves
Written by Richard Matheson, the made-for-television horror movie Scream of the Wolf is about an author (Peter Graves) being stalked by a terrifying, mysterious and lethal beast. The creature is also being tracked by a big-game hunter, who has come out of retirement to make one final big score.

Sea Gull (1971)
Running Time: 99 mins Black & White
Starring: Yuri Karasik
Adaptation of the Chekhov play concerning the despondent inhabitants of an secluded rural estate. English subtitles. COLOR.

Second Chance (1972)
Running Time: 74 mins Color
Starring: Brian Keith, Elizabeth Ashley, Kenneth Mars
A rich stockbroker buys a Nevada ghost town as a community for people who need a second chance in life.

Second Coming Of Suzanne, The (1974)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Sandra Locke, Richard Dreyfuss
Richard Dreyfuss plays a frustrated film maker obsessed with the idea of Christ as a woman, and tries to film his vision with Sondra Locke as his subject. Supposedly based on a song by Leonard Cohen (used in the film).

Secrets Of Sweet Sixteen (1973)
Running Time: 76 mins Color
Starring: Suzie Atkins, Pebbles Rocket, Jinks Carson, Lols Bidot, Rocky Meyer, Rod Hudson
Secrets of Sweet Sixteen is the sort of fare that used to go directly to drive-ins (remember those?). The story, what there is of it, concerns soft-core hijinks in high school. Since legalities must be observed, the girls in the cast are older than they pretend to be. Some of them look like 16 going on 35. Suzie Atkins heads the cast in this wish dream for middle-aged males.

Secrets Of Three Hungry Wives, The (1978)
Running Time: 97 mins Color
Starring: James Franciscus, Jessica Walter
When a millionaire playboy is murdered, suspicion falls on three married women, each of whom had an affair with him.

Sensitive Passionate Man, A (1977)
Running Time: 98 mins Color
Starring: Angie Dickinson, David Janssen, Mariclare Costello, Richard Venture, Rhodes Reason
An alcoholic executive (David Janssen) loses his job, and his wife (Angie Dickinson) and family watch him self-destruct.

Seven From Heaven (1979)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Jack Palance, Peter Lawford
Against the advice of her manager Alan Hale, Jr. (the Skipper from Gilligan's Isle), a disco singer decides to avenge the beating up of her young brother who is on drugs. She recruits an entire bevy of buxom multicultural models, stunt drivers, and her younger sister to combat the evil Jack Palance and Peter Lawford

Shark! (1970)
Running Time: 92 mins Color
Starring: Burt Reynolds, Barry Sullivan, Silvia Pinal
Reynolds is a tough American gun runner stranded in a tiny seaport in Africa who joines the crew of a marine biologists boat. He soon discovers the boat's owner and wife are trying to retrive gold that lies deep in shark-infested waters. But Reynolds possesses a soft spot which leaves him vulnerable to femme fatale Pinal.

Shell Game (1975)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: John Davidson, Tom Atkins, Joan Van Ark, Robert Sampson
A convicted con artist sets out to expose the head of a charity fund who has been embezzling money to cover his huge gambling losses.

Siberiada (1978)
Running Time: 210 mins Color

Four-part epic about the formation and development of Siberia from the early 1900's through 1960.

Slashed Dreams (aka Slashed Dreams) (1975)
Starring: Peter Hooten
A pair of college students go on a trip up to the mountains to look for a friend who dropped out of school to find personal fulfillment apart from the norms of American society. Along the way, the couple is warned of dangerous terrain and unfriendly local residents who are not worth the trouble of finding a lost friend. The film stars Robert Englund in the role of the lost friend before he become a household name as the terrifying boogeyman Freddy Krueger.

Slaughter on Khyber Pass (1970)
Running Time: 93 mins Color

In this British adventure, two gentlemen are assigned to stop an impending revolt on the treacherous Khyber mountain pass in India. En route they are waylaid by an angry rebel band. The film is also titled Fury of the Khybers.

Slightly Pregnant Man, A (1973)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Catherine Deneuve
A male Parisian driving school owner who goes to see his doctor and complains of feeling run down is pronounced four months pregnant. When the diagnosis is confirmed by a specialist, the result is an international media frenzy.

Someone Like You (1978)
Running Time: 92 mins Color

When a couple divorce, they must make their custody arguments in the courtroom.

Stigma (1972)
Running Time: 93 mins Color
Starring: Philip Michael Thomas, Harlan Cary Poe, Josie Johnson
A knowledgeable doctor, (Philip Michael Thomas) moves to a secluded community and soon discovers a deadly virus changing the town's young people. What is more disturbing, is the conspiracy to protect this epidemic when he tries cure it.

Stoolie, The (1974)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Jackie Mason
A paid police informer absconds to Miami with $7,500 in misguided attempt to retire. Dan Frazer, Anne Marie and Marcia Jean Kurtz also star.

Strangers In 7A, The (1972)
Running Time: 73 mins Color
Starring: Andy Griffith, Ida Lupino, Michael Brandon, James Watson Jr.
Andy Griffith plays a philandering apartment house manager who picks up a pretty young girl (Suzanne Hildur) in a bar. He takes her home, whereupon the girl's male cronies show up armed with guns. Griffith and his wife Ida Lupino are held hostage by the crooks, led by Michael Brandon, who plan to use the apartment as headquarters while they pull off a big robbery. Griffith and Lupino pull off the daunting task of conveying emotion while spending half the film bound and gagged. Director Paul Wendkos stages the action essentially from the victim's point of view; we see only what they see, and are kept guessing as to the full details of the crime and the ultimate fate of the hostages. Based on a novel by Fielden Farrington, Strangers in 7A was first telecast as an ABC Movie of the Week.

Stunts (1977)
Running Time: 89 mins Color
Starring: Robert Forster, Fiona Lewis, Joanna Cassidy, Darrell Fetty, Bruce Glover, James Luisi
Glen Wilson (Robert Forster) is a senior stuntman, and you don't reach his position without thoughtfully and carefully planning your every move. When his younger brother, who is equally careful, somehow dies during the performance of a stunt, he knows that something is wrong. He begins to investigate his brother's death, and discovers that other stuntmen are dying also. This crime thriller explores the little-known stunt community and the eccentricities of the filmmaking community as Wilson seeks to discover who could be killing his collegaues.

Stuntwoman (1977)
Running Time: 91 mins Color
Starring: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Raquel Welch, Dany Saval
The funny misadventures of a dating duo of film stunt professionals in France.

Superbug, Super Agent (1976)
Running Time: 81 mins Color
Starring: Robert Mark, Heidi Hansen, George Goodman
Villains are surprised by a brainy Volkswagen Beetle engaged in espionage.

Swiss Conspiracy, The (1975)
Running Time: 84 mins Color
Starring: David Janssen, Senta Berger, John Ireland, John Saxon, Elke Sommer
Janssen is hired to protect customers with large accounts at a bank but there's a cat-and-mouse game at work.

Tall Blonde Man With One Black Shoe, The (1972)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Pierre Richard
Delightful Gallic wit runs rampant in this spy story played strictly for laughs. A harmless violinist, mistaken for a superspy, becomes the target of rival spies and hit men who try to set him up for his final bow. Lots of laughs, many chases and some tastefully naughty adult situations.

Target Of An Assassin (1976)
Running Time: 102 mins Color
Starring: Anthony Quinn, John Phillip Law, Simon Sabela, Marius Weyers, Sandra Prinsloo
An ailing African leader is admitted to a hospital. A male nurse at the hospital kidnaps him, but it turns out that things aren't exactly what they seem to be.

Teenager (1975)

German film about teenagers

The Uranium Conspiracy (1978)
Running Time: 105 mins Color
Starring: Siegfried Rauch, Oded Kotler
This espionage thriller is set in some of Europe's most scenic locales and follows the exploits of an agent and soldier-of-fortune who must stop enemy agents from stealing a shipment of uranium. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

There Goes the Bride (1979)

A nervous ad executive (Tom Smothers) creates havoc on his daughter's wedding day and becomes obsessed with a dream girl (Twiggy) he keeps seeing everywhere but whom he can't catch.

Throw Out The Anchor (1975)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Dina Merrill, Richard Egan.
Man takes his family on vacation only to find the houseboat he paid for does not exist. Color.

To All My Friends On Shore (1972)
Running Time: 74 mins
Starring: Bill Cosby, Gloria Foster, Dennis Hines, Teddy Thompson
Originally telecast February 25, 1972, To All My Friends on Shore stars Bill Cosby as a middle-aged airport redcap. Frustrated by his job and his ghetto existence, Cosby vows to seek out a better life for himself and his loved ones. But his stubborn efforts to do so succeed only in turning his family against him. Already burdened with enough problems for three men, Cosby must face a new crisis when his son develops sickle-cell anemia. Filmed on location in Connecticut, To All My Friends on Shore not only starred Bill Cosby, but was produced, scored and written by him as well. Allan Sloane was honored with an Emmy for his adaptation of Cosby's original story.

Tokyo Story (1972)
Running Time: 136 mins Black & White
Starring: Chishu Ryu, Chieko Higashiyama.
Elderly couple travel to Tokyo to visit their son and daughter, who are too busy to see them. Written by Yasujiro Ozu. English subtitles. Dir. Yasujiro Ozu.

Train Station Pickups (Die Schulm?dchen vom Treffpunkt Zoo) (1979)
Starring: Marco Kr?ger
Follows the experiences of Petra and her friends as they reach the final year at high school.

Trauma (1978)
Running Time: 85 mins Color
Starring: Fabio Testi, Christine Kaufmann, Ivan Desny
A detective investigating the murder of a teenage girl begins to focus his suspicions on the three girlfriends of the victim, who call themselves "The Inseparables."

Treasure Island (1970)
Running Time: ## mins Color

Robert Louis Steven's classic. Dubbed in English. Jaques Monod, Ivor Dean. Produced in Europe.

Treasure of Jamaica Reef, The (1974)
Running Time: 96 mins Color
Starring: Cheryl Ladd, Stephen Boyd, Chuck Woolery, Roosevelt Grier, David Ladd
Released under a variety of titles, Evil in the Deep is set in Jamaica. Scuba diver Hugo Graham (Stephen Boyd) searches for sunken treasure in the waters of the Caribbean. Ah, but there's a fly in the ointment: a very big, grey fly, known as a killer shark. Made before Jaws, Evil in the Deep went nowhere until its late-1970s re-release--at which point its producers were accused of trying to rip off the Spielberg film. Others in the cast include Cheryl Stopelmoor (before she became Cheryl Ladd), and Chuck Woolery. Chuck WOOLERY?????

Treasure of Tayopa (1974)
Running Time: 85 mins Color
Starring: Rena Winters, Gilbert Roland, Andrew Farnsworth, Bob Corrigan
We feel assured when veteran actor Gilbert Roland shows up in the prologue of the independently produced Treasure of Tayopa. Alas, this is the last we'll see of Roland until the epilogue. The rest of the film is Amateur Night in Old Mexico. The never-popular Rene Winters heads the cast as the leader of an expedition into the Mexican hills in search of gold. Another all-time favorite, Phil Trapani, puts a damper on the proceedings with a series of brutal murders. He is unfortunately stopped before he can bump off the producer and director of Treasure of Tayopa. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Trial Of Chaplain Jensen, The (1975)
Running Time: 73 mins Color
Starring: James Franciscus, Joanna Miles, Lynda Day George, Dorothy Tristan
Based on the true story of Chaplain Andrew Jensen, the Navy officer who was court-martialed on charges of adultery.

Tunnelvision (1976)
Running Time: 64 mins Color
Starring: Chevy Chase, Betty Thomas, Laraine Newman, Al Franken, Howard Hesseman, Ron Silver
A committee investigating TV's first uncensored network examines a typical day's programming, which includes shows, commercials, news programs, you name it. What they discover will surely crack you up! This outrageous and irreverent spoof of television launched the careers of some of the greatest comedians of all time.

Ultimate Thrill (1974)
Running Time: 80 mins Black & White
Starring: Barry Brown, Britt Ekland, Eric Braeden.
Executive becomes paranoid over his unfaithful wife's indiscretions, and follows her to Colorado, stalking her lovers. Color.

Van, The (1977)
Running Time: 92 mins Color
Starring: Danny Devito
A teenager tries to win the girl of his dreams with the hottest van in town in this '70s sex comedy. Bobby (Stuart Goetz) has just graduated from high school, but he's too preoccupied with girls to think much about his future. Bobby hasn't had much luck with the ladies, and he's convinced it's because of his lack of cool wheels, so after months of slaving at a car wash owned by Andy (Danny DeVito), he blows the money he'd been saving for college on a down payment on his dream machine: a canary yellow custom Dodge van, a bachelor pad on wheels complete with mirrored ceiling, 8-track stereo, television monitors, and (natch) a waterbed. Bobby turns his attentions to class hottie Sally (Connie Lisa Marie), who happens to be dating ill-tempered bully Dugan (Steve Oliver), while his buddy Jack urges him to date the more available Sue (Marcie Barkin), who's friends with his girlfriend, Tina (Deborah White). Andy uses the car wash as a front for his bookmaking business, and when a few bets don't go his way, he asks Bobby to lend him some money. Bobby gives Andy the cash he'd earmarked for his next payment on the van, but when Andy can't pay him back, Bobby's new van may be soon be in the hands of the repo man.

Wackiest Wagon Train In The West (1976)
Running Time: 86 mins Color
Starring: Bob Denver, Forrest Tucker.
Wagon train with seven passengers goes through a series of zany adventures. Color.

Wacky Taxi (1970)
Running Time: 87 mins Color
Starring: John Astin, Frank Sinatra, Jr.
Idealist quits his dead-end job and goes into business for himself as owner, and sole driver, of a taxi service. He finds out it's not as easy as it looks. Color. Dir. John Astin.

Wanted Babysitter (1972)

TV movie

Warhead (1977)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: David Janssen, Karin Dor, Christopher Stone
A weapons expert is reluctantly sent on a mission to a middle-east warzone to locate a lost nuclear warhead and dismantle it before it falls into the wrong hands. But before he can complete his work, he is taken prisoner and thrust into the conflict, and finds himself looking out for more than just the warhead.

Watched! (1972)
Running Time: 93 mins Color
Starring: Stacy Keach
When government attorney Mike Mandell (Stacy Keach, Jr.) begins to suffer from a mental disorder that periodically transforms him into another mobster personality known as "Sonny," his strange behavior doesn't escape the notice of narcotics agent Gordon Pankey (Harris Yulin). As Gordon observes Mike, the man becomes more and more paranoid that he is being watched. The score for this film was created by the jazz group Weather Report.

We Are No Angels (1970)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Woody Strode
Captivating story of a con artist and his craft.

When Women Had Tails (1970)
Running Time: 110 mins Color
Starring: Senta Berger, Giuliano Gemma, Frank Wolff.
Beautiful Berger stars in this caveman spoof of man's discovery of women and sex. English dubbed. Color.

Where Have All The People Gone? (1974)
Running Time: 78 mins Color
Starring: Peter Graves, Verna Bloom, George O'Hanlon Jr., Kathleen Quinlan
In this made-for-TV movie, the majority of the Earth's population is wiped out during a solar explosion, leaving the Anders family as some of the few remaining people struggling to stay alive.

Who Killed Mary What's 'Er Name? (1971)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Red Buttons, Sylvia Miles, Sam Waterston, Conrad Bain
Diabetic ex-boxer sets out to find a prostitute's murderer when he becomes angered at everybody's indifference.

Win, Place Or Steal (1974)
Running Time: 88 mins Color
Starring: Dean Stockwell, Russ Tamblyn, Alex Karras, McLean Stephenson
Three friends have two things in common: (1) they like to bet on the horses at the track, and (2) they invariably lose. One day they hit upon a scheme to steal one of the track's betting machines, so that they'd be able to print winning tickets and recoup the money they've lost over the years. However, things don't go exactly as planned.

Windsplitter (1971)
Running Time: 94 mins Black & White
Starring: Jim McMullan, Joyce Taylor, I. Van Charles, Paul Lambert
Bobby Joe moved away from town ten years ago, and got into acting in Hollywood. After one movie, he is famous, and is invited to speak to the high school students. When he arrives in town, the officials are floored to find that he is a long-haired hippy on a Harley motorcycle. The local minister does his best to make Bobby Joe go away.

Winner Take All (1975)
Running Time: 97 mins Color
Starring: Shirley Jones, Laurence Luckinbill, Sam Groom, Joyce Van Patten
In this drama, a gambling-addicted housewife resorts to stealing from the family savings account to feed her obsession. Trouble ensues when her husband finds out.

Woman Hunter, The (1972)
Running Time: 80 mins Color
Starring: Barbara Eden, Robert Vaughn, Stuart Whitman, Larry Storch
A woman vacationing with her husband in Mexico discovers she is being stalked by an international killer. TV movie.

Young Graduates, The (1971)
Running Time: 100 mins Color
Starring: Patricia Wymer, Steven Stewart, Gary Rist
Spunky and precocious high school senior Mindy Evans spurns her decent, but frustrated boyfriend Bill and has a fling with hunky married nice guy teacher Jack Thompson. Midy finds out that she might be pregnant. While waiting for the results of her pregnancy test, Mindy decides to alleviate the tension by embarking on an impromptu road trip to Big Sur, California with her loyal best gal pal Sandy.

Your Money Or Your Wife (1972)
Running Time: 73 mins Color
Starring: Ted Bessell, Elizabeth Ashley, Jack Cassidy, Betsy Von Furstenberg
An actress leaves a TV show to marry the sponsor, jeopardizing the careers of everyone on the show. The show's writer devises a plot for the show involving a kidnapping, then turns it from fiction to fact.

Zorro (1975)
Running Time: 90 mins Color
Starring: Alain Delon, Stanley Baker
Garcia, the fat fool, is led by the nose, weighed in the balance and found wanting. He's on his knees in the corral with his rump upreared, but Zorro spares him for the moment, mercifully. He turns his attention to the other soldiers, mere toys in his hands. They pursue him past a row of olive-oil tuns, the camera feints right like a magician's other hand, then cuts back to a farther vantage as they are doused. Zorro climbs to a balcony (a nice appreciation of Douglas Fairbanks) to fence with a couple of fellows, whose swords are caught in a door he opens, suddenly. He closes it and swiftly locks them in. The battle continues on and on, until the two burst their way out and fly over the balcony like tummelers. It's a three-ring circus, and when it ends, Garcia is down on his knees again, presenting an irresistible target. Zorro cuts his majuscule into that rotund bottom, and away.