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Destructors, The 5 out of 10
A tough U.S. Embassy official in Paris is assigned to break a narcotic ring, but after several of his agents are killed he hires a professional killer.
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Fish in the Bathtub, A 5 out of 10
Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara make their big-screen debut together in this story about a marriage on its last legs. The long-married couple's bickering goes too far when Molly asks Sam to get rid of the carp he's keeping in the tub in their guest bathroom. Sam informs Molly that if she doesn't like the fish, she can leave -- and Molly takes him up on the offer, moving in with their son Joel. Sam receives some surprising competition when Molly starts dating an old friend named Lou.
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Ring-A-Ding Rhythm 5 out of 10
Dick Lester (Help!, A Hard Day’s Night) directs this singular British musical extravaganza. The pop culture explosion reveals a generation gap in a small English town when the mayor (Felix Felton, Up in the Air, 1969) forces a teenage hangout to stop using its TV set and jukebox. A pair of crafty local teens, Helen (Helen Shapiro, Play It Cool) and Craig (Craig Douglas, Murder Can Be Deadly), counterattack by trying to put together a festival that will demonstrate the merits of traditional jazz and rock 'n' roll. While trying to enlist disc jockeys for the jazz show, they hear such talents as Del Shannon, The Dukes of Dixieland, Gary (U.S.) Bonds, the inimitable Chubby Checker, Gene Vincent — and many others. Newly remastered.
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Eyes of Laura Mars 5 out of 10
Faye Dunaway (Chinatown) plays fashion photographer Laura Mars, whose photographs bear a striking and unsettling similarity to actual crime scenes. Her work catches the attention of Detective John Neville (Tommy Lee Jones, Men in Black), who is suspicious of Mars’ “inspiration.” When models and acquaintances of Laura are murdered, the question of her involvement becomes more serious and disturbing. The screenplay is by horror film mastermind John Carpenter (Halloween, 1978), with a concept creepy enough to rival the plots of better-known suspense films of the era.
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Winter a Go-Go (1965) 5 out of 10
Filmed on location around spectacular Lake Tahoe, this rollicking comedy finds Jeff Forrester (William Wellman, Jr., Born Losers) inheriting a ski lodge where, with friend Danny Frazer (James Stacy, TV’s Lancer), he hopes to create a happening destination causing Jeff to neglect his lovely secretary (Beverly Adams, The Silencers). And then the partners are faced with a problem guest whom they soon learn is actually working for the mortgage-holder who wants to take possession of the now-hot property. Tom Nardini and Julie Parrish co-star in this lively, song-filled romp, featuring a theme song by the Hondells! Newly remastered.
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Bronco: The Complete Second Season 5 out of 10
Bronco Layne (Ty Hardin) continues to crisscross the Wild West in the second season of his rip-roaring adventures. The “Texas Twister” isn’t looking for trouble, but his flying fists aren’t shy about ending it should it come his way. This 5-Disc, 20-Episode collection sees Bronco’s Civil War espionage exploits come back to haunt him, solving a murder mystery, get caught in a range war defending Quakers, take refuge in a town run by the lawless, come between notorious outlaws Cole Younger (Richard Coogan) and Jesse James (James Coburn), play undercover outlaw to a crew of 19th century delinquents (including Joel Grey), and team-up with Pat Garrett (Rhodes Reason and Billy the Kid (Stephen Joyce). Riding the range with Bronco are notable guests Adam West, Alan Hale, Yvonne Craig, Troy Donahue, Warren Oates, and a very young Mary Tyler Moore.
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Case of the Black Parrot, The 5 out of 10
In this classic crime thriller, passengers start to die aboard a transatlantic ship while a reporter (William Lundigan) races against time to stop a notorious international criminal before he kills again. After falling for a beautiful passenger (Maris Wrixon), the reporter becomes intrigued by the mysterious circumstances surrounding an antique chest her uncle recently purchased. They suspect it’s a master forgery by the infamous Black Parrot, but before the couple can make any headway in their investigation, her uncle is found dead. Based on Eleanor Robeson Belmont and Harriet Ford’s play and Burton E. Stevenson’s novel, this provocative mystery serves up perplexing false clues, unexpected twists and a truly surprising conclusion.
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Dress Gray 5 out of 10
Nominated for three 1986 Emmy® Awards including Outstanding Miniseries and Writing, Dress Gray stars Alec Baldwin, Hal Holbrook, Eddie Albert and Lloyd Bridges in Gore Vidal’s explosive adaptation of Lucian K. Truscott IV’s best-selling novel. When freshman cadet David Hand (Patrick Cassidy) is found dead in a river, the evidence shows he'd had sex with an upperclassman before he was deliberately drowned. Intent on avoiding a scandal, Academy commandant General Charles Hedges (Holbrook) suppresses the truth and declares it an accident. But when sergeant cadet Ry Slaight (Baldwin) learns of the cover-up and threatens exposure, he’s forced to find the killer before Hedges can falsify charges and have him expelled.
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