|The Bridge at Remagen 1969 G, 115 min.|
Genre: Drama / Adventure / Action
Director: John Guillermin
Cast: George Segal, Robert Vaughn, Ben Gazzara, Bradford Dillman, E.G. Marshall, Peter van Eyck, Tom Heaton, Matt Clark, Bo Hopkins, Robert Logan, Hans Christian Blech, Heinz Reincke, Joachim Hansen, Sonja Ziemann, Anna Gael
Toward the end of World War II, U.S. troops attempted to capture the last remaining bridge over the Rhine River to keep the Germans from destroying it. Meanwhile, the German officer in charge (Robert Vaughn) delayed the demolition, which precluded German soldiers from returning home. Good acting.
|Dracula and Son 1976 PG, 78 min.|
Genre: Foreign / Horror / Comedy / Fantasy
Director: Edouard Molinaro
Cast: Christopher Lee, Bernard Menez, Marie-Helene Breillat, Catherine Breillat, Raymond Bussieres, Claude Genia, Anna Gael, Jean-Claude Dauphin, Bernard Alane, Mustapha Dali, Xavier Depraz, Jean Lescot, Geoffrey Carey, Albert Simono, Gerard Jugnot
Count Dracula (Christopher Lee) and his son Ferdinand (Bernard Menez) differ on the subject of vampires because Ferdinand becomes squeamish at the sight of blood. Now, the Communists take over the family's Transylvania castle, and they are banished from Romania. The Count and Ferdinand go their separate ways until they reunite in Paris where they meet beautiful Nicole (Marie-Helene Breillat), and both fall in love with her. Nicole chooses Ferdinand and accidentally exposes the Count to sunlight, which makes him disappear. A few years later, Nicole and Ferdinand have married and have two children. While playing, the daughter cuts her knee, causing the son to sprout fangs–and the family spirit continues.
|1. The Bridge at Remagen (1969)|
2. Dracula and Son (1976)
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