|The Lonely Profession 1969 TV, 95 min.|
Director: Douglas Heyes
Cast: Harry Guardino, Dean Jagger, Ina Balin, Joseph Cotten, Barbara McNair, Dina Merrill, Fernando Lamas, Troy Donahue, Stephen McNally, Jack Carter
A private eye (Harry Guardino) is hired to trail the mistress of a reclusive millionaire. After he locates and spends a night with her, he finds her dead the next morning. Now he must clear himself. A good made-for-TV movie that stresses realism in its presentation.
|Neon Signs 1996 N/R, 88 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Marc Kolbe
Cast: William Smith, Carol Lynley, Barbara McNair, Matt Dotson, Joseph Pilato, Alisa Christensen, Aimee Guarnieri, Carrie Pagano, Myke Michaels, Vivienne Maloy
After his mother abandons him, teenager Otis (Matt Dotson) sets out for a new life in Las Vegas. Along the way, he hooks up with two female crooks–Faith and Grace (Carol Lynley and Barbara McNair)–and his life takes more than a few twists and turns.
|The Organization 1971 PG, 105 min.|
Director: Don Medford
Cast: Sidney Poitier, Barbara McNair, Gerald S. O'Loughlin, Fred Beir, Allen Garfield, Raul Julia, Ron O'Neal, Sheree North, Bernie Hamilton, Max Gail
Sidney Poitier takes on the role of "Heat of the Night's" homicide Lieutenant Virgil Tibbs for the third time in this final film in the series. This time around, cops are combating an illegal narcotics syndicate.
|They Call Me Mister Tibbs 1970 PG, 108 min.|
Director: Gordon Douglas
Cast: Sidney Poitier, Barbara McNair, Martin Landau, David Sheiner, Anthony Zerbe, Jeff Corey, Edward Asner, Norma Crane, Juano Hernandez, Beverly Todd
Police detective Virgil Tibbs (Sidney Poitier) is once again out on the street solving crimes, but his real personality comes through in his father/son relationship. Follows "In the Heat of the Night" and is followed by "The Organization."
|Venus in Peltz 1969 R, 86 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
aka: Venus in Furs
Director: Jesus Franco
Cast: James Darren, Klaus Kinski, Maria Rohm, Barbara McNair, Paul Muller, Aldo Lastretti, Margaret Lee, Dennis Price, Mirella Pamphili, Jesus Franco
Jesus Franco–the man with dozens of aliases and dozens of cheap, sex-oriented films–brings another one to the screen. This bizarre entry follows druggie jazz-musician Jimmy (James Darren) in Turkey as he finds the body of a woman who had been brutally murdered by a trio of sadistic men. Later, he thinks he sees her in a Brazilian nightclub, and the horror begins.
|1. Change of Habit (1970)|
2. The Lonely Profession (1969)
3. Neon Signs (1996)
4. The Organization (1971)
5. They Call Me Mister Tibbs (1970)
6. Venus in Peltz (1969)
aka: Venus in Furs
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