|The Goodbye Girl 1977 PG, 110 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Herbert Ross
Cast: Richard Dreyfuss, Marsha Mason, Quinn Cummings, Paul Benedict, Barbara Rhoades, Theresa Merritt, Michael Shawn, Nicol Williamson, Marilyn Sokol, Anita Dangler, Patricia Pearcy, Gene Castle, Daniel Levans, Victoria Boothby, Robert Costanzo
Mismatched roommates are the result of Elliott Garfield's (Richard Dreyfuss) acquiescence to financially broke Paula McFadden (Marsha Mason) and her daughter Lucy (Quinn Cummings). After all, they are living in his apartment and have nowhere to move when he arrives on the scene. The story line is predictable as the characters fall in love, and the film is a typically good Neil Simon comedy. Richard Dreyfuss won an Oscar for Best Actor. Nominations were also received for Best Actress (Mason), Supporting Actress (Cummings), Picture, and Screenplay.
|Out Cold 1989 R, 91 min.|
Director: Malcolm Mowbray
Cast: John Lithgow, Teri Garr, Randy Quaid, Bruce McGill, Lisa Blount, Morgan Paull, Barbara Rhoades, Fran Ryan
When a husband runs around with other women, he better watch out! At least, this is the case in this film where Teri Garr has stowed her unfaithful mate in a meat locker.
|Scream, Blacula, Scream 1973 PG, 95 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Bob Kelljan
Cast: William Marshall, Don Mitchell, Pam Grier, Michael Conrad, Richard Lawson, Lynne Moody, Janee Michelle, Barbara Rhoades, Bernie Hamilton, Arnold Williams, Van Kirksey, Bob Minor, Al Jones, Eric Mason, Sybil Scotford
William Marshall is back as Prince Manuwalde in this sequel to "Blacula." The prince is revived by the son of the now-dead voodoo high priestess, but Manuwalde, unhappy with being a vampire, sets out to find a way to end his "life" once and for all. Maybe the voodoo princess (Pam Grier) can help.
|Serial 1980 R, 86 min.|
Director: Bill Persky
Cast: Martin Mull, Tuesday Weld, Jennifer McAllister, Sally Kellerman, Anthony Battaglia, Bill Macy, Nita Talbot, Christopher Lee, Tom Smothers, Barbara Rhoades, Sam Chew Jr., Pamela Bellwood, Ann Weldon, Peter Bonerz, Patch Mackenzie
Open marriages and consciousness-raising mark life at the end of the 1970s' era as Hippies become part of the "me generation." Kate (Tuesday Weld) leaves her husband Harvey (Martin Mull), and they are amusing to watch as they muddle their way through what they consider to be the confusing lifestyle in Marin County, California. Based on Cyra McFadden's novel.
|The Shakiest Gun in the West 1968 N/R, 101 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Western
Director: Alan Rafkin
Cast: Don Knotts, Barbara Rhoades, Jackie Coogan, Don "Red" Barry, Ruth McDevitt, Frank McGrath, Terry Wilson, Pat Morita, Dub Taylor, Carl Ballantine, Herb Voland, Fay DeWitt, Hope Summers, Dick Wilson, Robert Yuro
This remake of "The Paleface" features Don Knotts in the role of the Philadelphia dentist Jesse W. Haywood who, after graduating from dental school, heads West in 1870 and finds danger and romance with stagecoach robber Penelope "Bad Penny" Cushing" (Barbara Rhoades) who is really the one responsible for his heroic deeds. 1 User Review
|not as good as paleface / son of paleface but worth seeing ,||Big " O " 01/21/2007 |
| Babara looks great as a cowboy outlaw in her sensually tight jeans , tall riding boots, matching gun belt,stetson and vest. She even looks better than Doris Day did in jeans from the "Ballad of Josie ". Jane Russell with her shape and non-jeans cowboy wardrobe is the best looking "cowboy outlaw "ever. Bob Hope is a better comic and actor than Don Knotts. By contrast I have given " Son of Paleface " a perfect ten out of ten score.|
|1. The Goodbye Girl (1977)|
2. Out Cold (1989)
3. Scream, Blacula, Scream (1973)
4. Serial (1980)
5. The Shakiest Gun in the West (1968)
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