|American Graffiti 1973 PG, 110 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: George Lucas
Cast: Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard, Cindy Williams, Paul Le Mat, Harrison Ford, Mackenzie Phillips, Kathleen Quinlan, Joe Spano, Candy Clark, Wolfman Jack, Charles Martin Smith, Bo Hopkins, Beau Gentry, Manuel Padilla Jr.
"Cruising" in the early 1960s on a hot summer night is the setting for this story of an end-of-summer good-bye as one of the group is leaving for college in the morning. It is an insightful glimpse of high-school seniors in a more innocent era before the Vietnam controversies when "Wolfman Jack" introduced their songs and represented their cultures. The five Academy Award nominations included Best Picture, Director, and Supporting Actress (Candy Clark).
|Bingo 1991 PG, 87 min.|
Genre: Family / Adventure / Comedy
Director: Matthew Robbins
Cast: Cindy Williams, David Rasche, Robert J. Steinmiller Jr., Kurt Fuller, Joe Guzaldo, David French, Glenn Shadix, Janet Wright, Wayne Robson, Suzie Plakson, Simon Webb, Blu Mankuma, Tamsin Kelsey, Norman Browning, James Kidnie
A mangy dog, Bingo, runs away from its cruel circus master and soon saves the life of Chuckie (Rober J. Steinmiller Jr.), a boy who doesn't fit in well with the other boys. Boy and dog become good pals, but his football-player dad (David Rasche) wants no part of the dog. The family packs up and heads East after Dad is traded to the Green Bay Packers–with Bingo following behind, having many adventures, and overcoming challenges along the way.
|The Conversation 1974 PG, 113 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Cast: Gene Hackman, John Cazale, Allen Garfield, Frederic Forrest, Teri Garr, Cindy Williams, Harrison Ford, Robert Duvall, Michael Higgins, Elizabeth MacRae, Mark Wheeler, Robert Shields, Phoebe Alexander, Richard Hackman, Ramon Bieri
Harry Caul (Gene Hackman) is a wiretap expert who hires himself out to anyone willing to pay his prices. He has been hired by a man known only as the "Director" (Robert Duvall). While working on the case, he listens to the recorded voices of Ann (Cindy Williams) and Mark (Frederic Forrest) and hears something that makes him think that Ann–who is the wife of his client–is having an affair with Mark. Now Harry is suspicious of his client's motives for wanting the tapes, and he worries about the consequences. Could he be helping with a murder plot?
|Drive, He Said 1971 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Jack Nicholson
Cast: William Tepper, Karen Black, Michael Margotta, Bruce Dern, Robert Towne, Henry Jaglom, Cindy Williams, David Ogden Stiers, Douglas Ryan, Michael Warren, June Fairchild, Don Hanmer, Lynette Bernay, Bill Sweek, Joseph Walsh
The story is about the problems encountered by college basketball players as they travel to and from games in other cities. Hector (William Tepper) is the star player at his Ohio college and is having an affair with Olive (Karen Black) who is the wife of one of the professors. Hector's roommate Gabriel (Michael Margotta) is also on the team and is about to drop out of school. Gabriel is rebelling and involved in radical political causes in an effort to avoid being drafted and going to Viet Nam. This film is Jack Nicholson's directorial debut.
|Earth Angel 1991 TV, 95 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Fantasy
Director: Joe Napolitano
Cast: Cathy Podewell, Cindy Williams, Rainbow Harvest, Mark Hamill, Erik Estrada, Roddy McDowall, Dustin Nguyen, Brian Krause, Alan Young, Garrett Morris, Tommy Hinkley, Keely Christian, Daran Norris
Angela (Cathy Podewell) died while still in high school and went to Heaven. Now, years later, her guardian angel, Mr. Tatum (Roddy McDowall), sends her back to Earth to help her former boyfriend, Duke (Erik Estrada), solve his current problems.
|The First Nudie Musical 1976 R, 100 min.|
Genre: Musical / Comedy
Director: Mark Haggard, Bruce Kimmel
Cast: Stephen Nathan, Cindy Williams, Bruce Kimmel, Diana Canova, Alexandra Morgan, Leslie Ackerman, Frank Doubleday, Hy Pyke, Greg Finley, Jane Ralston, Alan Abelew, Kathleen Hietala, Art Marina, Herb Graham, Rene J. Hall
In this parody on both porno movies and musicals, a studio owner bets his debtors that he can begin and complete a porno movie in just two weeks.
|Gas! -or -It May Become Necessary to Destroy... 1970 PG, 79 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Sci-Fi
Director: Roger Corman
Cast: Bob Corff, Elaine Giftos, Pat Patterson, George Armitage, Ben Vereen, Cindy Williams, Alex Wilson, Bud Cort, Talia Shire
(Full title: "Gas! - or, It May Become Necessary to Destroy the World in Order to Save It") Gas that causes premature aging escapes from an Alaskan plant and kills all humans over 25 years old in this disjointed–but hilarious–story.
|The Killing Kind 1973 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Drama / Horror / Thriller
Director: Curtis Harrington
Cast: Ann Sothern, John Savage, Ruth Roman, Luana Anders, Cindy Williams, Sue Bernard, Marjorie Eaton, Peter Brocco, Helene Winston
A disturbed Terry Lambert (John Savage) is released from prison after serving time on a trumped-up charge of rape. He moves in with his mother Thelma (Ann Sothern)–who is a little off-kilter herself–at her boarding house. He then proceeds to plot his revenge on his inept lawyer, Rhea Benson (Ruth Roman), and his accuser, Tina (Sue Bernard).
|Meet Wally Sparks 1997 R, 105 min.|
Director: Peter Baldwin
Cast: Rodney Dangerfield, Burt Reynolds, David Ogden Stiers, Cindy Williams, Debi Mazar, Mark L. Taylor, Tim Allen, Lesley-Anne Down, Jay Leno, Alan Rachins
Wally Sparks is a TV talk show host who is about to lose his advertisers because he is so raunchy. So, to change his image, he crashes the staid governor's mansion for an interview. Then he gets injured so must do the show from there. So then....and then... Well, actually, it's one raunchy joke after another, with Rodney, as Wally, doing his stand-up routines as if there weren't a plot. Some are very good and funny, some are tasteless trash. So, too, the movie.
|More American Graffiti 1979 PG, 111 min.|
Director: Bill L. Norton
Cast: Candy Clark, Bo Hopkins, Ron Howard, Paul Le Mat, Mackenzie Phillips, Charles Martin Smith, Cindy Williams, Scott Glenn, Mary Kay Place, Harrison Ford
The characters from "American Graffiti" are back in this sequel. Now, they work their ways through the turbulent 1960s–including the Vietnam War and its accompanying protest movement. It just doesn't click this time around. That motorcycle cop is Harrison Ford.
|Rude Awakening 1989 R, 101 min.|
Director: David Greenwalt, Aaron Russo
Cast: Eric Roberts, Cheech Marin, Julie Hagerty, Robert Carradine, Louise Lasser, Cliff De Young, Dion Anderson, Peter Boyden, Michael Luciano, Ed Fry, Cindy Williams, Buck Henry, Tom Sizemore, Andrea Martin, Rae Dawn Chong
In the 1960s, draft-dodging hippies Jesus Monteya (Cheech Marin) and Fred (Eric Roberts) flee the country and hide out in the Central American jungles. They return to New York City in the late 1990s and find their old friends Sammy (Robert Carradine) and Petra (Julie Hagerty). But, Sammy and Petra have now become rich yuppies, and life in America is not what Jesus and Fred expected after their idealistic youthful years.
|Travels with My Aunt 1972 PG, 109 min.|
Director: George Cukor
Cast: Maggie Smith, Alec McCowen, Louis Gossett Jr., Robert Stephens, Cindy Williams, Robert Flemyng, Jose Luis Lopez Vazquez, Raymond Gerome, Daniel Emilfork, John Hamill
At his mother's funeral, a boring banker, Henry (Alec McCowen), meets an older woman (Maggie Smith) who claims to be his aunt. Before long, she has Henry in tow on a madcap adventure through Europe as she attempts to rescue one of her lovers who is being held for a ransom. Based on a Graham Greene bestseller, the film received an Oscar for Costumes and had several nominations, including Maggie Smith for Best Actress.
|1. American Graffiti (1973)|
2. Bingo (1991)
3. The Conversation (1974)
4. The Creature Wasn't Nice (1981)
aka: Naked Space
5. Drive, He Said (1971)
6. Earth Angel (1991)
7. The First Nudie Musical (1976)
8. Gas! -or -It May Become Necessary to Destroy... (1970)
9. The Killing Kind (1973)
10. Meet Wally Sparks (1997)
11. More American Graffiti (1979)
12. Rude Awakening (1989)
13. Travels with My Aunt (1972)
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