|The Enemy Below 1957 N/R, 98 min.|
Director: Dick Powell
Cast: Robert Mitchum, Curd Jurgens, Russell Collins, Theodore Bikel, Doug McClure, David Hedison, Kurt Kreuger, Frank Albertson, Biff Elliot, Alan Dexter
The captains of warring naval ships match wits in this World War II submarine chase story. Captain Murrell (Robert Mitchum) commands the U.S.S. Haines, a destroyer, while Curd Jurgens commands the German U-boat Von Stolberg. After the final battle, both ships sink, and the skippers experience the irony of sharing the same lifeboat.
|Ffolkes 1980 PG, 97 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Thriller
aka: Assault Force
North Sea Hijack
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Cast: Roger Moore, James Mason, Anthony Perkins, Michael Parks, Faith Brook, Lea Brodie, David Hedison, Jack Watson, George Baker, Jeremy Clyde, David Wood, Philip O'Brien, Anthony Pullen Shaw, John Westbrook, Jennifer Hilary
Terrorist Lou Kramer (Anthony Perkins) has captured an oil rig in the North Sea and is threatening to destroy it if the British government does not pay him a ransom. Admiral Brinsden (James Mason) calls on frogman commando James Excaliber ffolkes (Roger Moore) for service, and he leads his team on the dangerous mission.
|The Fly 1958 N/R, 94 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Horror / Mystery
Director: Kurt Neumann
Cast: Vincent Price, Herbert Marshall, David Hedison, Patricia Owens, Kathleen Freeman, Betty Lou Gerson, Charles Herbert, Eugene Borden, Torben Meyer, Charles Tannen, Arthur Dulac, Harry Carter, Franz Roehn, Bess Flowers
When scientist Andre Delambre (David Hedison) uses himself in an experiment to disintegrate and reassemble atoms, a terrible accident occurs: Andre disintegrates his own atoms and reassembles himself with the atoms of a fly. His wife Helene (Patricia Owens) is accused of murder, and her brother-in-law Francois (Vincent Price) and Inspector Charas (Herbert Marshall) investigate Andre's disappearance and the strange events that follow. Two sequels ("Return of the Fly" and "Curse of the Fly") follow.
|Kenny Rogers as The Gambler: The Adventure Continues 1983 TV, 195 min.|
aka: The Gambler: The Adventure Continues
Director: Dick Lowry
Cast: Kenny Rogers, Bruce Boxleitner, Linda Evans, Johnny Crawford, Charles Fields, Cameron Mitchell, Gregory Sierra, David Hedison, Brion James, Robert F. Hoy, Ken Swofford, Harold Gould, Paul Koslo, Mitch Ryan, Macon McCalman
Kenny Rogers as Brady Hawkes, "The Gambler," is back for a second made-for-TV effort in a two-part episode. Brady, Billy (Bruce Boxleitner), and young Jeremiah (Charles Field) are riding the train to a major gambling event when the train is taken over by killers in search of money. After they take Jeremiah hostage for ransom, Brady and Billy form their own gang–including bounty hunter Kate (Linda Evans)–to rescue Jeremiah.
|Licence to Kill 1989 PG-13, 133 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Drama / Thriller
Director: John Glen
Cast: Timothy Dalton, Carey Lowell, Robert Davi, Talisa Soto, Anthony Zerbe, Frank McRae, Everett McGill, Benicio Del Toro, Desmond Llewelyn, David Hedison, Wayne Newton, Anthony Starke, Robert Brown, Pedro Armendariz Jr., Priscilla Barnes
Timothy Dalton continues his James Bond portrayals in his second starring role as Agent 007. This time, he heads to Mexico to fight a drug empire after learning that drug dealer Franz Sanchez (Robert Davi) has killed his CIA friend Felix Leiter's (David Hedison) bride on their honeymoon. Bond tracks down Sanchez, and the chase culminates on the highway and involves an oil tanker and a helicopter.
|Live and Let Die 1973 PG, 121 min.|
Director: Guy Hamilton
Cast: Roger Moore, Jane Seymour, Yaphet Kotto, Geoffrey Holder, Clifton James, Bernard Lee, Lois Maxwell, David Hedison, Julius Harris, Gloria Hendry, Tommy Lane, Madeline Smith, Robert Dix, Roy Stewart, Earl Jolly Brown
This is the eighth agent 007 film, but it is the first with Roger Moore in the starring role. In this installment, James Bond is on the trail of a Caribbean-based drug dealer. As with the previous seven 007 films, this one has plenty of gadgetry, beautiful women, and wild chases. It's not up to the standards of the others, though, except for the title song by Paul McCartney.
|The Lost World 1960 N/R, 97 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Adventure
Director: Irwin Allen
Cast: Michael Rennie, Jill St. John, David Hedison, Claude Rains, Fernando Lamas, Richard Haydn, Ray Stricklyn, Jay Novello, Ian Wolfe, Vitina Marcus, Colin(2) Campbell, Bess Flowers, Ben Wright, Larry Chance, Alex Finlayson
In this retelling of A. Conan Doyle's tale, Claude Rains takes the role of Professor Challenger as he and his group–Lord John Roxton (Michael Rennie), Jennifer Holmes (Jill St. John), David Holmes (Ray Stricklyn), and Ed Malone (David Hedison)–seek out prehistoric creatures. They head to the Amazon jungle, and helicopter pilot Manuel Gomez (Fernando Lamas) and guide Costa (Jay Novello) join them. Upon arrival, they encounter dinosaurs, dangerous Indians, and huge arachnids. They do win their fight for survival, and Challenger finds a dinosaur egg to take home with him. Director Irwin Allen went on to disaster films (such as "The Towering Inferno" and "Beyond the Poseidon Adventure").
|Megiddo: The Omega Code 2 2001 PG-13, 104 min.|
Director: Brian Trenchard-Smith
Cast: Michael York, Michael Biehn, Diane Venora, R. Lee Ermey, Udo Kier, Franco Nero, Jim Metzler, Noah Huntley, Michael Paul Chan, David Hedison
Michael York is back in his role of Stone Alexander whose body Satan has taken over to accomplish its goal of controlling the world–and the battleground between good and evil is set.
|Murder in Peyton Place 1977 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery
Director: Bruce Kessler
Cast: Christopher Connelly, Dorothy Malone, Ed Nelson, Stella Stevens, Janet Margolin, David Hedison, Tim O'Connor, Linda Gray, Catherine Bach, Marj Dusay, Kimberly Beck, Joyce Jillson, James Booth, Jonathan Goldsmith, Charlotte Stewart
The old cast of the TV series "Peyton Place" returns to check in on Peyton Place after Allison MacKenzie and Rodney Harrington are killed in a car crash. Unbeknownst to those in Peyton Place is that Stella Churnak (Stella Stevens) has returned to their town and is secretly seeking revenge and creating havoc to tear apart the community. One more "Peyton Place" film follows: "Peyton Place: The Next Generation."
|Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys! 1958 N/R, 106 min.|
Director: Leo McCarey
Cast: Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Joan Collins, Jack Carson, Tuesday Weld, Dwayne Hickman, Gale Gordon, Murvyn Vye, O.Z. Whitehead, Percy Helton, Tom Gilson, David Hedison, Richard Collier, Tap Canutt, Bess Flowers
Harry and Grace Bannerman (Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward) react negatively to an army missile base construction near their suburban town of Putman's Landing. The townsfolk cannot deal with the annoying Captain Hoxie (Jack Carson), and Harry, who is an Air Force reservist, acts as the liaison between the town and the Army. After Grace and her group dress up as Indians for a 4th of July demonstration against the planned missile site, they learn that the site will bring employment to their town. Harry and Grace embrace, but they accidentally push a lever that launches a missile containing Captain Hoxie, and he goes up in space.
|1. The Enemy Below (1957)|
2. Ffolkes (1980)
aka: Assault Force
aka: North Sea Hijack
3. The Fly (1958)
4. Kenny Rogers as The Gambler: The Adventure Continues (1983)
aka: The Gambler: The Adventure Continues
5. Licence to Kill (1989)
6. Live and Let Die (1973)
7. The Lost World (1960)
8. Megiddo: The Omega Code 2 (2001)
9. Murder in Peyton Place (1977)
10. The Naked Face (1984)
11. Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys! (1958)
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