|Cracking Up 1983 PG, 83 min.|
Director: Jerry Lewis
Cast: Jerry Lewis, Herb Edelman, Zane Busby, Dick Butkus, Milton Berle, Sammy Davis Jr., Foster Brooks, Buddy Lester, Francine York, Robin Bach, Paul Davidson, Ruta Lee, Bill Richmond
This is not one of Jerry Lewis' best by a long shot, but there are a few funny scenes as Jerry plays various characters–all tied to a suicidal chump seeking help from the shrink (Edelman).
|Gus 1976 G, 96 min.|
Director: Vincent McEveety
Cast: Edward Asner, Don Knotts, Gary Grimes, Tim Conway, Liberty Williams, Dick Van Patten, Ronnie Schell, Bob Crane, Johnny Unitas, Dick Butkus, Harold Gould, Tom Bosley
Hank Cooper (Edward Asner) is the owner of an inept football team: the California Atoms. Things change when the team mascot, a mule named Gus, takes over as the team's kicker. But there are funny bad men who don't like the team's new-found success. Humorous, harmless, Disney nonsense.
|The Legend of Sleepy Hollow 1980 TV, 100 min.|
Director: Henning Schellerup
Cast: Jeff Goldblum, Dick Butkus, Meg Foster, James Griffith, Paul Sand, Laura Campbell, John Sylvester White, Michael Rudd, Steve Allen, Gary Coleman, H.E.D. Redford, Marneen Fields
This TV version of the Washington Irving classic is filled with humor and good acting as nasty Brom Bones (Dick Butkus) attempts to scare off schoolmaster Ichabod Crane (Jeff Goldblum) when Katrina (Meg Foster) shows an interest in Ichabod. The past schoolmasters have met fateful ends, but Ichabod doesn't listen to Brom Bones' spooky tales–until one dark night when he is pursued by the Headless Horseman.
|Let's Kill All the Lawyers 1992 R, 103 min.|
Director: Ron Senkowski
Cast: Rick Frederick, James Vezina, Michelle DeVuono, Lee Gusta, Cheryl Roy, Joanne Long, Ron Senkowski, Dick Butkus
A Law intern, Foster Merkul (Rick Frederick), becomes disillusioned by the crooked lawyers and so decides to go his own way in this interesting spoof of the legal system.
|Mother, Jugs & Speed 1976 PG, 95 min.|
Director: Peter Yates
Cast: Bill Cosby, Raquel Welch, Harvey Keitel, Allen Garfield, Larry Hagman, L.Q. Jones, Bruce Davison, Dick Butkus, Milt Kamen, Severn Darden
Los Angeles ambulance drivers compete for accident victims in this very funny black comedy.
|Spontaneous Combustion 1990 R, 97 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Horror / Thriller
Director: Tobe Hooper
Cast: Brad Dourif, Cynthia Bain, Jon Cypher, William Prince, Melinda Dillon, Dey Young, Tegan West, John Landis, Michael Keys Hall, Dale Dye, Dick Butkus, Frank Whiteman, Joe Mays, Stacy Edwards, Brian Bremer
In the 1950s, Sam's (Brad Dourif) parents participated in radiation experiments to find an antidote for nuclear radiation. But, when Sam was born, it soon became obvious that he could cause spontaneous combustion, and his parents were his first victims. Now an adult, he is haunted by his past and is determined to find out more about what went on with those experiments, and people trying to stop him must be torched.
|The Stepford Children 1987 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller / Horror
Director: Alan J. Levi
Cast: Barbara Eden, Don Murray, Tammy Lauren, Ken Swofford, Pat Corley, Richard Anderson, Dick Butkus, James Coco, Sharon Spelman, James Staley, Raye Birk, Debbie Barker, Randall Batinkoff, John Cameron Mitchell, Judith Baldwin
Once more the town of Stepford, Connecticut, with its peculiar women, is brought to the screen. This time around, not only the wives but the children as well are being turned into robots by the Men's Club members. Laura and Steven Harding (Barbara Eden and Don Murray) have just moved to Stepford with their children David and Mary (Randall Batinkoff and Tammy Lauren). Steven's first wife had mysteriously died in Stepford years before. What problems will Steven's family encounter, and will Laura be able to save her family from being turned into robots?
|1. Cracking Up (1983)|
2. Gus (1976)
3. Hamburger... The Motion Picture (1986)
4. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (1980)
5. Let's Kill All the Lawyers (1992)
6. Mother, Jugs & Speed (1976)
7. Spontaneous Combustion (1990)
8. The Stepford Children (1987)
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