|Hurricane 1974 TV, 78 min.|
Director: Jerry Jameson
Cast: Larry Hagman, Martin Milner, Jessica Walter, Barry Sullivan, Will Geer, Michael Learned, Patrick Duffy, Lonny Chapman, Frank Sutton, Ayn Ruymen, Barry Livingston, Jim Antonio, Ric Carrott, Jack Colvin, Alan Landers
Hurricane chasers Major Stoddard (Martin Milner) and Paul Damon (Larry Hagman) rescue victims of a killer hurricane in this made-for-TV disaster film that is based on William C. Anderson's novel "Hurricane Hunters." Actual pictures from 1969's Hurricane Camille add to the great film footage of hurricanes.
|Marty 1955 N/R, 90 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Delbert Mann
Cast: Ernest Borgnine, Betsy Blair, Esther Minciotti, Augusta Ciolli, Joe Mantell, Jerry Paris, Karen Steele, Minerva Urecal, Robin Morse, Walter Kelley, James Bell, Charles Cane, John Dennis, Frank Sutton, Silvio Minciotti
Two lonely and unattractive people–34-year-old bachelor Marty (Ernest Borgnine), who lives with his mother (Esther Minciotti), and schoolteacher Clara (Betsy Blair)–meet at the Stardust Ballroom in Manhattan and are attracted to each other. But, when Marty's mother and friends criticize Clara, Marty does not call her–until he realizes that a loving relationship with Clara is more important to him than the relationships he shares with his friends and mother. The film received Academy Awards for Best Picture, Actor (Borgnine), Director, and Screenplay. Betsy Blair and Joe Mantell were nominated for Best Supporting Actress and Supporting Actor.
|Town Without Pity 1961 N/R, 112 min.|
Director: Gottfried Reinhardt
Cast: Kirk Douglas, E.G. Marshall, Robert Blake, Richard Jaeckel, Christine Kaufmann, Stefan Schnabel, Alan Gifford, Barbara Rutting, Hans Nielsen, Frank Sutton
American GIs are accused of raping a young German girl. This is the story of her fellow townspeople's indignation and demand for retribution.
|1. Hurricane (1974)|
2. Marty (1955)
3. Town Without Pity (1961)
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