|Dream Lover 1986 R, 104 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Alan J. Pakula
Cast: Kristy McNichol, Ben Masters, Paul Shenar, Justin Deas, John McMartin, Gayle Hunnicutt, Joseph Culp, Matthew Penn, Paul West, Jon Polito, Matthew Long, Ellen Parker, Lynn Webster, Brenda Cowling, Charles West
After being attacked by an intruder whom she kills, Kathy Gardner (Kristy McNichol) seeks help in overcoming her trauma. She goes to a dream research center but suffers some unexpected results when her researcher, Michael Hansen (Ben Masters), uses Kathy as a guinea pig for his experiments.
|Marlowe 1969 PG, 96 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama
Director: Paul Bogart
Cast: James Garner, Gayle Hunnicutt, Carroll O'Connor, Rita Moreno, Sharon Farrell, William Daniels, Jackie Coogan, Kenneth Tobey, Bruce Lee, H.M. Wynant, Christopher Cary, George Tyne, Corinne Camacho, Paul Stevens, Roger Newman
James Garner is very believable in the role of Los Angeles Detective Philip Marlowe in this update of Ray Chandler's "The Little Sister." The "sister," Orfamay Quest (Sharon Farrell), hires Marlowe to find her missing brother. Philip follows two leads, but both end up with victims who have been killed with ice picks. The plot thickens, and there's lots of fun before the case is solved.
|Once in Paris... 1978 PG, 100 min.|
Director: Frank D. Gilroy
Cast: Wayne Rogers, Gayle Hunnicutt, Jack Lenoir, Philippe March, Yul Brynner, Lillian Randolph, Robert Montgomery, Kay Kendall, Gregory Ratoff, Geoffrey Toone
An American screenwriter (Wayne Rogers) goes to Paris to work and, instead, falls in love with a beautiful British woman (Gayle Hunnicutt).
|Scorpio 1973 PG, 114 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Michael Winner
Cast: Burt Lancaster, Alain Delon, Paul Scofield, John Colicos, Gayle Hunnicutt, J.D. Cannon, Joanne Linville, James Sikking, Mel Stewart, Vladek Sheybal, Mary Maude, Jack Colvin, Burke Byrnes, William Smithers, Shmuel Rodensky
The daring world of espionage is the setting for this film about CIA agent Cross (Burt Lancaster) who hires assassin Jean Laurier (Alain Delon) to kill an Arab terrorist. What Cross does not know is that Laurier was ordered by his superior McLeod (John Colicos) to kill Cross also. When Cross catches on, he flees to Austria and meets up with KGB official Zharkov (Paul Scofield) who helps him disappear. But, when Cross learns that McLeod has murdered Cross' wife, Sarah (Joanne Linville), he returns to the U.S. for a bloody confrontation.
|The Sell Out 1976 PG, 88 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Peter Collinson
Cast: Richard Widmark, Oliver Reed, Gayle Hunnicutt, Sam Wanamaker, Vladek Sheybal, Ori Levy, Assi Dayan, Shmuel Rodensky, Peter Frye, Fanny Lubitsch, Miguel Pedregosa, Yossi Virginsky, Thelma Ruby, Heinz Bernard, Yossi Graber
Retired CIA Agent Sam Lucas (Richard Widmark) lives the quiet life in Israel until a former protege, Gabriel (Oliver Reed), asks for help: he had defected to the Soviets but now wants out. The chase is on when both the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. order the capture of Gabriel.
|Target 1985 R, 117 min.|
Director: Arthur Penn
Cast: Gene Hackman, Matt Dillon, Gayle Hunnicutt, Victoria Fyodorova, Josef Sommer, Guy Boyd, Herbert Berghof, Randy Moore, Ilona Grubel, Tomas Hnevsa
A father and son (Gene Hackman and Matt Dillon) join forces when their wife/mother (Gayle Hunnicutt) is kidnapped while visiting Paris. As the plot develops, the two men realize they are the targets of a spy ring.
|The Wild Angels 1966 N/R, 83 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Roger Corman
Cast: Peter Fonda, Nancy Sinatra, Bruce Dern, Lou Procopio, Diane Ladd, Norman Alden, Michael J. Pollard, Joan Shawlee, Dick Miller, Gayle Hunnicutt, Buck Taylor, Coby Denton, Marc Cavell, Art Baker, Frank Maxwell
The Hell's Angels biker crowd, led by Heavenly Blues (Peter Fonda), rescues Heavenly Blues' best friend, Loser (Bruce Dern), from the hospital after he is injured in an accident while trying to steal a police motorcycle. Loser dies soon after, and, during the funeral, the biker crowd runs into more than a little trouble when they participate in a drug orgy that sets the police on their trail. This film was a precursor to "Easy Rider." 1 User Review
|A tale of sociological horror||Ace McCain 12/25/2007 |
| Slick, imitative but stylishly directed melodrama done in a semi-documentary style by Roger Corman. Great rock score by The Arrows and fine widescreen color photography by Laszlo Kovacs are definite assets. (3 stars)|
|A Woman of Substance 1984 TV, 300 min.|
Director: Don Sharp
Cast: Jenny Seagrove, Deborah Kerr, Liam Neeson, Barry Bostwick, Diane Baker, Miranda Richardson, John Mills, Gayle Hunnicutt, Barry Morse, Saskia Reeves
Based on Barbara Taylor Bradford's popular novel of the same name, this TV miniseries tells the story of Emma Harte, who started as a poor shop girl and rose to head a vast empire. In the process, she overcame many obstacles, including the social issues of the 1890s-1930s in England. Jenny Seagrove plays the young Emma, and Deborah Kerr is the older Emma. Followed by a sequel: "Hold the Dream." Kerr received an Emmy nomination for her acting, and the production was also nominated for Best Miniseries.
|1. Dream Lover (1986)|
2. Eye of the Cat (1969)
3. The Legend of Hell House (1973)
4. Marlowe (1969)
5. Once in Paris... (1978)
6. Scorpio (1973)
7. The Sell Out (1976)
8. Target (1985)
9. The Wild Angels (1966)
10. A Woman of Substance (1984)
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