|The Biscuit Eater 1972 G, 90 min.|
Genre: Family / Drama
Director: Vincent McEveety
Cast: Earl Holliman, Pat Crowley, Lew Ayres, Godfrey Cambridge, Beah Richards, Clifton James, Johnny Whitaker, George Spell, Forrest Burns, Dorothy Hack, Mantan Moreland
This Disney remake of the 1940 version is is still worthwhile family entertainment. Two Georgia boys are friends despite their different race. They take in a wild dog and train it to become a fence-jumping champion.
|Man and Boy 1972 G, 98 min.|
Director: E.W. Swackhamer
Cast: Bill Cosby, Gloria Foster, Leif Erickson, George Spell, Douglas Turner Ward, John Anderson, Henry Silva, Dub Taylor, Yaphet Kotto, Shelley Morrison, Richard Bull
Caleb (Bill Cosby) obtains a homestead in Arizona and plans to settle down. But when his horses are stolen, he and his son (George Spell) take off across the Southwest in pursuit, encountering bigotry and other hardships along the way. Cosby's feature film debut.
|The Naked Kiss 1964 N/R, 92 min.|
aka: The Iron Kiss
Director: Samuel Fuller
Cast: Constance Towers, Anthony Eisley, Michael Dante, Virginia Grey, Patsy Kelly, Betty Bronson, Marie Devereux, Karen Conrad, Linda Francis, Barbara Perry, Bill Sampson, Sheila Mintz, Patricia Gayle, Edy Williams, George Spell
After a brutal fight with her pimp, prostitute Kelly (Constance Towers) heads for a small town and a new life. A trick with a man (Anthony Eisley), who happens to be the sheriff–and who knows all about her–makes her decide to find honest work. She takes a job as a nurse's aide caring for handicapped children and meets a respected man (Michael Dante). She tells him about her past, which he accepts, and they become engaged. But Kelly soon finds out that he has his own, even worse, secrets. Another of Samuel Fuller's intense films.
|1. The Biscuit Eater (1972)|
2. Man and Boy (1972)
3. The Naked Kiss (1964)
aka: The Iron Kiss
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