|Bert Rigby, You're a Fool 1989 R, 94 min.|
Director: Carl Reiner
Cast: Robert Lindsay, Cathryn Bradshaw, Robbie Coltrane, Anne Bancroft, Corbin Bernsen, Bruno Kirby, Jackie Gayle, Carmen du Sautoy, Liz Smith, Lila Kaye, Diana Weston, Santos Morales, Mike Grady, Fanny Carby, George Wallace
Coal miner Bert Rigby (Robert Lindsay) is out of work, so he decides to try for a life in show business and ends up in California, where he dreams of a big career–even though he has left his pregnant life behind.
|The Boys 1991 TV, 95 min.|
Director: Glenn Jordan
Cast: James Woods, John Lithgow, Joanna Gleason, Eve Gordon, Alan Rosenberg, Rosemary Dunsmore, Rosanna Huffman, Natalia Noqulich, John Vickery, Ebbe Roe Smith, George Wallace, Jesse Bradford, Alma Martinez, Ron Recasner, Christopher Curry
Writer-partners Walter Farmer (James Woods) and Artie Margulies (John Lithgow) face Walter's lung cancer, which has been caused by second-hand smoke from Artie's smoking habit. Black comedy.
|Forbidden Planet 1956 N/R, 98 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Thriller / Romance
Director: Fred M. Wilcox
Cast: Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis, Leslie Nielsen, Warren Stevens, Jack Kelly, Richard Anderson, Earl Holliman, James Drury, George Wallace, Robert Dix, Jimmy Thompson, Harry Harvey Jr., Roger McGee, Peter Miller, James Best
This is probably the best science fiction movie of the 1950s. It is the year 2200, and spaceship Altair-4–commanded by John J. Adams (Leslie Nielsen)–has landed on a faraway planet. There he is greeted by Dr. Edward Morbius (Walter Pidgeon) and his daughter (Anne Francis) who are the sole survivors of a colony of settlers. All is not as it should be, and the doctor does not intend to share the secrets of the planet.
|In Search of America 1971 TV, 75 min.|
Director: Paul Bogart
Cast: Carl Betz, Vera Miles, Jeff Bridges, Ruth McDevitt, Renne Jarrett, Howard Duff, Kim Hunter, Michael Anderson Jr., Sal Mineo, Tyne Daly, Glynn Turman, George Wallace
Ben (Carl Betz); his wife Jenny (Vera Miles); and shaggy-haired, college dropout son, Mike (Jeff Bridges)–along with Grandma Rose (Ruth McDevitt)–take off in their 1928 Greyhound bus on a cross-country jaunt to connect with each other and with the realities of the 1960s. They meet interesting people along the way in this made-for-TV film.
|Man Without a Star 1955 N/R, 89 min.|
Director: King Vidor
Cast: Kirk Douglas, Jeanne Crain, Claire Trevor, William Campbell, Richard Boone, Mara Corday, Jay C. Flippen, Jack Elam, George Wallace, Paul Birch
Dempsey Rae (Kirk Douglas) is a drifter who helps Jeff Jimson (William Campbell) learn the ropes of being a cowboy. At the same time, he stays in one place just long enough to help Reed Bowman (Jeanne Crain) protect her land while he carries on a romance with dancehall hostess, Idonee (Claire Trevor). By film's end, Rae is drifting on to the next town.
|Radar Men from the Moon 1952 N/R, 167 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Action
Director: Fred C. Brannon
Cast: George Wallace, Aline Towne, Roy Barcroft, William Bakewell, Clayton Moore, Peter Brocco, Robert R. Stevenson, Don Walters, Tom Steele, Dale Van Sickel, Wilson Wood, Noel Cravat, Baynes Barron, Paul McGuire, Ted Thorpe
This very low budget, 12-episode serial pokes a little fun at the sci-fi films of the early 1950s. Defenses on Earth are being destroyed, and super commando Cody (George Wallace), with his flying suit, is assigned the task of finding out why it is happening. It turns out that the power-crazed Retik (Roy Barcroft), the ruler of the Moon, is softening up Earth's defenses in order to wage war. Can Cody and his arsenal of inventions save the Earth?
|Rage at Dawn 1955 N/R, 87 min.|
aka: Seven Bad Men
Director: Tim Whelan
Cast: Randolph Scott, Forrest Tucker, Mala Powers, J. Carrol Naish, Edgar Buchanan, Myron Healey, Howard Petrie, Ray Teal, William Forrest, Kenneth Tobey, Denver Pyle, Trevor Bardette, Richard Garland, William Phipps, George Wallace
The notorious Reno Brothers gang has set up shop in Seymour, Indiana, where they pay off the town officials so they can have a "safe haven." Undercover agent James Barlow (Randolph Scott) rides into town and poses as a train robber to get the goods on the gang. One thing that makes his task even more difficult is that he falls in love with the brothers' sister Laura (Mala Powers). Formula Western, typical Scott film.
|The Stunt Man 1980 R, 129 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Action / Drama
Director: Richard Rush
Cast: Peter O'Toole, Steve Railsback, Barbara Hershey, Allen Garfield, Alex Rocco, Sharon Farrell, Adam Roarke, Philip Bruns, John Pearce, Dee Carroll, George Wallace, Michael Railsback, Jim Hess, John Garwood, Charles Bail
Cameron (Steve Railsback) is a fugitive who stumbles onto a movie set at a beach resort and pretends to be a stunt man in order to avoid detection. Academy Award nominations were received for Best Actor (Peter O'Toole) and Director.
|1. Bert Rigby, You're a Fool (1989)|
2. The Boys (1991)
3. Forbidden Planet (1956)
4. In Search of America (1971)
5. Man Without a Star (1955)
6. Radar Men from the Moon (1952)
7. Rage at Dawn (1955)
aka: Seven Bad Men
8. The Stunt Man (1980)
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