|Best Friends 1982 PG, 116 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Norman Jewison
Cast: Burt Reynolds, Goldie Hawn, Ron Silver, Jessica Tandy, Barnard Hughes, Audra Lindley, Keenan Wynn, Richard Libertini, Carol Locatell, Peggy Walton-Walker, Noah Hathaway, Mikey Martin, Helen Page Camp, Joan Pringle, Vincent J. Isaac
After living together for many years, professional writers Richard Babson and Paula McCullen (Burt Reynolds and Goldie Hawn) get married. Now, they are more than "Best Friends" and find that they can no longer collaborate on their work as they did before and are stymied in their attempt at producing any worthwhile screenwriting.
|The Escape Artist 1982 PG, 96 min.|
Director: Caleb Deschanel
Cast: Raul Julia, Griffin O'Neal, Desi Arnaz, Teri Garr, Joan Hackett, Gabriel Dell, M. Emmet Walsh, Jackie Coogan, Huntz Hall, David Clennon, John P. Ryan, Elizabeth Daily, Hal Williams, Helen Page Camp, Harry Caesar
Based on David Wagoner's novel, this story involves young magician Danny Masters (Griffin O'Neal) who is always getting in trouble. Danny steals the wallet of Stu Quinones (Raul Julia) who just happens to be the son of corrupt Mayor Leon Quinones (Desi Arnaz). Danny finds that the wallet is filled with graft money, and this time, he finds himself in over his head and suffers the consequences.
|Telefon 1977 PG, 103 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Don Siegel
Cast: Charles Bronson, Lee Remick, Donald Pleasence, Tyne Daly, Alan Badel, Patrick Magee, Sheree North, Frank Marth, Roy Jenson, John Mitchum, Helen Page Camp, Jacqueline Scott, Ed Bakey, Hank Brandt, Iggie Wolfington
KGB agent Col. Grigori Borzov (Charles Bronson) and KGB double agent Barbara (Lee Remick) work against time to prevent Dalchimsky's (Donald Pleasence) plot–of blowing-up a U.S. military base–from coming to fruition. Dalchimsky's plot could re-ignite the Cold War, and, while Grigori and Barbara step quickly into action, they still find time to fall in love.
|1. Best Friends (1982)|
2. The Escape Artist (1982)
3. Telefon (1977)
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