|The Letter 1982 TV, 96 min.|
Director: John Erman
Cast: Lee Remick, Christopher Cazenove, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Ian McShane, Soon-Tek Oh, Ronald Pickup, Beulah Quo, Jack Thompson, Kieu Chinh, Sarah Marshall, James Hong, Molly Roden, Byron Chung, Peter Mintun, John Orchard
Somerset Maugham's story is told again. This time around, Lee Remick takes on the role of Leslie who is accused of murdering her lover. Leslie's story is told through flashbacks–first as a victim of rape, then as a victim of blackmail concerning an incriminating letter she wrote involving her deceased lover, and finally as a murder victim.
|Rustlers' Rhapsody 1985 PG, 88 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Western
Director: Hugh Wilson
Cast: Tom Berenger, G.W. Bailey, Marilu Henner, Andy Griffith, Fernando Rey, Sela Ward, Brant von Hoffman, Christopher Malcolm, Jim Carter, Patrick Wayne, Paul Maxwell, Manuel Pereiro, Margarita Calahorra, Billy J. Mitchell, John Orchard
Singing cowboy Rex O'Herlihan (Tom Berenger) rides into the middle of a clash between evil cattle baron Colonel Ticonderoga (Andy Griffith) and sheepherders in this satire on Westerns. When Rex tries to defend the sheepherders, Bob Barber (Patrick Wayne) is hired to fight him and force the sheepherders out of the valley.
|1. The Letter (1982)|
2. Rustlers' Rhapsody (1985)
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