|92 in the Shade 1975 R, 93 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Thomas McGuane
Cast: Peter Fonda, Warren Oates, Margot Kidder, Burgess Meredith, Harry Dean Stanton, Sylvia Miles, Elizabeth Ashley, William Hickey, Louise Latham, Joe Spinell, William Roerick, Evelyn Russell, John Quade, John Heffernan, Warren J. Kemmerling
Set in Key West, this is the film adaptation of Thomas McGuane's novel about competition between captains of fishing boats.
|Any Which Way You Can 1980 PG, 116 min.|
Genre: Action / Comedy
Director: Buddy Van Horn
Cast: Clint Eastwood, Sondra Locke, Geoffrey Lewis, Ruth Gordon, William Smith, Harry Guardino, Michael Cavanaugh, Barry Corbin, Roy Jenson, Bill McKinney, William O'Connell, John Quade, Al Ruscio, Dan Vadis, Camila Ashland
Clint Eastwood is back as bare-knuckle fighter Philo Beddoe with Clyde the orangutan in this funny sequel to "Every Which Way But Loose." Still needing cash, the fisticuffs king Philo is enticed into fighting Mob-sponsored Jack Wilson (William Smith) for a ton of money. As the means of forcing him into the fight, the Mob kidnaps Philo's girlfriend Lynn (Sondra Locke). In order to save Lynn, Wilson and Philo team up–for awhile. Entertaining film with a hilarious performance by Ruth Gordon as Philo's crazy mother Senovia "Ma" Boggs.
|Bad Company 1972 R, 94 min.|
Director: Robert Benton
Cast: Jeff Bridges, Barry Brown, Jim Davis, John Savage, David Huddleston, Jerry Houser, Ed Lauter, Charles Tyner, Geoffrey Lewis, John Quade, Damon Cofer, Joshua Hill Lewis, Raymond Guth, Jean Allison, Ned Wertimer
This story centers on what happens to a Civil War draft dodger, Drew Dixon (Barry Brown), when he heads west and takes on a criminal lifestyle. He bonds with con-artist Jake Rumsey (Jeff Bridges) and joins Jake's gang of boy bandits, including Loney (John Savage) and Arthur (Jerry Houser). As the gang fights the harsh elements and tries to avoid confrontations with criminals such as Big Joe (David Huddleston), Drew realizes that he may have no choice but to rely on a life of crime in order to survive.
|Cattle Annie and Little Britches 1981 PG, 95 min.|
Director: Lamont Johnson
Cast: Burt Lancaster, Amanda Plummer, Diane Lane, Rod Steiger, John Savage, Scott Glenn, Redmond Gleason, William Russ, John Quade, Perry Lang
Annie (Amanda Plummer) and Jenny (Diane Lane) head west in search of adventure and persuade Bill Doolin (Burt Lancaster) and surviving members of the Doolin-Dalton gang to let them in on a bank robbery.
|Every Which Way But Loose 1978 PG, 114 min.|
Genre: Action / Comedy
Director: James Fargo
Cast: Clint Eastwood, Sondra Locke, Geoffrey Lewis, Ruth Gordon, Beverly D'Angelo, Walter Barnes, George Chandler, Roy Jenson, James McEachin, Bill McKinney, William O'Connell, John Quade, Dan Vadis, Hank Warden, Gregory Walcott
Clyde (an orangutan) steals the show in this film about beer-drinking truck driver Philo (Clint Eastwood) who travels with the ape. To earn extra money, Philo participates in bar room fights that are promoted by his pal Orville Boggs (Geoffrey Lewis). Along the way, he falls for Lynn Halsey-Taylor (Sondra Locke), picks up as many enemies as friends, and the chase is on.
|Houston: The Legend of Texas 1986 TV, 90 min.|
Genre: Western / Drama
aka: Gone to Texas
Director: Peter Levin
Cast: Sam Elliott, Michael Beck, Devon Ericson, Bo Hopkins, Michael C. Gwynne, William Russ, John P. Ryan, G.D. Spradlin, James Stephens, Claudia Christian, Donald Moffat, John Quade, Ned Romero, Richard Yniguez, Ritch Brinkley
This made-for-TV biography was originally 2 1/2 hours long but was reduced in length for subsequent release. It is the story of Sam Houston (Sam Elliott), who was instrumental in freeing Texas from Mexican rule and making it into a power to be reckoned with.
|Special Delivery 1976 PG, 99 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Action
aka: Dangerous Break
Director: Paul Wendkos
Cast: Bo Svenson, Cybill Shepherd, Tom Atkins, Sorrell Booke, Gerrit Graham, Michael C. Gwynne, Jeff Goldblum, Robert Ito, John Quade, Vic Tayback, Kim Richards, Mel Scott, Deidre Hall, Marla Adams, Alex Colon
This comedy-action film involves a bank robbery in which bystanders–including weird artist Mary Jane (Cybill Shepherd)–try to grab off some of the loot.
|The Tracker 1988 TV, 102 min.|
Director: John Guillermin
Cast: Kris Kristofferson, Mark Moses, Scott Wilson, David Huddleston, John Quade, Geoffrey Blake, Don Swayze, Brynn Thayer, Ernie Lively, Leon Rippy
Noble Adams (Kris Kristofferson) is on the trail of a murdering, religious fanatic (Scott Wilson) in this OK Western.
|The Virginia Hill Story 1974 TV, 90 min.|
Director: Joel Schumacher
Cast: Dyan Cannon, Harvey Keitel, Allen Garfield, John Vernon, Herbert Anderson, Robby Benson, John Quade, Liam Dunn, Conrad Janis, Tom Reese
Told in flashback as she is testifying, this is the story of Hollywood starlet Virginia Hill (Dyan Cannon) who was the lover of Mafia gangster Bugsy Siegel (Harvey Keitel). Siegel went into debt opening a gambling casino in Las Vegas, upset opponents, and was murdered by rival mobsters.
|The Wackiest Wagon Train in the West 1976 G, 86 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Western
Director: Jack Arnold, Earl Bellamy, Bruce Bilson, Oscar Rudolph
Cast: Bob Denver, Forrest Tucker, Ivor Francis, Jeannine Riley, Lori Saunders, Lynn Wood, William Cort, Eddie Little Sky, Ernest Esparza III, Don "Red" Barry, James Gammon, Dennis Fimple, John Quade
In this take-off on TV's "Gilligan's Island," 19th-century wagonmaster Callahan (Forrest Tucker) and his bumbling sidekick Dusty (Bob Denver), along with their passengers, become castaways on the trail from St. Louis to California when they are separated from the wagon train.
|1. 92 in the Shade (1975)|
2. Any Which Way You Can (1980)
3. Bad Company (1972)
4. Cattle Annie and Little Britches (1981)
5. Every Which Way But Loose (1978)
6. Houston: The Legend of Texas (1986)
aka: Gone to Texas
7. Special Delivery (1976)
aka: Dangerous Break
8. The Tracker (1988)
9. The Virginia Hill Story (1974)
10. The Wackiest Wagon Train in the West (1976)
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