|Decision at Sundown 1957 N/R, 77 min.|
Director: Budd Boetticher
Cast: Randolph Scott, John Carroll, Karen Steele, Valerie French, John Litel, Noah Beery Jr., Andrew Duggan, John Archer, James Westerfield, Ray Teal, Vaughn Taylor, Richard Deacon, H.M. Wynant, Frank J. Scannell, Bob Steele
Three years ago, Tate Kimbrough (John Carroll) ran off with rancher Bart Allison's (Randolph Scott) wife. She subsequently committed suicide, and, now, Bart tracks down Tate in order to exact revenge. After finding Tate, Bart learns that the townsfolk will protect him because, it turns out, Bart's wife had left willingly. As sundown approaches, the final showdown nears, and the townsfolk begin to change sides after much soul searching.
|Forty Pounds of Trouble 1963 N/R, 106 min.|
Director: Norman Jewison
Cast: Tony Curtis, Phil Silvers, Suzanne Pleshette, Claire Wilcox, Larry Storch, Howard Morris, Stubby Kaye, Kevin McCarthy, Mary Murphy, Edward Andrews, Karen Steele, Tom Reese, Steve Gravers, Paul Comi, Ford Rainey
This is a remake of "Little Miss Marker" in which Tony Curtis plays Steve McCluskey, the manager of a casino, who ends up with a little girl, Penny Piper (Claire Wilcox), to care for.
|Marty 1955 N/R, 90 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Delbert Mann
Cast: Ernest Borgnine, Betsy Blair, Esther Minciotti, Augusta Ciolli, Joe Mantell, Jerry Paris, Karen Steele, Minerva Urecal, Robin Morse, Walter Kelley, James Bell, Charles Cane, John Dennis, Frank Sutton, Silvio Minciotti
Two lonely and unattractive people–34-year-old bachelor Marty (Ernest Borgnine), who lives with his mother (Esther Minciotti), and schoolteacher Clara (Betsy Blair)–meet at the Stardust Ballroom in Manhattan and are attracted to each other. But, when Marty's mother and friends criticize Clara, Marty does not call her–until he realizes that a loving relationship with Clara is more important to him than the relationships he shares with his friends and mother. The film received Academy Awards for Best Picture, Actor (Borgnine), Director, and Screenplay. Betsy Blair and Joe Mantell were nominated for Best Supporting Actress and Supporting Actor.
|Star Trek Original Series, Vol. 2 (Episodes 5&6) 1966 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Adventure
Director: Harvey Hart, Leo Penn
Cast: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, George Takei, Nichelle Nichols, Roger C. Carmel, Grace Lee Whitney, Susan Denberg, Karen Steele, Maggie Thrett, Jim Goodwin, Gene Dynarski, Ed Madden, Garland Thompson
Two episodes (5 and 6) of the original series: "Mudd's Women" (aired 10/13/1966, stardate 1329.1)–The Enterprise rescues the passengers of a spaceship, who turn out to be con man Harry Mudd and three beautiful women who are on their way to marry settlers. Trouble begins when the Enterprise needs to refuel. "The Enemy Within" (aired 10/6/1966, stardate 1672.1)–Kirk is split into two beings due to a transporter malfunction above the planet Alfa 177. One "Kirk" is strong, the other weak. The crew must put Kirk back together and fix the transporter in order to save the people stranded on the planet before the frigid night falls.
|Toward the Unknown 1956 N/R, 115 min.|
Director: Mervyn LeRoy
Cast: William Holden, Lloyd Nolan, Virginia Leith, Charles McGraw, Murray Hamilton, Paul Fix, James Garner, L.Q. Jones, Karen Steele, Bartlett Robinson
Air Force Major Lincoln Bond (William Holden) redeems himself for earlier behavior as a POW when he test-flies a new jet plane for the United States. Jim Garner's film debut.
|1. Decision at Sundown (1957)|
2. Forty Pounds of Trouble (1963)
3. Marty (1955)
4. Star Trek Original Series, Vol. 2 (Episodes 5&6) (1966)
5. Toward the Unknown (1956)
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