|Earthquake 1974 PG, 130 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Mark Robson
Cast: Charlton Heston, George Kennedy, Richard Roundtree, Lloyd Nolan, Walter Matthau, Ava Gardner, Genevieve Bujold, Lorne Greene, Marjoe Gortner, Barry Sullivan, Victoria Principal, Monica Lewis, Gabriel Dell, Pedro Armendariz Jr., Lloyd Gough
Construction engineer Stewart Graff (Charlton Heston) is undergoing marital problems with his wife Remy (Ava Gardner) and is having an affair with Denise (Genvieve Bujold). Now, his problems multiply when a devastating earthquake hits Los Angeles. It is the special effects that won this film an Oscar.
|Excuse My Dust 1951 N/R, 82 min.|
Director: Roy Rowland
Cast: Red Skelton, Sally Forrest, Macdonald Carey, William Demarest, Raymond Walburn, Jane Darwell, Paul Harvey, Monica Lewis, Sheree North, Will Wright
Red Skelton plays Joe, the inventor of a horseless carriage, in this film about small-town America during the early 20th century. One trouble–his girlfriend's father runs a livery stable.
|The Sting II 1983 PG, 102 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Jeremy Kagan
Cast: Jackie Gleason, Mac Davis, Teri Garr, Karl Malden, Oliver Reed, Bert Remsen, Ron Rifkin, Jose Perez, Larry Bishop, Monica Lewis, Kathalina Veniero, Francis X. McCarthy, Richard C. Adams, Harry James, Frances Bergen
This is nowhere close to being the film that its predecessor was, but there is a little fun here and there. Jackie Gleason and Mac Davis play the heroes Fargo Gondorff and Jake Hooker (in Paul Newman's and Robert Redford's roles) in this one about fixing a boxing match to get Gus Macalinski (Karl Malden).
|1. Earthquake (1974)|
2. Excuse My Dust (1951)
3. The Sting II (1983)
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