|Bedtime Story 1964 N/R, 99 min.|
Director: Ralph Levy
Cast: Marlon Brando, David Niven, Shirley Jones, Dody Goodman, Norman Alden, Parley Baer, Marie Windsor, Rebecca Sand, Frances Robinson, Aram Stephan, Francine York, Henry Slate, Susanne Cramer, Cynthia Lynn, Ilse Taurins
In a contest over territory, Freddy (Marlon Brando) and Lawrence (David Niven) decide to settle their differences through whoever can win the attentions of "Soap Queen" Janet (Shirley Jones).
|Ben 1972 PG, 95 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Phil Karlson
Cast: Arthur O'Connell, Lee Montgomery, Rosemary Murphy, Joseph Campanella, Meredith Baxter, Kenneth Tobey, Norman Alden, Kaz Garas, Paul Carr, Richard Van Vleet, James Luisi, Lee Paul, Scott Garrett, Arlen Stuart, Ric Drasin
Michael Jackson's hit was the title song in this sequel to "Willard". A detective with the police tries to find and exterminate a pack of rats led by "Ben".
|Borderline 1980 R, 105 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action
Director: Jerrold Freedman
Cast: Charles Bronson, Bruno Kirby, Ed Harris, Karmin Murcelo, Michael Lerner, Bert Remsen, Kenneth McMillan, Wilford Brimley, Enrique Castillo, Norman Alden, James Victor, John Ashton, Panchito Gomez, Charles Cyphers, Lawrence P. Casey
The problem of illegal Mexican aliens is dealt with in this film. Border guard Jeb Maynard (Charles Bronson) fights racketeer Hotchkiss (Ed Harris) who is trading illegal aliens for profit. Jeb finds help from illegal alien Elena Morales (Karmin Murcelo) who cooperates by leading him to Hotchkiss, and, in the process, he understands and sympathizes with the problems she faces.
|Cry Panic 1974 TV, 85 min.|
Director: James Goldstone
Cast: John Forsythe, Earl Holliman, Ralph Meeker, Norman Alden, Anne Francis, Eddie Firestone, Claudia McNeil, Harry Basch, Gene Tyburn, Jason Wingreen, Royce D. Applegate, Wesley Lau
In this made-for-TV mystery, David Ryder (John Forsythe) runs over and kills a pedestrian. When he returns to the scene if the accident, the body is missing. It appears that the townsfolk, including the sheriff, have something to hide.
|Ed Wood 1994 R, 127 min.|
Director: Tim Burton
Cast: Johnny Depp, Martin Landau, Sarah Jessica Parker, Bill Murray, Vincent D'Onofrio, Patricia Arquette, Jeffrey Jones, G.D. Spradlin, Mike Starr, Norman Alden
Edward D. Wood (Johnny Depp) has been called the worst director in Hollywood's history. He also has the dubious honor of being responsible for what many consider to be the worst movie ever made ("Plan 9 from Outer Space"). This is the story behind all of the stinkers Wood directed and features his most utilized star, Bela Lugosi (Martin Landau–who won "Best Supporting Actor"). This movie delivers the message: If you are inept and work really hard, you will still be inept!
|First to Fight 1967 N/R, 97 min.|
Director: Christian Nyby
Cast: Chad Everett, Marilyn Devin, Dean Jagger, Bobby Troup, Gene Hackman, Claude Akins, James Best, Norman Alden, Bobs Watson, Ken Swofford, Ray Reese, Garry Goodgion, Robert Austin, Clint Ritchie, Stephen Roberts
This is an insightful psychological story about a Congressional Medal of Honor winner, Jack Connell (Chad Everett), cracking up when he returns to fight in the Pacific.
|Good Times 1967 N/R, 91 min.|
Genre: Musical / Comedy
Director: William Friedkin
Cast: Sonny Bono, Cher, George Sanders, Norman Alden, Larry Duran, Kelly Thordsen, Lennie Weinrib, Edy Williams, James Flavin, Charles Smith, China Lee, Diane Haggerty, Peter Robbins, Phil Arnold, Hank Worden
In this movie about making a movie, Sonny and Cher play themselves as they plan to make a musical. They have been offered roles in a film, but the script is terrible, and Sonny tries to write a better script. Songs include "I've Got You Babe," "It's the Little Things," "Good Times," "Trust Me," "Don't Talk to Strangers," "I'm Gonna Love You," and "Just a Name."
|The Great Bank Robbery 1969 N/R, 97 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Western
Director: Hy Averback
Cast: Zero Mostel, Kim Novak, Clint Walker, Claude Akins, Akim Tamiroff, Larry Storch, John Alexander, Sam Jaffe, Mako, Elisha Cook Jr., Ruth Warrick, John Fiedler, John Larch, Peter Whitney, Norman Alden
When a con man, the Reverend Pious Blue (Zero Mostel), attempts a bank robbery, he is met by a Texas Ranger (Clint Walker) and his six Chinese agents who are on the scene investigating a crooked mayor. When their paths cross, chaos becomes the name of the game. This is a pretty good spoof on Westerns; the tale takes place in the aptly named town of Friendly.
|Kansas City Bomber 1972 PG, 99 min.|
Director: Jerrold Freedman
Cast: Raquel Welch, Kevin McCarthy, Helena Kallianiotes, Norman Alden, Jeanne Cooper, Jodie Foster, William Gray Espy, Richard Lane, Russ Marin, Martine Bartlett, Cornelia Sharpe, Joan Darling, Patti "Moo Moo" Cvin, Stephen Manley, Shelly Novack
Raquel Welch is the highlight of this film that is centered on the tough sport of roller derby. Naive K.C. Carr (Welch) is one of her team's star skaters. When she has an affair with the owner Burt Henry (Kevin McCarthy), jealous teammates–especially Jackie (Helena Kallianiotes)–make life tough for K.C., but she is determined to defend herself.
|Man's Favorite Sport? 1964 N/R, 120 min.|
Director: Howard Hawks
Cast: Rock Hudson, Paula Prentiss, Maria Perschy, John McGiver, Charlene Holt, Roscoe Karns, Forrest Lewis, Regis Toomey, James Westerfield, Norman Alden, Tyler McVey, Kathie Browne
Star fishing-gear salesman Roger (Rock Hudson) knows nothing about fishing. When publicity director Abigail (Paula Prentiss) talks Roger's boss into entering Roger in a fishing tournament, he wins–with help from a bear– and his troubles begin.
|Red Line 7000 1965 N/R, 110 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Howard Hawks
Cast: James Caan, Laura Devon, Gail Hire, Charlene Holt, John Robert Crawford, Marianna Hill, Skip Ward, Norman Alden, George Takei, Robert Donner, Diane Strom, Anthony Rogers, Carol Connors, Cissy Wellman, Teri Garr
Excellent racing scenes help the excitement of this film about romance and tragedy encountered in auto racing as three women always worry about their boyfriends who are racers.
|The Sword in the Stone 1963 N/R, 75 min.|
Genre: Animation / Family / Musical / Fantasy
Director: Wolfgang Reitherman
Cast: Rickie Sorensen, Sebastian Cabot, Karl Swenson, Junius Matthews, Alan Napier, Norman Alden, Martha Wentworth, Barbara Jo Allen, Ginny Tyler, Richard & Robert Reitherman, James MacDonald, Thurl Ravenscroft
Narrated by Sir Ector (voice of Sebastian Cabot), this animated film by Disney is based on the tale of King Arthur (voice of Rickie Sorensen) and revolves around a boy named Wart (voices of Richard and Robert Reitherman) who is aided by the magician Merlin (voice of Karl Swenson).
|They Live 1988 R, 97 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Action / Horror / Thriller
Director: John Carpenter
Cast: Roddy Piper, Keith David, Meg Foster, George "Buck" Flower, Peter Jason, Raymond St. Jacques, Jason Robards III, John Lawrence, Susan Barnes, Sy Richardson, Wendy Brainard, Lucille Meredith, Norman Alden, Susan Blanchard, Dana Bratton
A drifter, Nada (Roddy Piper), finds a special pair of sunglasses that allows him to see the "real" world. One such sight is that, supposedly, human beings are, in fact, aliens behind a massive plot to subdue the humans. Can he do something about it? A poor make-up job on the aliens is but one of the flaws of this film; however, it's good fun. From the mouth of our hero: "I have come here to chew bubble gum and kick ass, and I'm all out of bubble gum."
|The Trackers 1971 TV, 73 min.|
Director: Earl Bellamy
Cast: Ernest Borgnine, Sammy Davis Jr., Julie Adams, Jim Davis, Arthur Hunnicutt, Connie Kreski, Caleb Brooks, Leo Gordon, Norman Alden, Ross Elliott
A rancher (Ernest Borgnine) is after those responsible for killing his son and kidnapping his daughter. He hires an arrogant professional tracker (Sammy Davis Jr.) to help in the search and the two don't hit it off well together.
|The Transformers: The Movie 1986 PG, 86 min.|
Genre: Animation / Family / Adventure / Sci-Fi
Director: Nelson Shin
Cast: Orson Welles, Robert Stack, Leonard Nimoy, Eric Idle, Judd Nelson, Lionel Stander, Clive Revill, John Moschitta Jr., Norman Alden, Peter Cullen, Scatman Crothers, Casey Kasem, Jack Angel, Frank Welker
The 1980s' TV cartoon series is brought to the screen. The year is 2005, and the Autobots are locked in battle with the evil Decepticons for the rights to the planet. This time around, a killer Planet Unicron (voice of Orson Welles) enters the fray and adds to the perils endured by the Autobots in their fight for survival.
|Where Does It Hurt? 1972 R, 87 min.|
Director: Rodney Amateau
Cast: Peter Sellers, Jo Ann Pflug, Rick Lenz, Harold Gould, Hope Summers, Eve Bruce, Kathleen Freeman, Pat Marita, Norman Alden, Keith Allison, Brett Halsey, Paul Lambert, Jeane Byron, J. Edward McKinley, Dodie Warren
In this so-so comedy, Peter Sellers plays hospital administrator Albert T. Hopfnagel who heads up a hospital staff that pulls out all stops to collect maximum insurance benefits from patients.
|The Wild Angels 1966 N/R, 83 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Roger Corman
Cast: Peter Fonda, Nancy Sinatra, Bruce Dern, Lou Procopio, Diane Ladd, Norman Alden, Michael J. Pollard, Joan Shawlee, Dick Miller, Gayle Hunnicutt, Buck Taylor, Coby Denton, Marc Cavell, Art Baker, Frank Maxwell
The Hell's Angels biker crowd, led by Heavenly Blues (Peter Fonda), rescues Heavenly Blues' best friend, Loser (Bruce Dern), from the hospital after he is injured in an accident while trying to steal a police motorcycle. Loser dies soon after, and, during the funeral, the biker crowd runs into more than a little trouble when they participate in a drug orgy that sets the police on their trail. This film was a precursor to "Easy Rider."
|1. Bedtime Story (1964)|
2. Ben (1972)
3. Borderline (1980)
4. Cry Panic (1974)
5. Ed Wood (1994)
6. First to Fight (1967)
7. Good Times (1967)
8. The Great Bank Robbery (1969)
9. Kansas City Bomber (1972)
10. Man's Favorite Sport? (1964)
11. Red Line 7000 (1965)
12. The Sword in the Stone (1963)
13. They Live (1988)
14. The Trackers (1971)
15. The Transformers: The Movie (1986)
16. Where Does It Hurt? (1972)
17. The Wild Angels (1966)
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