|All Hands on Deck 1961 N/R, 98 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Musical
Director: Norman Taurog
Cast: Pat Boone, Buddy Hackett, Dennis O'Keefe, Barbara Eden, Warren Berlinger, Gale Gordon, Ann B. Davis, Jody McCrea, David Brandon, Joe E. Ross, Bartlett Robinson, Paul von Schreiber, Pat McCaffrie, Robert Foulk, Robert Cornthwaite
When sailors arrive in Long Beach, Lt. Vic Donald (Pat Boone) and local resident Sally Hobson (Barbara Eden) fall in love. Soon, it is time for the ship to sail for the Aleutians, and Vic must leave Sally behind. One sailor, Shrieking Eagle Garfield (Buddy Hackett), brings a stowaway turkey on board and has more than a few problems hiding it from the captain, LCdr. Brian O'Gara (Dennis O'Keefe). When the ship does return to Long Beach, Sally smuggles herself aboard to be near Vic. Her actions are ill-timed because Cdr. Bintle (Gale Gordon) is arriving for an inspection. This is an entertaining musical comedy. 1 User Review
|only seen it on tv. not avail. on dvd or tape||Anonymous 10/05/2007 |
| enjoyed the funny parts and the movie as a whole|
|April Love 1957 N/R, 97 min.|
Genre: Musical / Comedy / Drama
Director: Henry Levin
Cast: Pat Boone, Shirley Jones, Arthur O'Connell, Dolores Michaels, Matt Crowley, Jeanette Nolan, Bradford Jackson, Nelson Malone, Earl Teater Jr., Bess Flowers, Richard Collier, Robert Adler, Mary Foran, Frank Scannell, Harry Carter
A juvenile delinquent, Nick Conover (Pat Boone), is sent to the custody of his uncle Jed Bruce (Arthur O'Connell) on whose farm he is to reside. Once in the country, Nick meets and falls in love with wholesome young farm girl Liz Templeton (Shirley Jones), and his outlook for the future greatly improves.
|The Cross and the Switchblade 1970 PG, 106 min.|
Director: Don Murray
Cast: Pat Boone, Erik Estrada, Jackelyn Giroux, Jo-Ann Robinson, Dino DePillippi, Don Blakely, Gil Frazier, Don Lamond, Sam Capuano, Alex Colon, Hector Mercado, Stew Silver, Dorothy James, David Connell, Michelle Galjour
David Wilkerson (Pat Boone) is a small-town minister who takes on a mission to stop violence in the ghettos of New York City. Through Little Bo (Jo-Ann Robinson), Wilkerson meets and works with gang leader Nicky Cruz (Erik Estrada) and turns around the lives of many angry, drug-crazed youths.
|Goodbye Charlie 1964 N/R, 117 min.|
Director: Vincente Minnelli
Cast: Tony Curtis, Debbie Reynolds, Pat Boone, Joanna Barnes, Martin Gabel, Walter Matthau, Michael Jackson, Ellen Burstyn
Charlie (Debbie Reynolds) was a womanizer and mobster before he was killed–now he is back on earth as a WOMAN! 3 User Reviews
|Delightful movie.||Anonymous 07/12/2012 |
| This is a terrific comedy, Debbie Reynolds does a great job being a man in a woman's body!|
Hoping for a DVD someday or a remake!
|Love this movie, should be on DVD||ladysonia 03/28/2012 |
| I remember this movie and it is a shame it is so hard to find. I would love to have a copy. It is a great comedy, can you imagine really, a man coming back as a woman looking like Debbie Reynolds. This is really great.|
|I love this movie, it's great! Put it on DVD!!!!!!!||sweetthing 09/30/2011 |
| Tony Curtis, A Great Actor! Once again he proves his comedic talents in this wonderful movie, a must watch for the whole family.|
|Journey to the Center of the Earth 1959 N/R, 132 min.|
Genre: Family / Sci-Fi / Adventure / Romance
Director: Henry Levin
Cast: Pat Boone, James Mason, Arlene Dahl, Diane Baker, Peter Ronson, Thayer David, Robert Adler, Alan Napier, Ben Wright, Molly Roden, Ivan Triesault, Red West, Edith Evanson
Scottish Professor Lindenbrook (James Mason) and his student Alec McEwen (Pat Boone) travel to Iceland at the beginning of their journey to the center of Earth. Along with Carla, whose geologist husband was killed when he attempted the same journey, and their guide Hans (Peter Ronson), they journey through an extinct volcano into Earth's core. On the trek, they encounter floods, winds, and treacherous areas of heat and cold–along with prehistoric beasts and Count Saknussemm (Thayer David) who killed Carla's husband and has been striving to be the first person to reach the center of Earth. Special effects are what earn this film its three stars.
|Roger & Me 1989 R, 90 min.|
Director: Michael Moore
Cast: John Prusack, Kevin Rafferty, Bruce Schermer, Michael Moore, Ronald Reagan, Pat Boone
This documentary-style film actually uses humor to show the plight of General Motors' ex-employees thrown out of work when the company closed its Flint, Michigan truck plant. The idea is to bring General Motors chairman, Roger Smith, back to Flint so that he can see first-hand what despair is present in the city he left behind.
|State Fair 1962 N/R, 118 min.|
Director: Jose Ferrer
Cast: Pat Boone, Bobby Darin, Pamela Tiffin, Ann-Margret, Alice Faye, Tom Ewell, Wally Cox, David Brandon, Clem Harvey, Robert Foulk, Linda Heinrich, Tap Canutt, Bill Lee, Sheila Allen
In this remake of "State Fair," the action moves from Iowa to Dallas at the Texas State Fair. Alice Faye takes on the role of Melissa Frake who, with her husband Abel (Tom Ewell), sets off on an adventure with their almost adult children Margy (Pamela Tiffin) and Wayne (Pat Boone) to attend the State Fair. They become involved in romances and adventures during their week of fun.
|1. All Hands on Deck (1961)|
2. April Love (1957)
3. The Cross and the Switchblade (1970)
4. Goodbye Charlie (1964)
5. Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959)
6. Roger & Me (1989)
7. State Fair (1962)
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