|Call of the Wild 1976 TV, 100 min.|
Director: Jerry Jameson
Cast: John Beck, Donald Moffat, Bernard Fresson, John McLiam, Michael Pataki, Billy Green Bush, Penelope Windust, Johnny Tillotson, Dennis Burkley, Rene Enriquez, Larry Golden, Raymond Guth, Paul Harper, Juaquin Martinez, Marvin Miller
Once again, Jack London's story is brought to the screen in this TV version of the tale of gold prospectors in Alaska and their relationships with their dogs. Prospectors John Thornton and Francois (John Beck and Bernard Fresson) buy a stolen dog, "Buck," and battle the frozen Klondike in their search for gold. But, problems may lie ahead as Buck appears ready to listen to the call of the wild and run off on his own.
|J.W. Coop 1972 PG-13, 112 min.|
Director: Cliff Robertson
Cast: Cliff Robertson, Geraldine Page, Cristina Ferrare, R.G. Armstrong, R.L. Armstrong, John Crawford, Wade Crosby, Marjorie Durant Dye, Paul Harper, Son Hooker, Richard Kennedy, Bruce Kirby
Professional rodeo rider J.W. Coop (Cliff Robertson) spent the 1950s in prison. Now, in the 1960s, he sets out to conquer the rodeo circuit and finds that rodeo life has changed in the last 10 years.
|Run, Angel, Run 1969 R, 95 min.|
Director: Jack Starrett
Cast: William Smith, Valerie Starrett, Gene Shane, Lee de Broux, Eugene Cornelius, Paul Harper, Earl Finn, William Bonner, Dan Kemp, Ann Fry, Margaret Markov
After motorcycle gang member Angel (William Smith) takes an offer of $10,000 from a magazine to expose stories about inner-workings of his gang, his fellow bikers seek revenge.
|The Wild Bunch 1969 R, 145 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Drama
Director: Sam Peckinpah
Cast: William Holden, Ernest Borgnine, Robert Ryan, Strother Martin, Edmond O'Brien, Warren Oates, Ben Johnson, Jaime Sanchez, L.Q. Jones, Emilio Fernandez, Albert Dekker, Bo Hopkins, Dub Taylor, Paul Harper, Jorge Russek
In 1913, Pancho Villa was the leader of a revolutionary army that the U.S. was warily aiding. This story is about a group of outlaws whose leader Pike Bishop (William Holden) boldly hijacks an ammunition train loaded with supplies for Gen. Mapache (Emilio Fernandez), and Bishop's ex-partner Deke Thornton (Robert Ryan) is in hot pursuit. A Sam Peckinpah classic that has it all.
|1. Call of the Wild (1976)|
2. J.W. Coop (1972)
3. Run, Angel, Run (1969)
4. The Wild Bunch (1969)
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