|Bitter Victory 1957 N/R, 97 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action
Director: Nicholas Ray
Cast: Richard Burton, Curd Jurgens, Ruth Roman, Raymond Pellegrin, Anthony Bushell, Alfred Burke, Christopher Lee, Sean Kelly, Ramon de Larrocha, Nigel Green, Harry Landis, Andrew Crawford, Ronan O'Casey, Raoul Delfosse, Fred Matter
Captain Leith (Richard Burton) and Major Brand (Curd Jurgens) lead a commando squad in the African Campaign during World War II. There is one hitch: Leith has been having an affair with Brand's wife, Jane (Ruth Roman). While on the campaign, Brand kills Leith and earns a medal for his bravery during the campaign. But, Jane figures out what really happened, and Brand must now pay the price.
|The French Connection II 1975 R, 119 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: John Frankenheimer
Cast: Gene Hackman, Fernando Rey, Bernard Fresson, Cathleen Nesbitt, Jean-Pierre Castaldi, Charles Millot, Philippe Leotard, Ed Lauter, Samantha Llorens, Andre Penvern, Reine Prat, Ham-Chau Luong, Jacques Dynam, Raoul Delfosse, Malek Kateb
In this sequel to the "French Connection," Popeye Doyle (Gene Hackman) is still tracking down drug dealer Frog One (Fernando Rey). This time around, Popeye travels to Marseilles where he becomes a victim when he is captured by Frog One's henchmen and forced to take heroin. They then dump him at a police station where he quits the heroin by the "Cold Turkey" method, recovers, and is back on the job tracking down the drug dealers.
|The Legend of Frenchie King 1971 R, 97 min.|
aka: Petroleum Girls
Director: Christian Jaque
Cast: Brigitte Bardot, Claudia Cardinale, Michael J. Pollard, Patty Shepard, Micheline Presle, Teresa Gimpera, Marie-Ange Anies, Georges Beller, Henry Czarniak, Oscar Davis, Raoul Delfosse, France Dougnac, Valery Inkijinoff, Leroy Haynes, Jacques Jouanneau
When outlaw sisters inherit a ranch, they settle down and get to know the neighbors who just happen to have a number of brothers.
|1. Bitter Victory (1957)|
2. The French Connection II (1975)
3. The Legend of Frenchie King (1971)
aka: Petroleum Girls
aka: Frenchie King
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