|Dogs 1976 R, 90 min.|
Director: Burt Brinckerhoff
Cast: David McCallum, Sandra McCabe, George Wyner, Eric Server, Sterling Swanson, Holly Harris, Freddie Hice, Lance Hool, Jimmy Stathis, Linda Gray, Elizabeth Kerr, Debbie Davis, Barry Greenberg, Dean Santoro, Larry Gene Darnell
Secret government experiments are being conducted at Southwestern University, and it appears that, as a result of the experiments, nearby pet dogs are gathering into wild packs and attacking not only cattle but their owners as well. With help from scientist Harlan Thompson (David McCallum), Caroline Donoghue (Sandra McCabe) is lucky enough to escape the beasts.
|The Rose 1979 R, 134 min.|
Genre: Musical / Drama
Director: Mark Rydell
Cast: Bette Midler, Alan Bates, Frederic Forrest, Harry Dean Stanton, Barry Primus, David Keith, Sandra McCabe, Will Hare, Rudy Bond, Don Calfa, Doris Roberts, James Keane, Sandy Ward, Claude Sacha, Michael Greer
Superstardom and its pitfalls are what this movie is all about. Loosely based on Janis Joplin's life, the story is moving in its look into the loneliness of a star's life. Bette Midler was nominated for an Oscar in her first starring role; Frederic Forrest was also nominated (Best Supporting Actor).
|1. Dogs (1976)|
2. The Rose (1979)
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