|Airport 1975 1974 PG, 106 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action / Thriller
Director: Jack Smight
Cast: Charlton Heston, George Kennedy, Gloria Swanson, Dana Andrews, Myrna Loy, Karen Black, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Susan Clark, Helen Reddy, Linda Blair, Roy Thinnes, Sid Caesar, Ed Nelson, Nancy Olson, Larry Storch
In this sequel to "Airport," a small plane crashes into a 747 that is carrying passengers from Washington to Los Angeles. The pilot and co-pilot are killed, and hysterical flight attendant Nancy Pryor (Karen Black) is forced to pilot the plane. Alan Murdock (Charlton Heston) is on the way to save the day and lowers himself from a helicopter through the hole in the plane and safely lands the plane.
|The Apple Dumpling Gang 1975 G, 104 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy / Western
Director: Norman Tokar
Cast: Don Knotts, Tim Conway, Bill Bixby, Susan Clark, Slim Pickens, David Wayne, Harry Morgan, John McGiver, Don Knight, Clay O'Brien, Dennis Fimple, Iris Adrian, Brad Savage, Stacy Manning, Fran Ryan
In this Disney film, three spirited children are "inherited" by frontier gambler Russell Donovan (Bill Bixby) who agrees to an in-name-only marriage to Magnolia Dusty Clydesdale (Susan Clark) because he needs help with the children. When the children discover gold worth millions in their late father's mine, they get involved with bumbling bank robbers Theodore Ogelvie and Amos (Don Knotts and Tim Conway) who agree to steal the gold, which is being held in the bank for safe keeping.
|Banning 1967 N/R, 102 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Ron Winston
Cast: Robert Wagner, Anjanette Comer, Jill St. John, Guy Stockwell, James Farentino, Susan Clark, Howard St. John, Gene Hackman, Mike Kellin, Sean Garrison, Logan Ramsey, Edmon ryan, Oliver McGowan, Lucille Meredith, William Cort
Golf pro Banning (Robert Wagner) finds that the country club scene is not exactly a life of ease.
|City on Fire 1979 N/R, 104 min.|
Director: Alvin Rakoff
Cast: Barry Newman, Susan Clark, Shelley Winters, Leslie Nielsen, James Franciscus, Ava Gardner, Henry Fonda, Jonathan Welsh, Terry Haig, Richard Donat, Mavor Moore, Donald Pilon
This is a weak disaster film, despite the good cast. The plot involves an oil-refinery fire that quickly leaps out of control and threatens a drought-stricken community.
|Colossus: The Forbin Project 1970 PG, 100 min.|
aka: The Forbin Project
Director: Joseph Sargent
Cast: Eric Braeden, Susan Clark, Gordon Pinsent, William Schallert, Leonid Rostoff, Georg Stanford Brown, Willard Sage, Alex Rodine, Martin E. Brooks, Marion Ross, Dolph Sweet, Byron Morrow
Dr. Forbin (Eric Braeden) develops a supercomputer, "Colossus," intended to control the military defense system. Shortly after being turned on, Colossus finds that Russia has made a similar computer, and the two hook up to share information. Before long, the two merge with the intention of taking over the world and threaten destruction if they are unplugged. Will Forbin be able to outwit the computers? A good flick.
|Coogan's Bluff 1968 PG, 102 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Don Siegel
Cast: Clint Eastwood, Lee J. Cobb, Susan Clark, Don Stroud, Tisha Sterling, Betty Field, Tom Tully, David Doyle, James Edwards, Louis Zorich, Melodie Johnson, Rudy Diaz, Meg Myles, Seymour Cassel, Marjorie Bennett
Frontier-style competes with modern-day law enforcement in this Clint Eastwood film in which he plays Arizona sheriff Walt Coogan who comes to New York City to extradite a murderer, James Ringerman (Don Stroud). When Coogan arrives, bureaucratic NYPD detective Lieutenant McElroy (Lee J. Cobb) tells Coogan that Rengerman is in Bellevue Hospital following an acid trip and is not ready to be transported back to Arizona. Coogan takes matters into his own hands and heads for the hospital, manages to get Ringerman released, and leaves for the airport with his prisoner. But, on the way to the airport, Ringerman's hippie girlfriend Linny (Tisha Sterling) waylays Coogan, and this allows Ringerman to escape. Coogan tracks Linny to a psychedelic club, and his adventures in the Big City continue as he deals not only with police bureaucracy but with drugs and hippies as well.
|Madigan 1968 N/R, 101 min.|
Director: Don Siegel
Cast: Richard Widmark, Henry Fonda, Inger Stevens, Harry Guardino, James Whitmore, Michael Dunn, Susan Clark, Steve Ihnat, Don Stroud, Sheree North
Detective Daniel Madigan (Richard Widmark) and Detective Rocco Bornaro (Harry Guardino) track down a psychopath who has stolen Madigan's service revolver and is using it on his victims. This excellent film spawned a TV series.
|The Midnight Man 1974 R, 117 min.|
Director: Roland Kibbee, Burt Lancaster
Cast: Burt Lancaster, Susan Clark, Cameron Mitchell, Morgan Woodward, Harris Yulin, Robert Quarry, Joan Lorring, Lawrence Dobkin, Ed Lauter, Charles Tyner
Following a co-ed's slaying, a paroled ex-cop (Burt Lancaster) impersonates a college security guard and solves the case.
|Murder by Decree 1979 PG, 120 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama / Horror / Thriller
Director: Bob Clark
Cast: Christopher Plummer, James Mason, Donald Sutherland, Genevieve Bujold, David Hemmings, Susan Clark, Anthony Quayle, John Gielgud, Frank Finlay, Chris Wiggins, Tedde Moore, Peter Jonfield, Roy Lansford, Catherine Kessler, Ron Pember
Christopher Plummer plays Sherlock Holmes in this film about the search for the identity of London's famed "Jack the Ripper." The superintendent of Scotland Yard, Sir Charles Warren (Anthony Quayle), excludes Sherlock from the investigation, but psychic Robert Lees (Donald Sutherland) provides information for Sherlock. Dr. Watson (James Mason) joins Sherlock in the attempt to track down the serial killer, and, in the process, they uncover a Royal indiscretion through a discarded mistress, Annie Crook (Genevieve Bujold), who just might hold the key to solving the murders.
|Night Moves 1975 R, 99 min.|
Director: Arthur Penn
Cast: Gene Hackman, Jennifer Warren, Ed Binns, Harris Yulin, Melanie Griffith, Susan Clark, Kenneth Mars, James Woods, John Crawford, Max Gail
Loser private eye Harry Moseby (Gene Hackman) uncovers a smuggling operation while on a routine missing-person investigation.
|The North Avenue Irregulars 1979 G, 99 min.|
Director: Bruce Bilson
Cast: Edward Herrmann, Barbara Harris, Susan Clark, Karen Valentine, Cloris Leachman, Patsy Kelly, Douglas Fowley, Alan Hale Jr., Ruth Buzzi, Michael Constantine
A minister and his group of church ladies clean up their town after racketeers set up their illegal business. Disney.
|Porky's 1981 R, 94 min.|
Director: Bob Clark
Cast: Dan Monahan, Mark Herrier, Wyatt Knight, Roger Wilson, Cyril O'Reilly, Kaki Hunter, Tony Ganios, Kim Cattrall, Nancy Parsons, Scott Colomby, Boyd Gaines, Susan Clark, Wayne Maunder, Alex Karras, Eric Christmas
The scene is Florida's Angel Beach High School in the 1950s where it appears that every male student is looking for sex. This leads some students–Pee Wee (Dan Monahan), Billy (Mark Herrier), Tommy (Wyatt Knight), and Mickey (Roger Wilson)–on a trip to the dive, Porky's, known for its abundance of prostitutes. They pay for the prostitutes but end up being dumped in a swamp. Now, revenge is the name of the game, and practical jokes abound. There are two sequels.
|Real Life 1979 PG, 99 min.|
Director: Albert Brooks
Cast: Dick Haynes, Albert Brooks, Matthew Tobin, J.A. Preston, Joseph Schaffler, Phyllis Quinn, Charles Grodin, Frances Lee McCain, James L. Brooks, Susan Clark, James Ritz, Clifford Einstein, Mandy Einstein, Karen Einstein, Harry Einstein
Albert Brooks directed this film about an opportunist (played by Brooks) who makes a documentary about a typical American family. Throughout the film, Brooks reveals problems of remaining objective while filming a documentary and gives insight into what one often "sees" in a documentary.
|Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here 1969 PG, 97 min.|
Director: Abraham Polonsky
Cast: Robert Blake, Robert Redford, Katharine Ross, Susan Clark, Barry Sullivan, John Vernon, Charles Aidman, Charles McGraw, Lloyd Gough, Ned Romero
This tension-filled movie is set in 1909 and is the story of a Paiute Indian (Robert Blake) who kills in self-defense and is now being hunted by the sheriff (Robert Redford).
|Valdez Is Coming 1971 PG, 90 min.|
Director: Edwin Sherin
Cast: Burt Lancaster, Susan Clark, Jon Cypher, Barton Heyman, Richard Jordan, Frank Silvera, Hector Elizondo, Lex Monson, Juanita Penaloza, Phil Brown, Ralph Brown, Werner Hasselmann, Sylvia Poggioli, Jose Garcia Garcia, Maria Montez
Mexican-American Marshal Bob Valdez (Burt Lancaster) encounters racial problems and greed when he tries to collect money from landowner Frank Tanner (Jon Cypher) to help an Apache woman (Juanita Penaloza) whose Black husband, Rincon (Lex Monson), was killed. After Cypher orders his henchmen to severely beat Valdez, Valdez seeks revenge and kidnaps Tanner's mistress Gay Erin (Susan Clark) and the Apache woman. The Apache admits that she killed her husband, and then enters into an affair with Valdez. The posse finally captures Valdez, but he is spared, and Cypher pays Valdez the money he had asked for.
|1. Airport 1975 (1974)|
2. The Apple Dumpling Gang (1975)
3. Banning (1967)
4. City on Fire (1979)
5. Colossus: The Forbin Project (1970)
aka: The Forbin Project
6. Coogan's Bluff (1968)
7. Madigan (1968)
8. The Midnight Man (1974)
9. Murder by Decree (1979)
10. Night Moves (1975)
11. The North Avenue Irregulars (1979)
12. Porky's (1981)
13. Promises in the Dark (1979)
14. Real Life (1979)
15. Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here (1969)
16. Valdez Is Coming (1971)
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