|12 Bucks 1998 N/R, 86 min.|
Director: Wayne Isham
Cast: Scott Waugh, Sean Graham, Ming-Na, Irene Bedard, Ernest Borgnine, David Chokachi, Marj Dusay, David Faustino, Alexandra Paul, Jonathan Silverman, Matthew Fishman, Nick Bentley, Damon Whitaker, Mik Scriba, Finola Hughes
Johnny and Tanner (Scott Waugh and Sean Graham) grow up in a dysfunctional environment with a brutal father. During one abuse of his mother, Tanner shoots his father and ends up in jail. Johnny is sent to a foster home and eventually does well in college, while Tanner lives a life of crime but is now trying to go straight. Fifteen years after the incident the brothers are reunited when Tanner asks Johnny to vouch for him at the parole office–not telling Johnny the office is not in California, but in Florida. So off they go, with 12 bucks in cash, learning a lot about each other on the cross-country trip.
|Breezy 1973 R, 106 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Clint Eastwood
Cast: William Holden, Kay Lenz, Roger C. Carmel, Marj Dusay, Shelley Morrison, Joan Hotchkis, Jamie Smith-Jackson, Norman Bartold, Lynn Borden, Eugene Peterson, Dennis Olivieri, Lew Brown, Richard Bull, Johnnie Collins III, Don Diamond
Directed by Clint Eastwood, this is the story of a May-December romance between divorced middle-aged Frank Harmon (William Holden) and ditzy teenager Breezy (Kay Lenz). Frank finds Breezy sleeping on his porch, and eventually a friendship develops that leads to an affair. All goes well until Frank's friends put pressure on him, and he ends his relationship with Breezy. But, when a friend dies, Frank realizes how important Breezy is in his life. He apologizes, and they live happily ever after.
|Clambake 1967 N/R, 100 min.|
Genre: Musical / Comedy / Drama
Director: Arthur H. Nadel
Cast: Elvis Presley, Shelley Fabares, Will Hutchins, Bill Bixby, Gary Merrill, James Gregory, Suzie Kaye, Harold Peary, Sam Riddle, Angelique Pettyjohn, Olga Kaya, Jack Good, Sue England, Wallace Earl, Marj Dusay
An oil executive's son, Scott Hayward (Elvis Presley), trades places with water-ski instructor Tom Wilson (Will Hutchins) to see if he can make it on his own when people do not know about his rich father. Scott falls for student Dianne Carter (Shelley Fabares), but she has no interest in him because she is determined to marry a wealthy man. That doesn't stop Tom, and he prepares to race in the Orange Bowl Regatta to win Diane's love. Songs include "Clambake," "A House That Has Everything," and "Hey, Hey, Hey."
|Love Walked In 1998 R, 91 min.|
Director: Juan Jose Campanella
Cast: Denis Leary, Aitana Sanchez-Gijon, Terence Stamp, Michael Badalucco, Gene Canfield, Marj Dusay, Moira Kelly, Neal Huff, Danny Nucci, J.K. Simmons
Down-and-out lounge singers, Vicky (Aitana Sanchez-Gijon) and Jack (Denis Leary), grab at straws when Jack's friend Eddie (Michael Badahicco) offers them roles in a blackmail plot that may get them out of poverty.
|MacArthur 1977 PG, 130 min.|
Director: Joseph Sargent
Cast: Gregory Peck, Ed Flanders, Dan O'Herlihy, Marj Dusay, Sandy Kenyon, Nicolas Coster, Art Fleming, Dick O'Neill, Kenneth Tobey, G.D. Spradlin
Beginning with his command at Corrigidor, this film depicts the later military career of Douglas MacArthur until his "firing" by Truman in 1952. Peck does an admirable job as the proud and haughty Army general, but the movie just missed the mark.
|Made in Heaven 1987 PG, 102 min.|
Director: Alan Rudolph
Cast: Timothy Hutton, Kelly McGillis, Debra Winger, Maureen Stapleton, Mare Winningham, Ann Wedgeworth, Don Murray, Amanda Plummer, Marj Dusay, Tim Daly
A young hero (Timothy Hutton) dies and goes to Heaven where he falls in love. As fate would have it, his lover (Kelly McGillis) is chosen to go to Earth to inhabit the body of a newborn infant.
|Murder in Peyton Place 1977 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery
Director: Bruce Kessler
Cast: Christopher Connelly, Dorothy Malone, Ed Nelson, Stella Stevens, Janet Margolin, David Hedison, Tim O'Connor, Linda Gray, Catherine Bach, Marj Dusay, Kimberly Beck, Joyce Jillson, James Booth, Jonathan Goldsmith, Charlotte Stewart
The old cast of the TV series "Peyton Place" returns to check in on Peyton Place after Allison MacKenzie and Rodney Harrington are killed in a car crash. Unbeknownst to those in Peyton Place is that Stella Churnak (Stella Stevens) has returned to their town and is secretly seeking revenge and creating havoc to tear apart the community. One more "Peyton Place" film follows: "Peyton Place: The Next Generation."
|Star Trek Original Series, Vol. 31 (Episodes 61&62) 1968 TV, 102 min.|
Director: Marc Daniels, Ralph Senensky
Cast: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, George Takei, Nichelle Nichols, Walter Koenig, Diana Muldaur, David Frankham, Marj Dusay
Two of the weaker episodes from the third season are presented. "Spock's Brain" (aired 9/20/1968, stardate 5431.4)–The Enterprise comes across another starship, which beams a woman on board. She is able to place all crew members in an unconscious state and steals Spock's brain. Now the race is on to recover the brain before Spock's body dies. The search leads the crew to an underground culture of women. "Is There No Truth in Beauty?" (aired 10/18/1968, stardate 5630.7)–The Enterprise is assigned to transport Kollos, a Medusan ambassador, to his spaceship. Dr. Miranda Jones is also on board to make telepathic contact with Kollos in order to learn of Medusan technology and then adapt it for Federation use. Medusans, though of kind hearts, are hideous creatures physically, and to look at one will drive a person insane. Things get out of hand when jealousy rears its ugly head.
|Sweet November 1968 N/R, 114 min.|
Director: Robert Ellis Miller
Cast: Sandy Dennis, Anthony Newley, Theodore Bikel, Burr DeBenning, Sandy Baron, Marj Dusay, Martin West, Virginia Vincent, King Moody, Robert Gibbons
Although Sara (Sandy Dennis) knows she is dying from a terminal disease, that doesn't stop her from finding one insecure man every month, allowing him to move in with her, helping him to gain self-confidence, and then sending him on his way. All goes well until Charlie Blake (Anthony Newley) becomes Sara's "man of the month." Charlie falls in love with Sara, and love does not fit into Sara's plans.
|1. 12 Bucks (1998)|
2. Breezy (1973)
3. Clambake (1967)
4. Love Walked In (1998)
5. MacArthur (1977)
6. Made in Heaven (1987)
7. Murder in Peyton Place (1977)
8. Star Trek Original Series, Vol. 31 (Episodes 61&62) (1968)
9. Sweet November (1968)
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