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Proper, refined Lauren and loud, brash Sandy meet in an acting class and immediately dislike each other. Soon after starting the class, they each start seeing someone, unaware that it is the same man, Michael Sanders. They find this out when Michael disappears, supposedly having been killed in an explosion. But the women begin to believe that Michael has faked his death and form an alliance in order to find him and make him chose between them. During their cross-country search, they are chased by CIA agents and Russian assassins, and when they do find their boyfriend, he tries to kill them. They find out that Michael is a double agent, working for the CIA and the KGB, and is on the run from both after stealing a dangerous bio-weapon and a large amount of money. Michael eventually takes Lauren hostage, but she escapes, and by the time the whole ordeal is over, Lauren and Sandy have become genuine friends.
A pair of low rent mobsters from New Jersey, who are best friends, get in trouble when a gangland boss order the duo to kill each other and neither one can bring himself to the dirty deed.
A young man becomes a mystery hero in New York when he lauches a one-man campaign to fight City Hall for proper restitution for his brother, a firefighter who was seriously injured while trying to save a young girl.
In the 1940s, con-man Fargo Gondorff is released from prison and ready for a new caper. His new, young accomplice, Jake Hooker, is a boxer. The two target Doyle Lonnegan and try to convince him to bet on Hooker in a boxing match.
Pete Hamill's novel about a young Brooklyn man (Gary Frank) home on Christmas leave from the Navy in the early '50s for a nostalgic visit to his boyhood world. Glenn Ford is his hard-drinking, one-legged Irish father; Julie Harris is his supportive dreamer of a mother. Ford and Harris previously co-
An ex-'60s-radical private eye looks into the sabotage of a California gubernatorial campaign.
The dramatization of a chapter in the best-selling book, focusing on young John Kennedy's first run for office as he sought a congressional seat in 1946.
Clark Davis is a middle class white man accused of raping a young girl. When he is incarcerated for the crime in a New York City prison, he is condemned as a pedophile, and immediately turned on by everyone except an older prisoner named Juan who treats him decently. Davis has no memory of attacking the girl, but has molested children in the past. Because the case against him is weak, Davis will go free sooner or later, unless Juan tells the authorities about the confessions Davis has made to him. As Juan struggles with the decision of what to do, the other prisoners are planning on getting rid of Davis for good.
Brooklyn man George Trapani works at a boring job in his father's print shop and has no luck with women. He is about to turn thirty and is having an identity crisis. Dissatisfied with pretty much every aspect of his life, George decides to make some changes and begins pursue a serious relationship
Angered and threatened by the rebelliousness of the country's teenagers and college students, paranoid U.S. President of the Dan Resin puts them in concentration camps.
A harried hospital administrator copes with rising costs, a seductive young woman and a serial killer.
Bill, a wealthy businessman, confronts his junkie daughter's drug-dealing boyfriend; in the ensuing argument, Bill kills him. Panic-stricken, he wanders the streets and eventually stops at a bar. There he runs into a drunken factory worker named Joe, who hates hippies, blacks, and anyone who is "different", and would like to kill one himself. The two start talking, and Bill reveals his secret to Joe. Complications ensue.
Students from opposite sides of the tracks fight for their love.
When their father loses his job, members of a Puerto Rican family struggle to survive in New York.
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