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A woman awakens from a deep coma and realizes that the person who assaulted her will try to kill her again.
A "perfect marriage" is tested when the couple learns of the existence of a child from the husband's affair with a French woman.
Sudsy drama with "The Choice" being whether or not to have an abortion. Susan Clark, the mother, confides to daughter Largo Woodruff, pregnant with boyfriend Paul Regina's child, that she had agonized over the same question twenty years earlier.
Mickey Rooney is real-life clown Jack Thum who, with his devoted wife Shirlee, cared for dozens of homeless children --37 of them over the years--in the Chicago area, all of whom come back to visit when they discover he's terminally ill. The film reunited Rooney with another former child star from
A marine has problems adjusting to domestic life during peacetime.
Mary Martin made her TV-movie debut and her first dramatic appearance on television in nineteen years as a feisty widow who falls in love with a zestful widower in a retirement community, much to the disapproval of her married daughter. She and Albertson get the opportunity to sing several songs --
Philo Beddoe is a bare-knuckle boxer who travels to his fights with his friend Orville, and Clyde, an orangutan who has a good right hook of his own. In one town, Philo meets an aspring country western singer named Lynn and falls in love with her. Philo has a problem with Lynn decides to break up with him, and before long has even more problems with a biker gang and a lot of angry lawmen.
"Dirty Harry'' Callahan and his female partner hunt rocket-armed radicals holding the mayor on Alcatraz.
A biographical dramatization of the life and times of the world-renowned illusionist and escape artist whose glittering career masked a deep obsession with the occult, culminated by a vow that he would one day speak from the beyond, a promise he made to his wife on his deathbed in 1926. Ruth Gordon
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