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Cast (feature film)

1.
Finding Forrester (2000) as Doctor Simon
A genius black teen is kicked out of white prep school, but is reinstated and does it right the second time.

Music (feature film)

2.
Inglourious Basterds (2009)
In the first year of the German occupation of France, Shosanna Dreyfus witnesses the execution of her family at the hand of Nazi Colonel Hans Landa. Shosanna narrowly escapes and flees to Paris where she forges a new identity as the owner and operator of a cinema. Elsewhere in Europe, Lieutenant Aldo Raine organizes a group of Jewish American soldiers to perform swift, shocking acts of retribution. Later known to their enemy as "the basterds," Raine's squad joins German actress and undercover agent Bridget von Hammersmark on a mission to take down the leaders of the Third Reich. Fates converge under a cinema marquis, where Shosanna is poised to carry out a revenge plan of her own.
3.
Inglourious Basterds (2009)
In the first year of the German occupation of France, Shosanna Dreyfus witnesses the execution of her family at the hand of Nazi Colonel Hans Landa. Shosanna narrowly escapes and flees to Paris where she forges a new identity as the owner and operator of a cinema. Elsewhere in Europe, Lieutenant Aldo Raine organizes a group of Jewish American soldiers to perform swift, shocking acts of retribution. Later known to their enemy as "the basterds," Raine's squad joins German actress and undercover agent Bridget von Hammersmark on a mission to take down the leaders of the Third Reich. Fates converge under a cinema marquis, where Shosanna is poised to carry out a revenge plan of her own.
4.
Refusenik (2008)
Chronicles the thirty-year international movement to free Soviet Jews. What started as a small grassroots movement bold enough to take on a Cold War superpower blossomed into an international human rights crusade that engaged the disempowered and world leaders alike. Activists on both sides of the I
5.
Sweet Nothing in My Ear (2008)
Dan and Laura both love their deaf 6 year old son more than life, but they differ on a key issue of his upbringing - whether or not to get him cochlear implants. The disagreement begins to tear their family apart.
6.
Sybil (2008)
After an attempted suicide, Sybil meets psychiatrist Dr. Cornelia Wilbur, and confides how she frequently loses her memory and cannot account for large blocks of time. During 11 years of treatments, Sybil is diagnosed with a dissociative identity (mulitiple personality) disorder, a total of 16 dist
7.
Fighting Words (2007)
A gifted slam poet begins a sexual relationship with an attractive publisher. But when their relationship falls apart and he hits bottom, he finally realizes that love is more than words and that sometimes you have to fight for the ones you love.
8.
After Innocence (2005)
A chronicle following several exonerated men who had been wrongfully imprisoned for decades and then released after DNA evidence proved their absolute innocence. Seven men undergo an emotional journey back into society and attempt to rebuild their lives. Included are a police officer, an army sergea
9.
Family Sins (2004)
Based on the true story of the Burt family who seemed normal, upstanding members of the community but were actually deeply imbedded in crime. The matriarch took in foster children who were subsequently molested and abused by her husband and children and she kept a woman enlaved and imprisoned in th
10.
Out of the Ashes (2003)
Based on the true story of Gisella Perl, a Hungarian-Jewish gynecologist sent to Auschwitz and forced to participate in medical experiments for Nazi doctor Josef Mengele during World War II. The story begins in America, after the war, as she is interviewed by the INS to gain citizenship and to hopef
11.
Profoundly Normal (2003)
Based on the true story of Donna and Ricardo Thornton, developmentally disabled adults who met at an institution, fell in love, married and had a child despite advice from authorities.
12.
Out of the Ashes (2003)
Based on the true story of Gisella Perl, a Hungarian-Jewish gynecologist sent to Auschwitz and forced to participate in medical experiments for Nazi doctor Josef Mengele during World War II. The story begins in America, after the war, as she is interviewed by the INS to gain citizenship and to hopef
13.
Profoundly Normal (2003)
Based on the true story of Donna and Ricardo Thornton, developmentally disabled adults who met at an institution, fell in love, married and had a child despite advice from authorities.
14.
Crossing the Line (2002)
When the head coach of a high school girls basketball team has a heart attack, the new assistant coach must step up to the task. Her enthusiasm and fair sensibilities for the game come into direct fire from the demanding and overbearing parents who want their child to play and win at all costs.
15.
Day the World Ended, The (2001)
After moving to a remote small town, a school psychologist is the prime suspect in a series of murders. The real killer, however, is not human.
16.
Enslavement: The True Story of Fanny Kemble (2000)
Movie based on the life of British 19th century actress and anti-slavery activist Fanny Kemble.<P>On a theatrical tour of the United States, Fanny Kemble falls in love with and marries Pierce Butler, a wealthy American lawyer. Their storybook marriage begins to disintegrate when Fanny wants to have
17.
Enslavement: The True Story of Fanny Kemble (2000)
Movie based on the life of British 19th century actress and anti-slavery activist Fanny Kemble.<P>On a theatrical tour of the United States, Fanny Kemble falls in love with and marries Pierce Butler, a wealthy American lawyer. Their storybook marriage begins to disintegrate when Fanny wants to have
18.
Picnic (2000)
Adaptation of William Inge's play about a drifter who shakes up a small Midwestern town when he falls for his old friend's fiancee. Hal arrives in Elgin, Kansas, looking for his college chum, Alan Benson, a wealthy young man whom he plans to ask for a job. Currently a drifter with no money, Hal conn
19.
Hunted, The (1998)
Samantha Clark, an insurance claims adjuster, suspects fraud when a $3 million claim is filed for a plane crash and the client's body is never found. Her investigation leads her to the Canadian Rockies where she meets Doc Kovac, a doctor who is a society dropout residing in the wilderness. Clark acc
20.
Long Island Incident, The (1998)
Telefilm concerning the life of Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy. Focusing on the life changes that occurred after her husband was shot and killed and her son Kevin was wounded by a gunman on a Long Island, New York, commuter train in December 1993. The movie follows her treatment of her son through h
21.
Return With Honor (1998) as Music
The compelling and painful stories of American pilots who became prisoners of war during the Vietnam conflict. The film mixes first-person accounts, American news footage, and never before seen footage from the archives of North Vietnam to reveal the horrors of captivity, the brutality of mental/phy
22.
Miss Evers' Boys (1997)
Drama about the controversial Tuskegee, Alabama, syphilis experiments of the 1930s and 1940s, performed on unknowing black men. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-nominated play by David Feldshuh. The story centers on nurse Eunice Evers who works at Tuskegee Hospital in 1932 to assist in caring for poor black men with syphilis. Government funding becomes available to study syphilitic African-American men who will receive no medical treatment as a way to establish whether the disease affects blacks and whites differently. Evers reluctantly goes along, lying to the men while giving them only vitamins and tonics. As the years pass, the afflicted men never receive treatment. Eventually all the men die and the full truth of the inhumane experiment is revealed in a U.S. Senate hearing decades later.
23.
Ticket, The (1997)
A family, whose private plane was sabotaged and crashed in a freezing snow-packed wilderness, is now pursued by the unscrupulous couple who are after their winning lottery ticket.
24.
When Danger Follows You Home (1997)
Anne, a single mother and psychology intern, befriends an intelligent schizophrenic named Gogol. When Gogol is murdered, Anne pressures Detective Barnes to investigate, upsetting Gogol's mother and stepfather. Anne's interference puts her life and the lives of her children in danger. The situation w
25.
Miss Evers' Boys (1997)
Drama about the controversial Tuskegee, Alabama, syphilis experiments of the 1930s and 1940s, performed on unknowing black men. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-nominated play by David Feldshuh. The story centers on nurse Eunice Evers who works at Tuskegee Hospital in 1932 to assist in caring for poor black men with syphilis. Government funding becomes available to study syphilitic African-American men who will receive no medical treatment as a way to establish whether the disease affects blacks and whites differently. Evers reluctantly goes along, lying to the men while giving them only vitamins and tonics. As the years pass, the afflicted men never receive treatment. Eventually all the men die and the full truth of the inhumane experiment is revealed in a U.S. Senate hearing decades later.
26.
Bloodhounds II (1996)
A best-selling true-crime writer aided by a beautiful private investigator and his ex-wife, must track down an avenging killer of rapist-murderers after he demands the author's help in writing a manifesto advocating the "taking back" of the streets of America.
27.
Dead Ahead (1996)
A family's camping trip turns into a nightmare when a gang of bank robbers forces the son to guide them through the wilderness to a secret airstrip. Armed only with a hunting bow, the boy's mother, who is a skilled archer and survivalist, tracks the men, determined to do anything to rescue her son.
28.
Sophie and the Moonhanger (1996)
Set in the South during the 1950s, explores the relationship between the wife of a Ku Klux Klan wizard and her longtime black housekeeper.
29.
Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision (1995) as Music
A portrait of Maya Lin, the designer of the Vietnam Veterans' Memorial, the Civil Rights Memorial, and other major public works of art. It tells the gripping story of how an unknown student was able to create, against great odds and intense political opposition, stunning memorials with profound impa
30.
Rumplestiltskin (1995) as Music
A recently widowed woman and her baby go into a witch's shop, where the woman buys a small, jade figurine. She does not know that Rumpelstiltskin was imprisoned in the object in the 1400s and he now breaks free and demands possession of her child.
31.
Out of Annie's Past (1995)
The secret past of a successful career woman happily married to a well-known architect comes back to haunt her in the form of a desperate blackmailer who know she is the lead suspect in a 10-year-old murder case.
32.
My Name Is Kate (1994)
A woman's drinking problem threatens to destroy her family and career, but her family intervenes to launch her recovery from alcoholism.
33.
Between Love and Hate (1993)
An unstable teenager falls obsessively in love with an older married woman after she has seduced him.
34.
Sea Wolf, The (1993)
A cruel sea captain, Wolf Larsen, and a shipwrecked San Francisco aristocrat whom he plucks from the sea, engage in a battle of wills aboard the doomed vessel "The Ghost."
35.
Final Appeal (1993)
A woman accused of murdering her husband is represented at her trial by her brother who is on the verge of disbarment. Based on a true story.
36.
Somebody's Daughter (1992)
A Hollywood stripper's activities as a police informant gets her involved in a police scandal and a series of murders.
37.
Yes Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus (1991)
Retells the events leading up to the famous 1897 New York Sun editorial, "Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus," written by Francis P. Church. An unemployed father tries to explain to his children why their Christmas will not be filled with presents.
38.
Payoff (1991)
A man, tormented by the memories of a shattered childhood, vows revenge on the mob figures who tricked him into carrying the bomb that ultimately killed his parents.
39.
Guilty Until Proven Innocent (1991)
Based on the true story of Bobby McLaughlin, a teenage high school drop-out who becomes the prime suspect in the murder of a local drug dealer. Initially, Bobby's foster father is convinced Bobby is guilty, but when the boy is convicted on questionable evidence, he begins his own investigation to fr
40.
Love She Sought, The (1990)
A teacher at a Catholic school travels to Ireland to meet the man with whom she has been corresponding for years. She realizes she has fallen in love with the man through the mail -- so she is crestfallen when she discovers he's a priest.
41.
Fall From Grace (1990) as Original Music
A television movie chronicling the career of televangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, beginning in December 1980 with the dream of Heritage Village and ending with their ousting from the P.T.L. ministry for sexual improprieties and financial mismanagement in May 1987.
42.
Love She Sought, The (1990) as Original Music
A teacher at a Catholic school travels to Ireland to meet the man with whom she has been corresponding for years. She realizes she has fallen in love with the man through the mail -- so she is crestfallen when she discovers he's a priest.
43.
She Said No (1990)
A rape victim must overcome a second trauma when her attacker, a successful attorney, makes her the defendant in a multi-million-dollar slander suit after he is acquitted of criminal charges by a hung jury.
44.
Too Young to Die? (1990)
A 15-year-old girl faces the death penalty when she is forced to stand trial as an adult on charges of murder.
45.
Caroline? (1990)
A woman, presumed dead for 15 years, returns to her family shortly before a large inheritance is due. While she certainly seems to be the missing woman, there are doubts about her identity among those who knew her.
46.
Ivory Hunters, The (1990)
A photographer who is sent to Kenya to photograph elephants mysteriously disappears. Her friend discovers she has been killed by poachers and he plots to infiltrate the international organization of ivory traffickers and bring the killers to justice.
47.
Drug Wars: the Camarena Story (1990)
A three-part miniseries based on the events surrounding the 1985 abduction and murder by drug traffickers in Guadalajara, Mexico, of Enrique "Kiki" Camarena, a U.S. agent of the Drug Enforcement Agency. His death helped expose the underworld of South America's drug cartel and its influence on powerf
48.
Desperate For Love (1989)
A movie based on real events, focusing on the relationship of two Southern teenagers, close friends who share a strong physical attraction to the same girl, and which ultimately leads to a terrible tragedy.
49.
Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child, A (1989)
Alice is dealing with numerous problems: high school graduation, a long-term relationship, an illegitimate pregnancy, and - of course - Mr. Freddy Krueger. This time, Krueger finds a new point of entry in the persistent dream state of Alice's unborn child, allowing him to taunt Alice even when she's
50.
Desperate For Love (1989)
A movie based on real events, focusing on the relationship of two Southern teenagers, close friends who share a strong physical attraction to the same girl, and which ultimately leads to a terrible tragedy.
51.
Love and Betrayal (1989)
A married mother of two teenagers is unprepared for the emotional pain and stress of her husband leaving her for a younger woman.
52.
Whisperkill (1988)
A sleepy California town besieged by a killer's spine-chilling telephone threats that put the lives of two lovers in jeopardy and lead to multiple murders.
53.
Last Fling, The (1987)
A man meets the woman of his dreams but discovers that not only isn't she the woman she says she is, but also that she is about to marry another man, and won't call the wedding off.
54.
Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, A (1987) as Theme Music Performer
56.
Man Who Broke 1,000 Chains, The (1987)
A movie that tells the true story of Robert Elliot Burns, the prisoner whose life inspired the film, "I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang." After being sentenced to a Georgia chain gang, the innocent Burns makes two daring escapes to astound the nation.
57.
Allnighter, The (1987) as Music
58.
Dudes (1987) as Music
Milo, Grant, and Biscuit, three punk kids from New York City, decide to go to Hollywood, traveling across the country in their Volkswagen bug. While they are stopped in Utah for the night, Milo is murdered by a gang wandering through the West on a killing spree. Grant and Biscuit temporarily postpon
59.
Ghost of a Chance (1987)
A television movie about a veteran policeman who accidentally kills a musician. The ghost of the musician returns to persuade the cop to steer the musician's grandson away from drug peddlers and into a life of music.
60.
Blue City (1986) as Song Performer ("Latin")
When the mayor's son Billy Turner returns to his hometown, he is arrested after getting into a bar fight. Billy assumes his father can free him, but learns that he has died. Billy suspects foul play and investigates the death upon his release.
61.
Blue City (1986) as Song ("Latin")
When the mayor's son Billy Turner returns to his hometown, he is arrested after getting into a bar fight. Billy assumes his father can free him, but learns that he has died. Billy suspects foul play and investigates the death upon his release.
62.
April Fool's Day (1986) as Song ("Too Bad You'Re Crazy")
63.
64.
Rockabye (1986)
A young woman, striking out on her own after having left her husband in California, has her young son snatched from her moments after getting off the bus in New York City on her way to Vermont, and reluctantly accepts the help of a hard-nosed reporter in tracking him down after being given the runaround from the police. Outdoor scenes were shot on location in Manhattan; indoor ones were done in Toronto.
65.
Deadly Friend (1986) as Music
A lonely teenage genius, with a robot of advanced intelligence and Herculean strength, falls in love with a pretty girl, whose jealous father violently intervenes. When a string of murders take place in town, the frightning truth is uncovered.
66.
April Fool's Day (1986) as Music
67.
Malice in Wonderland (1985)
Fact-based comedy drama recounting Hollywood's legendary feud between Louella Parsons and Hedda Hopper during filmdom's golden era. Jane Alexander's depiction of Hedda Hopper won her an Emmy Award nomination as Outstanding Actress, with other nominations going to costume designers Nolan Miller and M
68.
Chase (1985)
After her father's death, Sandy Albright abandons her law practice in California, and returns to her rural Washington hometown. When a respected judge is murdered, the suspect insists that Sandy act in his defense. Because the murdered judge was her friend and mentor, Sandy is forced to confront her
69.
Secret Weapons (1985)
Harking back to assorted B-movies of the late '30s, here with a contemporary twist, this one has Sally Kellerman, wife of a ruthless Soviet colonel (James Franciscus), in charge of a spy school where beautiful young women are trained by the KGB to seduce and blackmail American industrialists -- only to discover that some of her budding spies aren't as pliant as the State would like. Subsequent title: "Secrets of the Red Bedroom."
70.
Covenant (1985)
A television movie about the Nobles, a powerful, wealthy, and mysterious San Francisco banking family who use the Covenant, a family pledge to evil, to control family members and others for personal gain.
71.
Generation (1985)
Futuristic prospective series pilot, a distant cousin to the 1975 theatrical violent sport movie "Rollerball," revolves around a turn-of-the-millenium family on the Great Eve (the night before the year 2000 begins) planning for a reunion. Son Richard Beymer (returning to the spotlight years after "W
72.
Nightmare On Elm Street, A (1984) as Music
A group of teenagers are terrorized by "Freddy Krueger", an evil being from another world who gets to his victims by entering their dreams and killing them with gloves that have knife blades attached to each finger.
73.
Cujo (1983) as Music
A rabid Saint Bernard traps a mother and her young son in their stalled car at a rural, isolated homestead.
74.
Independence Day (1982) as Songs ("Sun Goes Down" "City Woman" "New Girl" "Trouble On The Road" "A Woman To Love" "Love Again")
A young woman who feels trapped in her small town dreams of escape.
75.
Independence Day (1982) as Music
A young woman who feels trapped in her small town dreams of escape.
76.
Entity, The (1982) as Music
An invisible, supernatural presence sexually assaults a woman several times. No one will believe her, and in fact, she doubts her own sanity until she undergoes psychological therapy and meets with experts on the supernatural. Eventually, the entity is coerced into materializing, and this leads to i
77.
Scruples (1981)
In this sequel to the 1980 miniseries, taking up the plot where it -- and Judith Krantz's source novel -- left off, Shelley Smith (in the part originated by Lindsay Wagner) is the owner of a chic Beverly Hills boutique against which romantic, corporate and political power plays unfold in the classic
78.
Bogie (1980)
The Humphrey Bogart story from the early '30s until his death, covering the period as a struggling young actor through movie stardom and his marriages to Mayo Methot (the third Mrs. Bogart) and Lauren Bacall. Academy Award-winning writer Daniel Taradash, who co-wrote the screenplay to Bogart's "Knoc
79.
Foolin' Around (1980) as Music
When college student Wes signs up to participate in a psychological experiment, he meets Susan and the two are attracted to each other. But there are problems, besides the difference in their economic backgrounds, the wealthy Susan is also engaged. However, Susan's grandfather recognizes her fiance'
80.
Coast to Coast (1980) as Music
After Madie's husband has her committed to a New York mental hospital to avoid having to go through an expensive divorce, she escapes and gets a ride back to California with truck driver Charles Callahan. On the road, Madie and Charles are harrassed by thugs that her husband has sent after her, but
81.
Love At First Bite (1979) as Songs ("Fly By Night" "Dancin' Through The Night")
This vampire spoof has Count Dracula moving to New York to find his Bride, after being forced to move out of his Transylvanian castle. There with the aid of assistant Renfield, he stumbles through typical New York city life situations while pursuing Cindy Soundheim. But her boyfriend, Doctor Jeff Rosenberg, realizes she is under the influence of a vampire, and tries his bumbling best to convince police Lt Ferguson of what is going on, and to help him stop Dracula.
82.
Women at West Point (1979)
A fictionalized drama about the first women to enter the U.S. Military Academy in 1976 and the reactions they faced.
83.
Love At First Bite (1979) as Music
This vampire spoof has Count Dracula moving to New York to find his Bride, after being forced to move out of his Transylvanian castle. There with the aid of assistant Renfield, he stumbles through typical New York city life situations while pursuing Cindy Soundheim. But her boyfriend, Doctor Jeff Rosenberg, realizes she is under the influence of a vampire, and tries his bumbling best to convince police Lt Ferguson of what is going on, and to help him stop Dracula.
84.
House On Garibaldi Street (1979)
A dramatization, filmed in Spain, about the events leading up to the capture of Nazi war criminal Adolph Eichmann by Israeli agents in Argentina in 1960. Two of the actors, Topol and Janet Suzman, are best known to American moviegoers as Academy Award nominees for their roles in "Fiddler on the Roof
85.
Katie: Portrait Of Centerfold (1978)
A naive Texas beauty queen seeking Hollywood stardom quickly learns the realities of the business after encountering an unethical modeling school.
86.
Steel Cowboy (1978)
An independent trucker, trying to keep his marriage alive and his rig out of the hands of bill collectors, agrees to haul a cargo of stolen cattle with his good-old-boy buddy.
87.
Steel Cowboy (1978)
An independent trucker, trying to keep his marriage alive and his rig out of the hands of bill collectors, agrees to haul a cargo of stolen cattle with his good-old-boy buddy.
88.
Cops and Robin (1978)
An aging street cop and his partner, a robot programmed to be the perfect policeman, are assigned to protect the five-year-old daughter of the widow who witnessed the killing of her police officer husband and now is stalked by the gangster who murdered him. This pilot film, which premiered on NBC, t
89.
Katie: Portrait Of Centerfold (1978)
A naive Texas beauty queen seeking Hollywood stardom quickly learns the realities of the business after encountering an unethical modeling school.
90.
Wild and Wooly (1978)
A Western adventure -- a "Charlie's Angels" on horseback -- involving three comely females who meet in a territorial prison, engineer a daring escape, and find themselves in a race against time to prevent the assassination of Teddy Roosevelt.
91.
Are You in the House Alone? (1978)
A thriller about a beautiful high school student who becomes the target of a terror campaign that eventually leads to rape in this adaptation of the Edgar Mystery Award-winning novel.
92.
Thaddeus Rose and Eddie (1978)
The adventures of two good old boys from Texas, no-account buddies who are finally forced to face reality for themselves and for their girlfriends.
93.
Winds of Kitty Hawk, The (1978)
The Wright Brothers' story and their efforts to fly, stunningly filmed and first shown on the seventy-fifth anniversary of their historic flight. Dennis Dalzell (cinematographer) and John A. Martinelli (editor) received Emmy Award nominations for their work, but the film won in only one category: F
94.
God Bless Dr. Shagetz (1977) as Music
95.
Viva Knievel! (1977) as Music
As the legendary stuntman travels to Mexico to prepare for one of his greatest stunts yet, he takes time out of his schedule to meet his fans, help out lonely orphans, and try to get his alcoholic mechanic to reconcile with his son. While all of this is going on, Evel's main rival is plotting to have Evel killed and then get rich by using the Team Evel 18-wheeler to smuggle cocaine into America.
96.
Escape From Bogen County (1977)
A tyrannical political kingpin in the southwest attempts to keep his young wife a virtual prisoner of his power and insane desire to dominate her, stripping her of her human and legal rights.
97.
Outlaw Blues (1977) as Music
Bobby Ogden is an ex-convict who is trying to have an honest career as a country western singer. Bobby thinks he's getting his big break when Nashville star Garland Dupree agrees to listen to some of his songs, but Dupree steals his best tune, "Outlaw Blues," claiming to have written it himself. Wh
98.
Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby (1976)
This sequel to Roman Polanski's 1968 chiller traces the growth to adulthood of the half-human/half-demon child whose life is a macabre battleground between human and satanic forces. Ruth Gordon recreates her original film role, and Patty Duke Astin and George Maharis take over where Mia Farrow and John Cassavetes left off. Originally this one was to have been titled simply "Rosemary's Baby II" -- which is what it is called in syndication.
99.
Trackdown (1976) as Music
Jim's sister Betsy has letf their family's cattle ranch in Montana to seek her fortune in Hollywood. Jim decides to follow Betsy to make sure she is safe, but he is too late. When she gets off the bus, Betsy is robbed, kidnapped, gang-raped, and sold into prostitution. So Jim gets a social worker to help him and the two desperately try to rescue the girl.
100.
Small Town In Texas, A (1976) as Music
After doing five years in prison on a drug charge, Poke is returns to his hometown intent on taking his sweetheart Mary Lee (and their child) away with him to California. His plan hits a snag, however, when he discovers that since his incarceration, Mary Lee has taken up with Duke, the very sheriff who put Poke behind bars in the first place. Things turn even worse for Poke when he later witnesses Duke assassinating a local hispanic politician. Now with Duke out for his blood, Poke must choose to run for his life or make a stand.
101.
Gator (1976) as Music
An ex-con joins forces with a federal agent to bring down a vice lord.
102.
Nightmare in Badham County (1976)
Two college coeds find their vacation drive across the country turning into a nightmare when one is attacked by a small-town sheriff and both are then beaten, degraded, and locked into a corrupt prison farm with no way to tell their parents or friends where they are.
103.
Shadow in the Streets, A (1975)
This pilot for a prospective TV series dealt with a tough ex-convict who tries to build a new life on the outside as a parole agent in an experimental paraprofessional program.
104.
Mr. Majestyk (1974) as Music
A farmer battles corrupt businessmen trying to drive him out of business.
105.
That Man Bolt (1973) as Music
When a briefcase that is sought after by spies and criminals needs to be transported from Hong Kong to Mexico City, Lincoln Bolt is chosen to do the job.
106.
White Lightning (1973) as Music
A convicted moonshiner helps police track down the bayou bad guys who killed his brother.
107.
Hex (1972) as Music
Set in rural Nebraska following the First World War, six veterans on motorcycles ride into the sleepy little town of Bingo. The locals are friendly until one of the vets beats a local kid in a drag race, after which the six are driven out of town. After coming upon a small farm, the fugitives are allowed to hide out by the two sisters who run the place. Things go smoothly until one of the vets, after smoking the locoweed growing nearby, tries to rape one of the hosts. Being part Native American, her sister decides to get revenge by casting a hex that steadily does in each of the unwelcome guests.
108.
Daddy's Deadly Darling (1972) as Music
Toni Lawrence plays Lynn, a disturbed young woman who escapes from a mental hospital where she was committed for killing her abusive father who raped her. Stealing a nurse's uniform and car, Lynn ends up in a small California town where she meets and shacks up with Zambrini, an old farmer who runs the local motel and roadside cafe. Zambrini also owns a group of pigs that he keeps in a pen behind his house who have somehow developed a taste for human flesh. When Lynn begins killing a number of men who remind her of her dead father, Zambrini helps her out by disposing of the bodies to the pigs. Investigating the disappearances, the local sheriff eventually becomes suspicious of Lynn's past and a private investigator, hired by the hospital to find her, slowly close in on Lynn.
109.
Sweet Kill (1972) as Music Director
110.
The Man From O. R. G. Y. (1970) as Music
111.
Arousers, The (1970) as Music; Music Director
Psycho killer loves women to death.

Music (special)

112.
Intimate Portrait: Sean Connery (1997) as Original Music
Oscar-winning actor Sean Connery is profiled in this segment of "Intimate Portrait." Includes film clips, never-before-seen photos and interviews with colleagues.
113.
Little Miss Perfect (1987) as Music
A drama about a young woman who develops bulimia, a severe eating disorder. Debbie Welker, a high school over-achiever, suffers an identity crisis when she is forced to move to a new neighborhood with her recently remarried mother. She develops bulimia as a result of trying to cope with her problems
114.
Legs (1978) as Music
The comic adventures of a company of entertainers who are struggling to make ends meet by working in a not-so-posh Las Vegas hotel. With some changes, it became the basis for the series, "Who's Watching the Kids?"

Music (TV Mini-Series)

115.
Christmas Visitor, A (2002) as Music
116.
Love, Lies and Murder (1991)
Based on a true 1985 murder case, a teenage girl is convicted in the shooting death of her stepmother. Despite her initial confession, she comes forward three years later with another version of the killing.
117.
Scruples (1980)
The title of the best-selling novel by Judith Krantz is the name of an ultra-chic Beverly Hills boutique that rags-to-riches Billy Ikehorn (Lindsay Wagner) established to fill the void left in her life by the illness of her elderly tycoon husband (Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.) and his subsequent death. To h

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118.
Trial: The Price of Passion (1992)
A two-part miniseries based on Clifford Irving's novel. A young Texas lawyer defends two persons accused of murder in separate cases, only to learn that the two cases are linked -- and that one of his clients may be the guilty party.
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Drug Wars: The Cocaine Cartel (1992)
A miniseries examining the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's struggle against Colombian drug cartels. Sequel to "Drug Wars: The Camarena Story."
120.
Long Hot Summer, The (1985)
A two-part miniseries about a young, ambitious drifter with a reputation for trouble who arrives in a small Southern town and has a profound effect on a wealthy tyrant and his rebellious family.
121.
Long Hot Summer, The (1985)
A two-part miniseries about a young, ambitious drifter with a reputation for trouble who arrives in a small Southern town and has a profound effect on a wealthy tyrant and his rebellious family.
122.
Sadat (1983) as Music

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