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Based on the popular cartoon character of the same name, "Inspector Gadget" is an adventure comedy about a somewhat naive and inept security guard, John Brown, whose big heart is equal to his far-fetched dreams of becoming the world''s greatest police officer. However, nothing is impossible. Suddenly unexpected circumstances make him the ideal candidate for a top secret law enforecment project, and pretty scientist Dr. Brenda Bradford applies her expertise in robotics to build him into a man of many talents--and accessories. Using a vast array of grafted-on gizmos and doohickies to bust bad guys, the often clueless Inspector Gadget must also employ his common sense to crack an especially complicated case. As he penetrates Riverton City''s darkest underworld, Inspector Gadget must save not only his good name and reputation, but also rescue the world from the nefarious Claw.
A high-profile murder case throws two legal eagles, one a seasoned professional and the other an idealistic rookie, into the media spotlight. An actress charged with murder seeks the counsel of a celebrity attorney who knows that trials are ultimately won int he court of public opinion. To ensure his client''s victory, he hatches a plan to put a young, inexperienced attorney on the line and save his client''s neck. Seduced by the swirl of public opinion, the front soon finds himself pursued by a relentless tabloid reporter, forcing him to decide whether achieving his end is worth the sacrifice.
Two hapless brothers inherit an old mansion from their father which would be worth millions, if only they could evict a smart, tenacious mouse that is intent on staying in the house and making life miserable for the brothers.
Travis Brickley is killed when he loses a fight to the cruel martial arts master Brakus in an underground fight club. The fight is witnessed by Walter, the son of Travis' best friend Alex Grady. When Alex hears the news, he and his partner, Tommy Lee, decide to avenge their friend's death by defeati
A television movie airing as part of the "Columbo" series of telefilms for "The ABC Sunday Night Movie." Columbo is called upon to rescue a kidnap victim.
Midnight Brewster, a city slicker, and Gus Brown, a country boy, are partners in various hustling schemes. The film depicts the duo's involvement in the Florida Greyhound racing scene.
Lindsay Wagner stars as Barbara Graham, who was executed in the San Quentin gas chamber in 1955 for her participation in a robbery/murder. This remake of the 1958 movie which won Susan Hayward her Academy Award was written by Don M. Mankiewicz (who co-authored the screenplay to the Hayward movie) an
Shaken and injured from her battle with unkillable psycho Michael Myers, Laurie Strode is taken to the Haddonfield Hospital for observation, while Dr. Sam Loomis continues his desperate search for his monstrous patient. After slashing his way through the town, Myers manages to track Laurie to the hospital. Numerous night-shift employees are slaughtered in a variety of gruesome ways as Myers closes in on his fixation.
A two-bit promoter tries to take a women''''s wrestling team to the top.
A debt-ridden divorced mother and factory worker strives to get a higher-paying job on the traditionally all-male main assembly line.
The story of Gary Thomas Rowe Jr., who worked undercover for the FBI to infiltrate a Klan klavern in his Alabama hometown, later testifying as a key prosecution witness during the trial of several klansmen and writing about it in his book, "My Undercover Years with the Ku Klux Klan." Filmed in the s
Joanne Woodward takes on the vigilante role of a female Charles Bronson, embarking on a lone pursuit of three teenaged hoods in the Los Angeles barrio after becoming incensed by their malicious tire-slashing on parked cars, including hers. Initially it was called simply "East L. A." Spanish-language
In a secret government experiment, the drinking water of a whole city is mixed with a chemical which makes people aggressive. By accident the water flows into the sea and turns a school of Barracudas into man-eating monsters, attacking divers and swimmers.
Two buddies buy a car, only to learn that it was previously stolen by a gang of criminals who hid their valuablesin the trunk.
A buckskin-clad mountain scout helps to move his parents, his brother and sister-in-law and their four children westward in 1860 ahead of the impending war in this sweeping drama based on the film "How the West Was Won." James Arness returned to acting in this one after twenty years as Matt Dillon in "Gunsmoke," and he later continued in the once-in-a-while series (1977-79), also called "How the West Was Won."
A series pilot about a female deputy district attorney, here assigned the task of trying to pin a murder rap on a "saint," a beloved religious crusader accused of killing her young lover. The subsequent series ran for three episodes.
This is a powerful drama about a young woman who stumbles into a nightmare land of hijacking and humiliation while driving cross-country from California to New York.
After many years in the fictional world of criminal law, first as Perry Mason and then as Robert T. Ironside, Burr returned to familiar ground in this pilot about a prominent lawyer with a tarnished reputation who defends a young man charged with committing homicide in prison.
When a young woman inherits an illegal distillery from a relative she turns it into a thriving business. But in doing so, she runs into opposition from organized crime.
A heist romp that has a convicted con man risking another prison term by setting out in Robin Hood style to fleece the crooked head of a big charity fund who has been diverting the money to cover gambling losses. This "Sting" carbon, spurred by the enormous success of the Newman-Redford movie, turne
Bobby and Rose, two youngsters who are in love, have to run away from home when they are falsely accused to have committed a robbery and an assassination.
When a young thief named Lightfoot inadvertently rescues veteran bank robber Thunderbolt by running over his pursuer, the two team up to find money from a heist that was never recovered.
Pills, pot, booze, beer and groupies roll by during thirty-six bumpy hours of a third-rate country singer''s entourage.
A familiar TV sitcom plot that makes roommates of a dedicated women's libber and a male chauvinist cop.
The story of John Hazard, a criminal attorney whose style and flair sets him apart from his peers in the legal profession. In the pilot episode, Hazard and his three associates seek to help Dr. Carl DeLacy, a noted surgeon who has been accused of murdering his mistress.
When twelve-year-old Rufus Mayflower discovers that toothpaste has skyrocketed to seventy-nine cents a tube, he refuses to buy it and decides to fight inflation by manufacturing his own and selling it for three cents a jar. The story relates the problems that befall Rufus when business begins to boo
The hectic doings of Dick Kanipsia, a likeable young man who gets mixed up in weird, frightening situations with unusual people. In the pilot episode, Dick tries to profit from a plan to sell produce he salvages from a train wreck.
The exploits of Ron Hart, chief operative of O.U.T. (the Office of Unusual Tactics), a semi-official government agency that tackles the cases that nobody else wants. In the pilot episode, Hart and his team attempt to recover $2 million in counterfeit bills for the U.S. government.
The slick Hailey novel about passion and intrigue at the corporate level of the automotive industry emerged an elegantly produced soap opera in this project, the biggest ever handled by a single director and highlighted by the Emmy-nominated performance of Lee Remick as the bored wife who finds that
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