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American scientists travel to Hong Kong to unveil the latest in robotic technology -- RS-1, a lethal attack robot designed to replace human soldiers in battle. After the prototype is stolen by ruthless arms dealers, FBI agents arrive to reclaim the deadly machine. Led by hot-tempered Agent Ian Curti
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.
"What a feeling!" All plucky welder Alex Owens (Jennifer Beals) really wants to do is dance. She finds some creative outlet dancing in a club at night but that''s not going to cut it. What she really wants is a shot at trying out for a ballet company. Thanks to the support of her big-hearted instructor Hanna (Lilia Skala) and handsome hunk of a boss Nick (Michael Nouri) Alex gets her chance to take the ballet world by storm. It''s the film that gave us iconic dance numbers, a pulsating soundtrack and fashion trends that last to this very day.
In the tradition of TV's earlier "Sybil" with Sally Field and Joanne Woodward and the even earlier theatrical movie "The Three Faces of Eve" with Woodward, this film is the portrait of a man who must battle four alter egos living within his body. Reportedly, this affliction--multiple personalities--
A police detective clashes with his brother, a monsignor, during a murder investigation.
A small-town girl with a dark past falls in love with a fading screen star and masterminds his spectacular professional and personal comeback. Screen veteran Joan Fontaine made her TV-movie debut here as a Hollywood socialite.
A further look into the lives of F.D.R. and Eleanor Roosevelt during their twelve-year residence at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, reuniting most of the cast and technical crew responsible for the multiple-award-winning first film (1976). Equally as honored (with seventeen Emmy nominations), this film wa
A male hustler has no end of trouble trying to find legitimate work in this sequel to "Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway" (1976), and he soon finds himself involved with a gay football pro.
A lone gunman stalks a sold-out crowd at a championship football stadium.
Prinze, in his only dramatic film role, is an ex-con electronics whiz who, with the aid of four female accomplices, steals a bundle from the Chicago Transit Authority, much to the annoyance of a dyspeptic detective who has been keeping an eye on him since he left prison. The original story, interest
Two hopless con-men attempt to pull off the largest bank heist of the 19th century.
A private eye spoof that sends up assorted TV detectives from Ironside, Columbo, Kojak, Baretta, McCloud, and Starsky and Hutch, as eight bumbling super-sleuths band together in a battle of wits against the devilishly clever Master Criminal. An Emmy Award nomination went to this comedy for hairstyli
A comedy-drama pilot in which the dream of running away to join the circus becomes a reality for an otherwise typical American family which trades the suburbs for life under the Big Top. Broadcast as a segment of the "CBS Summer Playhouse."
An animated adaptation of Anna Sewell's cherished tale of Black Beauty, a proud but gentle horse who learns the perils of life lived at the mercy of human masters.
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