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Fastest Guitar Alive, The (1967) -- (Movie Cilp) Whirlwind "Whirlwind," composed by Roy Orbison (performing as "Johnny") and partner Bill Dees, with showgirl-girlfriends Flo (Maggie Pierce), Sue (Joan Freeman) and sidekick Steve (Sammy Jackson) listening, far superior to their vehicle The Fastest Guitar Alive, 1967.
Eye For An Eye, An (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Cut Out That Damn Crying! First scene remarkable for its cruelty, Slim Pickens is Ike Slant, and he darn sure shoots a baby and burns a house around it, escaping with his cohorts before Robert Lansing (who shares top billing with Pickens and Gloria Talbott), as Talion, arrives too late, in the low cost Western An Eye For An Eye, 1966.
Eye For An Eye, An (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Can You Shoot That Thing Straight? Talion (mostly TV star Robert Lansing) has just begun riding after the gang who killed his family, especially a guy named Slant, when he comes upon Patrick Wayne, in one of his first movies without his father John, as gunslinger Benny, with whom he may have a shared interest, in An Eye For An Eye, 1966.
Eye For An Eye, An (1966) -- (Movie Clip) It's Been A Long Ride For-now allied seeking respectively revenge and bounty, Talion (Robert Lansing) and Benny (Patrick Wayne) have waited for the arrival of gang-leader Slant (Slim Pickens), who can’t resist more cruel taunting, leading to a shootout, in the Embassy Pictures Western An Eye For An Eye, 1966.
Stalag 17 (1953) -- (Movie Clip) When I See Those War Pictures Cookie (Gil Stratton Jr.) narrates for writer/director Billy Wilder, leading man William Holden not involved, as Hoffy, Duke and Price (Richard Erdman, Neville Brand, Peter Graves) brief Manfredi and Johnson (Michael Moore, Peter Baldwin) for their escape, opening Stalag 17, 1953.