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Lloyd Bridges

Though he made more than 150 films during his six-decade Hollywood career, Lloyd Bridges became a household name as the star of television's classic series "Sea Hunt." Born Jan. 13, 1913, in San Leandro, Calif., he developed an interest in acting while attending the University of California at Los Angeles.

Bridges worked in stock companies, graduated to Broadway and in 1936 began appearing in uncredited bit parts in movies. His first leading role came in She's a Soldier Too (1944), followed by meaty parts in A Walk in the Sun (1945), the prophetic 16 Fathoms Deep (1948), High Noon (1952) and The Rainmaker (1956).

Graylisted during the legendary Red Purge of the mid-1950s, Bridges transitioned to the small screen but returned to the big screen with a bang in the 1980 spoof Airplane and its 1982 sequel. Bridges, the father of actors Jeff and Beau, died in Los Angeles March 10, 1998.

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Meeting Daddy  2000  2.6 ★ 96 mins Comedy Rated: R  until 01-Jan-2025 
Peter, a liberal writer transplanted to Los Angeles, meets his dream girl, Southern belle Melanie. But Melanie opens a Pandora's Box when she summons Peter to Georgia to meet her eccentric family, who'll do anything to split them up.


Meeting Daddy  2000  2.5 ★ 96 mins Comedies Rated: R
This offbeat comedy stars Josh Charles as Peter Silverblatt, a liberal writer transplanted to Los Angeles, where he meets his dream girl: Southern belle Melanie Branson (Alexandra Wentworth). But she opens a Pandora's box when she summons Peter to Georgia to meet her eccentric family -- including her exasperating brothers (Beau Bridges and Walter Olkewicz) and her cranky, meddling father (Lloyd Bridges), who'll do anything to break up the union.


From Russia to Hollywood  1999  2.3 ★ 105 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
In this documentary, the legacy of actor-teacher Michael Chekhov and his student-protégé, George Shdanoff, are explored. Hollywood actors such as Gregory Peck and Patricia Neal benefited from Chekhov's and Shdanoff's school of acting, which offered an alternative to Stanislavsky and Strasberg's Method style.


Mafia!  1998  3.1 ★ 87 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
When it comes time to select a new head of the family, fumbling underworld boss Vincenzo must choose between his two sons -- the educated war hero Anthony and the lunatic Joey. Lloyd Bridges stars in this tongue-in-cheek take on mobster movies.


Mafia!  1998  3.1 ★ 87 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13
When it comes time to select a new head of the family, fumbling underworld boss Vincenzo must choose between his two sons -- the educated war hero Anthony and the lunatic Joey. Lloyd Bridges stars in this tongue-in-cheek take on mobster movies.


Peter and the Wolf  1996  2.7 ★ 48 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: NR
Sergei Prokofiev provides the musical soundtrack for this thrilling animated adventure about a boy who outfoxes a wolf at his own game. Between the animated bits is a live-action tale about another Peter who discovers the power of imagination. A talented team of actors, including Kirstie Alley, Lloyd Bridges and Ross Malinger, give voice to characters created by Chuck Jones in this 1996 Emmy Award winner.


Peter and the Wolf  1996  2.8 ★ 48 mins Children & Family Rated: NR
Sergei Prokofiev provides the musical soundtrack for this thrilling animated adventure about a boy who outfoxes a wolf at his own game. Between the animated bits is a live-action tale about another Peter who discovers the power of imagination. A talented team of actors, including Kirstie Alley, Lloyd Bridges and Ross Malinger, give voice to characters created by Chuck Jones in this 1996 Emmy Award winner.


The Other Woman  1995  3.0 ★ 93 mins Drama Rated: NR
Single mom Tessa Bryan (Jill Eikenberry) is managing well enough on her own, but everything changes when she's diagnosed with terminal cancer. Now, determined that her two girls will have a mother when she's gone, Tessa tries to get them to accept their stepmom (Laura Leighton) -- a much younger woman whom she and the girls have despised. Confronted with this daunting task, Tessa takes the kids and their stepmom on a road trip.


The Other Woman  1995  3.0 ★ 93 mins Dramas Rated: NR
Single mom Tessa Bryan (Jill Eikenberry) is managing well enough on her own, but everything changes when she's diagnosed with terminal cancer. Now, determined that her two girls will have a mother when she's gone, Tessa tries to get them to accept their stepmom (Laura Leighton) -- a much younger woman whom she and the girls have despised. Confronted with this daunting task, Tessa takes the kids and their stepmom on a road trip.


Blown Away  1994  3.4 ★ 121 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
Bent on settling a 20-year-old score, lifer Ryan Gaerity (Tommy Lee Jones) breaks out of an Irish prison, making a beeline for Boston and the object of his retribution: retired bomb-squad ace Jimmy Dove (Jeff Bridges). Jimmy was once Ryan's protégé in the Irish Republican Army but betrayed his mentor after learning Ryan planned to target civilians. Now that he's loose, nobody in Beantown is safe ... especially Jimmy's family.


Blown Away  1994  3.4 ★ 121 mins Thrillers Rated: R
Boston bomb-squad ace Jimmy Dove's secret past comes back to haunt him when his former compatriot breaks out of prison to settle a 20-year-old score. With his family at stake, Dove must stop the crazed bomber from endangering the entire city.


Harts of the West: The Complete Collection  1993  2.8 ★ 700 mins TV Shows
In the wake of a health scare, Dave Hart (Beau Bridges) ditches his dead-end job as a lingerie salesman for a simpler life out West. Pulling up stakes, he relocates with his wife (Harley Jane Kozak), daughter (Meghann Haldeman) and sons (Sean Murray and Nathan Watt) to a tumbledown ranch in Sholo, Nev. This short-lived television drama also stars Beau's real-life father, Lloyd Bridges, who plays curmudgeonly cowboy Jake Tyrell.


Hot Shots! Part Deux  1993  3.3 ★ 87 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
Charlie Sheen returns as ham-fisted Lt. Topper Harley, who's tapped for a risky mission to rescue American troops from the clutches of a Middle Eastern despot with a ferocious guard poodle.


Harts of the West: The Complete Collection: Disc 1  1993 235 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: pilot, "The Right Stuff," "Guess Who's Coming to Chow?," "Jake's Brother" and "Dead Man's Leap."


Harts of the West: The Complete Collection: Disc 2  1993 235 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Goodnight Irene," "Home Alone with Friends," "Cowboyz in the Hood," "Auggie's End" and "Ghost Run."


Harts of the West: The Complete Collection: Disc 3  1993 235 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Hart's Vacation," "You Got To Have Hart," "Jake and Duke's Excellent Adventure," "Back in the Panties Again" and "Drive, He Said."


Harts of the West: The Complete Collection: Disc 1  1993 235 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: pilot, "The Right Stuff," "Guess Who's Coming to Chow?," "Jake's Brother" and "Dead Man's Leap."


Harts of the West: The Complete Collection: Disc 2  1993 235 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Goodnight Irene," "Home Alone with Friends," "Cowboyz in the Hood," "Auggie's End" and "Ghost Run."


Harts of the West: The Complete Collection: Disc 3  1993 235 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Hart's Vacation," "You Got To Have Hart," "Jake and Duke's Excellent Adventure," "Back in the Panties Again" and "Drive, He Said."


Hot Shots! Part Deux  1993  3.3 ★ 87 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13  until 01-Jan-2025 
Charlie Sheen returns as ham-fisted Lt. Topper Harley, who's tapped for a risky mission to rescue American troops from the clutches of a Middle Eastern despot with a ferocious guard poodle.


Honey, I Blew Up the Kid  1992  3.1 ★ 89 mins Children & Family Rated: PG
In this sequel to Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, hapless scientist Wayne Szalinski turns a tiny problem into an even bigger one when his invention transforms his 2-year-old son into a giant toddler.


Honey, I Blew Up the Kid  1992  3.1 ★ 89 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: PG
Hapless scientist Wayne Szalinski (Rick Moranis) apparently didn't learn his lesson when he accidentally reduced his children (Amy O'Neill and Robert Oliveri) to microscopic size in the hit comedy Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. In this sequel, he's got a similar problem -- but in reverse -- when his invention turns his 2-year-old son Adam (Daniel and Joshua Shalikar) into a giant toddler who makes the city of Las Vegas his personal playground.


Hot Shots!  1991  3.3 ★ 83 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13 RT:83%
Charlie Sheen and Cary Elwes star as hotshot flyboys (think Top Gun) in this hilarious spoof of some of Hollywood's legendary films (including Gone With the Wind) from director Jim Abrahams (Airplane!). Ace pilot Topper Harley (Sheen) is obsessed with living down his father's disastrous reputation and winning beautiful psychiatrist Ramada from professional and romantic rival Kent (Elwes) -- all while trying to carry out a vital military mission.


Hot Shots!  1991  3.3 ★ 83 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
In this flyboy spoof, ace pilot Topper Harley is obsessed with living down his father's disastrous reputation and winning a beautiful psychiatrist from a professional and romantic rival -- all while trying to carry out a vital military mission.


Joe Versus the Volcano  1990  3.0 ★ 102 mins Comedy Rated: PG
When office drone Joe learns he's going to die soon, he travels to an island whose natives need a human sacrifice to appease their volcano god. On his way there, Joe falls in love with Patricia, and the two bravely face their destiny.


Leona Helmsley: The Queen of Mean  1990  3.4 ★ Dramas Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Determined to better herself at all costs, Leona Helmsley (Suzanne Pleshette) uses her intelligence, ambition and aggression to become a New York property magnate. This biopic traces the highs and lows of Helmsley's life, from her childhood to her IRS troubles. Based on a book by Randsell Pearson, this made-for-TV drama earned Pleshette Emmy and Golden Globe nominations. Lloyd Bridges and Joe Regalbuto co-star.


Joe Versus the Volcano  1990  3.0 ★ 102 mins Comedies Rated: PG RT:56%
When office drone Joe (Tom Hanks) learns he has a "brain cloud" and will die soon, he quits his oppressive job and travels to the island of Waponi Woo, whose natives need a human sacrifice to appease their volcano god. On his way there, Joe falls in love with Patricia (Meg Ryan), and the two bravely face their destiny -- and the volcano's inferno -- hand in hand. John Patrick Shanley (Doubt) directs this whimsical, soul-stirring romantic comedy.


Queen of Mean  1990  3.4 ★ Drama
Based on a book by Randsell Pearson, this made-for-TV drama traces the highs and lows of the life of New York property magnate Leona Helmsley.


Winter People  1989  3.4 ★ 111 mins Drama Rated: PG-13
In North Carolina during the Great Depression, widower Wayland Jackson (Kurt Russell) moves to a small mountain town with his daughter. He meets Collie Wright (Kelly McGillis), a young woman with an illegitimate child, and soon finds himself in the middle of a deadly hillbilly feud when the baby's father, the son of a rival clan boss, wants the child for himself. Screenwriter Carol Sobieski adapted the novel by John Ehle.


Cousins  1989  3.1 ★ 113 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
Larry and Maria are "kissing cousins" -- part of an extended Polish-French family related by marriage. But when their respective spouses start sleeping together, Larry and Maria strike back by having an affair.


Cross of Fire  1989  3.0 ★ 188 mins Drama Rated: NR
"Cross of Fire", an explosive true story of romance, murder and revenge set in the turbulent 1920's, creates a unique event that draws upon the past to comment on the present. John Heard, Mel Harris, David Morse, George Dzunda, Donald Muffat, Kim Hunter and Lloyd Bridges start in this powerful account of the rise and fall of Ku Klux Klan Grand Dragon D.C. Stephenson. The film is based on the true story of the Klan's activities in Indianapolis.


Winter People  1989  3.5 ★ 111 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13
In North Carolina during the Great Depression, widower Wayland Jackson (Kurt Russell) moves to a small mountain town with his daughter. He meets Collie Wright (Kelly McGillis), a young woman with an illegitimate child, and soon finds himself in the middle of a deadly hillbilly feud when the baby's father, the son of a rival clan boss, wants the child for himself. Screenwriter Carol Sobieski adapted the novel by John Ehle.


Cross of Fire  1989  3.0 ★ 188 mins Dramas Rated: NR
"Cross of Fire", an explosive true story of romance, murder and revenge set in the turbulent 1920's, creates a unique event that draws upon the past to comment on the present. John Heard, Mel Harris, David Morse, George Dzunda, Donald Muffat, Kim Hunter and Lloyd Bridges start in this powerful account of the rise and fall of Ku Klux Klan Grand Dragon D.C. Stephenson. The film is based on the true story of the Klan's activities in Indianapolis.


Cousins  1989  3.1 ★ 113 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13
Larry (Ted Danson) and Maria (Isabella Rossellini) are "kissing cousins" -- part of an extended Polish-French family related by marriage. But when their respective spouses start sleeping together, Larry and Maria strike back by having an affair of their own. Based on the French film Cousin Cousine, this romantic comedy about complicated family ties also stars Sean Young, William Petersen and Lloyd Bridges. Joel Schumacher directs.


Tucker: The Man and His Dream Nominated For/Won Awards 1988  3.5 ★ 110 mins Drama Rated: PG
Unimpressed with the cars being built following World War II, Preston Tucker dreams of building a more stylish car. But even with the help of his business-savvy wife and mechanic son, Tucker faces roadblocks -- mainly from the auto industry itself.


Tucker: The Man and His Dream Nominated For/Won Awards 1988  3.4 ★ 110 mins Dramas Rated: PG RT:86%
Francis Ford Coppola directed this fact-based account of dreamer and auto entrepreneur Preston Tucker (Jeff Bridges). Unimpressed with the cars being built following World War II, Tucker dreams of building a more stylish (yet still economical and safe) car. But even with financing and assistance from his business-savvy wife (Joan Allen) and mechanic son (Christian Slater), Tucker faces roadblocks -- mainly from the auto industry itself.


Weekend Warriors  1986  3.0 ★ Comedy Rated: R
Joining the Air National Guard in a bid to avoid the military draft, a screenwriter and his buddies are ordered by their superiors to put on a show.


Hollywood Air Force  1986  3.0 ★ Comedies Rated: R  until 01-Jan-2025
It's 1961, and to escape the military draft, screenwriter Vince Tucker (Chris Lemmon) and his buddies volunteer for the Air National Guard instead. But their plans for avoiding overseas commitments get fouled up when their commanders order them to put on a show. To their shock, the response to their performance puts them at risk of being shipped out to Berlin to bolster the morale of U.S. troops serving on the front lines of freedom.


Alice in Wonderland  1985  3.5 ★ 192 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: NR
A veritable time warp of famous faces -- including Sammy Davis Jr., Red Buttons, Roddy McDowall, Sally Struthers, Scott Baio and Ringo Starr -- takes over this updated musical version of Lewis Carroll's famed children's story. Conceived by the legendary Irwin Allen ("Lost in Space") as a vehicle for 9-year-old child star Natalie Gregory, who stars as Alice, the program originally aired as a two-part made-for-television movie.


Alice in Wonderland  1985  3.5 ★ 192 mins Children & Family Rated: NR
A veritable time warp of famous faces -- including Sammy Davis Jr., Red Buttons, Roddy McDowall, Sally Struthers, Scott Baio and Ringo Starr -- takes over this updated musical version of Lewis Carroll's famed children's story. Conceived by the legendary Irwin Allen ("Lost in Space") as a vehicle for 9-year-old child star Natalie Gregory, who stars as Alice, the program originally aired as a two-part made-for-television movie.


The Blue and the Gray  1982  3.6 ★ 381 mins Television
Based on the works of Pulitzer Prize winner Bruce Catton, this miniseries depicts -- with great attention to historical accuracy -- life in the United States just prior to and during the Civil War as seen by an artist correspondent. With a legendary ensemble cast (including Gregory Peck, Lloyd Bridges and Colleen Dewhurst), riveting battle sequences and intense drama, the war between the Blue and the Gray rips a nation -- and families -- apart.


Airplane II: The Sequel  1982  3.4 ★ 84 mins Comedies Rated: PG  until 01-Jan-2025
In this sequel to the wildly popular farce Airplane!, pilot Ted Striker (Robert Hays) knows that the first commercial spaceflight to the moon is headed for disaster. Fighting his fears, he races to save the passengers and win back his ex-girlfriend (Julie Hagerty). Lloyd Bridges reprises his role as the chain-smoking, amphetamine-popping, glue-sniffing airport controller, while William Shatner, Raymond Burr and Sonny Bono are among those on bo...


The Blue and the Gray: Disc 1  1982 142 mins Television
This disc contains the first portion of the three-part miniseries.


The Blue and the Gray: Disc 2  1982 95 mins Television
This disc contains the second portion of the three-part miniseries.


The Blue and the Gray: Disc 3  1982 140 mins Television
This disc contains the final portion of the three-part miniseries.


Airplane II: The Sequel  1982  3.4 ★ 84 mins Comedy Rated: PG
In this sequel to the wildly popular farce Airplane!, pilot Ted Striker (Robert Hays) knows that the first commercial spaceflight to the moon is headed for disaster. Fighting his fears, he races to save the passengers and win back his ex-girlfriend (Julie Hagerty). Lloyd Bridges reprises his role as the chain-smoking, amphetamine-popping, glue-sniffing airport controller, while William Shatner, Raymond Burr and Sonny Bono are among those on bo...


The Blue and the Gray: Disc 1  1982 142 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc contains the first portion of the three-part miniseries.


The Blue and the Gray: Disc 2  1982 95 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc contains the second portion of the three-part miniseries.


The Blue and the Gray: Disc 3  1982 140 mins Television Rated: PG-13
This disc contains the final portion of the three-part miniseries.


The Blue and the Gray  1982  3.6 ★ 381 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Based on the works of Pulitzer Prize winner Bruce Catton, this miniseries depicts -- with great attention to historical accuracy -- life in the United States just prior to and during the Civil War as seen by an artist correspondent. With a legendary ensemble cast (including Gregory Peck, Lloyd Bridges and Colleen Dewhurst), riveting battle sequences and intense drama, the war between the Blue and the Gray rips a nation -- and families -- apart.


Airplane! Nominated For/Won Awards 1980  3.7 ★ 87 mins Comedies Rated: PG RT:98%  until 01-Jan-2025
In this joke-a-second parody of disaster movies, traumatized former combat pilot Ted Striker (Robert Hays) is forced to land a passenger plane when food poisoning strikes the crew and there's no one else on board who can do the job. In some clever casting, leading dramatic actors Peter Graves, Robert Stack and Leslie Nielsen never betray that they're in on the joke. Multiple viewings are required to catch every gag.


John Steinbeck's East of Eden  1980  3.4 ★ 382 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
The trials of the Trask family unfold across three generations of American life as a beguiling but venomous beauty (Jane Seymour, in a Golden Globe–winning turn) sets in motion events that drive a permanent wedge between brothers. Arguably the most faithful adaptation of John Steinbeck's epic novel, this acclaimed 1981 miniseries features a star-studded cast that also includes Timothy Bottoms, Bruce Boxleitner and Lloyd Bridges.


Airplane! Nominated For/Won Awards 1980  3.7 ★ 87 mins Comedy Rated: PG  starting 01-Nov-2014 
In this classic, joke-a-second parody of disaster movies, traumatized former combat pilot Ted Striker, an airplane passenger, is forced to land the plane when food poisoning strikes the crew and there's no one else on board who can do the job.


John Steinbeck's East of Eden: Disc 1  1980 145 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the beginning of the miniseries.


John Steinbeck's East of Eden: Disc 2  1980 93 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the second part of the miniseries.


John Steinbeck's East of Eden: Disc 3  1980 144 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the conclusion of the program.


John Steinbeck's East of Eden: Disc 2  1980 93 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the second part of the miniseries.


John Steinbeck's East of Eden: Disc 3  1980 144 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the conclusion of the program.


John Steinbeck's East of Eden: Disc 1  1980 145 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the beginning of the miniseries.


John Steinbeck's East of Eden  1980  3.4 ★ 382 mins Drama Rated: NR
The trials of the Trask family unfold across three generations of American life as a beguiling but venomous beauty (Jane Seymour, in a Golden Globe–winning turn) sets in motion events that drive a permanent wedge between brothers. Arguably the most faithful adaptation of John Steinbeck's epic novel, this acclaimed 1981 miniseries features a star-studded cast that also includes Timothy Bottoms, Bruce Boxleitner and Lloyd Bridges.


Disaster on the Coastliner  1979  3.3 ★ TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Two trains, one charging from Los Angeles, the other from San Francisco, barrel toward each other on a single track, and hamstrung railway execs realize too late that deranged engineer Jim Waterman (Paul L. Smith) has sabotaged the computer-locked line. In this 1970s hair-raiser, dispatchers fumble, secret serviceman Al Mitchell (Lloyd Bridges) throws his weight around, and con man Stuart Peters (William Shatner) isn't all that he appears to be.


Disaster on the Coastliner  1979  3.4 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Two trains barrel toward each other on a single track, and hamstrung railway execs realize that it's the work of a deranged engineer.


The 5th Musketeer  1979  3.0 ★ 103 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
Based on Alexandre Dumas's classic novel The Man in the Iron Mask, this swashbuckling adventure focuses on Dumas's famous Musketeers (D'Artagnan, Athos, Porthos and Aramis), who want to replace their country's reigning ruler with an identical "twin" -- a man who's been locked away his entire life because of his resemblance to the tyrannical Sun King. Beau Bridges gives a dual performance as both Louis XIV and his twin brother, Philippe.


The 5th Musketeer  1979  3.0 ★ 103 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
Based on Alexandre Dumas's classic novel The Man in the Iron Mask, this swashbuckling adventure focuses on Dumas's famous Musketeers (D'Artagnan, Athos, Porthos and Aramis), who want to replace their country's reigning ruler with an identical "twin" -- a man who's been locked away his entire life because of his resemblance to the tyrannical Sun King. Beau Bridges gives a dual performance as both Louis XIV and his twin brother, Philippe.


Roots: Disc 1  1977 96 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the first part of the miniseries.


Roots: Disc 1  1977 96 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the first part of the miniseries.


Roots  1977  4.0 ★ Television
Alex Haley's groundbreaking novel detailing the history of his own family from slavery to emancipation gets award-winning treatment (five Emmys) in this legendary television miniseries. Louis Gossett Jr. (Fiddler), Ben Vereen (Chicken George) and Olivia Cole (Mathilda) are just a few standouts in a uniformly excellent cast. LeVar Burton (in his acting debut) portrays Haley's ancestor, Kunta Kinte, in this heartbreaking and rousing epic.


Roots  1977  4.1 ★ 580 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This legendary TV miniseries -- an adaptation of author Alex Haley's groundbreaking novel that details the history of his own family from slavery to emancipation -- received five Emmy Awards, as well as a Golden Globe for Best Dramatic TV Series. With a dynamic ensemble cast, this rousing epic features LeVar Burton, in his acting debut, portraying Haley's ancestor, Kunta Kinte, who was kidnapped from his African village and sold into slavery.


Roots  1977 580 mins TV Shows
This legendary TV miniseries -- an adaptation of author Alex Haley's groundbreaking novel that details the history of his own family from slavery to emancipation -- received five Emmy Awards, as well as a Golden Globe for Best Dramatic TV Series. With a dynamic ensemble cast, this rousing epic features LeVar Burton, in his acting debut, portraying Haley's ancestor, Kunta Kinte, who was kidnapped from his African village and sold into slavery.


Roots: Disc 2  1977 96 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the second part of the miniseries.


Roots: Disc 3  1977 97 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the third part of the miniseries.


Roots: Disc 4  1977 97 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the fourth part of the miniseries.


Roots: Disc 5  1977 97 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the fifth part of the miniseries.


Roots: Disc 6  1977 97 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the conclusion of the miniseries.


Roots: Disc 7: Bonus Material  1977 70 mins Drama Rated: NR
The bonus material for the highest-rated miniseries in history includes "Crossing Over: How Roots Captivated a Nation," a 20-minute featurette; "Roots: One Year Later," a 50-minute documentary; and more.


Roots: Disc 3  1977 191 mins Television
This disc includes the conclusion of the miniseries.


Roots: Disc 2  1977 191 mins Television
This disc includes the second part of the miniseries.


Roots: Disc 1  1977 191 mins Television
This disc includes the first part of the miniseries.


Roots: Disc 7: Bonus Material  1977 70 mins Drama Rated: NR
The bonus material for the highest-rated miniseries in history includes "Crossing Over: How Roots Captivated a Nation," a 20-minute featurette; "Roots: One Year Later," a 50-minute documentary; and more.


Roots: Disc 1  1977 191 mins Television Rated: PG
This disc includes the first part of the miniseries.


Roots  1977  4.1 ★ 580 mins Drama Rated: NR
This legendary TV miniseries -- an adaptation of author Alex Haley's groundbreaking novel that details the history of his own family from slavery to emancipation -- received five Emmy Awards, as well as a Golden Globe for Best Dramatic TV Series. With a dynamic ensemble cast, this rousing epic features LeVar Burton, in his acting debut, portraying Haley's ancestor, Kunta Kinte, who was kidnapped from his African village and sold into slavery.


Roots: Disc 3  1977 191 mins Television Rated: PG
This disc includes the conclusion of the miniseries.


Roots: Disc 2  1977 191 mins Television Rated: PG
This disc includes the second part of the miniseries.


Roots: Disc 2  1977 96 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the second part of the miniseries.


Roots: Disc 3  1977 97 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the third part of the miniseries.


Roots: Disc 4  1977 97 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the fourth part of the miniseries.


Roots: Disc 5  1977 97 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the fifth part of the miniseries.


Roots: Disc 6  1977 97 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the conclusion of the miniseries.


The Happy Ending Nominated For/Won Awards 1969  2.6 ★ Classic Movies Rated: PG  until 01-Jan-2025 
Strung out on an endless parade of pills and liquor that blunt the sting of her farcical marriage to philandering lawyer Fred (John Forsythe), Denver housewife Mary Wilson (Jean Simmons) heads to the Bahamas with a girlfriend for a little soul-searching. There, she ponders having an affair with a playboy ex-pat, Franco (Bobby Darin), and comes to a fateful decision regarding her life back in Colorado. Richard Brooks directs this drama.


The Happy Ending Nominated For/Won Awards 1969  2.6 ★ Classics Rated: PG
Strung out on an endless parade of pills and liquor that blunt the sting of her farcical marriage to philandering lawyer Fred (John Forsythe), Denver housewife Mary Wilson (Jean Simmons) heads to the Bahamas with a girlfriend for a little soul-searching. There, she ponders having an affair with a playboy ex-pat, Franco (Bobby Darin), and comes to a fateful decision regarding her life back in Colorado. Richard Brooks directs this drama.


Attack on the Iron Coast  1968  3.3 ★ 90 mins Classics Rated: G
Despite being haunted by past missions in which many of his men perished, Maj. James Wilson (Lloyd Bridges) sets out with his top-notch team of commandos to destroy a prized Nazi stronghold on the coast of France. Assigned to the same task are a crew of British seamen and their captain (Andrew Keir) -- who's holding a grudge against the maverick Wilson. Will bad blood and the overwhelming odds doom the Allies and their operation?


Attack on the Iron Coast  1968  3.3 ★ 90 mins Action & Adventure Rated: G  until 01-Jan-2025
Despite being haunted by past missions in which many of his men perished, Maj. James Wilson (Lloyd Bridges) sets out with his top-notch team of commandos to destroy a prized Nazi stronghold on the coast of France. Assigned to the same task are a crew of British seamen and their captain (Andrew Keir) -- who's holding a grudge against the maverick Wilson. Will bad blood and the overwhelming odds doom the Allies and their operation?


Zane Grey Theatre  1956  3.1 ★ 870 mins Television
Legendary star of the silver screen Dick Powell hosts this Western anthology series from the mid-1950s that takes its inspiration from the short stories of Zane Grey, although it eventually drew from other sources as well. With each episode a stand-alone story, the show's first season featured appearances from a long list of Hollywood heavies, including Jack Palance, Jack Lemmon, Ernest Borgnine, Lloyd Bridges, Cloris Leachman and more.


The Rainmaker  1956  3.5 ★ 121 mins Classics Rated: NR
Flimflamming his way through the drought-plagued Southwest, pitchman Bill Starbuck promises to bring rain to farmer H.C. Curry for $100. But Curry's spinster daughter remains dubious about Starbuck's guarantee -- until he works his charm on her.


Zane Grey Theatre  1956  3.1 ★ 870 mins TV Shows
Legendary star of the silver screen Dick Powell hosts this Western anthology series from the mid-1950s that takes its inspiration from the short stories of Zane Grey, although it eventually drew from other sources as well. With each episode a stand-alone story, the show's first season featured appearances from a long list of Hollywood heavies, including Jack Palance, Jack Lemmon, Ernest Borgnine, Lloyd Bridges, Cloris Leachman and more.


The Rainmaker Nominated For/Won Awards 1956  3.5 ★ 121 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
Flimflamming his way through the drought-plagued Southwest, Bill Starbuck (Burt Lancaster) promises -- for $100 -- to bring rain to farmer H.C. Curry (Cameron Prud'Homme). But Curry's spinster daughter (Katharine Hepburn) remains dubious about Starbuck's guarantee until he works his pitchman charm on her. This crackling 1956 classic (which brought an Oscar nomination for Hepburn) also stars Wendell Corey, Lloyd Bridges and Earl Holliman.


Zane Grey Theatre: Season 1: Disc 1  1956 200 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "You Only Run Once (aka The Hanging Tree)," "Fearful Courage," "Long Road Home," "The Unrelenting Sky," "Lariat," "Death Watch," "Stage For Tucson" and "A Quiet Sunday In San Ardo."


Zane Grey Theatre: Season 1: Disc 2  1956 200 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Vengeance Canyon," "Return To Nowhere," "Courage Is a Gun," "Muletown Gold Strike," "Star Over Texas," "Three Graves," "No Man Living" and "Time of Decision."


Zane Grey Theatre: Season 1: Disc 3  1956 200 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Until The Man Dies," "Backtrail," "Dangerous Orders," "The Necessary Breed," "Village of Fear," "Black Creek Encounter" and "There Were Four."


Zane Grey Theatre: Season 1: Disc 4  1956 270 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Fugitive," "A Time To Live," "Black Is For Grief," "Badge of Honor," "Decision at Wilson's Creek" and "Man On The Run."


Zane Grey Theatre: Season 1: Disc 1  1956 200 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "You Only Run Once (aka The Hanging Tree)," "Fearful Courage," "Long Road Home," "The Unrelenting Sky," "Lariat," "Death Watch," "Stage For Tucson" and "A Quiet Sunday In San Ardo."


Zane Grey Theatre: Season 1: Disc 2  1956 200 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Vengeance Canyon," "Return To Nowhere," "Courage Is a Gun," "Muletown Gold Strike," "Star Over Texas," "Three Graves," "No Man Living" and "Time of Decision."


Zane Grey Theatre: Season 1: Disc 4  1956 270 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Fugitive," "A Time To Live," "Black Is For Grief," "Badge of Honor," "Decision at Wilson's Creek" and "Man On The Run."


Zane Grey Theatre: Season 1: Disc 3  1956 200 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Until The Man Dies," "Backtrail," "Dangerous Orders," "The Necessary Breed," "Village of Fear," "Black Creek Encounter" and "There Were Four."


Wichita  1955  3.5 ★ Action & Adventure
Gunman Wyatt Earp (Joel McCrea) tries his hand at law and order in a booming cow town in director Jacques Tourneur's intriguing take on a slice of Wild West history. When Wichita's leaders push Earp to become marshal, his first act is to ban all arms except his. But the move doesn't go over because it's bad for business, causing the townsfolk to rebel -- until rowdy cowpokes go too far and the line between right and wrong becomes all-too clear.


Prince of the Bluegrass  1954  3.5 ★ Drama Rated: NR
Linda Mason hires Jim Nolan to train her horse, but while the two grow fond of each other, the trainer has little faith in the steed's abilities.


Pride of the Bluegrass  1954  3.5 ★ Dramas Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Sweet Linda Mason (Vera Miles) hires Jim Nolan (Lloyd Bridges) to get her horse, Gypsy Prince, into top racing condition. But while Linda and Jim grow increasingly fond of each other, the tough trainer has little faith in the steed's abilities. When Gypsy Prince and its jockey are injured in an accident on the track, Jim -- his skepticism bolstered -- abandons the team for a wealthy stable owner, leaving Linda to nurse the horse back to glory.


The Tall Texan  1953  2.7 ★ 82 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
After telling his captors about a gold-digging hot spot where prospectors are swarming like flies, convicted murder Ben Trask (Lloyd Bridges) convinces them to release him so they all can strike it rich. But with the ore buried deep within hostile American Indian territory, hitting pay dirt will be more difficult than they'd thought. Lee J. Cobb, Marie Windsor, Luther Adler and Sid Saylor co-star in this classic Western directed by Elmo Williams.


High Noon Nominated For/Won Awards 1952  3.9 ★ 85 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR RT:96%  until 01-Jan-2025 
Retiring Marshal Will Kane insists on defending his town from a gang of hooligans who are due on the noon train -- but he faces the task alone as the cowardly townspeople flee like rats from a sinking ship.


Plymouth Adventure Nominated For/Won Awards 1952  3.0 ★ 105 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
This Academy Award-winning drama (for Special Effects) stars the dashing Spencer Tracy as Christopher Jones, captain of the seafaring Mayflower, which is carrying Pilgrims from England to the New World. As a storm looms on the horizon, Jones falls for the wife (Gene Tierney) of one of the passengers, William Bradford (Leo Genn). Can the vessel withstand such scandal -- or is it just a distraction in a teapot already suffering a tempest?


High Noon Nominated For/Won Awards 1952  3.9 ★ 85 mins Classics Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025   
Retiring Marshal Will Kane insists on defending his town from a gang of hooligans who are due on the noon train -- but he faces the task alone as the cowardly townspeople flee like rats from a sinking ship.


Plymouth Adventure Nominated For/Won Awards 1952  3.0 ★ 105 mins Classics Rated: NR
This Academy Award-winning drama (for Special Effects) stars the dashing Spencer Tracy as Christopher Jones, captain of the seafaring Mayflower, which is carrying Pilgrims from England to the New World. As a storm looms on the horizon, Jones falls for the wife (Gene Tierney) of one of the passengers, William Bradford (Leo Genn). Can the vessel withstand such scandal -- or is it just a distraction in a teapot already suffering a tempest?


Lost TV Shows of the 50's  1951  3.0 ★ 141 mins Television
Revisit some of the most popular action TV series from the 1950s with this compilation, which includes entries from "Sea Hunt," "Beach Patrol," "Alarm," "Front Page Detective" and "Assignment: Mexico." In "Mark of the Octopus," master scuba diver Mike Nelson (Lloyd Bridges) investigates the death of a marine biologist; and in "The Little Black Book," columnist David Chase (Edmund Lowe) finds himself in the crosshairs of an infamous mobster.


Lost TV Shows of the 50's  1951  2.9 ★ 141 mins TV Shows
Revisit some of the most popular action TV series from the 1950s with this compilation, which includes entries from "Sea Hunt," "Beach Patrol," "Alarm," "Front Page Detective" and "Assignment: Mexico." In "Mark of the Octopus," master scuba diver Mike Nelson (Lloyd Bridges) investigates the death of a marine biologist; and in "The Little Black Book," columnist David Chase (Edmund Lowe) finds himself in the crosshairs of an infamous mobster.


Fort Worth / Colt .45 / Tall Man Riding  1950 237 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Western star Randolph Scott rides again in this exciting triple bill. In Fort Worth, newspaperman Scott arouses the ire of a cattle baron. In Colt .45, a gun dealer looks for the man who robbed him. And Tall Man Riding is one of Scott's best films. He plays a cowboy seeking revenge from the powerful rancher who refused to let him court his daughter and finds himself caught in the middle of a local land dispute.


Colt .45  1950 Classics Rated: NR

Fort Worth / Colt .45 / Tall Man Riding: Fort Worth  1950 Action & Adventure Rated: NR

Fort Worth / Colt .45 / Tall Man Riding: Colt .45  1950 Classics Rated: NR

Rocketship X-M  1950  2.9 ★ 78 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: NR
Led by the intrepid Col. Floyd Graham (Lloyd Bridges), a crew of astronauts (Osa Massen, John Emery, Noah Beery Jr. and Hugh O'Brian) embarks on the first manned mission to the moon. But as often happens in early-1950s sci-fi adventures, their mission goes awry, and they crash-land on Mars. Instead of a barren rock, however, the crew finds a war-ravaged world inhabited by hostile cavemen and radiation-riddled creatures.


Fort Worth  1950 Classics Rated: NR

Rocketship X-M  1950  2.9 ★ 78 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: NR
Led by the intrepid Col. Floyd Graham (Lloyd Bridges), a crew of astronauts (Osa Massen, John Emery, Noah Beery Jr. and Hugh O'Brian) embarks on the first manned mission to the moon. But as often happens in early-1950s sci-fi adventures, their mission goes awry, and they crash-land on Mars. Instead of a barren rock, however, the crew finds a war-ravaged world inhabited by hostile cavemen and radiation-riddled creatures.


The Sound of Fury Nominated For/Won Awards 1950  3.2 ★ Drama Rated: NR
Despondent and chronically unemployed, family man Howard Tyler (Frank Lovejoy) agrees to help small-time crook Jerry Slocum (Lloyd Bridges) with a few robberies, but soon Slocum's disturbed psyche leads them down the path of kidnapping and murder. When a reporter (Richard Carlson) recklessly prints inflammatory stories about the criminals, an enraged mob takes justice into its own hands. Cy Endfield directs this drama inspired by true events.


Fort Worth / Colt .45 / Tall Man Riding  1950  3.1 ★ 237 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Western star Randolph Scott rides again in this exciting triple bill. In Fort Worth, newspaperman Scott arouses the ire of a cattle baron. In Colt .45, a gun dealer looks for the man who robbed him. And Tall Man Riding is one of Scott's best films. He plays a cowboy seeking revenge from the powerful rancher who refused to let him court his daughter and finds himself caught in the middle of a local land dispute.


The Sound of Fury Nominated For/Won Awards 1950  3.0 ★ Dramas Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Despondent and chronically unemployed, family man Howard Tyler (Frank Lovejoy) agrees to help small-time crook Jerry Slocum (Lloyd Bridges) with a few robberies, but soon Slocum's disturbed psyche leads them down the path of kidnapping and murder. When a reporter (Richard Carlson) recklessly prints inflammatory stories about the criminals, an enraged mob takes justice into its own hands. Cy Endfield directs this drama inspired by true events.


Fort Worth / Colt .45 / Tall Man Riding  1950  3.1 ★ 237 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In Fort Worth, a newspaperman arouses the ire of a cattle baron. In Colt .45, a gun dealer looks for the man who robbed him. And in Tall Man Riding, a cowboy seeks revenge against a powerful rancher.


Colt .45  1950  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Western legend Randolph Scott is a purveyor of newly invented Colt .45 pistols whose stock is stolen. Theft is the least of his problems, though, when he finds himself accused of robbing banks with the gang that swiped the guns.


Hideout  1949  3.3 ★ Thrillers Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Philip Ford's crime thriller stars Lloyd Bridges as a city attorney who comes to the dawning realization that a jewelry heist may be behind the discovery of a dead body in the park -- and that the culprit may be one of the town's leading citizens (Ray Collins). Unfortunately, his investigation is hampered by his girlfriend and ex-secretary (Lorna Gray), who could very well be in cahoots with the bad guys.


Western Film Noir: Little Big Horn  1949 Classics Rated: NR

Hideout  1949  3.3 ★ Thrillers Rated: NR
After a dead body is found in the park, a city attorney connects the discovery to a jewelry heist and starts to suspect the town's leading citizen.


Western Film Noir: Little Big Horn  1949 Classics Rated: NR

Trapped  1949  2.6 ★ 78 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
Director Richard Fleischer's sophisticated thriller traces the U.S. government's efforts to take down a successful counterfeiting ring. With fake $20 bills flooding the system, the gang is making buckets of money at taxpayers' expense. Desperate Treasury Department agents know one man who can help get to the source: jailed counterfeiter Tris Stewart (Lloyd Bridges), whom they'll have to bust out of stir and plant as bait. But will he cooperate?


Trapped  1949  2.6 ★ 78 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
Director Richard Fleischer's sophisticated thriller traces the U.S. government's efforts to take down a successful counterfeiting ring. With fake $20 bills flooding the system, the gang is making buckets of money at taxpayers' expense. Desperate Treasury Department agents know one man who can help get to the source: jailed counterfeiter Tris Stewart (Lloyd Bridges), whom they'll have to bust out of stir and plant as bait. But will he cooperate?


Little Big Horn / Rimfire  1949 150 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
You'll get a double shot of noir with these two gems from the revisionist Western genre. In Little Big Horn (1951), Lloyd Bridges stars as a cavalryman trying to warn Gen. George Custer (who never appears on screen) about an imminent Sioux attack. Then, in Rimfire (1949), James Millican plays a special agent who's tracking down missing Army gold but gets sidetracked in a village where a gambler's ghost seems to be killing off the townsfolk.


Western Film Noir: Little Big Horn / Rimfire  1949  2.9 ★ 150 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
You'll get a double shot of noir with these two gems from the revisionist Western genre. In Little Big Horn (1951), Lloyd Bridges stars as a cavalryman trying to warn Gen. George Custer (who never appears on screen) about an imminent Sioux attack. Then, in Rimfire (1949), James Millican plays a special agent who's tracking down missing Army gold but gets sidetracked in a village where a gambler's ghost seems to be killing off the townsfolk.


Sixteen Fathoms Deep  1948  2.6 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In this classic actioner, a bitterly jealous sponge fisherman tries to sabotage a fellow diver who just wants to buy a boat and marry his sweetheart.


Moonrise Nominated For/Won Awards 1948  3.0 ★ Classics Rated: NR
Haunted by his late father's execution, Danny Hawkins accidentally kills another man in a fight over Gilly Johnson, the girl he loves. When Gilly tries to persuade Danny to admit his guilt to the authorities, he runs off.


Moonrise Nominated For/Won Awards 1948  2.8 ★ Classic Movies Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Danny Hawkins (Dane Clark), who lives in angst because his father was put to death for murder, accidentally kills Jerry Sykes (Lloyd Bridges) in a fight over Gilly Johnson (Gail Russell). Gilly loves Danny, but when she tries to persuade him to admit his guilt to authorities, he runs off. Told through a series of flashbacks, this Frank Borzage-helmed gem delves into themes of faults, guilt and redemption.


16 Fathoms Deep  1948  2.5 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
In this classic black-and-white actioner, Lon Chaney Jr. -- star of The Wolf Man and son of legendary master of disguise Lon Chaney -- plays a bitterly jealous sponge fisherman who tries to sabotage a fellow diver (Lloyd Bridges). But the only crime his innocent target committed was manning a mission that could bring in enough cash for him to buy his own boat and marry his sweetheart (Sally O'Neil).


A Walk in the Sun  1945  3.1 ★ 117 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Director Lewis Milestone opts for realism in his unflinching look at combat in World War II Italy. Dana Andrews stars as Sgt. Bill Tyne, who leads his platoon through the countryside on a march -- punctuated by sporadic skirmishes -- to capture a Nazi-held farmhouse. Between hostilities, the men forge a deep bond as they come to grips with war's capriciousness. The strong, all-male cast includes Richard Conte, John Ireland and Lloyd Bridges.


A Walk in the Sun  1945  3.1 ★ 117 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Director Lewis Milestone opts for realism in his unflinching look at combat in World War II Italy. Dana Andrews stars as Sgt. Bill Tyne, who leads his platoon through the countryside on a march -- punctuated by sporadic skirmishes -- to capture a Nazi-held farmhouse. Between hostilities, the men forge a deep bond as they come to grips with war's capriciousness. The strong, all-male cast includes Richard Conte, John Ireland and Lloyd Bridges.


Secret Agent X-9: Disc 1  1945 116 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
This disc includes Chapters 1-6.


Secret Agent X-9: Disc 2  1945 136 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
This disc includes Chapters 7-13.


Secret Agent X-9: Disc 1  1945 116 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
This disc includes Chapters 1-6.


Secret Agent X-9: Disc 2  1945 136 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
This disc includes Chapters 7-13.


Secret Agent X-9  1945  2.8 ★ 252 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
This 1940s spy serial based on a popular comic strip finds Lloyd Bridges stepping into the shoes of secret agent X-9, an international operative tasked with saving the world from certain destruction. In this 13-part adventure, X-9 teams with agents from China and Australia to keep the Nazis from getting their hands on a valuable formula for synthetic fuel. All the while, a Japanese agent (Victoria Horne) is trying to get past U.S. security.


A Walk in the Sun Nominated For/Won Awards 1943  3.1 ★ 117 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
Dana Andrews stars as Sgt. Bill Tyne, an American soldier who leads his platoon through the Italian countryside on a march -- punctuated by sporadic skirmishes -- to capture a Nazi-held farmhouse in this unflinching World War II drama. Between hostilities, the men forge a deep bond as they come to grips with war's capriciousness. The all-male cast includes Richard Conte, John Ireland and Lloyd Bridges. Lewis Milestone directs.


Sahara Nominated For/Won Awards 1943  3.7 ★ 99 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
Tank commander Sgt. Joe Gunn (Humphrey Bogart) and his U.S. crew pick up five British soldiers, a Frenchman and a Sudanese man with an Italian prisoner and cross the Libyan Desert in this World War II-set film directed by Zoltan Korda. Heading to rejoin the American command after the fall of Tobruk in North Africa, the group becomes a microcosm of the Allied forces as they work together to defeat a much larger German unit.


A Walk in the Sun Nominated For/Won Awards 1943  3.1 ★ 117 mins Classics Rated: NR
Dana Andrews stars as Sgt. Bill Tyne, an American soldier who leads his platoon through the Italian countryside on a march -- punctuated by sporadic skirmishes -- to capture a Nazi-held farmhouse in this unflinching World War II drama. Between hostilities, the men forge a deep bond as they come to grips with war's capriciousness. The all-male cast includes Richard Conte, John Ireland and Lloyd Bridges. Lewis Milestone directs.


Great WWII Movies: Triple Feature  1943  2.8 ★ 307 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
See how war can ravage the men who dare to fight in these three classic World War II movies. Travel through war-torn Italy with Dana Andrews and Lloyd Bridges in A Walk in the Sun. Feel the pressure on a British submarine with John Mills as he and his men battle a German warship in We Dive at Dawn. And find out what Russian villagers must endure after Nazis invade and attempt to do medical procedures on local children in The North Star.


Sahara  1943  3.7 ★ 99 mins Classics Rated: NR
Tank commander Sgt. Joe Gunn (Humphrey Bogart) and his U.S. crew pick up five British soldiers, a Frenchman and a Sudanese man with an Italian prisoner and cross the Libyan Desert in this World War II-set film directed by Zoltan Korda. Heading to rejoin the American command after the fall of Tobruk in North Africa, the group becomes a microcosm of the Allied forces as they work together to defeat a much larger German unit.


Great WWII Movies: Triple Feature  1943  2.8 ★ 307 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
See how war can ravage the men who dare to fight in these three classic World War II movies. Travel through war-torn Italy with Dana Andrews and Lloyd Bridges in A Walk in the Sun. Feel the pressure on a British submarine with John Mills as he and his men battle a German warship in We Dive at Dawn. And find out what Russian villagers must endure after Nazis invade and attempt to do medical procedures on local children in The North Star.


The Talk of the Town  1942  3.7 ★ 118 mins Classics Rated: NR
The dashing Cary Grant stars as Leopold, an activist wrongly imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit. To avoid execution, Leopold breaks out of jail and takes a job as a gardener for a teacher named Nora (Jean Arthur). Nora's other houseguest (Ronald Colman) is a legal scholar who learns Leopold's true identity. His two new friends end up helping him find justice -- and perhaps even love. The film earned seven Oscar nods, including Best Picture.


The Talk of the Town Nominated For/Won Awards 1942  3.7 ★ 118 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
The dashing Cary Grant stars as Leopold, an activist wrongly imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit. To avoid execution, Leopold breaks out of jail and takes a job as a gardener for a teacher named Nora (Jean Arthur). Nora's other houseguest (Ronald Colman) is a legal scholar who learns Leopold's true identity. His two new friends end up helping him find justice -- and perhaps even love. The film earned seven Oscar nods, including Best Picture.


Here Comes Mr. Jordan Nominated For/Won Awards 1941  3.6 ★ 94 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
Boxer Joe Pendleton (Robert Montgomery) crashes his plane just before a championship fight in this classic fantasy that won Best Story and Screenplay Oscars. Waking in heaven, Joe finds that his spirit has been prematurely snatched from his body. The celestial Mr. Jordan (Claude Rains) sends him back to Earth -- as crooked mogul Bruce Farnsworth. Now, Joe must clean up all of Farnsworth's messes while trying to regain his own career as a boxer.


Here Comes Mr. Jordan Nominated For/Won Awards 1941  3.6 ★ 94 mins Classics Rated: NR
Boxer Joe Pendleton (Robert Montgomery) crashes his plane just before a championship fight in this classic fantasy that won Best Story and Screenplay Oscars. Waking in heaven, Joe finds that his spirit has been prematurely snatched from his body. The celestial Mr. Jordan (Claude Rains) sends him back to Earth -- as crooked mogul Bruce Farnsworth. Now, Joe must clean up all of Farnsworth's messes while trying to regain his own career as a boxer.


The Texas Rangers / Canyon Passage  1936  2.9 ★ 190 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Love is in the air in this pair of Westerns. The Texas Rangers follows bandits on the run. Two (Fred MacMurray and Jack Oakie) hide out by joining the famous lawmen, hoping to use their inside knowledge to plan more heists, but they have a change of heart after one of them falls for a girl. Canyon Passage centers on a frontier love triangle: Logan (Dana Andrews) escorts his friend's fiancée to Oregon, and romance blossoms along the way.


The Texas Rangers / Canyon Passage  1936  2.9 ★ 190 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Love is in the air in this pair of Westerns. The Texas Rangers follows bandits on the run. Two (Fred MacMurray and Jack Oakie) hide out by joining the famous lawmen, hoping to use their inside knowledge to plan more heists, but they have a change of heart after one of them falls for a girl. Canyon Passage centers on a frontier love triangle: Logan (Dana Andrews) escorts his friend's fiancée to Oregon, and romance blossoms along the way.

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