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8 Million Ways to Die

8 Million Ways to Die

Director: Hal Ashby
Year: 1986

In the aftermath of a police shooting, Matthew Scudder has retired and is spending time in AA on his path to recovery. When he meets a dashing woman at a meeting, he is dragged back into the underworld of vice. The final film of Hal Ashby (Harold and Maude). Stars Jeff Bridges and Rosanna Arquette.

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Ambush Bay

Ambush Bay

Director: Ron Winston
Year: 1966

General MacArthur doesn't know it, but he's headed for an ambush. Hugh O'Brian (Ten Little Indians), Mickey Rooney (The Secret Invasion) and James Mitchum (Trackdown) star in this top-notch WWII nail-biter that'll keep you on the edge of your seat with consistent excitement right until the explosive end.

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The Appaloosa (Special Edition)

The Appaloosa (Special Edition)

Director: Sidney J. Furie
Year: 1966

Vowing to give up his sordid past, Matt Fletcher (Marlon Brando) returns to his sleepy hometown on the Mexican border. But when a sadistic bandit steals his magnificent Appaloosa stallion he sets out to even scores.

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Brannigan

Brannigan

Director: Douglass Hickox
Year: 1975

John Wayne stars as Brannigan, a hard nosed Chicago cop sent to London to track down and return to the states a notorious Chicago mobster. However, the UK has never seen a cop quite like Brannigan, and never met a cop like John Wayne.

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Bat 21

Bat 21

Director: Peter Markle
Year: 1988

Gene Hackman and Danny Glover portray a pair of valiant American soldiers up against impossible odds for survival and rescue within war-torn Vietnam.

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Beachhead

Beachhead

Director: Stuart Heisler
Year: 1954

Screen icon Tony Curtis (The Vikings) blends hard-hitting toughness and humor as a Marine who must battle Japanese soldiers, private demons and fellow Marines in this gripping World War II saga. Four Marines embark on a hazardous island mission to verify reports about a secret Japanese minefield.

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The Black Windmill (Special Edition)

The Black Windmill (Special Edition)

Director: Don Siegel
Year: 1974

British secret agent (Michael Caine) takes up the revenge trail when ruthless gunrunners kidnap his young son and demand a king’s ransom in uncut diamonds for the boy’s release. With each new lead Caine’s chilling quest becomes increasingly deadly as he begins to suspect that one of his colleagues is in league with the merciless abductors.

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The Bounty (Special Edition)

The Bounty (Special Edition)

Director: Roger Donaldson
Year: 1984

Anthony Hopkins is William Bligh, a real-life sea captain who, in 1787, steered The Bounty on a 27,000-mile voyage into danger, chaos and madness. After 31 days  the weary crew is relieved to finally land on a remote island. But soon their tyrannical captain wants to sail again, and the desperate men turn to first mate Fletcher Christian (Mel Gibson) to help them take the ship back.

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Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia

Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia

Director: Sam Pekinpah
Year: 1974

After learning the identity of his unmarried daughter’s baby, El Jefe demands the death of Alfredo Garcia. What follows is a bloody, disgusting, horrific ballet of violence that can only be executed by one man, Sam Peckinpah. Warren Oates stars.

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Cabo Blanco

Cabo Blanco

Director: J. Lee Thompson
Year: 1980

Giff Hoyt (Charles Bronson), a cafe owner in Cabo Blanco, Peru after World War II who is caught between refuge-seeking Nazis and their enemies. The stakes of the game are high, the rules hard, and each man and woman must play to win! Wonderfully Directed by the great J. Lee Thompson (The Guns of Navarone, Cape Fear) and featuring a stellar cast including Fernando Rey and Jason Robards.

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