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Something for Everyone

Something for Everyone

Director: Harold Prince
Year: 1971

A charismatic and ambitious young man, Konrad Ludwig (Michael York), finds employment as the butler at the home of Countess Herthe von Ornstein (Angela Lansbury). While working for the widowed aristocrat, Konrad decides that he will do anything in his power to climb both socially and financially. Harold Prince (Fiddler on the Roof) made his feature film directorial debut with this handsome production.

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Prizzi's Honor

Prizzi's Honor

Director: John Huston
Year: 1985

Proffessional hit man, Charley Partanna (Jack Nicholson), a do-it-yourself kind of guy, has been loyal to "The Family" since he can remember. The mafia boss’s daughter (Anjelica Huston) has eyes for Charley, but Charley has just married the sultry hired assassin named Irene Walker (Kathleen Turner). Their unlikely relationship hits a snag, however, as they find out that their next job is to ice each other. Directed by legendary film maker John Huston.

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Junior Bonner (Special Edition)

Junior Bonner (Special Edition)

Director: Sam Peckinpah
Year: 1972

With his bronco-busting career on its last legs, Junior Bonner (Steve McQueen) heads to his hometown to try his luck in the annual rodeo. But his fond childhood memories are shattered when he finds his family torn apart by his greedy brother (Joe Don Baker) and hard-drinking father (Robert Preston). 

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Topaze

Topaze

Director: Harry d'Abbadie d'Arrast
Year: 1933

After years of dedicated service, Professor Topaze (John Barrymore) is summarily fired for flunking his worst student – who happens to be the son of the powerful Baron (Reginald Mason), a wealthy businessman who stands to make a fortune by peddling a worthless health tonic.

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SpaceCamp

SpaceCamp

Director: Harry Winer
Year: 1986

A group of bright but incorrigible high school students are spending their summer at the NASA SpaceCamp but when a frightening miscommunication occurs during a space shuttle training mission, the teens and their astronaut instructor (Kate Capshaw) are accidentally launched into orbit.

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Pop Aye

Pop Aye

Director: Kirsten Tan
Year: 2017

A successful Bangkok architect in the midst of a midlife crisis is reunited with an elephant he knew growing up. The two embark on a road trip to the man's childhood home in the idyllic Thai countryside in Kirsten Tan’s feature debut, which won prizes (and hearts) at the Sundance and Rotterdam Film Festivals.

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The Young in Heart

The Young in Heart

Director: Richard Wallace
Year: 1938

The Carleton family will do anything for money... except work. Taken in by a rich, lonely old lady, George-Anne Carleton (Janet Gaynor), the savvy and cynical baby of the family, hatches the perfect plan: pretending to be decent hardworking people in the hopes that old lady will rewrite her will in their favor!

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Crossing the Bridge / Indian Summer (Double Feature)

Crossing the Bridge / Indian Summer (Double Feature)

Director: Mike Binder
Year: 1992

Crossing the Bridge is an entertaining comedy-drama about the adventures of three young friends in ‘70s Detroit. Starring Josh Charles (Dead Poets Society), Jason Gedrick (Iron Eagle) and Stephen Baldwin (The Usual Suspects).

Writer/director Mike Binder’s second film – Indian Summer is a heartwarming comedy about eight friends who reunite at their summer camp after 20 years.

 

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Stingaree

Stingaree

Director: William Wellman
Year: 1934

In 1874 Australia, debonair outlaw Stingaree (Richard Dix, Cimarron), aided by his sidekick, Howie (Andy Devine, Stagecoach), uses his wily charm to take what he wants from the ruling class… with or without permission.

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The Flamingo Kid

The Flamingo Kid

Director: Garry Marshall
Year: 1984

Everything was settled for 18-year-old Jeffrey (Matt Dillon), the plumber's son from Brooklyn: one last summer of carefree fun before college. But when he gets a job as a cabana boy at the El Flamingo Beach Club - with its shapely coeds, gin-playing cardsharps and wealthy snobs - Jeffrey is lured into a world distinctly different from his working-class roots... a world that could ultimately draw him away from his education, his background and his family!

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