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The film portrays a 16-hour group-therapy session of eight well-adjusted people who have never met before, led by psychologists Richard Farson and Carl Rogers. The "patients" include a cashier, a theology student, a teacher, a principal, three businessmen and a housewife.
Directed by: Tom Skinner
Stars: Carl Rogers
The Youth International Party, whose members were commonly called Yippies, was a radically youth-oriented and countercultural revolutionary group opposed to war and the status quo of American culture. Known for using theatrics and humor to advocate social change, several Yippies were notably on trial as the Chicago 7. Primarily consisting of footage from the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago ...
It’s the spring of 1945 in a small resort town on the Baltic. Günter is 16 and firmly believes that the Germans will win the war. During the hunt for a forced labourer who is on the run, Günter catches him and watches as he is shot to death. He proudly accepts the award of an Iron Cross before being shipped to the nearby front as part of the last contingent of troops. He is quickly captured by Soviet ...
Directed by: Heiner Carow
It's silliness on the high seas as two sneaky sailors race across the South Pacific in this fast-paced and campy comedy. The fun begins when one bets the other $20,000 that he, with an all girl crew, be the first to Tahiti in a sailboat race. The other, not to be outdone, has a few monkeyshines up his sleeve and actually wins the race. The beaten bettor then makes the claim, that he can beat the victor ...
Directed by: Richard L. Bare
This MGM short film highlights the work of master make-up artist William Tuttle. As the head of MGM's make-up department, Bill Tuttle has been involved in many of MGM's best known productions. He shows how they make masks of actors' faces that allows them to work on make-up, particularly prostheses or appliances, without the actor having to spend hours in the make-up room.
Sonny Bono seems more than a little stoned in this US government anti-marijuana film from 1968. It includes an hilarious final piece to camera (which looks edited to best comic effect) where Bono trips over his words, as he tells the audience.
Directed by: Max Miller
Stars: Sonny Bono
A weapons expert who murdered his unfaithful stripper wife and her lover goes on a killing spree, bumping off exotic dancers and hookers, while plotting the demise of his wife's swinging bisexual sister and her kinky boyfriend.
Directed by: Michael Findlay
Stuntman Johnny gets tired of putting his life constantly at risk and instead joins up with a bunch of international thieves who are looking to steal a priceless statue, but that's where the trouble starts....
Directed by: Marcello Baldi
During the American Civil War, a Confederate prisoner, Clyde McKay, attempts to steal a box of gold from a Union prison camp. He is aided by a group of prisoners and a prison guard but he is double-crossed along the way.
Directed by: Enzo G. Castellari
In Budapest, two rival gangs of young boys lay claim to a vacant lot. The hostilities escalate yet never quite boil over into actual violence. Just when things do get out of hand, however, the problem is "solved" by the city government, which takes over the lot for future development.
Directed by: Zoltán Fábri
Adimai Penn (English: Slave Girl) is a 1969 Indian Tamil film directed by K. Shanker, starring M. G. Ramachandran in the lead role, with J. Jayalalitha, R. S. Manohar, Cho Ramaswamy among others enacting supporting roles. The film, released in 1969, is considered a hit.
Directed by: K. Shankar
When Count Contini attempts to destroy the world's economy by masterminding the theft of $1 billion in U.S. gold, ICE chief MacDonald summons secret agent Matt Helm to stop him.
Directed by: Phil Karlson
Le Bourgeois gentilhomme satirizes attempts at social climbing and the bourgeois personality, poking fun both at the vulgar, pretentious middle-class and the vain, snobbish aristocracy. The title is meant as an oxymoron: in Molière's France, a "gentleman" was by definition nobly born, and thus there could be no such thing as a bourgeois gentleman.
Zatoichi is forced to kill a young man who owes a debt to a yakuza boss. Moments later, his sister Osode arrives with the money she earned (prostituting herself) to pay his debts. The bosses true motives are revealed and he attempts to steal Osode even though the debt is paid. Zatoichi realizes his grievous error and protects the girl from the gang. Osode and Zatoichi are caught in a dilemma as she ...
Directed by: Kenji Misumi
After the war in Congo, two mercenaries take a mission to safeguard uranium transportation in a South American jungle, fighting bandits and local miners.
Directed by: Mel Welles
Featuring performances by popular artists of the 1960s, this concert film highlights the music of the 1967 California festival. Although not all musicians who performed at the Monterey Pop Festival are on film, some of the notable acts include the Mamas and the Papas, Simon & Garfunkel, Jefferson Airplane, the Who, Otis Redding, and the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Hendrix's post-performance antics -- lighting ...
Directed by: D.A. Pennebaker