The Classic Made-for-TV Movie Collection

24 Hours in a Woman's Life
    Starring: Ingrid Bergman & Rip Torn

A rare TV movie from 1961.. A bereaved widow trying to escape her sorrow while traveling meets a desperate young gambler in Monte Carlo, rescues him from suicide, and all within the span of 24 hours falls in love, tries to change him and fails.

Accidental Meeting
    Starring: Linda Purl, Linda Gray & Kent McCord

Meeting by chance,  two women begin discussing the men in their life. Maryanne expresses a wish to see her boss dead, while Jennifer would sooner see an odious male of her acquaintance drop dead. When Maryanne's hateful employer is killed, Jennifer re-enters her life, admitting to the murder and demanding equal reciprocation.

Addicted to His Love
    Starring: Barry Bostwick, Linda Purl, Erin Grey,
                        Dee Wallace-Stone, Colleen Camp
                        Polly Bergen & Hector Elizondo

Larry Hogan, using various aliases, meets middle-aged women through dating services and personal ads and uses his charm to cheat them out of their money. When a number of his 'victims' compare notes things start to fall apart, leading to his downfall.

And The Sea Will Tell
    Starring: Rachel Ward, Richard Crenna, James Brolin
                      & Deidre Hall

Partially filmed in Hawaii and Tahiti, this TV movie was based on a real murder case. A wealthy couple are killed on their yacht off the coast of a secluded South American island called Palmyra. The suspects are a hippyish pair whom the rich folks had befriended. It's fairly clear that the hippies were involved in the crime: The question is, did the man do it while the girl looked on helplessly, or was she a willing accomplice?

Archie: Return to Riverdale
    Starring: Christopher Rich, Lauren Holly,
Karen Kopkins & Sam Whipple

The classic comic book characters created by John L. Goldwater are brought to tv in a slightly older version. Here the characters are adults returning to their high school reunion and remembering old times and romances from good old Riverdale High.

The Barchester Chronicles
    Starring: Donald Pleasance, Nigel Hawthorne,
                        Alan Rickman, Geraldine McEwen
                        & Susan Hampshire

The Reverend Septimus Harding is one of the most respected men in Barchester. He lives an honest life as Precentor of the Cathedral and Warden of Hiram's hospital. The Bishop is a close friend and the Archdeacon of Barchester his son-in-law. His is certainly a cozy life - what could be more perfect? Enter John Bold, passionate reformer, waving an accusation of corruption at him. The church is being attacked on all sides. Harding's world is rocked as the scandal spreads and even he starts to believe that John Bold is right... Completed in 1982, the centenary of his death, this is a stunning original TV adaptation of Trollope's two 19th Century Classics - The Warden and Barchester Towers.

The Best Place to Be
    Starring: Donna Reed, Efrem Zimbalist Jr,
                        Stephanie Zimbalist & Timothy Hutton

A widow (Donna Reed) raises difficult children, dates a younger man and renews a romance with an old friend (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.)

Bionic Showdown
    Starring: Sandra Bullock, Lee Majors, Lindsey Wagner,
                    Richard Anderson & Jeff Yagher

A bionic spy steals top-secret information from the Pentagon, and Steve Austin and Jaime Sommers are put under suspicion. Meanwhile, Dr. Rudy Wells completes his latest Bionic project--Kate Mason, a former paraplegic who receives cybernetic implants that make her the strongest, fastest woman alive. When Oscar Goldman is kidnapped by enemy agents, it's up to Jaime, Steve and Kate to save him and stop the Bionic spy from causing an international incident at the World Unity Games. This Film was produced for NBC as a pilot for a weekly series. The series would have Oscar Goldman still in charge of the OSI, but the focus would shift to Kate Mason and Jim Goldman--with appearances by Steve Austin and Jaime Sommers. However, the series was not ordered by NBC for the 1989-90 fall television season. *Please note that the quality of this film is in the Fair – Good range, and is being sold at the lower price of  $17.95

Black Scorpion 2
    Starring: Joan Severance, Garrett Morris, Michael Russo
                   Stoney Jackson, Stephen Lee, Terri J Vaughn

Darcy is back on the force, but still fights on as the Black Scorpion because "it's in her nature." This time, she fights Gangster Prankster; and a new villian emerges when the Mayor tries to protect his federal earthquake relief money: Aftershock. When the two villians team up and kidnap Argyle's girlfriend, Black Scorpion is faced with the theft of the Scorpionmobile and the imminent destruction of Angel City.

Blood Vows: The Story of a Mafia Wife
    Starring: Melissa Gilbert, Joe Penny, Talia Shire
                         Eileen Brennan & Anthony Franciosa

Fashion designer Marian falls in love and marries attorney Edward. Her idyllic romance and marriage are shattered when she learns that Edward is the son of a powerful and feared mafia family. Edward's family begins to impose its illegal and dangerous activities upon Marian and her friends. When her best friend is murdered after confronting Edward's family, she wants out and begins to fight against the family's ominous power and reach.

Body Language
    Starring: Linda Purl, Heather Locklear, James Acheson
                         & Edward Albert

The ambitious Betsy is happy: she gets promoted to a leading management position. Her happiness is spoiled only a little by problems with a boyfriend who feels neglected and an harassing boss. She realizes much too late that her secretary Norma is after her job and step by step tries to ruin her career and private life.

Brief Encounter
    Starring: Richard Burton & Sophia Loren

A love affair which was not meant to be is the basis for this real-life look into the extra-marital attractions which develop between married couples.

Casulties of Love: The Long Island Lolitta Story
    Starring: Alyssa Milano & Jack Scalia

The third made-for-TV movie detailing the relationship between the Long Island "Lethal Lolita" Amy Fisher (Alyssa Milano) with auto mechanic Joey Buttafuoco (Jack Scalia). Where as the first one (which starred Noelle Parker) detailed Amy Fisher's point of view, the second (which starred Drew Barrymore) detailed the public's point of view, this version details it from the Buttafuoco family's point of view with Joey Buttafuoco playing a shady, straight-arrow family man who becomes the obsession of unbalanced teen Amy Fisher which leads to her to shooting his wife in the head on an August morning in 1992.

Centennial : The Complete 12 Part  Mini- Series
    Starring: Robert Conrad, Michael York, Raymond Burr 
                    Richard Crenna, Timothy Dalton, Gregory Harrison,
                    Stephanie Zimbalist, Cliff DeYoung, Chad Everett, 
                    Sharon Gless, Sally Kellerman, Barbara Carrera,
                    Andy Griffith, Merle Haggard, David Jansen,
                    Alex Carras, Mark Harmon, Brian Keith, 
                    Donald Pleasence, Lynn Redgrave, Robert Vaughn,
                    Dennis Weaver, Geoffery Lewis, Greg Mullavy, 
                    Pernell Roberts, Clint Walker, Alan Napier
                        & James Best


The longest, most expensive and most complicated project made for television up to that time, Centennial was shown in two and three-hour installments over a period of four months. An adaptation of James Michener's best-selling novel, it told the story of the settling of the American West by looking at the founding of the fictional town of Centennial, Colorado, from the settling of the area in the late 18th century to the present.

The Complete 12 Part Mini Series on 6 DVDs for only 74.95
( A Savings of  $74.75 over our regular price )

Charlie's Angels: The TV Pilot Movie
    Starring: Kate Jackson, Farrah Fawcett-Majors,
                      Jaclyn Smith, Tommy Lee Jones,
                      Bo Hopkins, John Forsythe,
                      David Doyle & David Ogden Stiers

The pilot for the 1976-1981 TV series focuses on the Angels' very first case. When a wealthy winegrower disappears, the three private investigators go undercover at the vineyard to track down the whereabouts of the body. If the body doesn't turn up in a certain amount of time, the inheritance will be presented to the man's second wife, Rachel, instead of his long-lost daughter, Janet. Many of the scenes used in the opening credits of the show are from this pilot episode.

    Starring: Charlton Heston, Stephen Collins, Tess Harper, 
                    Keith Carradine, Wayne Rogers, Paul Sorvino, 
                    Billy Dee Williams, Paula Kelly, Danny Glover 
                       & Brad Davis

The story of a southern town's police chiefs and the serial murderer who confounds them. Will Henry Lee is the first chief, an easy-going man who works to establish the position while the murderer begins his havoc. The second is a violent racist who stumbles about his job as the murderer continues his. Tyler Watts is the final chief, an african-american cop who must deal with the virulent racism of his community while he puts together the pieces to finally bring the murderer to justice.

Coffee, Tea or Me
    Starring: Karen Valentine, John Davidson
                      & Louise Lasser

Cute made-for-TV movie about a stewardess, who juggles two husbands: one in Los Angeles, and one in London. Her best friend and fellow stewardess, is on hand for support (and comic relief).

Collision Course
    Starring: Henry Fonda & E.G. Marshall

U.S. President Harry Truman and his commander in the Korean War, General Douglas MacArthur, disagree on war strategy. Their conflict comes to a head when Truman relieves the insubordinate MacArthur from command. An extremely rare TV movie that was shot on video.

Combat Academy
    Starring: George Clooney, Robert Culp,
                    Jamie Farr, Richard Moll
                    Sherman Hemsley, & Bernie Kopell

"Police Academy"-style comedy set in a military school. Two errant high school students are ordered by a judge to spend a year at a prestigious military academy, where one of the cadets finds out who is responsible for a spate of midnight thefts. Starring a plethora of 80’s TV Stars!!

Come On Get Happy: The Partridge Family Story
    Starring: Eve Gordon, Shawn Pyform, Rodney Scott,                            Kathy Wagner, Roxanne Hart, Danny Bonaduce

The behind the scenes story of "The Partridge Family" TV show, told from the point of view of young Danny Bonaduce. Problems include Danny's jealous father, David Cassidy's overnight fame, and even conflicts with the Brady Bunch!

Contract on Cherry Street
    Starring: Frank Sinatra, Martin Balsam & Verna Bloom

The partner, and best friend, of a tough New York detective is murdered by killers working for a local mob. Infuriated at the inability of the Police Department to bring in the murderers, he decides, with the help of a few of his fellow detectives, to operate on his own, using whatever means necessary, to destroy the gang.

Cover Girls
    Starring: Jayne Kennedy, Don Johnson
                        & Corneila Sharpe

Made at the height of Jayne Kennedy’s popularity as a “ Sex-Symbol”, this made for TV Movie features Jayne and her beautiful friend, as two seductive fashion models leading double lives working undercover as secret agents. When a menace threatens the entire world, can our lovely heroines save the day? This was supposed to be the set up for a series that never came to be. But a fun, great movie, nevertheless. Jayne & Cornelia are stunning!!

Daughter of the Mind
    Starring: Gene Tierney, Ray Milland, Don Murray,
                      John Carradine, Barbara Dana
                           & Edward Asner

A professor of cybernetics comes to believe that his dead daughter is communicating with him from the netherworld. An extremely rare and well done TV movie from 1969.

Dawn : Portrait of a Teenage Runaway &
Alex : The Other Side of Dawn

Both of these highly acclaimed & controversial dramas on 1 disc.

Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway
    Starring: Eve Plumb, Leigh McClosky, Lynn Carlin, William Schallert,
                    Bo Hopkins, George Stanford Brown, Joan Prather
                    & Suzanne Crough

When a young 16 year old girl leaves home & her abusive, alcoholic mother, she finds herself in LA and a world she is totally unprepared for. Homeless & hungry, she soon turns to the world of prostitution, but winds up under the control of a sleazy pimp who soon takes over her entire life. She finds solace in her one and only firend from the streets, Alex, a young male prostitute, who soon becomes her confidant & lover. But when Dawn decides they must leave this world behind them to start of life together of their own, her pimp isn’t willing to let her go.

Alex: The Other Side of Dawn
    Starring: Leigh McCloskey, Eve Plumb, Juliet Mills, Jean Hagen,
                    Earl Holliman & Lonny Chapman

Dawn leaves Alex behind in LA as she goes back home to make arrangements for Alex to soon join her. But Alex falls onto bad times and soon finds himself back in the world of prostitution. Looking back he remembers how he started off as a straight escort for rich women and then how he falls into the world of gay escorting. He allows himself to become the private companion of a closeted football star, and as his life spirals out of control, he finds a friend in a detective who helps him get his life in order, so he can return to Dawn and settle down.

The Death of Manolete'
    Starring: Suzy Parker & Jack Palance

This Made for TV movie was originally presented on the Playhouse 90 TV series in 1956, and tells the story of the great matador Manolete'. A young matador rises through the ranks to become the best in all of Spain. But facing death over and over again begins to take a toll on him physically, emotionally & spiritually. He soon realizes the woman he loves will leave him if he ever stops being the #1 matador. There is also a new fighter who wishes to challenge him for his title…An extremely rare feature, and a must for any fan of Palance or Parker.

    Starring: Stefanie Powers, Barry Bostwick,
                    Gina Lollobrigida & Brenda Vaccaro

Stephanie and Sabrina are twin sisters. Stephanie is unhappily married with two children and living an ordinary middle class life in the U.S. while Sabrina is single and living the high life in London. Stephanie eagerly accepts her sister's gift of a trip to Venice where they celebrate their birthday together. Stephanie envies her sister's glamorous lifestyle, while Sabrina is tired of it. They decide to switch places for a while and see how the other half lives. Complications set in when Sabrina starts falling for Stephanie's husband and Stephanie enjoys Sabrina's life too much, and then a surprising twist leaves Sabrina stranded in Stephanie's life.

A Dedicated Man
    Starring: Alec McCowen & Joan Plowright

A workaholic persuades a lonely unmarried lady to pose as his wife. Soon she starts wondering about his past, and things start to go downhill.

Doctor Strange
    Starring: Peter Hooten, Jessica Walter,
        Clyde Kusatsu & John Mills

A psychiatrist becomes the new Sorcerer Supreme of the Earth in order to battle an evil Sorceress from the past. Based on the Marvel comic.

Don’t Go to Sleep
    Starring: Valerie Harper, Dennis Weaver, Robin Ignico
                  Kristin Cumming, Ruth Gordon & Oliver Robins

A young girl begins seeing the ghost of her sister who died in an accident a year earlier.

The Dumbest Blonde
    Starring: Jayne Mansfield, Brian Keith, Gary Lockwood
                    Gigi Perreau & Barry Coe

This long lost TV movie was originally aired as a segment of “ Follow The Sun”, a TV series about the adventures of a group of freelance reporters in Hawaii. When the reporters stumble onto a crime lord and his operations, they befriend his somewhat ditzy, bombshell girlfriend. She begins to feel alive again after the mental abuse and anguish she has suffered for years at the hands of her hoodlum boyfriend. But will she turn over on him? Or, will she truly act like a dumb blonde?

Family Album
    Starring: Jaclyn Smith & Michael Ontkean

Based on Danielle Steel's novel of a celebrated actress-filmmaker whose family life is marked with love and strife. From the moment Lt. Thayer set his sights on Hollywood starlet, Faye Price, he knew he had to marry her. After an intense courtship, wedded bliss ensues and Faye puts her career on hold, to start a family. But all the money and happiness in the world can’t keep her unfaithful husband by his family’s side.

Fatal Charm
    Starring: Amanda Peterson, Christopher Atkins
                        & Mary Frann

A young woman becomes infatuated with a man on trial for a brutal murder.After he is covicted, she begins to correspond with him in prison. She soon falls in love with him and when he breaks out of jail, she awaits his arrival. But he has different plans. He wants to make her his next victim.

Fatal Love : The Alison Gertz Story
    Starring: Molly Ringwald, Perry King, Lee Grant,
                        Christopher Meloni & Martin Landau

As one of a myriad of early 1990s TV movies centering around the AIDS issue. Molly Ringwald stars as Alison Gertz, an upscale Manhattanite who thinks she knows her way around. Still, Alison conducts an "unprotected" one-night affair, which results in her contacting the AIDS virus. Despite her alleged smarts, Alison continues to seek out sexual partners and can't understand why they're reluctant to sleep with her, even though she belatedly offers to use contraceptives

Fight for Life
    Starring: Jerry Lewis, Patty Duke,
            Morgan Freeman & Jaclyn Bernstien  

Jerry Lewis plays an Ohio optometrist who has a six-year old daughter with epilepsy. He fights to get the FDA to approve a drug (at that time only available in England) for use in the U.S.

Final Shot: The Hank Gathers Story
    Starring: Victor Love, Duane Davis, Nell Carter
                   George Kennedy, Sam Hennings
                   Terrence Williams

The true life story of two childhood friends who rose out of the ghetto and became two of the greatest basketball players in college history. Both destined to play in the NBA, Gathers’ sudden death on the court derails the dream, and forces his childhood friend to keep the dream alive for both of them.

Flashing Spikes
    Starring: Jimmy Stewart, Jack Warden, John Wayne
                        & Patrick Wayne

An old ballplayer, thrown out of baseball due to a bribery scandal, becomes friends with a young phenom. The younger player is at first tainted by his association with the oldtimer, but eventually the truth about the scandal is revealed. This Made For TV movie from 1962 is a very rare gem & a true must for an Jimmy Stewart Fan!!

The Flight
    Starring: Audie Murphy, Jack Warden & Susan Kohner

Mystery in the air as a former Navy pilot is hired to transport a mysterious passenger. This is a long lost TV movie from 1957 & is very rare. A true must have for any Audie Murphy fan!!!

Florence Nightengale
    Starring: Jaclyn Smith & Timothy Dalton

This is the fact-based story of an aristocratic woman who defies Victorian society to reform hospital sanitation and to define the nursing profession as it is known today. After volunteering to travel to Scutari to care for the wounded soldiers, who are victims of the Crimean war, she finds herself very unwelcome and faces great opposition for her new way of thinking. However through her selfless acts of caring, she quickly becomes known as 'The Lady with the Lamp', the caring nurse whose shadow soldiers kiss.

Force Five
    Starring: Gerald Gordon, Bradford Dillman,
                    Nicholas Pryor & James Hampton

A special police unit composed of ex-convicts, each chosen for their skill in a particular area, investigates the mob beating of a star basketball player. Classic TV Movie from 1975.

The Gambler Returns: Luck of The Draw
    Starring: Kenny Rogers, Reba McEntire, Rick Rossovich,                    Claude Akins, Gene Berry, David Carradine,                        Chuck Connors, Linda Evans & Brian Keith

The Gambler Brady Hawkes is back and he's about to lose his primary means of livelihood, when a law banning gambling is about to be passed. But in honor of that there's going to be one last great poker game and all what one needs to join is one hundred thousand dollars. Features many guest appearances by some of TV’s biggest western characters

The Gathering  & The Gathering 2
Both movies of this wonderful, heart-warming, holiday saga tell the story of the Thornton Family & their journey from hard times to good times. These movies were highly acclaimed, award winniners from 1977 & 1979.

The Gathering
    Starring: Ed Asner, Maureen Stapleton, Veronica Hamel, Bruce Davison  
                  Gregory Harrison, James Karen, John Randolph
                  & Stepahnie Zimbalist

When Adam Thornton learns that he only has a little time left, he decides that he wants to make peace with his family. Only problem is that most of his family are not exactly fond of him because he walked out on his wife and of his stubborn nature and he hasn't spoken to his youngest son after having an argument with him which he was in the wrong but only realize after his son left and has not been heard from since. But he goes to her to help him find him. But when his doctor says that it won't be good for him to travel, she suggests that they invite them all for Christmas. While most of them come, Adam's attempt at reconciliation won't be easy

The Gathering Part 2
    Starring: Maureen Stapleton, Bruce Davison, Veronica Hamel,
                  Jameson Parker, Efrem Zimbalist Jr & Gail Strickland

This is the sequel to the great Christmas movie. In it Kate Thornton was approached by a man named Victor Wainwright, who wanted to buy her late husband Adam's company. Kate refused the offer. Later, he sought her out, with the intention of starting a relationship. Some of her children are not sure that his intentions are noble, so they all come together at Christmas to protect Kate.

*Please Note- The overall quality of Part 2 is not as good as Part1 as they were taken from different sources.

The Gathering Storm
    Starring: Richard Burton & Virginia McKenna

Made for television in 1974, Richard Burton stars as Sir Winston Churchill in this epic, which spans the pre-war years of 1936-40. Following Churchill from being both ignored and ridiculed to the point where he is asked to lead the British nation, as Hitler rolls across Europe.

Gideon's Trumpet
    Starring: Henry Fonda, Jose Ferrar, Fay Wray,
Dean Jagger & John Houseman

True story of Clarence Gideon's fight to be appointed counsel at the expense of the state. This landmark case led to the Supreme Court's decision which extended this right to all criminal defendants.

Gidget Grows Up
    Starring: Karen Valentine, Edward Mulhare
                    & Robert Cummings

After spending the last two years in Europe as an exchange student, Gidget returns home to California only to discover that things have changed. The letters she had been writing to her beloved "moondoggie" to try to make him jealous have had the wrong effect. Disillusioned with love, and after hearing a speech on television, she decides to make a real difference in the world by going to New York to become a youth worker at the United Nations. While there she has a proposal of marriage from an extremely wealthy Arabian Sheik, but instead she falls for a handsome but older Australian diplomat.

Gidget's Summer Reunion
     Starring: Caryn Richman, Dean Butler
                    & William Schallert

Former beach bunny/girl surfer Gidget is fully grown up and married to her long-term beau Moondoggie, and deals with a variety of marital spats, as well as running her own travel agency, running interferences with her teenage niece, and trying to arrange a reunion of her husband's old surfing friends.

Girl on a Park Bench
    Starring: Joan Fontaine, John Litel & Craig Stevens

When a beautiful socialite has her apartment rent go up due to the repeal of the city’s rent control laws, she takes her cause to City Hall. Finding no help from the Mayor, she takes on City Government, and sets up house in the city park. The press of course rallies to her side. When the Mayor orders her arrest, she then takes the fight to court. But there is one catch, she is falling in love w/ the City Attorney who’s prosecuting her. A classic TV teleplay from 1957.

Go West Young Girl
    Starring: Karen Valentine, Sandra Wills
                        & Stuart Whitman

A female New England reporter and the widow of a cavalry officer team up to go out West, and wind up trying to evade outlaws, gamblers and the law. A made for TV classic!!

A Good Sport
    Starring: Lee Remick & Ralph Waite

A Classic Made for TV Movie. A sports columnist and a fashion-magazine editor try to develop a close friendship without allowing sex to intrude.

Hawkins: Candidate for Murder
    Starring: Jimmy Stewart, Strother Martin
                       & Pernell Roberts

The second of the HAWKINS TV movies finds Hawkins defending a Political campaign manager accused of murdering a reporter about to do an expose on a respected Senator.

Hawkins: Death & The Maiden
    Starring: Jimmy Stewart, Strother Martin
                    & Bonnie Bedilia

A young heiress is accused of murder when she awakens to find three dead bodies at her feet, but she can’t remember the event. Those close to her, are convinced that she has mental problems and must have committed the act. However, Hawkins, isn’t quite so sure.

The Hearst & Davies Affair
    Starring: Robert Mitchum & Virginia Madsen

Gripping TV movie about the infamous newspaper baron, William Randolph Hearst & his very public affair with actress Marion Davies. All the behind closed doors details are covered from his failed run at the presidency to him almost losing his entire fortune on the movie business he foolishly dove into.

Heat of Anger
    Starring: Susan Hayward, James Stacey, Tyne Daly
                       & Lee J Cobb

A classic TV Movie.. A woman attorney and her young associate defend a wealthy contractor accused of murdering an ironworker who was having an affair with the contractor's daughter.

Helen Keller: The Miracle Continues
    Starring: Mare Winningham, Blythe Danner,
                    Perry King, Vera Miles, Peter Cushing
                        & Jack Warden

This Made for TV movie, continues the story of “The Miracle Worker.” We follow Helen off to college where she meets and exceeds the challenges before her, including her mentor & friend is falling in love with a colleague of Helen’s and Helen begins to realize that she will eventually face life on her own.

Here Come The Munsters
    Starring: Edward Herman, Veronica Hamel,
                    Robert Morse, Christine Taylor,
                    Matthew Botuchis & Troy Evans

The Munsters come to America to search for Herman's brother-in-law Norman Hyde, only to find out that he has turned himself into Brent Jekyll, who is running for congress, and Grandpa must make a formula to change Norman back.

The House That Would Not Die
    Starring: Barbara Stanwyck, Richard Egan,
Michael Anderson Jr & Kitty Wynn

This movie centers on Ruth Bennett and her niece Sara Dunning. They move into the house of Ruth's recently deceased aunt and shortly thereafter they learn the house is possessed by two ghosts of the original owners who were from the time of the Revolutionary War. Shortly after arriving Ruth discovers a family Bible hidden in a secret compartment of a roll top desk. Contained within is the name of the original owner which includes the name of his deceased wife and also a name that has been crossed out in ink. As the movie progresses we learn the identity of this person and the reason for it being obliterated through the possession of niece Sara and Pat McDougal.

    Starring: Lee Remick, Jill Claybaugh & Alex Rocco

Based on Gail Sheey's book, this film chronicles how a reporter for a New York City magazine decided to investigate the city's prostitution industry to find out just who was making all the money. What she found out caused a firestorm of controversy that many of the city's richest and most powerful families and corporations benefited directly and indirectly from the illegal sex business.

In Love with an Older Woman
    Starring: John Ritter, Karen Carlson, Jeff Altman,
                        Jamie Rose & Clark Brandon

John Ritter plays as a 29 year old bachelor, Robert Christenberry, successful attorney with a prominent law firm who falls in love with a legal investigator assigned to his office, Isobel Ross (Karen Carlson), age 43, and while Robert opens his heart and craves marriage with her, Isobel, divorced with a 24 year old daughter, holds a more sensible attitude toward their affair, and complications result, both at and away from their workplace.

In The Arms of a Killer
    Starring: Jaclyn Smith, John Spencer, Nina Foch
                        & Michael Nouri

A rookie detective's investigation of a particularly brutal murder takes a personal turn for her when her lover turns out to the their main suspect.

    Starring: Kirstie Alley, Lee Horsley, Robert Englund, 
                    Courtney Thorne-Smith, Lindsay Parker
                    & Laurie O’Brien

Married wildlife photographers, Lee Horsley and Kirstie Alley, seem to have it all including a child on the way. When Alley suffers a miscarriage, she shuts down and turns away from her husband. He finds solace in an affair with Laurie O'Brien-who happens to be his wife's best friend.

Isn't It Shocking
    Starring: Alan Alda, Louise Lasser & Edmond O'Brien

A small-town sheriff is confronted with the deaths of local senior citizens and strange goings-on in his town.

* Please note that the quality of this feature falls into the  “Fair- Good” range and is listed at the lower price of $17.95

It's Only Rock & Roll
    Starring: Davy Jones (of the Monkees) & Carole King

This Made for TV movie follows the story of a young band on the verge of superstardom. Should they follow the direction of a sleazy record company exec or follow their hearts and be true to the music?

Jane Doe
    Starring: Karen Valentine, William Devane
                      & Julie Brown

Jane Doe, is an amnesiac with no clue as to her true identity. She does know that she's recovering from a brutal attempted murder. She also knows that a psychopath--a serial killer known as the Roadside Strangler--is tracking her every move. But why?

The Jayne Mansfield Story
    Starring: Loni Anderson & Arnold Schwarzenegger

The story of Jayne Mansfield, who traveled to Hollywood in the 1950's with the idea of becoming the next Marilyn Monroe. Made for television Classic.

The Jazz Singer
    Starring: Jerry Lewis, Molly Picon
                    & Anna Maria Alberghetti

In this adaptation of the Rafaelson play, Lewis plays a small time night club comic-singer who is about to get a big break on national television but is at odds with his father who is a Cantor that feels his son is not in the proper vocation. When the father falls ill, Jerry must grapple with filling in for his ailing father or perform on television for his big break. An extremely RARE TV Movie from 1959.

Jimmy Stewart Christmas TV Special Double Feature

Mr. Krueger’s Christmas
    Starring: Jimmy Stewart, Beverly Rowland, Kamee Alissa & Tamara Flower

Willy Krueger, a lonely and aging widower, lives in a basement apartment with only his cat George for company. Finishing his work for the day as the custodian for the building, he ventures out on Christmas Eve to buy a tree and on the way, he imagines he is a well-dressed gentleman while peering at some fine tailoring in a shop window along the snowy street. Returning home, he falls asleep listening to an LP by The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, dreaming that he is conducting them in carols of the season. Awakening to find some carollers outside his window, he beckons them to visit him offering hot chocolate, but they leave after only one song. In trimming the tree, he places upon it the mittens left behind by Clarissa, the youngest of the carolling group. Handling figures of the small nativity beneath his tree, Willy finds himself in the manger for the very first Christmas. He also finds the true reason to celebrate as he prayerfully thanks the infant Jesus for being his closest, finest friend who was with him during the first few hours after losing his wife Martha and at other difficult times. Returning for the mittens, the carollers determine that they really need a bass voice to fill-out their singing before finishing the evening with a turkey dinner

Merry Christmas with Love, Julie
    Starring: Julie Andrews, Jimmy Stewart, Rich Little, Steve Lawrence,
                  Alice Ghostly, Carl Riener & Joel Grey

Julie Andrews acclaimed special from 1979 has Julie & Jimmy showing each other Christmas in their hometowns with many skits and musical numbers along the way.

Jimmy Stewart Rarities Double Feature

Sentimental Journey
    Starring: Jimmy Stewart, Joe Gallison, Don Mullin, Judy Huff, Bob Hicks
                  & Tom King

One of the rarest & hardest to find Jimmy Stewart movies. A 30 min made for TV film where Jimmy plays a retiring Airline Pilot on his last flight, Upon landing he sees a plane that is the exact replica of the one he flew during the War, and remembers back on his early days as a pilot.

Important News

    Starring: Charles Sale, Jimmy Stewart, Granville Bates, Al Herman
                   & Billy Dooley

The 2nd movie Jimmy Stewart made was this short, about a small town newspaper. When a well-known gangster is killed in a small town, the local newspaper editor must decide whether the story is important enough to his readers to put it on the front page.

Keeping Secrets
    Starring: Suzanne Somers, Michael Learned,
                    Ken Kercheval, David Birney & Susan Krebs

Somers portrays herself in this autobiographical account of her life and struggles of growing up with an alcoholic father, getting pregnant in high school, being flat broke and arrested for uttering bad checks, struggling to make it in Hollywood while being a single parent, having an affair with a married man, posing for nude pics & still being able to look at herself in the mirror every day. The movie really focuses very little attention, if any, on her accomplishments in the entertainment industry other than a reference to her role in American Graffiti & instead telling the story that few fans ever get to see…one of how a star got to the top.

Kill Me if You Can
    Starring: Alan Alda & Talia Shire

The true story of Caryl Chessman, a convicted California rapist who spent 12 years on death row before finally being executed. The case was in the national headlines for years, as Chessman enlisted the aid of a beautiful female attorney, whose career was ruined, as she filed appeal after appeal for Chessman, believing him to be innocent and railroaded into the charges.

KISS Meets The Phantom of the Park
    Starring: KISS, Deborah Ryan & Anthony Zerbe

The tale of rock band KISS and their efforts to thwart a diabolical plan by mad scientist Abner Devereaux. Devereaux has found a way to clone humans into robots in his laboratory at an amusement park. It just so happens that he plans to uses the KISS concert as a platform to unleash his plan on the world. KISS must use their special powers ( given to them via the 2 super successful Marvel Comics of the late 70’s ) to stop him.

The Last Days of Pompeii
    Starring: Linda Purl, Olivia Hussey, Laurence Olivier,
                      Ernest Borgnine, Lesley-Anne Down,
                      Nicholas Clay, Ned Beatty
                        & Anthony Quayle

This six-hour TV adaptation of Edgar Bulwer-Lytton's 1834 best-seller The Last Days of Pompeii was arguably more faithful to its source than any of the earlier film versions -- and inarguably the most expensive version of all, boasting a 19,000,000-dollar budget and a truly spectacular cast. In recounting the events leading up to the cataclysmic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D., the film, like the novel, introduces a veritable coliseum full of colorful fictional characters: stalwart Athenian Glaucus, religious-zealot Egyptian Arbaces, and mighty gladiator Lydon, all of whom vie for the affections of high-born Ione and lowly, sightless slave girl Nydia. Also around and about are wealthy merchant Diomed, belly-dancing courtesan Chloe, and a handful of theatrical characters along with spectacular sets. Quite an achievement for a TV movie.

Life of the Party: The Story of Beatrice
    Starring: Carol Burnett & Lloyd Bridges

Fact-based TV movie about a woman named Beatrice who compensates for her shyness and lack of self-respect by drinking heavily. Beatrice's husband tolerates his wife’s alcoholic intake until he can stand no more. She begins attending Alcoholics Anonymous and cleans up her act. But that's not the end of the story: Beatrice then sets out to establish a halfway house for other female alcoholics. The domestic scenes between the couple are just as compelling as Beatrice’s climactic dealings with bureaucracy during her efforts to realize her dream.

The Linda McCartney Story
    Starring: Elizabeth Mitchell, Gary Bakewell
                   David Lewis, Nicole Oliver, Matthew Harrison                    George Segal

Based on Danny Field's biography about photographer and activist Linda Eastman McCartney and her 30-year relationship with musician Paul McCartney, beginning as the Beatles headed toward their breakup and ending in 1998 with Linda's death from breast cancer at age 55

Listen to Your Heart
    Starring: Kate Jackson & Tim Matheson

Two career-minded individuals fall in love, and attempt to pursue their work goals side-by-side. They soon find that working together puts a strain on their relationship.

Little Ladies of The Night
    Starring: Linda Purl, Louis Gossett Jr., David Soul,
                        Clifton Davis, Kathleen Quinlan,
                         Vic Tayback, Dorothy Malone
                            & Katherine Helmond 

The sister of ex-pimp and current Los Angeles Police detective Kyle York was murdered working the streets a few years ago. Since his reform, he has teamed with Officer Russ Garfield to clear the streets of under-age girls working in prostitution. Pretty, young runaway Hailey Atkins has been turned out. Down deep she wants to go straight but has had great difficultly escaping her pimp and doesn't even have a place to go. York and Garfield go out on a limb to try and help.

The Long Hot Summer
    Starring: Don Johnson, Cybill Shepherd, Jason Robards,                     Ava Gardner, Judith Ivy, William Russ
                    & Wings Hauser

A drifter is befriended by a wealthy land baron who invites him into his home. Most of the family mistrusts their new guest, while one tries to seduce him. The drifter is bribed into courting the baron's spinster daughter which starts a battle of wills on the road to passion.

Love is Never Silent
    Starring: Mare Winningham, Sid Caesar
                        & Cloris Leachman

The story of a young hearing woman growing up with deaf parents and the problems her situation poses to her. From fear and embarressment to love and devotion for her parents she grows as aperson and enlightens other hearing people along the way.

Lucky Chances
    Starring: Sandra Bullock, Vincent Irizarry,
                    Michael Nader, Nicolette Sheridan,
                    Mary Frann, Audrey Landers,
                    Anne-Marie Johnson & Stephanie Beacham

Based on the novels "Chances" and "Lucky" by Jackie Collins, this miniseries features the rise of Gino Santangelo in the Las Vegas casino industry, and his daughter Lucky's subsequent struggle to maintain the family empire.

M.A.N.T.I.S.: The TV Pilot Movie
    Starring: Carl Lumbly, Bobby Hosea & Gina Torres

In this pilot feature for the short lived TV series, a brilliant, wheelchair-bound scientist invents a form of exo-skeleton called the Mechanically Augmented Neuro Transmitter System (M.A.N.T.I.S.) that turns him into a superhero and gives him the ability to fight the crime wave that is engulfing his city.

Mafia Princess
    Starring: Susan Lucci & Tony Curtis

Based on the story of Antoinette Giancana, Susan Lucci plays a mobster's daughter who is trying to learn the truth of her father's shady dealings in this made-for-TV movie. Tony Curtis plays the boss, Sam Giancana.

The Man
    Starring: Audie Murphy & Thelma Ritter

A psychological thriller made for TV movie as part of the old Ford Startime Theater..A truly rare gem & a must for any Audie Murphy Fan!!!

The Man From Left Field
    Starring: Burt Reynolds, Reba McEntire & Joe Theisman

After taking a job managing a little league team, a homeless man inspires the kids to reach for it all and they inspire him to reclaim his life.

The Man Who Hated Laughter 

This animated feature was originally aired in 1972 as part of ABC’s Saturday Superstar Movie. The story tells the tale of an evil man, Professor Morbid Grimsby, and his assistant Brutus, who use an evil computer to devise a plan to kidnap all the Sunady comics characters published by Kings Syndicate: Popeye, Olive Oil, Dagwood & Blondie, The Katzenjammer Kids, Snuffy Smith, Beetle Bailey & Sarge, Hi & Lois, & The Little King, and hold them captive on a secret island so they could no longer make people laugh. The comics are tricked into taking a vacation aboard Grimsby's yacht, The S.S. Hilarious. With the world free of laughter, The White House calls upon the adventure characters: The Phantom, Mandrake, Lothar, Flash Gordon, Prince Valiant, Tim Tyler & Steve Canyon to rescue the missing funnies. An enjoyable fim for the entire family.

Missing Children: A Mother's Story
    Starring: Mare Winningham, Polly Holiday,
                    Jayne Wyatt, Peter Scolari, Richard Dysart,
                    Scatman Crothers & Kate Capshaw

A woman’s husband walks out on her and their three children shortly after WWII. With no where to turn for help taking care of her kids while she struggles to get on her feet to support them, she seeks help from a children’s rescue mission to temporarily take care of her children. The mission however, takes advantage of the fact that she is unable to read or write, and trick her into signing over the children for adoption. When a generous law firm offers her help, it is soon revealed that the mission is a front for a child selling ring, run by the judge overseeing her case.

    Starring: Victoria Principal, Guy Boyd & Joanna Kerns

Rae Colton, had started off in life with so much promise, headed for the big lights of Hollywood. Instead of pursuing an acting career, she meets a married millionaire and becomes a "kept" woman. Rae stays with him for nine years, believing that he'll divorce his wife. In the meantime, he strung her along and discouraged her from pursuing a career, preferring instead to have her available at all times for his benefit. When her lover suddenly dies, Rae finds herself with no money, no house, and no car. She is forced to start all over again at the age of 38. Nobody will hire her for acting jobs, she gets fired from a department store job, and has no skills. Penniless and desperate, she goes back into the mistress business. Her dreams of fame, marriage and family are all gone now, and she feels like a deer that is hopelessly trapped.

Mrs. Sundance
    Starring: Elizabeth Montgomery & Robert Foxworth

The girlfriend of the Sundance Kid is on the run with a price on her head, when she hears rumors that the Sundance Kid may still be alive.

The Morning After
    Starring: Dick Van Dyke, Lynn Carlin, Linda Lavin
                   Don Porter

A successful public relations man's refusal to admit his alcoholism jeopardizes his career, his family and his life.

Muggable Mary: Street Cop
    Starring: Karen Valentine, John Getz & Vincent Gardenia

A great made-for-television flick!! Mary is a single mother with a disabled child who makes a living as a undercover cop catching johns, muggers, and rapists. A great made-for-television flick A largely forgotten classic!

Murder in Three Acts
    Starring: Tony Curtis, Peter Ustinov & Emma Samms

Hercule Poirot's assistant, Hastings, calls him down to Acapulco in Mexico where he can write his memoirs but Hastings drags him to a party populated with Hastings' new friends. There's Janet Crisp - the writer, Daisy Eastman and her daughter 'Egg', Ricardo Montoya, Dr. Strange, Miss Milray the housekeeper and Charles Cartwright the famous American actor. But at the party another guest - Rev. Babbington - dies from poisoning and when Dr. Strange also dies from poisoning, Poirot must swing into action before the serial killer strikes again.

Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story
    Starring: Deidre Hall & Daniel Hugh Kelly

This TV Movie stars Deidra Hall playing herself in the story of her life. From her rise to stardom to her much publicized marriage and adoption. An inspiring true story for any fan of this legendary TV star.

On Trial: Lee Harvey Oswald
Starring: Vincent Bugliosi, Ruth Paine, Gerry Spence
                     & Edwin Newman

Among the most heinous criminal acts ever committed on American soil is the assassination of United States President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. When accused gunman Lee Harvey Oswald was himself shot to death two days later while in police custody, Americans were denied hard answers to a brutal and bewildering mystery.
This pseudo-docudrama recalls all of the surviving witnesses to determine the guilt or innocence of the man believed to have murdered JFK. First broadcast by the Showtime cable network in 1986 to mark the 23rd anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, This is a daring, one-of-a-kind experiment with the goal to heal a nation. Features prosecuting attorney Vincent Bugliosi and defending attorney Gerry Spence, two of the most publicly revered legal minds of the 20th century.

*Please note that the quality of this feature falls into the  “Fair- Good” range and this 2 disc set is listed at the lower price of  $26.95

Onassis: The Richest Man in the World
    Starring: Raul Julia, Jane Seymour & Anthony Quinn

The story of the life and the many loves of Aristotle Onassis is told.  From his meager beginnings to being one of the world's richest and most powerful figures . From his first wife, his many affairs, and the shameful marriage to Jackie Kennedy.

Once A Hero (Movie Pilot)
    Starring: Jeff Lester, Josh Blake & Caitlin Clarke

The pilot to the very short lived TV Series. Captain Justice, A Super-Hero from the comic books is transported to the real world, and finds himself befriended by a young boy who has every issue of the comic books. Stuck in the real world, Captain Justice decides to fight crime here with the youngster at his side and,  the help of a very doubtful detective.

The Park is Mine
    Starring: Tommy Lee Jones, Helen Shaver,
                    Yaphet Kotto & Gale Garnett

A Vietnam vet takes forceful control of Central Park to remember those who served and died in the Vietnam War.

Passport to Terror (aka Dark Holiday ) 
    Starring: Lee Remick, Norman Aleandro
Tony Goldwyn

An American woman decides to take a break after a difficult divorce, but her holiday in Turkey turns into a nightmare when she is wrongfully accused of smuggling antiques. Based on a true story.

The Petrified Forest
    Starring: Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall
                    & Henry Fonda

The ultra hard to find remake of Bogey's immortal 1936 film, redone for TV's Producer's Showcase in 1957....Idealist/loser Alan arrives at the Maple service station and falls in love with the waitress Gabby Maple. She persuades the Chisholms to give him a ride on their way to California. They are stopped by Duke Mantee and his gang who take the car. Alan walks back to warn Gabby but Mantee is already there. Alan signs over his insurance policy to Gabby and arranges for Mantee to kill him. A posse arrives and Alan is shot in the battle. He dies in Gabby's arms knowing she can realize her dream of studying art in Paris. A true must have for any BOGEY fan!!!

    Starring: Linda Purl, Joanna Cassidy, Tracy Nelson
                        & Barry Bostwick

Three related women have summer romances in this drama. The first has recently been deserted by her husband. When an old college beau shows up, sparks fly. Meanwhile her sister is wrestling with a rock star. And finally her daughter  goes abroad and gets involved with a non-English speaking young man.

Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story
    Starring: Farrah Fawcett, Burl Ives & Anne Francis

This sprawling bio-pic is about Barbara Hutton, heiress to the immense Woolworth store fortune. She was married 7 times. Cary Grant was one of her husbands. He was the only one to renounce all claims to her fortune, yet the couple was  called "Cash and Cary". Hutton's life took her to exotic locales like Denmark and Morocco. Nearly all of her husbands treated her poorly. A social butterfly, she was a bad mother to her only son whose death in a plane crash broke her heart.

Popeye Doyle
    Starring: Ed O’Neill, Matthew Laurence, Candy Clark,                         Audrey Landers & James Handy

While Popeye Doyle is investigating what appears to be a very simple drug overdose, he becomes involved in international intrigue. The Mosad and various other foreign diplomatic figures turn up everywhere he goes. The drug overdose becomes a very involved murder case. Loosely based on a case real life Detective popeye Doyle worked on after the ‘French Connection’ case, this movie served as the pilot to a TV series that was never picked up.

Portrait of a Showgirl
    Starring: Lesley Ann Warren, Tony Curtis & Rita Moreno

The story of 3 vegas showgirls trying to make the bigtime in the city of sin is played out to perfection.

Portrait of a Stripper
    Starring: Lesley Ann Warren & Vic Tayback

The touching portrayal of a young mother (and dance student) who travels to California after the death of her husband. In order to pay the bills she takes up burlesque dancing. To her dismay, the club she works at is sold to new owners who transform it into a hardcore strip club, where the dancers must bare all. Reluctantly, she performs. Unfortunately, a photographer hired by her father-in-law is in the audience, who snaps some naughty pics of her performing. He uses these to try and get custody of his grandson.

Rage of Angels
    Starring: Jaclyn Smith, Ken Howard & Armand Assante

Based on Sidney Sheldon's novel. A young, Assistant District Attorney is used by a ruthless attorney to get his client off. In the aftermath, she is fired and almost disbarred, but fights back to become a top attorney, torn between two lovers: the attorney who set her up and a married lawyer with political aspirations.

    Starring: Angie Dickinson, Eva LaRue
                    & Jeffrey Nordling

Vanessa Fullerton will never forget the nightmare of her mother’s tragic death. As a grown woman, however, she gains the emotional strength to recount the saga of her mother’s remarkable life, and to heal a lifetime of painful memories. Based on the Danielle Steel Best-Seller.

Reunion at Fairborough
    Starring: Robert Mitchum, Deborah Kerr & Red Buttons

World War II vets travel to England for a reunion at their old base. Once there, one rekindles an old romance with an old flame.

Right of Way
    Starring: Jimmy Stewart & Bette Davis

Bette Davis and Jimmy Stewart star in this story about about an aging couple who want the right to choose their own time of death. The subject of euthanasia has and always will be controversial. When this telemovie was released in the early 80's, the subject matter was very much ahead of its time.

The Ring
    Starring: Natassia Kinski, Rupert Perry-Jones,
                        Linda Lavin & Michael York

During WW II, a young German woman is separated from her family and imprisoned by the Nazis. After being freed she falls in love with and marries a German officer. When Berlin falls to the Russians, and her husband killed, she flees to America, carrying his unborn child, all the while not giving up hope that she will find her family, tied together by her mother's ring. Based on the Danielle Steele Best-Seller.

Rookie of the Year
    Starring: John Wayne, Vera Miles, Ward Bond
                    & Patrick Wayne

A reporter recognizes a hot young baseball player as the son of a former famous - and infamous - ballplayer who was accused of throwing the World Series. This is a long lost TV movie from 1955 & is very rare!! A true must have for any fan of the Duke.

Sarah T: Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic
    Starring: Linda Blair, Larry Hagman, Verna Bloom,                             William Daniels, Mark Hamill, Eric Olson
M Emmet Walsh

Yes, Sarah drinks. Drinks as though she has to, no matter what happens. Big trouble for anybody. And little Sarah is only 15. Finding herself unable to cope with the divorce of her parents and the stress of daily life, 15-year-old Sarah Travis starts drinking in secret. At first, alcohol provides comfort and release. Then it sends her life spiraling out of control.

Satan's School for Girls
    Starring: Kate Jackson, Pamela Franklin & Cheryl Ladd

The ORIGINAL made for TV Cult Classic from 1973 !!! A young woman investigating her sister's suicide at a private girls' school finds herself battling a satanic cult.

The Screaming Woman 
    Starring: Olivia de Havilland, Ed Nelson,
                    Laraine Stephens, Joseph Cotton
                    & Walter Pidgeon

A wealthy former mental patient goes home to her estate to rest and recuperate. While walking the grounds one day she hears the screams of a woman coming from underneath the ground who has been buried alive. Her family, however, refuses to believe her story, and sees the incident as an opportunity to prove the woman's mind has snapped so they can take control of her money

Sentimental Journey
    Starring: Jaclyn Smith, Maureen Stapleton, Cyd Charisse,
                        Tony Martin & David Dukes

A precocious child has a profound effect on the lives of a successful Broadway producer and her husband.

A Shadow on The Sun

    Starring: Stefanie Powers, Claire Bloom
                      Peter Bowles & John Rubenstien

The singular life of Beryl Markham - renowned aviatrix, author and adventurer - is depicted. Raised by her father in colonial East Africa, Beryl hunted with the Maasai, bred thoroughbred horses, romanced Denys Finch-Hatton and defied constraining social rules. Based upon her own memoir 'West With the Night'.

    Starring: Karen Valentine, Tom Atkins
                      & Dee Wallace-Stone

A nurse-therapist uses her dog to reach emotionally disturbed children where she works.

Small Sacrifices
    Starring: Farrah Fawcett, Ryan O'Neal & John Shea

Based on the factual book by Ann Rule, Farrah Fawcett in the role of real-life US postal worker Diane Downs. Mrs. Downs drives her three children to the local hospital's emergency entrance: one child is already dead, and the other two have been seriously wounded. Diane claims that the killer was a man who'd tried to steal her car. But the police think otherwise. The prosecutor rips apart Diane's story in court. What comes to surface is a tawdry tale of a neurotic, narcissistic woman who is pushed over the edge when spurned by her lover.

Summer Solstice
    Starring: Henry Fonda, Myrna Loy, Stephen Collins
                      & Lindsay Crouse

The distinguished co-stars alone will induce most film fans not to miss this TV film, for Henry Fonda, in his last movie appearance, is teamed with the great Myrna Loy, also in her last performance. It is a story of two people and their lifelong devotion to one another despite obstacles which could have torn them apart time and time again.

Sweet Hostage 
    Starring: Linda Blair, Martin Sheen, Jeanne Cooper,
                    Lee de Broux & Bert Remsen

An escaped mental patient kidnaps an illiterate teenage farm girl and takes her to his mountain hide-away, where they soon become friends and, eventually, lovers.

The Taking of Flight 847: The Uli Derickson Story
    Starring: Lindsay Wagner, Eli Danker & Leslie Eastbrook

This made-for-television film documents the takeover of the TWA airliner in flight from Athens to Rome in 1985. The focus is on the flight attendant, Uli Derickson, whose courage and hope helped save all but one of the passengers on the plane. The movie chronicles the first 2 days and the aftermath.

Thin Ice
    Starring: Daniel Hugh Kelley, Kate Jackson &
                        Lillian Gish

A teacher has an affair with one of her students who is 18. The backlash of the community & the perils of losing her job force the of age couple to make some tough decisions concerning their lives.

    Starring: Joan Fontaine

This classic rare TV production from the 1950’s, tells the story of a young beautiful woman, that has convinced all her friends that she is about to get married within hours to a man none of them has ever heard of or seen. This is all suspect to them, as Trudy reveals to them that she simply can get what she wants by merely wishing for it. Her friends go on and prepare for a wedding to help her snap out of this dream world she has created. Is she dreaming, or are her abilities for real?

Westinghouse Studio One: Abraham Lincoln
    Starring: Robert Pastine, James Dean & Judith Evelyn

A live television production about the life of the American president. James Dean, 21 years old, plays a Union soldier slated for execution for sleeping on duty who is sent for by Lincoln.

White Water Rebels
    Starring: Catharine Bach & James Brolin

A renegade canoeist who illegally runs a river to protest its exploitation by a greedy corporation is joined in his efforts by a beautiful reporter, out to get the true story.

The Windmill
    Starring: Jimmy Stewart & Barbara Hale

A down & out rancher has a plan to bring water to the farmers of a dry region of land in the old west. But he has to raise $500.00 to purchase a windmill & equipment to build the irrigation system. After the bank turns his loan down, he enters a 6 shooter contest in town. To win he will have to reveal a deadly secret from his past and loose his family. However, if he doesn’t win, he risks loosing his land & his family both. This is a long lost TV movie from the GE Theater series from the late 50’s….A true must for any Stewart fan!!!

A Winner Never Quits
    Starring: Mare Winningham, Keith Carradine,
                        Dennis Weaver & Ed O'Niell

Fact-based story of a young boy who lost his right arm in a childhood accident, but went on to fulfill his dreams of playing major-league baseball. Pete Gray (Keith Carradine) had to overcome the early taunts of his childhood playmates. With the support of his Pennsylvania coal mining father (Dennis Weaver) and his brother (Ed O'Neill), who dreams of being a boxer, he learns to battle for what he wants. Finally in 1943, he is hired to play for a minor league team - the Memphis Chicks in the Class A Southern Association. Initially considered a freak and a box office attraction, he survives the taunts of his teammates and bats .333 his rookie year, steals 63 bases and led the league' outfielders in fielding percentage. Ultimately he won the league's MVP award. In 1945, the St. Louis Browns brought him into the major leagues. A parallel story is also told about the ball player's friendship with a young boy (Huckleberry Fox) who had also lost his arm and dreamed of one day playing baseball. In fact the idea for the movie came from co-producer James Keach whose brother had gone to school with the younger boy and became aware of the events involving the ball player and boy.

Women at West Point
    Starring: Linda Purl, Jameson Parker & Andrew Stevens

The story of the first women to enter the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, and how they--and the school--faced the resultant problems

Wonder Woman
    Starring: Cathy Lee Crosby, Ricardo Montalban,
                    Kaz Garas, Anita Ford & Andrew Prine

The 1974 Made-for-TV classic. Princess Diana leaves Paradise Island to bring to the world of mankind, the benefit of her extraordinary powers. She takes a job at the NSA as secretary to Steve Trevor, Chief of Field Operations. When a set of books that are vital to American security turn up missing from United States Government offices in Rio, Paris, Berlin, Istanbul and London, that contain a complete list of all U.S. field agents, their cover identities, their current assignments and every top-secret and military code, Wonder Woman goes undercover to recover the books & save the world from an evil genius. Based on the DC comic.

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