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Papá soltero (1939)

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Vanishing Point (1971) -- (Movie Clip) That Isn't Even A Felony R-rated material here, as a Nevada deputy (Owen Bush) hears from Colorado of offenses committed by Kowalski (Barry Newman) before he crossed the state line, and when he stops for gas, another piece of his backstory, in Vanishing Point, 1971, directed by Richard C. Sarafian.
Greased Lightning (1977) -- (Movie Clip) I Don't See Any Bullet Holes After a childhood bicycle racing episode in prologue, director Michael Schultz's opening, introducing Richard Pryor as will-be moonshine runner and race driver Wendell Scott, returning to Virginia from WWII, Minnie Gentry his mom, friends including Civil Rights leader Julian Bond as "Charlie," Pam Grier and Cleavon Little, in Greased Lightning, 1977.
Kansas Pacific (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Bleeding Kansas From the opening credits, Barton MacLane as railroad man Bruce, Harry Shannon the crusty engineer "Smokestack," Douglas Fowley with the gun among the Confederate-backed vandals, in Kansas Pacific, 1953, starring Sterling Hayden.
Blazing Saddles (1974) -- (Movie Clip) Where Would I Find Such A Man? Crooked Attorney General “Hedley Lamarr” (Harvey Korman) needs an idea to deliver an incompetent new sheriff to Rock Ridge, so he snags Bart (Cleavon Little) from the medieval hangman, then visits the governor (writer-director Mel Brooks), who’s easily led, in Blazing Saddles, 1974.
Blazing Saddles (1974) -- (Movie Clip) In My Dwessing Woom Wrapping up her Dietrich-roasting anachronistic saloon number (an original by writer-director Mel Brooks), Lili Von Shtupp (Madeline Kahn) has been hired to seduce the resourceful new sheriff Bart (Cleavon Little), now running with “The Waco Kid,” rude business, in Blazing Saddles, 1974.
Blazing Saddles (1974) -- (Movie Clip) I Wouldn't Do That One of the best gags, the nasty for-hire cowboys (led by Slim Pickens) don’t know what they’re getting into when the threaten the black sheriff Bart (Cleavon Little), now aided by his sobered up gunfighter pal “The Waco Kid,” (Gene Wilder), in Mel Brooks’ Blazing Saddles< 1974.
Davy Crockett And The River Pirates (1956) -- (Movie Clip) We're In Dead Man's Shoot! Still on the Ohio and racing keel-boats to New Orleans, Fink (Jeff York) and his crew play a trick on Cap’n Cobb (Clem Bevans) and his inexperienced crew led by Davy (Fess Parker) and Georgie (Buddy Ebsen), a big action scene in Walt Disney’s Davy Crockett And The River Pirates, 1956.
Davy Crockett And The River Pirates (1956) -- (Movie Clip) King Of The River Loaded with pelts after a long hunting season, Davy (Fess Parker) and Georgie (Buddy Ebsen) reach the Ohio and meet boisterous Mike Fink (Jeff York), who makes a lousy offer, and Cap’n Cobb (Clem Bevans) who has an alternative, early in Walt Disney’s Davy Crockett And The River Pirates, 1956.
Lone Ranger, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) It Was A Hard Land Apparently Gerald Mohr (though not credited) on the narration, opening producer Jack Wrather's debut after buying out the radio and TV franchise, introducing Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels, with Technicolor action from Kanab, Utah, in the first big screen production of The Lone Ranger, 1956.
Lone Ranger, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) The Lone Ranger's Horse! The well-meaning governor (Charles Meredith) has been secreted to a church where he's surprised to meet an old prospector, who turns out to be the title character (Clayton Moore) in cagey thespian mode, loyal Tonto (Jay Silverheels) at the ready, in the first movie version of The Lone Ranger, 1956.
Lone Ranger, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) White Man Talk With Two Tongues Investigating ranchers' claims of Indian raids on livestock, Clayton Moore (title character) and Jay Silverheels (as "Tonto") visit the accused chief Red Hawk (Frank de Kova) and his second (Michael Ansara), in the first movie based on the hit TV series, The Lone Ranger, 1956.