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Eddie Moore is a younger drifter passing via the small city of Rockfield when all at once he gets confused through corrupt sheriff Leroy Rankin and his Deputy, Tylor. Later he meets up with waitress Camille "Cam" Johnson and each thin dip in a swimming pool owned via H.L. Rockfield, the richest man in the area. Later Tylor suggests up at his mansion and begins criticizing his business practices, something that he doesn't recognise is Sheriff Rankin is also there and hears each word he said, he then shoots Tylor and staggers away and manages to are trying to find refuge inside the returned of Cam's van. Felling his reputation as Sheriff might be tarnished if all and sundry unearths out approximately it. He blames Eddie and Cam for the killing and places out an APB. Endess car chases and shootouts occur as they are trying to stay alive.
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Truckdrivers help each other avoid the police by creating roadblocks by communicating on their CB radios.
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Virginal nerd Jon Pigeon works in a peculiar sex research institute in which patients run about the corridors naked, nude aerobics are encouraged and where no man is safe from a crotch grabbing old tea lady. In order to seduce office secretary Cheryl, Pigeon invents a machine nicknamed Agnes which emits a 'sonic aphrodisiac' that can turn any man or woman into an over-lustful sex maniac. While his attempts to zap Cheryl end in disaster, Pigeon has some fun turning the 'sexy ray' on his bullying boss Nutbrown and clean up campaigner Mary Watchtower.
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This adult movie is a costume period piece, filmed on location in Spain. Corey John Fisher stars as Don Quixote. The movie even included musical numbers, with suggestive lyrics too adult to be played on the radio.
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A disaster movie opening with an enormous multi-vehicle crash on a Californian highway. After the opening stunt-filled action, a flashback of the crash victims' lives prior to and leading up to the accident. The closing replays the entire "smash up" from various angles and in slow motion, depicting much carnage and indifference to the victims.
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Medieval soldier of fortune Ettore is travelling through Europe with his partners looking for fight where they can earn some money. When they come across a Spanish castle under siege by the French army, Ettore first bides his time to determine which side is the winning one (and thus more likely to pay his fee). This is as first the French, but the treatment he receives from them is unpleasant enough to make him change his mind and turn to the Spanish side. Somehow, Ettore must rally the weakened Spanish troops to battle their enemy long enough for reinforcements to arrive.
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A young woman with a long rap sheet who steals cars for a living is befriended by a public defender who tries to steer her straight. But her goal is to steal and subsequently sell enough cars (sometimes the same car more than once) to buy a new Ferrari.
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A documentary about the legendary creature, Bigfoot, with emphasis on him being the missing link.
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When his sister Betsy packs up and leaves the family's Montana cattle ranch to find fame and fortune in Hollywood, her brother Jim decides to follow after her to make sure she doesn't get into trouble. He's a little too late, however, since almost as soon as she gets off the bus, Betsy has her belongings stolen, then gets kidnapped, gang-raped, and is sold to a pimp to work for him as a prostitute. It is now up to Jim, with help from social worker Lynn, to rescue his sister and set things right.
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A countess' unrequited love for an army officer leads to disaster.
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"Where Adam Stood" is "based on" the 1907 autobiography, "Father and Son", by Christian fundamentalist and naturalist Edmund Gosse, but Dennis Potter adapted only one section of the book, adding much material of his own invention. The drama was filmed on the Devon coast near Torquay, not far from where Gosse lived. With a literal belief in the Old Testament, Philip Gosse is opposed to the new theories of Charles Darwin, espoused here by biologist Brackley. Assuming "the Lord's will" determines the fate of his ailing son Edmund, Philip Gosse creates a life-threatening situation, even suggesting the illness is God's punishment because of Edmund's desire for a toy ship. While looking at the ship in a shop window, Edmund is approached by the village's mad Mary Teague, and the deranged woman lures the child into the forest for an attempted sexual attack. He resists, throws a stone at her and flees. Later, he also resists and challenges his father's belief system by stating, "The Good Lord says I am to have the ship."
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The eleven-year-old Deirdre suffers from an incureable heart trouble. For two years, her parents Eugene and Ruth have consulted heart specialists - but without any success. Now they have gone to Mahone Bay in Canada, to arrange for her last days as pleasant as possible. The nine-year-old neighbour boy Phillip is the only one who brings a little happiness into the home, because Deirdre knows exactly whats wrong with her. After she suffered from an acute attack and the end comes faster than everybody had thought, Deirdre and Phillip succeed in celebrating the twelfth birthday of the girl as a day of joy.
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Police lieutenant Nyman is murdered in his hospital bed and Martin Beck and his colleagues have another murder to solve. They discover that Nyman was a very brutal and tough policeman who received many complaints about his brutality. Particularly interesting is a complaint from Åke Eriksson, whose wife died in police custody because of Nyman. Eriksson climbs up on a roof in central Stockholm and starts to shoot at people on the street below...