‘The Cardinal and the Corpse’ (or ‘A Funny Night Out’) marks the beginning of Petit’s loose partnership with writer Iain Sinclair. There’s a nod towards narrative here involving a book-search launched by graphic novelist Alan Moore and a dealer (the dapper but barking Driffield), but it’s little more than an excuse to showcase a number of authors and other miscreants.
Category: TV Movie
The son in a close-knit family of Wisconsin dairy farmers decides to get married and move out of the house, just as his mother discovers she has incurable leukemia and only a short time to live.
Queen of Sheba goes on a secret business trip to meet king Solomon. In the land of Israel, Solomon is trying to figure out a way to become the world’s supplier of frankincense. He sends an envoy to the tiny country of Sheba to announce his intentions. The Queen of Sheba, Nikaule, is outraged by Solomon’s greedy plan.
A photographer is chased by professional killers who have mistaken him for the person they’re really after.
Jack Bender directed this made-for-TV romance about an attorney who falls for his firm’s latest hire, a woman 15 years older than he.
A western movie about two young children and their loyal horse, Big Red, the only survivors of a wagon train massacre. They bravely struggle through the Utah wilderness, facing horse thieves and various adversities to be reunited with family.
Two teenage summer camp counselors struggle with their younger campers, providing a variety of humorous situations and romantic encounters.
The chilling tale of a high-rolling gambler who changes his ways and is determind to help the drifters, alcoholics and prostitutes who have come to depend on his “generosity”.