The first US teleplay to deal sympathetically with homosexuality. Divorced San Francisco contractor Doug Salter is looking forward to a summer visit from his fourteen-year-old son Nick, who lives in Los Angeles with his mother Janet. The boy does not know that his father is gay and committed to Gary McClain, his life partner of several years.
Joe Eykner an opportunistic newspaper reporter, persuades wealthy, Santa Monica widow Linda Vale, to marry him. He and his girlfriend, Belle Martin, are planning on Bell soon dying from her heart ailment. But, renewed by love, Belle’s condition is rapidly improving, which prompts her impatient husband to scheme the murder, but police homicide-detective, Max Anderson, is asking a lot of questions.
After burying stolen treasure on a desert island, a pirate shoots his partner and leaves him for dead. After recovering, the man finds a 10-year-old boy on the island. Years later, the pirates meet again and shoot it out.
A New York fashion model finds herself being pursued by a poor but honest garage mechanic and a rich philanderer.
Based on George Ade’s play which, in part, was based on an incident in a 1902 election in Wyoming, with women’s-right-to-vote playing a large role. Here, Jim Hackler, local party-boss in a Wyoming county, has to decide to do what’s right and lose the election, or what’s wrong and win it.
Five men and two women, marooned survivors of an air crash, discover that they may be the only survivors of a world disaster.
Dreamlike satire about a young man who resists getting a job at the lone employing conglomerate in his dreary industrial town, but changes his mind when he discovers the plant’s boiler room has the perfect climate to assist him with his pet horticultural (fungal) project.
The movie follows the lives of a woman and a man starting from several generations earlier. The story spans a whole century and several continents.