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    Ice station zebra

    • Year Released: 1968
    Ice Station Zebra is a 1968 action film directed by John Sturges, starring Rock Hudson, Patrick McGoohan, Ernest Borgnine, and Jim Brown. The screenplay by Alistair MacLean, Douglas Heyes, Harry Julian Fink, and W.R. Burnett is loosely based upon MacLean's 1963 novel of the same name. Both have parallels to real-life events that took place in 1959 (see below). The film was photographed in Super Panavision 70 by Daniel L. Fapp, and presented in 70 mm Cinerama in premiere engagements. The original music score is by Michel Legrand. The movie has an all-male cast. A satellite reenters the atmosphere and ejects a capsule which parachutes to the Arctic (85N 21W). During an ice storm, a figure soon approaches, guided by a homing beacon, while a second individual secretly watches from nearby. The scene shifts to Commander James Ferraday (Rock Hudson), captain of the U.S. nuclear attack submarine USS Tigerfish (SSN-509), stationed at Holy Loch, Scotland. He is ordered by Admiral Garvey (Lloyd Nolan) to rescue the personnel of Drift Ice Station Zebra, a civilian weather station moving with the ice pack. However, the mission is actually a cover for a highly classified assignment. Ferraday
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    The baby

    The baby

    • Year Released: 1973
    The Baby is a 1973 Horror-thriller film, directed by Ted Post and was written by Abe Polsky. It stars Anjanette Comer, Ruth Roman, Marianna Hill, Susanne Zenor, and David Mooney. It tells the story of a social worker who investigates an eccentric family which includes "Baby", a 21-year-old man who acts like an infant. The psychological horror is considered as Cult classic. Ann Gentry is a social worker, whose husband has been involved in a car crash, and takes up the case of the twisted and mysterious Wadsworth family, and takes a special interest in a member only called "Baby", a mentally impaired twenty-something who still acts and is treated like an infant by his mother and sisters. Ann is interested in Baby and wants to see if she can teach him to behave appropriately for his age group. The Wadsworth clan has been neglectful and abusive to Baby, but Mrs. Wadsworth has been extremely overprotective of him ever since his father left shortly after his birth, and isn't going to let another caregiver mess with her son. Eventually, Ann and her mother take Baby, and his mother and sisters come after them, but Ann and her mother kill them. We soon find out why she is so interested in
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    The man who loved women

    • Year Released: 1983
    The Man Who Loved Women is a 1983 comedy film directed by Blake Edwards and starring Burt Reynolds, Julie Andrews and Kim Basinger. It is a remake of the 1977 French film L'Homme qui aimait les femmes. It chronicles the affairs of an artist, David Fowler (Reynolds), as told from the perspective of his analyst and eventual lover, Marianna (Andrews). She chronicles his obsessive love of women, which leads to his eventual death. In this remake of François Truffaut's 1977 French sex farce, Burt Reynolds stars as David Fowler, a successful sculptor whose fast and loose lovelife slams him head-on into a mid-life crisis when his insatiable hunger for women begins to render him socially, artistically, and sexually impotent. His quest to end his losing streak leads him to the couch of attractive psychiatrist Marianna (Julie Andrews), to whom David must explain everything—beginning with his first sexual encounter—in an attempt to regain control of his life. While the original 1977 French film was greatly appreciated, the American remake however, was a box office flop and a critical failure. In the U.S, the film opened at #10 and went on to gross $10,964,231.
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