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    Resurrection of the Daleks, Part One

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Resurrection of the Daleks
    London's Docklands, 1984. Why are uniformed policemen gunning down strangely-dressed vagrants in broad daylight? A prison ship in the far future - who is the sole prisoner aboard the craft? And why are these two locations linked by the time corridor the TARDIS has been sucked into?
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    Guns

    • Media releases: Guns
    Guns is a 1990 action film about a group of female agents who are sent to take out a South American gun runner. The film was written and directed by Andy Sidaris, and stars Erik Estrada, Dona Speir, Devin DeVasquez, Cynthia Brimhall, and Danny Trejo. An international crime lord stages a brutal murder in Las Vegas to lure federal agents away from Hawaii in an attempt to smuggle assault weapons to drug traffickers in South America.
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    N.

    Stephen King's "N." is a graphic video series with artwork created by comic book artist, Alex Maleev and José Villarrubia. It was adapted by Marc Guggenheim with creative oversight from Stephen King.
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    6 votes
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    The Seeds of Doom, Part Three

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Seeds of Doom
    England: The 20th Century. After they return from England after their Antarctic ordeal, Chase tries to eliminate the Doctor and Sarah Jane, but they escape and track him down at his estate, where he is preparing to open the Krynoid pod.
    8.20
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    The Ribos Operation, Part Three

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Ribos Operation
    Prisoners of the maniacal Graff Vynda K, the Doctor and Romana must break out and pursue the first segment – even as Unstoff takes it into the most dangerous place on Ribos.
    8.00
    5 votes
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    Enlightenment, Part Three

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Enlightenment
    After receiving a warning from the White Guardian, the Doctor initially believes the TARDIS has landed aboard an Edwardian clipper ship - but all is not as it seems. While the time travellers are caught up in the omnipotent Eternals' race for the ultimate prize, the Black Guardian's scheme to destroy the Doctor enters the end-game - but which side is Turlough a pawn of?
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    4 votes
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    Hard Hunted

    • Media releases: The Triple B Collection: Do or Die
    Hard Hunted is a 1992 action/adventure film starring Dona Speir, Roberta Vasquez, Cynthia Brimhall, Bruce Penhall and Geoffrey Moore. It was directed and written by Andy Sidaris.
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    6 votes
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    Picasso Trigger

    Picasso Trigger

    • Media releases: Picasso Trigger
    Picasso Trigger is a 1988 action adventure film starring Steve Bond, Dona Speir, Hope Marie Carlton, Roberta Vasquez, Cynthia Brimhall, and Harold Diamond. It was written and directed by Andy Sidaris.
    8.50
    4 votes
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    The Keeper of Traken, Part One

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Keeper of Traken
    The planet Traken. The Traken union is a society living in perfect harmony, watched over by the powerful but benign Keeper. But now the Keeper is dying, and he senses a great evil within his protectorate. Can the Doctor help him discover the secret of the Melkur?
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    I Love to Singa

    • Media releases: The Jazz Singer
    I Love to Singa is a Merrie Melodies animated cartoon directed by Tex Avery, produced by Leon Schlesinger, and released to theatres on July 18, 1936 by Warner Bros. and Vitaphone. I Love to Singa depicts the story of a young owlet who wants to sing jazz, instead of the classical music that his German parents wish him to perform. The plot is a light-hearted tribute to Al Jolson's film The Jazz Singer. "I Love to Singa" was first a song written by Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg for the 1936 Warner Bros. feature-length film The Singing Kid. It is performed three times in the film: first by Jolson and Cab Calloway, then by the Yacht Club Boys and Jolson, and finally again by Calloway and Jolson. During this period, it was customary for Warners to have their animation production partner, Leon Schlesinger Productions, make Merrie Melodies cartoons based upon songs from their features. The cartoon has, in recent years, taken on something of a cult following, with a pervasive impact on popular culture. The short, one of the earliest Merrie Melodies produced in Technicolor's 3-strip process, is recognized as one of Avery's early masterpieces. I Love to Singa depicts the story of a young
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    4 votes
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    The Keeper of Traken, Part Three

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Keeper of Traken
    The planet Traken. The Traken union is a society living in perfect harmony, watched over by the powerful but benign Keeper. But now the Keeper is dying, and he senses a great evil within his protectorate. Can the Doctor help him discover the secret of the Melkur?
    7.50
    4 votes
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    The Seeds of Doom, Part Four

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Seeds of Doom
    England: The 20th century. The Doctor is captured by Chase, who plans to breed the stolen Krynoid pod. The Doctor is placed in an automated compost hopper and only Sarah Jane can save him...but will she make it before the Krynoid grows to fruition?
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    5 votes
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    Do or Die

    • Media releases: The Triple B Collection: Do or Die
    Do or Die is a 1991 action film starring Cynthia Brimhall, Pat Morita and Erik Estrada. It was directed, written and produced by Andy Sidaris.
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    3 votes
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    Planet of Evil, Part Three

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Planet of Evil
    The edge of the known universe, in the year 37,166. The TARDIS lands on the planet Zeta Minor, where a Morestran survey team has suffered a series of horrific killings. What dark secret does the team leader keep - and will the planet permit anyone to leave?
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    3 votes
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    The Ribos Operation, Part One

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Ribos Operation
    The Magellanic Clouds, the planet Ribos, an unknown time. Ordered by the White Guardian to collect the pieces of the omnipotent Key to Time, The Doctor, K-9 and his new assistant Romana arrive. Collecting the first segment is not going to be easy…
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    4 votes
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    Planet of the Daleks, Episode Two

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Planet of the Daleks
    The planet Spiridon, the year 2540. The Doctor and Jo arrive on the trail of the Daleks, and find unexpected allies in the shape of a Thal suicide squad. But what has brought the Daleks here in the first place?
    8.67
    3 votes
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    The Seeds of Doom, Part Five

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Seeds of Doom
    England, the near future. The Krynoid grows to monstrous size and traps the Doctor and the others in a cottage. The creature demands they turn over the Doctor, while Chase seeks to make an alliance with the alien vegetation.
    8.67
    3 votes
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    Black Orchid, Part Two

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Black Orchid
    The TARDIS arrives on Earth in 1925 where, due to a case of mistaken identity, the Doctor ends up playing in a local cricket match, but events take on a more sinister tone at the country home of their host Lord Cranleigh.
    6.75
    4 votes
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    The Seeds of Doom, Part Six

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Seeds of Doom
    England, the near future. The Doctor, Sarah Jane, and Scorby are trapped in the manor as a possessed Chase stalks them from within, while the gigantic Krynoid prepares to crush them from without. Worse, the alien plant is ready to germinate, spreading its seeds across England.
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    3 votes
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    The Hand of Fear, Part Three

    • Media releases: The Hand of Fear
    The energy of the reactor has returned the mysterious Eldrad to life. The Doctor agrees to take her back to Kastria. But what is waiting for them there?
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    3 votes
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    Dating: Do's and Don'ts

    • Media releases: Classroom Scare Films Vol. 4: Manners, Health & Safety
    Dating Dos and Don'ts is a 1949 instructional film designed for American high schools, to teach adolescents basic dating skills, produced by Coronet Instructional Films and directed by Gilbert Altschul with the assistance of Reuben Hill, Research Professor of Family Life at the University of North Carolina. In this film, the boy is the sole initiator of any contact with the girl, and all arrangements are made under the warm supervision of the family, particularly a matriarchal housewife for a mother. The film follows a young adolescent boy, Woody, who receives tickets for "one couple" to the Hi Teen Carnival. At different stages in the film, it offers options on how Woody might respond to various situations: The film then shows three options, for each opportunity, ending with what it deems the most successful. This allows the filmmakers to create an idealized scenario for a perfect first date. Woody is cautioned not to ask a girl out based on her looks as she could be aloof or boring. Instead he should ask a girl who is "fun." He is similarly told to be straightforward and not to insist that his potential date give up some other activity for him. Finally, the film depicts the
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    2 votes
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    The Brain of Morbius, Part Three

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Brain of Morbius
    While the Doctor goes to confront the Sisterhood to seek a cure for Sarah Jane's blindness, Solon realizes that he must transfer Morbius' brain into a new body before it is too late.
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    3 votes
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    The Hand of Fear, Part Four

    • Media releases: The Hand of Fear
    The Doctor and Sarah race to save the mortally wounded Eldrad. But they find that everything is not quite as she told them.
    9.00
    2 votes
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    The Two Doctors, Part One

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Two Doctors
    The alien space station J7, the mid-1980s Earth time. The Time Lords have sent the second Doctor and Jamie here to try to stop dangerous experiments into time travel. But the station comes under attack from the Sontarans and far away in space and time the sixth Doctor goes into psychic shock...
    5.75
    4 votes
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    Planet of the Daleks, Episode Four

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Planet of the Daleks
    The planet Spiridon, the year 2540. The Doctor and Jo arrive on the trail of the Daleks, and find unexpected allies in the shape of a Thal suicide squad. But what has brought the Daleks here in the first place?
    7.00
    3 votes
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    Castrovalva, Part Three

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Castrovalva
    The Doctor has arrived in the supposed safety of Castrovalva. But something is odd about the seemingly tranquil city…
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    2 votes
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    2 votes
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    The Five Doctors

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Five Doctors
    The Five Doctors is a special feature-length episode of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, produced in celebration of the programme's 20th anniversary. It had its world premiere in the United States, on the Chicago PBS station WTTW and various other PBS member stations on 23 November 1983, the anniversary date. It was transmitted in the United Kingdom two days later (25 November). A mysterious figure begins to use a Time Scoop to bring the previous incarnations of the Doctor, some of his former companions (Susan Foreman, Sarah Jane Smith, and Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart) and archenemies (including the Daleks and Cybermen) into the Death Zone on Gallifrey. Though the figure is able to bring the First, Second, and Third Doctor into the zone, the Fourth Doctor along with Romana becomes stuck in the time vortex. The Fifth Doctor, while relaxing on the Eye of Orion with Tegan and Turlough, suddenly feels pains as his former selves are taken from their time streams, and returns everyone to the TARDIS. The various Doctors, recognising the Death Zone, direct their companions towards the large tower near its center, avoiding the various foes and monsters that have
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    2 votes
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    Castrovalva, Part Two

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Castrovalva
    The TARDIS is plunging toward destruction. But even if the Doctor can escape, is yet another trap waiting?
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    3 votes
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    The Ribos Operation, Part Two

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Ribos Operation
    Trying to obtain the first segment of the Key to Time, the Doctor and Romana are swept up in an elaborate con. The target – the homicidal Graff Vynda K.
    10.00
    1 votes
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    Planet of Evil, Part One

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Planet of Evil
    The edge of the known universe, in the year 37,166. The TARDIS lands on the planet Zeta Minor, where a Morestran survey team has suffered a series of horrific killings. What dark secret does the team leader keep - and will the planet permit anyone to leave?
    8.00
    2 votes
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    Planet of the Daleks, Episode One

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Planet of the Daleks
    The planet Spiridon, the year 2540. The Doctor and Jo arrive on the trail of the Daleks, and find unexpected allies in the shape of a Thal suicide squad. But what has brought the Daleks here in the first place?
    8.00
    2 votes
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    Island of Lost Souls

    • Media releases: Island of Lost Souls
    Island of Lost Souls is a 1932 American science fiction horror film starring Charles Laughton, Richard Arlen, Leila Hyams, Bela Lugosi and Kathleen Burke as the Panther Woman. The film was directed by Erle C. Kenton and produced by Paramount Pictures from a script co-written by science fiction legend Philip Wylie, the movie was the first film adaptation of the H. G. Wells novel The Island of Dr. Moreau, published in 1896. Both book and movie are about an obsessed scientist who is secretly conducting surgical experiments on animals on a remote island. Shipwrecked traveler Edward Parker (Richard Arlen) is rescued by a freighter delivering animals to an isolated South Seas island owned by Dr. Moreau (Charles Laughton). When Parker objects to the freighter's captain (Stanley Fields) mistreating M'ling (Tetsu Komai), an odd looking passenger, the captain tosses Parker overboard into Montgomery (Arthur Hohl) and Moreau's boat. Moreau offers Parker the hospitality of his home and introduces him to Lota (Kathleen Burke), a beautiful, gentle girl who seems a bit simple. When the two hear screams coming from a locked room, which Lota calls the house of pain, Parker investigates. He sees
    6.33
    3 votes
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    Planet of Evil, Part Two

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Planet of Evil
    The edge of the known universe, in the year 37,166. The Morestran crew believe the Doctor and Sarah Jane are responsible for the deaths of their personnel, but the Doctor warns that a greater danger threatens them and all the galaxy.
    7.50
    2 votes
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    Resurrection of the Daleks, Part Three

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Resurrection of the Daleks
    As the surviving station crew work to destroy the space station, Davros consolidates his power and the Daleks launch a fiendish scheme to use the Doctor against the Time Lords.
    7.50
    2 votes
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    The Awakening, Part One

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Awakening
    The sleepy English village of Little Hodcombe, 1984. The village re-enactment of the English Civil War is in full swing, but a malign alien presence intends the mock-battles to be rather more realistic than planned...
    7.50
    2 votes
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    The Seeds of Doom, Part Two

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Seeds of Doom
    Two employees of the millionnaire Harrison Chase arrive at the Antarctic base, and they will stop at nothing to get hold of the second seed-pod.
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    3 votes
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    Planet of Evil, Part Four

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Planet of Evil
    The edge of the known universe, in the year 37,166. The TARDIS lands on the planet Zeta Minor, where a Morestran survey team has suffered a series of horrific killings. What dark secret does the team leader keep - and will the planet permit anyone to leave?
    9.00
    1 votes
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    The Brain of Morbius, Part Four

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Brain of Morbius
    Morbius lives once more, but as a rampaging beast. The Doctor is forced to ally with Dr. Solon to bring him to heel, but the two disagree about what should happen to Morbius.
    9.00
    1 votes
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    The Keeper of Traken, Part Four

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Keeper of Traken
    The planet Traken. The Traken union is a society living in perfect harmony, watched over by the powerful but benign Keeper. But now the Keeper is dying, and he senses a great evil within his protectorate. Can the Doctor help him discover the secret of the Melkur?
    9.00
    1 votes
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    The Two Doctors, Part Two

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Two Doctors
    The alien space station J7, the mid-1980s Earth time. The Time Lords have sent the second Doctor and Jamie here to try to stop dangerous experiments into time travel. But the station comes under attack from the Sontarans and far away in space and time the sixth Doctor goes into psychic shock...
    9.00
    1 votes
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    Planet of the Daleks, Episode Three

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Planet of the Daleks
    The planet Spiridon, the year 2540. The Doctor and Jo arrive on the trail of the Daleks, and find unexpected allies in the shape of a Thal suicide squad. But what has brought the Daleks here in the first place?
    7.00
    2 votes
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    Enlightenment, Part Two

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Enlightenment
    After receiving a warning from the White Guardian, the Doctor initially believes the TARDIS has landed aboard an Edwardian clipper ship - but all is not as it seems. While the time travellers are caught up in the omnipotent Eternals' race for the ultimate prize, the Black Guardian's scheme to destroy the Doctor enters the end-game - but which side is Turlough a pawn of?
    5.33
    3 votes
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    The Awakening, Part Two

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Awakening
    The sleepy English village of Little Hodcombe, 1984. The village re-enactment of the English Civil War is in full swing, but a malign alien presence intends the mock-battles to be rather more realistic than planned...
    6.50
    2 votes
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    The Brain of Morbius, Part Two

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Brain of Morbius
    The Doctor is captured by the Sisterhood, and Sarah Jane is blinded freeing him. The Doctor has no choice but to go back for a cure, unaware that he is leaving Sarah Jane in the hands of a treacherous Dr. Solon and the renegade Time Lord Morbius.
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    Planet of the Daleks, Episode Six

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Planet of the Daleks
    The planet Spiridon, the year 2540. The Doctor and Jo arrive on the trail of the Daleks, and find unexpected allies in the shape of a Thal suicide squad. But what has brought the Daleks here in the first place?
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    1 votes
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    Castrovalva, Part One

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Castrovalva
    Southern England, 1981. The universe has been saved, but at the cost of the fourth Doctor's life. The newly-regenerated fifth Doctor must rely on his friends to survive as the regeneration threatens to fail…
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    2 votes
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    Day of the Warrior

    • Media releases: The Triple B Collection: Do or Die
    Day of the Warrior, sometimes credited as L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies: Day of the Warrior is a 1996 B-Movie written and directed by Andy Sidaris. The film follows The Legion to Ensure Total Harmony and Law (L.E.T.H.A.L.) as they attempt to track a criminal known only as The Warrior. The Warrior (Marcus Bagwell) is a former Olympic gold medalist, ex-CIA agent, pro wrestler, fine art dealer, diamond smuggler and pornography bootlegger. He is assisted by former American Gladiators star Zap (Raye Hollitt); this movie came out immediately after her Playboy pictorial the same year. Hot on his trail are the L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies headed up by Commander Willow Black (former Penthouse Pet Julie Strain) and assisted by Agent Tiger (former Playboy Playmate Shae Marks) and Agent Cobra (former Penthouse Pet Julie K. Smith). This was Andy Sidaris' first directed film since 1993's Fit to Kill and his return to the film genre he is often credited as creating, the T&A&G film. (He did produce a couple of entries in the L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies series in 1993 and 1994, however) A traditional element of his films is the casting of many former Penthouse and Playboy models and much gunplay and explosions.
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    Enemy Gold

    Enemy Gold

    • Media releases: Enemy Gold
    Enemy Gold is a 1993 action/adventure film starring Bruce Penhall, Mark Barriere and Suzi Simpson. It was directed by Christian Drew Sidaris and written by Wess Rahn and Christian Drew Sidaris.
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    2 votes
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    Hard Ticket to Hawaii

    • Media releases: Hard Ticket to Hawaii
    Hard Ticket to Hawaii is a 1987 action adventure film starring Ronn Moss, Dona Speir, Hope Marie Carlton, Cynthia Brimhall, and Harold Diamond. It is best known for a scene in which a man, thought to be "smoking some heavy doobies", skateboarding on his hands upside down, and a blowup doll are individually hit with shoulder fired rocket.
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    Malibu Express

    Malibu Express

    • Media releases: Malibu Express
    Malibu Express is a 1985 action/adventure film starring Darby Hinton, Sybil Danning, Lori Sutton and Art Metrano. It was directed, written, and produced by Andy Sidaris. The film features 80's Playboy Playmates Kimberly McArthur, Barbara Edwards, Lorraine Michaels, and Lynda Wiesmeier in its cast as well. In it, Danning "cinched her image as B-budget bad girl". Regis and Joy Philbin cameo as talk show hosts. Espionage threatens the security of American Computer Technology and a skirt-chasing private investigator is coerced by the Feds to root out the spies among the rich, over-sexed socialites unknowingly supporting them. A wealthy playboy/private-investigator named Cody Abilene is hired by a Government Intelligence Operative to investigate a lead into who is selling computer technology to the Russians. While investigating rich socialites, amorous naked vixens, an ex-con with a penchant for blackmail, and keeping it all from his sexy lady cop friend Beverly Mcafee, Cody puts himself in the crosshairs of the traitorous tech-spies who will gladly kill to stay in business. The scope of the conspiracy is revealed after Cody and Beverly make love at a suspect's beachhouse, only to find
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    Planet of the Daleks, Episode Five

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Planet of the Daleks
    The planet Spiridon, the year 2540. The Doctor and Jo arrive on the trail of the Daleks, and find unexpected allies in the shape of a Thal suicide squad. But what has brought the Daleks here in the first place?
    7.00
    1 votes
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    The Two Doctors, Part Three

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Two Doctors
    The alien space station J7, the mid-1980s Earth time. The Time Lords have sent the second Doctor and Jamie here to try to stop dangerous experiments into time travel. But the station comes under attack from the Sontarans and far away in space and time the sixth Doctor goes into psychic shock...
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    2 votes
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    Castrovalva, Part Four

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Castrovalva
    The TARDIS crew are caught in a space-time trap. Escaping will mean a final confrontation with the Master.
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    Black Orchid, Part One

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Black Orchid
    The TARDIS arrives on Earth in 1925 where, due to a case of mistaken identity, the Doctor ends up playing in a local cricket match, but events take on a more sinister tone at the country home of their host Lord Cranleigh.
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    The Hand of Fear, Part Two

    • Media releases: The Hand of Fear
    The Doctor and Professor Watson struggle to stop first Sarah Jane and then Driscoll from obeying the strange and dangerous orders of the stone hand, which has suddenly come to life.
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    The Seeds of Doom, Part One

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Seeds of Doom
    The Antarctic, the near future. A strange seed-pod is unearthed from 20-thousand-year-old ice. The Doctor and Sarah go to investigate, but are too late to prevent the pod infecting a scientist and unleashing a threat to all animal life on Earth...
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    1 votes
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    Savage Beach

    • Media releases: Savage Beach
    Savage Beach is a 1989 action adventure film starring Dona Speir, Hope Marie Carlton, John Aprea and Bruce Penhall. It was written and directed by Andy Sidaris.
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    The Brain of Morbius, Part One

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Brain of Morbius
    The storm-lashed planet Karn. Near a graveyard of crashed starships, the demented surgeon Solon hides in his castle, the last acolyte of the Time Lord despot Morbius. He only needs one final item to make his master live again... and then the Doctor and Sarah arrive...
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    The Ribos Operation, Part Four

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Ribos Operation
    Trapped in the catacombs between a mad warlord and ravenous monsters, the Doctor and Romana work desperately to obtain the segement of the Key to Time - and escape alive.
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    Enlightenment, Part One

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Enlightenment
    After receiving a warning from the White Guardian, the Doctor initially believes the TARDIS has landed aboard an Edwardian clipper ship - but all is not as it seems. While the time travellers are caught up in the omnipotent Eternals' race for the ultimate prize, the Black Guardian's scheme to destroy the Doctor enters the end-game - but which side is Turlough a pawn of?
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    The Keeper of Traken, Part Two

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: The Keeper of Traken
    The planet Traken. The Traken union is a society living in perfect harmony, watched over by the powerful but benign Keeper. But now the Keeper is dying, and he senses a great evil within his protectorate. Can the Doctor help him discover the secret of the Melkur?
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    Enlightenment, Part Four

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Enlightenment
    After receiving a warning from the White Guardian, the Doctor initially believes the TARDIS has landed aboard an Edwardian clipper ship - but all is not as it seems. While the time travellers are caught up in the omnipotent Eternals' race for the ultimate prize, the Black Guardian's scheme to destroy the Doctor enters the end-game - but which side is Turlough a pawn of?
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    Resurrection of the Daleks, Part Two

    • Media releases: Doctor Who: Resurrection of the Daleks
    Lytton's men revive Davros as the Doctor fights off the Dalek in the warehouse. But alliances are shifting with each passing moment. Can anyone be trusted?
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    The Hand of Fear, Part One

    • Media releases: The Hand of Fear
    England, the near future. The TARDIS materialises in a quarry and Sarah is trapped under a rockfall. But what is the origin of the fossilized hand she is found gripping? And who is the Eldrad she keeps mumbling about?
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