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The Gay Deceivers Trailer, USA, 1969
The Gay Deceivers Trailer, USA, 1969

The Gay Deceivers is a 1969 gay-themed comedy film directed by Bruce Kessler.

Suddenly Last Summer Trailer, USA, 1957
Suddenly Last Summer Trailer, USA, 1957

Suddenly, Last Summer is a 1959 Southern Gothic mystery film based on the 1958 play of the same name by Tennessee Williams. The film was directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and produced by Sam Spiegel from a screenplay by Gore Vidal and Williams with cinematography by Jack Hildyard and production design by Oliver Messel. The musical score was composed by Buxton Orr, using themes by Malcolm Arnold.

The plot centers on a young woman who, at the insistence of her wealthy aunt, is being evaluated by a psychiatric doctor to receive a lobotomy after witnessing the death of her cousin Sebastian Venable while travelling with him in Spain the previous summer. The film stars Elizabeth Taylor, Katharine Hepburn, and Montgomery Clift with Albert Dekker, Mercedes McCambridge, and Gary Raymond.

Fortune and Men's Eyes Trailer, USA, 1971
Fortune and Men's Eyes Trailer, USA, 1971

Fortune and Men's Eyes is a 1967 play and 1971 film written by John Herbert about a young man's experience in prison, exploring themes of homosexuality and sexual slavery.

The Member of the Wedding Trailer, USA, 1952
The Member of the Wedding Trailer, USA, 1952

The Member of the Wedding is a 1952 American film noir drama film directed by Fred Zinnemann and starring Ethel Waters, Julie Harris, and Brandon De Wilde. The story, based on Carson McCullers' 1946 novel of the same name, is set in a small town in the Southern United States. Frankie Addams is an awkward, moody 12-year-old tomboy whose only friends are her young cousin John Henry and her black housekeeper Berenice.

The Strange One Trailer, USA, 1957
The Strange One Trailer, USA, 1957

The Strange One is a 1957 black-and-white film noir about students faced with an ethical dilemma in a military college in the Southern United States. It was directed by Jack Garfein, produced by Sam Spiegel, and was adapted from a novel and stage play by Calder Willingham called End as a Man. It marked the film debut of Ben Gazzara, George Peppard and Julie Wilson. Gazzara, Pat Hingle, Peter Mark Richman and Arthur Storch reprised their roles, after starring in the stage version.

Captain Lightfoot Trailer, USA, 1955
Captain Lightfoot Trailer, USA, 1955

Captain Lightfoot is a 1955 American CinemaScope Technicolor adventure film directed by Douglas Sirk starring Rock Hudson, Barbara Rush and Jeff Morrow and is a Hollywood adaptation of a book by W. R. Burnett written in 1954.

These Three Trailer, USA,  1936
These Three Trailer, USA, 1936

These Three is a 1936 American drama film directed by William Wyler and starring Miriam Hopkins, Merle Oberon, Joel McCrea, and Bonita Granville. The screenplay by Lillian Hellman is based on her 1934 play The Children's Hour.

Jackson County Jail Trailer, USA, 1976
Jackson County Jail Trailer, USA, 1976

Jackson County Jail is an American exploitation crime thriller film from 1976 directed by Michael Miller, starring Yvette Mimieux, Tommy Lee Jones, and Robert Carradine.

McMillan and Wife Trailer, USA, 1970s
McMillan and Wife Trailer, USA, 1970s

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McMillan and Wife Trailer, USA, 1970s, 2K

Something of Value Trailer, USA, 1957
Something of Value Trailer, USA, 1957

FILM TRAILERS, USA, SOMETHING OF VALUE, ROCK HUBSON, SIDNEY POITIER, AFRICA, DANA WYNTER, WENDY HILLER, MAU MAU

Pufnstuf Trailer, USA, 1970
Pufnstuf Trailer, USA, 1970

Pufnstuf is a 1970 American adventure comedy fantasy musical film produced by Sid and Marty Krofft Enterprises and released by Universal Pictures. It is based on the children's television series H.R. Pufnstuf.

The Soul of Nigger Charley Trailer, USA, 1973
The Soul of Nigger Charley Trailer, USA, 1973

The Soul of Nigger Charley is a 1973 blaxploitation and western film directed by Larry Spangler and starring Fred Williamson. It is the sequel to 1972's The Legend of Nigger Charley. It is followed by Boss Nigger. It is rated R in the United States