For a screen adventure bubbling with excitement, take the dive with Shirley (Goldfinger) Eaton, schemer David McCallum, misanthrope Keenan Wynn and the dazzling denizens of the deep in this Ivan Tors (Flipper) production. Lloyd Bridges stars as the leader of a perilous deep sea mission. Apocalyptic tidal waves caused by earthquakes threaten to destroy the world's coastal cities, and the fate of the earth is in the hands of six scientists. In its state-of-the-art nuclear powered submarine, the intrepid team confronts all the wonders and terrors of the deep: rock formations that are both beautiful and treacherous; a giant moray eel; and a spouting volcano sucking them into its fiery crater. Filmed in the Great Barrier Reef, Florida and the Bahamas, Around the World Under the Sea features spectacular underwater photography and special effects.
Based on the beloved children's book, this exciting tale set in the picturesque French Alps follows the friendship of a 6-year-old boy and a stray dog who prove to be heroes when they help defend their occupied village from the Nazis.
Embark on an amazing adventure awash with intrigue over land and sea. Hayley Mills stars as fearless Mary Grant, whose only clue to her missing father -- a sea captain -- is a mysterious message in a bottle. One clue leads to a thousand thrills when Mary, her brother and their fellow searchers must brave earthquakes, fire, flood and even a giant condor on their perilous rescue mission.
Let your spirits soar with this lighter-than-air adaptation of Jules Verne's classic tale. A ragtag crew of such unlikely associates as Jacques (Fabian) and Fergusson (Sir Cedric Hardwicke) race across uncharted African territory in a unicorn-shaped balloon. Accompanied by playboy American reporter Donald O'Shay (Red Buttons), the explorers are sidetracked, snared and drawn into battle with slaves, sneezing sultans, and sandstorms. Along the way, they meet up with a beautiful missionary (Barbara Eden), and an equally lovely slave girl (Barbara Luna) whom Jacques takes under his wing. With its excellent cast and breathtaking backdrops, Five Weeks In A Balloon is a buoyant blend of romance, adventure and laughter that adds up to grand family entertainment.
Turbulent, fast-paced comedy adventure (one of the best of its time) about unhappy billionaire Belmondo, whose suicide attempts keep failing. When he hires some killers to do him in, he falls in love with beautiful Andress and wants to reverse the deal. Belmondo is ideally suited to this role, exotic locations and lots of stunts make this a joy to watch. A worthy companion piece to the Bond movies of that time.
Geena Davis (THELMA & LOUIS, BEETLE JUICE) and Matthew Modine (MARRIED TO THE MOB, FULL METAL JACKET) deliver a tidal wave of nonstop action and adventure in this swashbuckling saga of ruthless pirates, buried treasure and bloodthirsty betrayal.
This rugged adventure takes sibling rivalry to new heights when a luxury airliner crashes into the side of a mountain. Young, brash Robert Wagner, in one of his earlier roles, is determined to climb the treacherous peak in an effort to plunder the craft. Spencer Tracy, as his soft-spoken superstitious and sensitive older brother, is horrified by his brother's quest. Yet, he also knows that without his help his brother will not survive the climb. Filmed on location in the French Alps, this breathtaking feature boasts terrific performances from both Tracy and Wagner.
Produced and co-written by Academy Award®-Winner Thomas Langmann (THE ARTIST) and featuring the beautiful Laetitia Casta (ARBITRAGE), WAR OF THE BUTTONS follows Lebrac, a pre-teen rebel in WWII-occupied France. Lebrac enjoys leading "wars" between rival gangs of kids, but once he falls for a young Jewish girl in danger of being exposed by the Nazis, he must put aside the petty conflicts to unite the gangs and protect his love. In doing so, Lebrac and the other children confront the very real war happening around them.
Stewart Granger keeps his sword in hand and tongue in cheek in this swashbuckling romp costarring Sylva Koscina (Hercules) and co-written by Academy Award® nominees Fay and Michael Kanin (Teacher's Pet, 1958). With a smile on his lips and a twinkle in his eye, dashing English soldier of fortune Thomas Stanwood (Granger) sells his sword to the highest bidder. So when Siena's cruel Spanish overlord Don Carlos (Riccardo Garrone) hires him to protect his fiancée, the beautiful Tuscan noblewoman Lady Orietta (Koscina), Stanwood happily complies. His allegiance soon changes, however, when Orietta's innocent young sister (Christine Kaufmann) is ordered to marry Captain Hugo (Fausto Tozzi), Don Carlos' sadistic cousin. Joining the rebel group known as The Ten, Stanwood enters the deadly horse race of Siena in a daring attempt to rouse the people, depose Don Carlos and claim Orietta as his own.
Three different people are catapulted into dramatic and unforeseen circumstances in the wake of a terrible car crash: a young punk stumbles into the sinister underground world of dog fighting; an injured supermodel's designer pooch disappears into the apartment's floorboards; and an ex-radical turned hit man rescues a gunshot Rotweiler. From Mexico City's mean streets to its posh high-rises|no one is exempt from destiny.
Climb aboard the Nautilus and into a strange undersea world of spellbinding adventure! Kirk Douglas, Paul Lukas, and Peter Lorre star as shipwrecked survivors taken captive by the mysterious Captain Nemo, brilliantly portrayed by James Mason. Wavering between genius and madness, Nemo has launched a deadly crusade across the seven seas. But can the captive crew expose his evil plan before he destroys the world? Disney's brilliant Academy Award®-winning (Best Art Direction and Best Special Effects) adaptation of Jules Verne's gripping tale makes 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA a truly mesmerizing masterpiece!
Cartouche is the story of a kid from the back streets who wants to become king of Paris. Brought up amongst petty thieves, he becomes their leader through an audacious and elegant coup which wins him the love of the beautiful Venus. Inspired by his gang and his love for Venus, Cartouche rules without equality over Paris' underworld. He repeatedly escapes the clutches of his sworn enemy, the Lieutenant General of the police, Ferrussac. After a near brush with death, Cartouche discovers Madame de Ferrussac with whom he falls in love. Heartbroken, Venus nonetheless forgives him.