Jump to content
 
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

Toast N' Jam

Members
  • Content Count

    66
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Toast N' Jam

  • Rank
    Advanced Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Las Vegas NV.

Recent Profile Visitors

503 profile views
  1. I think it's City In the Sea (1965) I has a the mansion on a cliff over the sea, secret door and a ocean creature kidnapping them down thru a cave under the ocean. But it in color not B&W Trailer
  2. Cash McCall (1960) With James Garner and Natalie Wood https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cash_McCall
  3. Might be : Virtue (1932) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtue_(film)
  4. It's the French movie La Belle Americaine (1961) The American Beauty Marcel, a simple-minded factory worker, is tricked into buying a high-priced American convertible by a widow determined not to let it fall into the hands of her late husband's secretary/secret lover. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0054676/reference
  5. Not a western movie but it sounds like a episode of Steven Spielberg's "Amazing Stories" episode Thanksgiving (1986) A man (David Carradine) and his stepdaughter (Kyra Sedgwick) find gold in a dry well which is also inhabited by "hole people." The episode is on Dailymotion Search Results Web results
  6. I'm looking for a war movie I saw on TV when I was a kid in the 60's which I have only a vague memory of it . It involves a merchant raider, AKA a Q-Ship. I'm pretty sure it was a German ship but I could be wrong about that and I think it's was made in the 1930's so it would be a WW I movie but again I could be wrong about that too. The only scene I can recall is the opening it's hatches on the side of the ship to expose it's cannons. It's not Suicide Fleet (1931) or The Seas Beneath (1931) Thanks
  7. It would be helpful if you tell us the approx years it was made.
  8. Might be Saleslady (1938) A young heiress moves away from home, takes a job in a Chicago department store and weds a co-worker who's unaware of his bride's wealthy background. It's on YouTube
  9. Looking for show I saw on PBS around the early 2000's about military training. The only episode I recall is ex-servicemen going thru a Roman Legionnaire boot camp. Since I always been fascinated with ancient Rome I found that episode interesting. Thanks
  10. That quote is in The General Dies At Dawn. The quote goes "Yes, you do that little thing." But it's said by a man to Madeleine Carroll.
  11. SummerStars No not it. This was more crudely animated as I recall, like a early Betty Boop cartoon. Thanks for the try.
  12. All this talk of taxing the wealth of the rich reminded me of a old cartoon I saw as a kid on TV. A home owner see's the taxman coming and I think hits a switch and the interior of his nice house turns into a dump. Kinda like those old movies where a illegal casino is quickly turned into something else just before being raided by the police. From the style of the animation I believe it's from the 30s and the characters I'm sure are anthropomorphize animals. I know its a tough one, I search YouTube but nothing came up. Thanks.
  13. Found it. It's was from a TV series that only lasted one season. Otherworld - Episode Rock and Roll Suicide (1985)
© 2020 Turner Classic Movies Inc. A Time Warner Company. All Rights Reserved Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Cookie Settings
×
×
  • Create New...