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The Legend Of Walks Far Woman(1982)
A Native American named Walks Far Woman (Raquel Welch) works to avenge her father's death.
That Night(1992)
In 1961 Long Island, 10-year-old Alice Bloom is trying to understand just how love works only to be teased by her playmates. Along with that, she starts idolizing 17-year-old Sheryl O'Connor across the street by watching her from bedroom window and copying everything from her favorite record to the...
The Gift(1979)
The Last Horror Film(1982)
A New York taxi driver (Joe Spinell) stalks a beautiful actress (Caroline Munro) attending the Cannes Film Festival, which coincides with a series of violent killings of the lady's friends. -imdb.com aka Fanatic
The Lady From Yesterday(1985)
Vietnam veteran Craig Weston (Wayne Rogers) and his wife Janet (Bonnie Bedelia) are living an everyday life when Craig is visited by a woman he had an affair with when in country. Her name is Lien (Tina Chen) and she wants Craig to take care of the child they had.
Angel III:The Final Chapter(1988)
Molly Stewart is now a freelance photographer,but once again returns to the streets, to find her missing sister.Starring Mitzi Kapture and Mark Blankfield.
Any Which Way You Can(1980)
In this sequel to"Every Which Way But Loose",Philo Beddoe decides to retire from street fighting,and rekindles his romance with Lynn.Only problem,gangsters kidnap Lynn,and Philo is forced to fight Jack Wilson(a mixed martial artist)to save her.Starring Clint Eastwood,Sandra Locke,Geoffrey Lewis,and...
Hollywood Hot Tubs(1984)
In order to keep from going to jail,for vandalism,a teen take a job at his uncle's hot tub repair business.Starring Edy Williams,Mark Costello,and Paul Gunning.
Hot Moves(1984)
Four California teenagers make a pact, to lose their virginity before their senior year.Starring Michael Zorek and Jill Schoelen.
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