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Jack E. Leonard is one of those who should be remembered for a style of comedy that has become a classic — the roast.
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This week on MovieZoot.com, we help you break out of the seasonal doldrums and release your dark fantasies with four murderous feature films including 1945’s And Then There Were None with Barry Fitzgerald and Walter Huston; 1995’s Death In Small Doses with Richard Thomas and Tess Harper; 1930’s Alfred Hitchcock Murder! with Herbert Marshall and Norah Baring; and 1956’s Alfred Hitchcock The Man Who Knew Too Much with Jimmy Stewart and Doris Day.
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This week, we prepare for Halloween with MovieZoot.com featuring four thrilling Classic Hollywood Horror films including Wes Craven’s cryogenic horro/thriller Chiller; Michael Anderson’s memorable psycho-thriller Dominique is Dead; George Romero’s All-American classic thriller Night of the Living Dead; and John Carpenter’s remake of the eerie Sci-Fi horror thriller Village of the Damned.
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With much more depth and courage than just his Western films portrayed him, Warren Oates gives some amazing performances in this week’s four featured MovieZoot.com free streaming movies on demand, including 1978’s China 9 Liberty 37; 1974’s Cockfighter; 1973’s Dillinger; and 1966’s The Shooting.
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Sometimes you just have to Dance! And this week MovieZoot.com is featuring four musicals with some of the most amazing stars in some pretty classical films including Bing Crosby and Rhonda Fleming in 1949’s A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court; Jane Frazee and Kenny Baker in 1947’s Calendar Girl; Fred Astaire and Jane Powell in 1951’s Royal Wedding; and June Allyson, Judy Garland and Lena Horne in 1946’s Till the Clouds Roll By.
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MovieZoot.com proudly presents four ‘bad girl’ films where the actresses made cinematic history with their outstanding performances including Brigitte Bardot in 1956’s Mademoiselle Striptease, Marlene Dietrich in 1931’s The Blue Angel, Karen Black in 1973’s The Pyx, and Sophia Loren in 1963’s Yesterday Today and Tomorrow.
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Escape today’s stress by binge-watching some great comedies on MovieZoot.com with these hilarious film and television collections that will transport you to another world with 8 episodes of The Three Stooges; 4 full-length films of The Marx Brothers; and 30 episodes of The Beverly Hillbillies.
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MovieZoot.com presents four such influential movies that have had tremendous influence on Tarantino and the Martial Arts genre in general, including Jackie Chan’s 1977 36 Crazy Fists, Bruce Lee’s 1971 Fists of Fury, Sonny Chiba’s 1976 The Bodyguard, and Fred Williamson’s 1987 blaxploitation film Black Cobra. Sit back, relax and stream some killer action movies with some truly amazing and gravity-defying action.
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This week, MovieZoot.com presents four classic dystopian post-apocalyptical movies from our collection with some of the finest performances from some extremely talented modern actors including 1975’s A Boy and His Dog with Don Johnson; 1987’s Deadline with Christopher Walken; 1985’s Hitler’s SS: Portrait in Evil; and 1960’s Two Women with Sophia Loren. Each brilliant. Each poignant. Each worth seeing again and again.
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This week, MovieZoot.com takes a look at four important classic psychological thrillers that still keep us on the edge of our seats chewing on our fingernails with 1979’s Dominique is Dead directed by Michael Anderson, 1955’s Diabolique directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot and also 1955’s The Man With the Golden Arm directed by Otto Preminger, and finally, 1956’s The Man Who Knew Too Much directed by the one-and-only Alfred Hitchcock.
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