Gorgeous tease, Kayden Kross, is a restless and horny lady, satisfying her sexual needs beyond what her handsome husband, Marcus London, can handle by hiring hot studs like Manuel Ferrara to come and pleasure her when she’s alone. Marcus has his own naughty needs, hiring beautiful chicks to service his lunchtime erections. Sizzling Vicki Chase, Kayden’s delicious next door whore is suspicious of all the well hung dudes coming in and out of her house and confronts her at a dinner party, uninvited. She gets drilled for her curiosity by thick member, James Deen. Erik Everhard bangs the big breasted secretary, Charley Chase, just for the nasty fun of it.
Bank clerk William Marble is desperate for money to pay his family's bills. When his wealthy nephew visits, Marble asks him for a loan, but the young man refuses. Marble decides to kill his nephew. It is a twisted path to justice after Marble is transformed by the crime he committed and the wealth he gains.
Screen legend and Academy Award-winner Bette Davis ("All About Eve," "Dark Victory") stars with Emmy-nominee Barry Sullivan ("Rich Man, Poor Man") in this compelling look at why people drift apart in marriage and seek divorce, with all its consequences.
Set in a California subdivision, the story follows four couples who have bought homes and are neighbors. Among the problems facing the couples are alcoholism, racism, and promiscuity.
The story truly revolves around the idea of, "NO DOWN PAYMENT" and the over extended nature of some of the families economic situation. Tony Randal is in a role that you would never expect, a car salesman and looking for a good time. Other issues include discrimination against a former war hero for lack of education. The morality lesson is clearly the reason for the film.
Mob leader Park Min-Wah has a bright idea to hire foreigners for a heist on a rival gang. From reliable sources he has learned that the rival gang will have 10 million dollars in cash within one of their buildings. Since the rival gang would immediately retaliate if Park Min-Wah and his soldiers would do the heist, hiring foreigners seems like a bright idea...
"The Leather Pushers" were a charming series of comedies based upon the story of a prize-fighter from the Colliers articles by H.C. Witwer. Each episode was self-contained and complete in itself. Formerly wealthy Kane Halliday ( Reginald Denny), fighting as the elegant "Masked Mystery", pays more attention to his flirtation with a chorus girl, Estelle, than his boxing career - frustrating his manager at every turn. Estelle, not realizing her new beau is is actually a prize fighter, is under the mistaken impression that he's a rich playboy, a belief that Halliday does nothing to correct. The manager sets out enlighten her in spectacular fashion!This entry from the series includes some terrific night scenes of New York's Times Square as it appeared in 1922. Titles from other Universal productions are prominently displayed on the theater marquees!
Chamaco finds himself on the wrong end of a firing squad after tracking an ex-Confederate to interrogate him about General Beauregard's missing gold. He's saved by a stranger who calls himself Stuart (Byrnes). Stuart claims to know the location of Beauregard's strongbox, and so Chamaco takes him to Blake's camp. After a sort of initiation by the gang, Stuart leads Blake's men back across the border to Durango to retrieve the gold. Source: SWDB www.spaghetti-western.net