In the aftermath of a brutal rape, a beautiful woman has begun to hunt down her attackers. Harry has to find her and stop her before she kills again or her attackers find her.
Eastwood sets out with Chief Dan George to seek revenge on the men who left him for dead.
4) Death game
Two close women seduce and torment a businessman in his plush San Francisco home.
Philo Beddoe, a regular easy-going, beer-drinking truck driver and the toughest barroom brawler west of the Rockies, lives with a 165-pound orangutan named Clyde. When he finally falls in love, it's with a flighty singer who leads him on a crazy chase across the Southwest.
Philo Beddoe, the easygoing truck driver and bare-knuckle brawler, and his 165-pound orangutan pal, Clyde, get into more mischief in this faster and funnier sequel to Every Which Way but Loose. Beddoe is hoping to 'retire' from fighting. But a new contender lures him back, and mobsters kidnap his girl to ensure he'll turn up for the showdown. Ma, Orville, and those hapless motorcycle morons called the Black Widows all return for more fun.
7) The gauntlet
Phoenix cop Ben Shockley's dream of breaking 'the big case' has faded over time. His assignment to escort from Las Vegas 'a nothing witness for a nothing trial' seems like another meaningless exercise. Until the fireworks start.
8) Bronco Billy
A man who runs a down on its luck traveling Wild West show. Along the way he picks up a snooty, rich young woman who was left in the desert by her fiancée without any money. He likes her spirit and hires her as his assistant.
Outlaw Josey Wales (1976, 136 min.): After avenging his family's brutal murder, Wales is on the lam, pursued by killers but bound to a ragtag group of outcasts. Pale rider (1985, 116 min.): A stranger named Preacher defends the underdogs when a corporate mining boss attempts to drive independent miners away.
With fresh memories of his family's slaughter by Red Leg soldier Terrill (Bill McKinney), Confederate Josey Wales (Eastwood) refuses to join his captain Fletcher (John Vernon) and the rest of his comrades in surrender to a U.S. Army regiment. Deemed a dangerous outlaw after a bloody one-man battle with that regiment, Josey is pursued by U.S. Cavalry soldiers led by the unwilling Fletcher and the murderous Terrill, as well as by bounty hunters who...
When deaf-mute John Singer moves to a sleepy Southern town to be near his hospitalized friend, a brain-damaged man-child, Singer's silent kindness draws to him others broken in body and spirit. "John Singer, who is deaf . . . moves from a small town in order to be close to his institutionalized friend Antonapoulos, who is deaf and mentally impaired. Singer rents a room with a family whose father, Mr. Kelly, is unable to earn a living due to a serious...
A social misfit, WILLARD is made fun of by his co-workers, and squeezed out of the company started by his deceased father by his boss. His only friends are a couple of rats he raised at home, Ben and Socrates. (And their increasing number of friends) However, when one of them is killed at work, he goes on a rampage using his rats to attack those who have been tormenting him.
In bizarre, unrelated turns of events, Ray and Helen each happen upon large sums of money which give them the chance to re-invent themselves.
14) Ray Meets Helen
In bizarre, unrelated turns of events, two strangers Ray (Keith Carradine) and Helen (Sondra Locke) each happen upon large sums of money which give them the chance to re-invent themselves.