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The Alphabet Murders [Tony Randall]

The Alphabet Murders (1965) starring Tony Randall, Robert Morley, Anita Ekberg
The Alphabet Murders (1965) starring Tony Randall, Robert Morley, Anita Ekberg The Alphabet Murders is a spoof of the murder mystery movie. Tony Randall stars as Agatha Christie’s famous Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot.
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Hollywood or Bust [Jerry Lewis, Dean Martin]

Hollywood or Bust, starring Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Pat Crowley, Anita Ekberg
Hollywood or Bust (1956), starring Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Pat Crowley, Anita Ekberg Synopsis of Hollywood or Bust In Hollywood or Bust, Malcolm Smith is a star-struck movie fan. With his “lucky feeling” he wins a new convertible in a theater raffle.  But his ownership is challenged by compulsive gambler Steve Wiley,...
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Caprice

Caprice (1967) starring Doris Day, Richard Harris, Ray Walston, directed by Frank Tashlin
Caprice (1967) starring Doris Day, Richard Harris, Ray Walston, directed by Frank Tashlin Synopsis of Caprice  In Caprice, Doris Day plays Patricia Fowler, a spy hired to work undercover at a cosmetics company to discover a new formula that the firm is planning to market. But it soon transpires makeup is not the...
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Cinderfella

Cinderfella, starring Jerry Lewis, Ed Wynn, Anna Maria Alberghetti
Cinderfella (1960) starring Jerry Lewis, Ed Wynn Synopsis of Cinderfella In Cinderfella, Jerry Lewis plays Fella, a good-natured klutz left to take care of his stepmother and her two spoiled sons in a fabulous mansion. Fantasy provides Fella with a way of coping with his life until the day his...
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The Fuller Brush Man [Red Skelton]

The Fuller Brush Man (1948), starring Red Skelton, Janet Blair
The Fuller Brush Man (1948), starring Red Skelton, Janet Blair In a nutshell, The Fuller Brush Man is one of the funniest movies I’ve ever seen.   Red Skelton is at his finest, both in verbal comedy as well as in physical slapstick galore.   The basic plot...
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