Marshall "Big Jim" Cole turns in his badge and heads to Wyoming with his family in order to settle on some land left him by a relative. He faces opposition both from a neighbor who wants ... See full summary »
In the post-war, the alcoholic and bitter veteran military and former writer Dave Hirsch returns from Chicago to his hometown Parkman, Indiana. He is followed by Ginnie Moorehead, a vulgar ... See full summary »
"Rocky" Wilson and his sidekick, Archer McGregor, American soldiers en route home from Korea, stop over in Tokyo. They instantly get involved in a sabotage plot and, inadvertently, end up ... See full summary »
George P. Breakston,
C. Ray Stahl
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When I was 16, in 1976, I was meant to be doing homework and subconsciously searching for role models other than Ernest Borgnine when I came accross this movie on TV. It instantly changed my perception on several fronts. It was everything I was looking for; absurdity, animal liberation, sexual references and more.
My predicament is this. I have not seen the movie again and rely on my old brain to recollect that magnificent hour and a half. [true] Perhaps others can relate to this. There is a part of me that wants to see the movie again and another part that wants to hold onto the glorious image of 1976. In any case it is unobtainable in this country. I appreciate the space for expressing my feelings, seriously.
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