A big-game hunter brings a killer leopard to his private island and turns it loose so he can hunt it down. However, unexpected visitors arrive at the island and interrupt his hunt. ... See full summary »
A pretty young songbird found murdered on Hollywood Boulevard. The crusty old Private Eye who was in love with her. A smooth-talking seductress who hires him to solve the crime. A bulldog ... See full summary »
Chinese stowaway Mei Li (Miyoshi Umeki) arrives in San Francisco with her father to meet her fiancé, wealthy nightclub owner Sammy Fong (Jack Soo), in an arranged marriage, but the groom ... See full summary »
When Benjie, a black man who fought in the Civil War, returns to the southern town of Ironside, his return is not exactly a welcome one. The citizens are already uptight about the color of ... See full summary »
A runaway truck containing the corpse of a slain gang leader rolls into a California nightclub owned by Johnny Cain, a hard bitten former free-lance adventurer. The gang threatens to kill ... See full summary »
Cockfighting. You're either a fan, or you think it's one of the most repulsive acts of animal abuse imaginable. I'm in the latter camp, which may explain my complete and utter bafflement regarding (ahem) Supercock, or as it is also known thanks to our friends at Paragon Home Video, Fowl Play. Ross Hagen plays Seth Calhoun, a long lean Oregon (?!?) cowboy-type who travels to the Philippines to enter his (ahem) cock in a, erm, prestigious international cockfight. He hooks up with local beauty Yuki (Nancy Kwan) and crosses proverbial swords with the opposition No-No Brothers with his incredible (ahem) cock Friendly. The real mystery of Supercock is how it got a PG rating--Paragon's print proudly wears its MPAA rating card prior to the (very poorly animated) opening credit sequence. Perhaps lines like 'he's got the biggest cock I've ever seen' were assumed to be over the heads of the pre-teen audience.
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