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Arthur Kennedy

Arthur Kennedy

Birthdate: February 17, 1914

Deathdate: January 5, 1990

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Arthur Kennedy (February 17, 1914 – January 5, 1990) was an American stage and film actor best known for his performances in Westerns. Description above from the Wikipedia article Arthur Kennedy (actor), licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ? ...detailed bio


Signs of Life (1989)

Signs of Life, also known as One for Sorrow, Two for Joy, is a film by American director John David Coles, released May 5, 1989. The film stars Beau Bridges, Vincent D'Onofrio, and Arthur Kennedy (in his last film appearance). Kathy Bates, Mary-Louise Parker, Will Patton, and Kate Reid also are ...

Terror Storm (1978)

An airplane goes down in the ocean during a storm and a few survivors find refuge on a small tour boat. Swept out to sea, these people slowly starve to death in the hot sun with barely any food or clean water. With no place to turn, the boat survivors resort to cannibalism to stay alive...that is...

The Sentinel (1977)

Alison Parker, a beautiful but severely neurotic fashion model (Raines) moves into a gorgeous Brooklyn brownstone house that has been divided into apartments. The house is inhabited on the top floor by Father Halloran (John Carradine), a reclusive blind priest who spends all of his time sitting a...

The Police Can't Move (1975)

The Police Can't Move (Italian: La polizia ha le mani legate, also known as Killer Cop and Portrait of a 60% Perfect Man) is an Italian poliziottesco-crime film directed in 1975 by Luciano Ercoli. The film's plot reprices the real Piazza Fontana bombing happened in Milan in 1969.

Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (1975)

George (Ray Lovelock) is taking a trip from his antique shop in Manchester to the Lake District to work on a new house with some of his friends. On the way, his Norton motorcycle is accidentally damaged by Edna (Cristina Galbó) while reversing her Mini Cooper at a petrol station. He demands she g...

The AntiChrist (1974)

Ippolita is a paralyzed young woman with serious mental problems stemming from the death of her mother. Her crisis of faith and the intervention of a well-meaning psychologist lead Ippolita to remember her past life as a witch during the Inquisition. Eventually, Ippolita becomes possessed and sta...

Ricco the Mean Machine (1973)

Fresh out of the joint, young Ricco is eager to get home to see his family. He was cut loose a year early for good behavior, but it certainly wasn't good behavior that got him in the big house in the first place. Two years prior, Ricco took it upon himself to go after Don Avito, the man who kille...

Crawlspace (1972)

A childless middle-age couple adopt a troubled youth they find living in their crawlspace and attempt to get him to rejoin society with tragic results.

Shark! (1969)

Reynolds plays Caine, a gunrunner who becomes stranded in a small port in the Red Sea. He meets a seductive woman who propositions him to dive into shark-infested waters off the coast for scientific research. However, when Caine realizes the woman and her partner are actually treasure hunters, th...

A Minute to Pray, a Second to Die (1968)

A Minute to Pray, a Second to Die (Italian: ''Un minuto per pregare, un instante per morire'', also known as Dead or Alive - The Prodigal Gun, Escondido and Outlaw Gun) is a 1968 Italian spaghetti western. It is the fourth and last western directed by Franco Giraldi. It was originally intented as...

Day of the Evil Gun (1968)

A woman and two children are kidnapped by Apaches. The husband Lorne Warfield (Glenn Ford), enlists the help of his neighbor Owen Forbes (Arthur Kennedy) to find his captured family. Warfield is a former gunman trying to forget his violent past. Forbes, a decent and humane rancher, is also in lov...

Anzio (1968)

After meeting a general, war correspondent Dick Ennis (Robert Mitchum) is assigned to accompany US Army Rangers for the upcoming attempt to outflank the tough enemy defenses. The amphibious landing is unopposed, but the bumbling American general is too cautious, preferring to fortify his beachhea...

Nevada Smith (1966)

A trio of outlaws – Bill Bowdre (Arthur Kennedy) and Jesse Coe (Martin Landau), led by Tom Fitch (Karl Malden) – robs, tortures and brutally kills the white father and Indian mother of young Max Sand (Steve McQueen). Max sets out to avenge their death. One killer keeps a tobacco pouch containing ...

Fantastic Voyage (1966)

The United States and the Soviet Union have both developed technology that can miniaturize matter by shrinking individual atoms, but only for a limited amount of time, depending on how small the item is miniaturized. Scientist Jan Benes, working behind the Iron Curtain, has figured out how to mak...

Cheyenne Autumn (1964)

In 1878, chiefs Little Wolf (Ricardo Montalban) and Dull Knife (Gilbert Roland) lead over three hundred starved and weary Cheyenne from their reservation in the Oklahoma territory to their home in Wyoming. The government sees this as an act of rebellion, and the sympathetic Captain Thomas Archer ...

Barabbas (1962)

Shortly before the crucifixion of Christ, Pontius Pilate offers to release either Jesus Christ or Barabbas in keeping with the local custom. As the Bible story goes, Barabbas is the one the crowd chooses. Barabbas leaves and returns to his friends; his friends are glad to see him, but Barabbas wa...

Hemingway's Adventures of a Young Man (1962)

Nick Adams is a young, restless man who wants a good life and to see the world. Though he is told it is not worth the attempt, he decides to go away from his midwestern home. Along the way, he encounters numerous people and later joins the Italian army to fight the Germans in World War I, where h...

Lawrence of Arabia (1962)

The film is presented in two parts, separated by an intermission.

Murder, She Said (1961)

While passing by on a different train, Miss Marple witnesses the strangling of a young woman in the opposite carriage. The local police dismiss her story as the ramblings of a senile and bored old woman, so, undaunted, she conducts her own investigation, and comes to the conclusion that the body ...

Elmer Gantry (1960)

Elmer Gantry (Burt Lancaster) is a hard-drinking, fast-talking traveling salesman with a charismatic personality. He is drawn to the road show of Sister Sharon Falconer (Jean Simmons) and is immediately attracted to the saintly revivalist. Gantry soon cons his way into Sister Sharon's good grace...