Sample TV Show Titles


Road to Bali

Vaudeville guys (Bing Crosby, Bob Hope) deep-sea dive for Polynesian princess (Dorothy Lamour).

In this musical, Harold (Bob Hope) and George (Bing Crosby) are two vaudeville performers in Australia. After they realize their local gal pals intend to marry them, they sign up for a diving expedition led by the local island prince, Ken Arok (Murvyn Vye). They soon meet the prince's sister, Lalah (Dorothy Lamour), who rules a beautiful island. When their dive uncovers a jewel-filled chest, Ken tries to steal both the treasure and Lalah's throne, and the trio is forced into hiding.


Rescue From Gilligan's Island

A tidal wave carries the castaways back to civilization.

A tidal wave brings stranded Gilligan (Bob Denver), Skipper (Alan Hale Jr.), Thurston Howell III (Jim Backus) and the rest back to civilization.


Happy Go Lovely

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Night of the Living Dead

People (Duane Jones, Judith O'Dea, Karl Hardman) hide in a house from carnivorous walking corpses revived by radiation fallout.

A disparate group of individuals takes refuge in an abandoned house when corpses begin to leave the graveyard in search of fresh human bodies to devour. The pragmatic Ben (Duane Jones) does his best to control the situation, but when the reanimated bodies surround the house, the other survivors begin to panic. As any semblance of order within the group begins to dissipate, the zombies start to find ways inside -- and one by one, the living humans become the prey of the deceased ones.


My Favorite Brunette

A baby photographer (Bob Hope) plays private eye to help a woman (Dorothy Lamour) find her uncle, kidnapped by a master criminal (Peter Lorre).

Ronnie Jackson (Bob Hope) is a lowly baby photographer who secretly fantasizes about being a private detective. When a lovely baroness (Dorothy Lamour) actually mistakes him for one and asks him to help locate her missing husband, Baron Montay (Frank Puglia), Ronnie finds himself agreeing. Several days later he is on death row whiling away the hours until his execution by recounting to a group of reporters the bizarre tale of how he ended up there.


Pot o' Gold

Harmonica player (James Stewart) woos landlady's daughter (Paulette Goddard), joins band.

Jimmy, the owner of a failed music shop, goes to work with his uncle, the owner of a food factory. Before he gets there, he befriends an Irish family who happens to be his uncle's worst enemy because of their love for music and in-house band that constantly practices. Soon, Jimmy finds himself trying to help the band by getting them gigs and trying to reconcile the family with his uncle, an avid music-hater.


His Girl Friday (1940)

An ace reporter's (Rosalind Russell) editor (Cary Grant) tries to stop her from remarrying in this remake of director Lewis Milestone's "The Front Page."

When hard-charging New York newspaper editor Walter Burns (Cary Grant) discovers that his ex-wife, investigative reporter Hildy Johnson (Rosalind Russell), has gotten engaged to milquetoast insurance agent Bruce Baldwin (Ralph Bellamy), he unsuccessfully tries to lure her away from tame domestic life with a story about the impending execution of convicted murderer Earl Williams. But when Hildy discovers Williams may be innocent, her reporter instincts take over.


Charade (1963)

A suave stranger (Cary Grant) helps a chic widow (Audrey Hepburn) stalked by four men looking for loot in Paris.

After Regina Lampert (Audrey Hepburn) falls for the dashing Peter Joshua (Cary Grant) on a skiing holiday in the French Alps, she discovers upon her return to Paris that her husband has been murdered. Soon, she and Peter are giving chase to three of her late husband's World War II cronies, Tex (James Coburn), Scobie (George Kennedy) and Gideon (Ned Glass), who are after a quarter of a million dollars the quartet stole while behind enemy lines. But why does Peter keep changing his name?


Royal Wedding (1951)

A brother (Fred Astaire) and sister (Jane Powell) take their act to 1947 London. Includes Astaire's famous dance on the ceiling.

American sibling song-and-dance team Tom (Fred Astaire) and Ellen Bowen (Jane Powell) are in London in 1947, when all of England is in a tizzy over the impending nuptials of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip. Ellen falls head over heels for the dashing Lord John Brindale (Peter Lawford), and Tom becomes equally smitten with the elegant Anne Ashmond (Sarah Churchill). The film features one of Astaire's most legendary dance performances, dancing across the ceiling of a hotel room.


Jack and the Beanstalk (1952)

A butcher (Bud Abbott) and a simpleton (Lou Costello) climb a beanstalk to a giant and a hen that lays golden eggs.

Jack (Lou Costello) and his "agent," Mr. Dinkel (Bud Abbott), are struggling to find work through an employment agency. They land a gig baby-sitting a troublesome boy named Donald (David Stollery). Trying to get the child to sleep, Jack reads him the fairy tale "Jack and the Beanstalk" which subsequently lulls Jack asleep, transporting him into the fantasy world of the storybook. There, he encounters magic beans, a giant and a princess in distress, among other things.


My Dear Secretary (1948)

A playboy novelist's (Kirk Douglas) most businesslike secretary (Laraine Day) becomes his wife and literary rival.

When romance writer Owen Waterbury (Kirk Douglas) meets Stephanie "Steve" Gaylord (Laraine Day), he offers her a job as his secretary. Steve, a would-be writer herself, accepts the position but is quickly dismayed by Owen's shabby work ethic and distracting visitors, including Ronnie (Keenan Wynn), his rowdy, mischievous neighbor. Despite their differing outlooks, Owen and Steve get married, but artistic and romantic jealousy just might tear them apart.


The Terror (1963)

A French lieutenant (Jack Nicholson) follows a ghostly beauty (Sandra Knight) to a baron's (Boris Karloff) Baltic coast castle.

Lt. Duvalier (Jack Nicholson), a French soldier, loses contact with his unit and is forced to wander alone near the Baltic Sea. While in search of his regiment, he spies Helene (Sandra Knight), a mysterious beauty, walking by herself. Mesmerized, Duvalier begins tracking her, but she vanishes. He later catches up with her and follows her into a castle, where he encounters the bizarre Baron Von Leppe (Boris Karloff), finds signs of witchcraft and learns the shocking truth about Helene.


Dementia 13 (1963)

Ax murders follow a heart attack at an Irish castle full of mourners (William Campbell, Luana Anders, Bart Patton).

After John Haloran (Peter Read) dies, his wife, Louise (Luana Anders), fears that she will be denied his inheritance. Fabricating a story about John traveling to the United States, she joins the rest of the Haloran family at their Irish estate as they hold a memorial for John's sister, who died in a lake eight years ago. Louise schemes to convince Lady Haloran (Eithne Dunne) that she can speak with the dead child. However, this plan is interrupted by an axe murderer loose on the estate.


Congratulations, It's a Boy! (1971)

A confirmed bachelor (Bill Bixby) comes face to face with a teenager who claims to be his son.


The Over-the-Hill Gang (1969)

A retired Texas Ranger (Pat O'Brien) summons three old-timers to help him clean up Boulder.

Looking to reform the corrupt government of his Old West town, newspaperman Jeff Rose is running for mayor against officeholder Nard Lundy (Edward Andrews). Jeff's campaign lacks the incumbent's muscle and money, and his quest looks hopeless until the arrival of his father-in-law, Capt. Oren Hayes (Pat O'Brien). Joined by three fellow former Texas lawmen (Walter Brennan, Edgar Buchanan, Chill Wills), Oren and his daughter, Hannah, help Jeff fight back against his antagonist's dirty tactics.


The Over-the-Hill Gang Rides Again (1970)

Three retired Texas Rangers rescue a former colleague and eventually become the sheriff and deputies of Waco.

Four retired Texas Rangers -- Nash Crawford (Walter Brennan), Jason Fitch (Edgar Buchanan), Amos Polk (Andy Devine), and Gentleman George Agnew (Chill Wills) -- leap to the aid of their old chum the Baltimore Kid (Fred Astaire). The Kid has become a hopeless drunk, and they aim to clean him up and install him as marshal of Waco, Texas. But in order to complete the job, the geriatric quartet will have to help the Kid defeat the outlaw gang that wants him dead.


There Goes the Bride (1979)

Rattled by his daughter's wedding, an adman (Tom Smothers) makes scenes with a Roaring '20s flapper (Twiggy) only he can see.


Hard Knox (1984)

A grounded Marine colonel (Robert Conrad) and his aide (Red West) shape up a military school full of misfits.

Career Marine fighter pilot instructor Col. Joe Knox (Robert Conrad) is grounded due to a medical condition and given two weeks' active duty leave. Returning to the military school from which he graduated, he's dismayed to learn that a lack of discipline and leadership has made its students a group of lazy, troublemaking malcontents. With the help of fellow alum Top Tuttle (Red West), Knox vows to knock the academy back into shape in time for a prestigious competition with a neighboring school.