Shelley Winters

Five Fun Facts About “The Poseidon Adventure”

My personal favorite “disaster film” is 1972’s The Poseidon Adventure. This ensemble drama whose cast includes Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine, Roddy McDowall, Shelley Winters, and Stella Stevens (among many others), was adapted from Paul Gallico’s novel of the same name….

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Flashback Friday: Pete’s Dragon (1977)

“Boo-Bop-BopBop-Bop, I love you, too!” – Pete’s Dragon Good ol’ Elliott. He is exactly the kind of companion any child would wish to have. Strong, clever, amusing, cuddly, fun to be with, and he has the ability to make himself…

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This Week’s Great New Releases Include “Hellboy” and “Missing Link”

It’s hot as, well, you know, out there right now. So it’s fitting that this week’s new releases kick off with the Hellboy reboot. But after you check that one out, you can cool off by watching everything from Warner…

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’70s Flashback: “The Poseidon Adventure” Is Anything But A Disaster

“There’s got to be a morning after. If we can hold on through the night…” Released in 1972, The Poseidon Adventure helped launch the disaster film genre that dominated the decade. It was a brilliant idea really, bring together an…

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