• Saps at Sea

    Saps at Sea

    The boys are off to sea and end up being kidnapped. One of their lesser efforts, and close to they end of their careers.

  • Santa Fe Trail

    Santa Fe Trail

    Uneven picture with some good action when they get to it. It's about Flynn and his cronies hunting down John Brown, played by Massey.

  • Sands of Iwo Jima

    Sands of Iwo Jima

    Wayne is a tough sergeant in this thoroughly enjoyable war story about a young man learning about life in the army.

  • The Sand Pebbles

    The Sand Pebbles

    Story of a U.S. gun boat and her crew, stationed in China in the '20s, who face rebellious war lords. All cast members are excellent, especially McQueen.

  • Samson and Delilah

    Samson and Delilah

    An entertaining biblical epic with Mature exceptionally well cast as Samson and Hedy Lamar as the villainous Delilah.

  • Sam's Song

    Sam's Song

    A reporter spends an odd weekend with a rich couple. It's interesting to watch De Niro in one of his first films, but it's more than passing strange. Also released as The Swap.

  • Same Time, Next Year

    Same Time, Next Year

    Excellent adaptation of Bernard Slade's Broadway play with Burstyn and Alda aging gracefully as the couple who rendezvous once a year over a 25 year period.

  • Same Time Every Year

    Same Time Every Year

    Each year three men use a convention for a week of sexual activities, never realizing that their wives are participating in the same activities but in another place. This is an adult feature and has sexually explicit scenes.

  • Saint Jack

    Saint Jack

    British film about an entrepreneur trying to make it in Singapore, without much luck. He opens a brothel with an unusual partner, and gets into some serious difficulties. A change form the hooker with the heart of gold. Good entertainment shot on location.

  • The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea

    The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea

    Beautifully shot film about a young boy influenced by a strange friend, and his reaction to his mothers affair with a sailor. Explicit sex scenes make this film unsuitable for youngsters.

  • Sahara


    Brooke is in a car race across the Sahara, to prove her dear old dead Daddy built great cars. In the process, she becomes involved with international intrigue, desert wars, slavery, and romance. Golan and Globus, the men who brought you Bolero, among other turkeys, do it again. Brooke displays the entire range of her acting skills, from 'A' to 'B', while the story telegraphs the next move before the first scene is finished. The film is full of racial stereotypes and flows. Only John Mills is worth watching, and even he cannot save this cinematic wasteland.

  • The Sacketts

    The Sacketts

    Made for television Western about three brothers in the 1870s with the usual carnage, feuding, and racial strife. Not a bad horse opera, but overlong. It never seems to reach a high point, possibly because of the television format. It also has a lot fo the old familiar faces from Westerns of past years like Jack Elan and Gilbert Roland, who has been making movies since the '20s and was quite a dashing leading man.