The Big Operator
A power-mad union boss resorts to murder to eliminate witnesses scheduled to testify against him. The eclectic cast includes Mickey Rooney, Mamie Van Doren, Mel Torme, Jay North, Vampira, Charles Chaplin Jr., Jackie Coogan and Norman Grabowski.
- Stars:Mickey Rooney, Steve Cochran, Mamie Van Doren, Mel Tormé, Ray Danton, Jim Backus, Ray Anthony, Jackie Coogan, Charles Chaplin Jr., Vampira, Billy Daniels, Ben Gage, Jay North, Lawrence Dobkin, Leo Gordon,
- Director:Charles F. Haas,
- Writer:Paul Gallico (story), Allen Rivkin, Robert Smith
A power-mad union boss resorts to murder to eliminate witnesses scheduled to testify against him. The eclectic cast includes Mickey Rooney, Mamie Van Doren, Mel Torme, Jay North, Vampira, Charles Chaplin Jr., Jackie Coogan and Norman Grabowski. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Big Operator torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Another fun-filled nostalgic documentary that I didn't know existed until I fell down a rabbit-hole of childhood favorites on IMDB and had to track it down.A great history of the property, from its roots as a B & W comic to the multi-media empire that it became in the '90s, followed by some lean years as we get up to present-day.Recommended.
(us) wrote: Lets be honest here, there have been many people that state that Zero Dark Thirty was totally fake. However though the film may or may not be 100% realistic Zero Dark Thirty is still an excellent film, the film revolves around the events after 9/11 and the struggles it took to hunt Osama Bin Laden. Kathryn Bigelow is a great director and with Zero Dark Thirty she crafts he best film yet, I feel Bigelow has found what types of movies she's best at which are her war movies and for those of you who don't know she made The Hurt Locker (2009) and that was another great film. Zero Dark Thirty also has a terrific cast, personally in my opinion I felt Jessica Chastain's performance as Maya was the best performance in this dil I felt Chastain totally stole the show, which is amazing do to the fact that the movies she was in prior to this one were films such as The Help (2011) and The Tree of Life (2011). However though I loved Zero Dark Thirty I thought Argo (2012) was a much better political thriller, but thats just me also if you want an action film this is NOT a film for you but if you want to see an excellent political drama and are fine with little to no action than I recommend Zero Dark Thirty for you.
(kr) wrote: This started off okay but deteriorated at a rapid rate. The most hideous part of the movie is William Macy's hairdo!
(it) wrote: Awesome movie! Not for gals with weak stomachs (3 walked out), great action and lots of blood,kick ass gangsta action and backstabbing.
(br) wrote: This movie is great spinoff for ALIEN movies and the best comic adaptation putting on screen based on Alien Labyrinth comics. Have great space pirates as antiheros. Every body loves The Gourdians of galaxy I prefer those guys and aliens in it.
(fr) wrote: I hadn't seen this 80's film from producer Steven Spielberg before and it was enjoyable enough. Reminded me a bit of "Short Circuit" meets "Cocoon". I enjoyed Cronyn and Tandy together again. Not a great film, but light and entertaining, also suitable for the whole family!
(ru) wrote: Loved everything about this. The cast is so damn good, especially Hunter & Brooks. It's often hilarious and the script is smart & witty. I love most James L. Brooks movies, and this was no different.
(br) wrote: Sometimes something simple works so much more better than something that tries to do too much. Simple noir story straight out of the 30s, simple jazz/blues with a touch of 80s synth, simple direction done with acting that doesn't try to do too much. Who says you need only B&W to do a noir movie. This movie is colorful and graceful as a rainbow yet it still fits this noir story. 8 times out of 10 my movie instinct are right with what movie to pick up. Last one I watched before this was crap, this one was bang on good.
(kr) wrote: Can they make Naomi watts any more helpless. I mean at this point I don't even know if she could fight herself out of a wet paper bag
(fr) wrote: Interesting to see this recreated stills version of the lost Tod Browning/Lon Cheney classic but it's just not the same. I really don't feel right giving it a rating but it was still worth seeing this movie in the only version that there likely ever will be. Hopefully one day an actual print will be found in somebody's basement,