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Spike of Bensonhurst
10/4, 8pm
(1988) - Ernest Borgnine - A Brooklyn boy falls in love with the daughter of a Mafia boss.

Russian Roulette
10/5 , 8pm
(1975) - George Segal - A Canadian Mountie finds himself entangled in a KGB conspiracy to kill the renegade Russian Premier during his Canadian visit.

Blood Money
10/6, 8pm
(1988) - Andy Garcia, Ellen Barkin, Morgan Freeman - A man enlists the aid of a high priced call girl to help him find his brother's murderer

Borderline
10/7, 8pm
(1980) - Charles Bronson, Ed Harris - a border patrol agent is hot on the trail of a "coyote" who brings illegal aliens into the United States for a hefty price and with little concern for their safety

Best Seller
10/8, 8pm
(1987) - James Woods, Brian Dennehy - A professional hit man tells his life story to a cop turned author in the hopes of creating a best seller.

Breaking In
10/11, 8pm
(1989) - Burt Reynolds - An aging career burglar who knows just about everything there is to know about breaking and entering offers to make an impulsive youth his protégé.

Dempsey
10/12, 8pm
(1983) - Treat Williams - The biography of the legendary boxer Jack Dempsey is told from his days as a teenager trying to make the bigtime through his reign as heavyweight champion.

Past Tense
10/13, 8pm
(1994) - Scott Glenn - An ex-cop and his gorgeous neighbor are the central figures of this crime thriller about sex and murder that is filled with twists and turns.

Taking the Heat
10/14, 8pm
(1993) - Alan Arkin, Peter Boyle - After witnessing a murder, a man finds himself pursued by a group of thugs led by a mafia boss.

The Rosary Murders
10/18, 8pm
(1987) - Donald Sutherland, Charles Durning - A priest is put in a dilemma when the serial killer who has been murdering priests and nuns confesses to him.

Gangland
10/19, 8pm
(1987) - Scott Glenn - This crime drama tells the story of the man behind the terrible Kansas City massacre, Verne Miller. Miller started out as a South Dakota sheriff and during the 1920s became a notorious gangster hit man

Inherit the Wind
10/20, 8pm
(1999) - Jack Lemmon, George C. Scott - Courtroom drama, based on the real-life Scopes trial in which a teacher was jailed in 1925 for teaching Darwin's theory of evolution.

End of the Line
10/21, 8pm
(1988) - Kevin Bacon, Wilford Brimley - Two Southern railroad workers drive a train engine to Chicago to protest the closing of the station in Clifford, Arkansas.

****WESTERN WEEK (10/25-10/29)****

Navajo Joe
10/25, 8pm
(1966) - Burt Reynolds - The sole survivor of a bloody massacre vows revenge on his attackers and on the men who killed his wife.

The Spikes Gang
10/26, 8pm
(1974) - Lee Marvin - Three boys wanted to be like their hero, Harry Spikes. They got their wish. Soon they were worth a fortune, dead or alive.

More Dead Than Alive
10/27, 8pm
(1969) - Clint Walker, Vincent Price - When a multiple murderer is released from prison after 18 years, he tries to settle down as a rancher, but finds that his former life still haunts him.

The Great Scout and Cathouse Thursday
10/28, 8pm
(1976) - Lee Marvin - Two con-men who once worked as a team reunite in order to get revenge upon their third partner in this comedy-western.

Doc
10/29, 8pm
(1971) - Stacy Keach, Faye Dunaway - The lives of Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp, and the now-legendary events that took place in the town of Tombstone are all featured in this film.

 

 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     



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