This absurd tale follows an apathetic man-child, Ron, on a journey to restore the spirit of his catatonic mother. Meeting friends along the way, this ridiculous, drug-filled musical expedition uncovers not only the secrets behind his mother's current state, but a mystery surrounding the purpose of the Universe. Ron must use this knowledge to not only save his mother, but also help his new space-nun friends and defeat the ultimate cause of his consternation: Dr. Beau Nerjoose. Also, Ron has a talking alien worm living in his butthole.
Cast: Howard Da Silva, Lloyd Nolan, Priscilla Lane, Peter Whitney
"Jigger' Pine forms a band that includes singer Ginger 'Character' Powell, wife of the trumpeter Leo Powell, and Nickie Haroyen and Peppi. All of them dedicate themselves to work as a unit and to play 'blues' music. The dedication isn't paying off in money and, while riding the rails in a boxcar, they meet and befriend gangster Del Davis. He offers them a job at a New Jersey roadhouse, where Powell falls in love with Kay Grant, a former 'real good friend' of Davis. But when Powell learns that Character is about to have a baby, he returns to her. Jigger tries to make Kay the band's singer and, when this fails, runs off with her. She leaves him with nothing but a nervous breakdown. Back at the roadhouse, after his recovery, Kay shows up, has a quarrel with Davis, shoots and kills him, and plans to take back up with Jigger, who knows better but just can't help himself. While she is waiting in a car for him, along comes cripple Brad Ames, who she put in that condition, and he gets in and drives the car over a cliff, leaving no survivors in the two-passenger crash. The band is back together at the end, still using boxcars as their transportation, but happy playing the blues.
In a juke joint, sharecropper Zeke falls for beautiful dancer Chick, but she's only setting him up for a rigged craps game. He loses $100, the money he got for the sale of his family's entire cotton crop. His brother Spunk is mortally wounded in the shoot-out that follows. Zeke goes away, then returns as Brother Zekiel the preacher. His forceful preaching draws the faithful in large numbers. Even Chick wants to be saved. Zekiel has asked the pretty Missy Rose to marry him, but Chick can still cast a spell over the preacher.
'Jerry Springer-The Opera' tells the story of a day in the job of world famous talk-show host, Jerry Springer. Jerry has to sort out a number of guests problems; including a man who wants to dress up as a baby, a man with 3 lovers (one of them a trans person) and a fat woman who wants to be a pole dancer. However, on this particular day, something out of the ordinary will happen.
Liberty Smith is the perfect running mate. She's American as apple pie, sings like an angel, and is the daughter of a prominent "family values" preacher - exactly what a floundering presidential campaign needs to energize its conservative base and rally the faithful. But when political novice Liberty falls for her (female) spin doctor, it's a cable news catastrophe. Now Liberty must choose between the life she's known, and the love she's dreamed of. And all of America is watching.
Cast: Gene Kelly, Cyd Charisse, Jay C. Flippen, Jeri Weil
The movie opens with Ted Riley (Dan Dailey), Doug Hallerton (Gene Kelly), and Angie Valentine (Michael Kidd) celebrating the end of the war in a New York City bar. They promise to remain friends and reunite exactly ten years later. Ten years later, the three friends reunite in the same bar, but they have all changed. Ted is now a wealthy businessman who has lost touch with his former working-class roots. Doug is a struggling advertising executive, and Angie is a failed entertainer.
The trio's reunion is initially awkward, but they soon decide to put their differences aside and enjoy a night on the town. They go to a boxing match, a strip club, and a high-class restaurant, all while singing and dancing. They also meet their old Army sergeant, who is now a successful entrepreneur, and he convinces them to invest in a new health drink.
However, things start to unravel when Ted's business dealings are exposed, and the trio gets into a fistfight. They all go their separate ways, but in the end, they realize the importance of their friendship and reunite for a final musical number.
The film is known for its innovative dance numbers, including an ambitious sequence where the three friends dance with trashcan lids as makeshift tap shoes. It also features several memorable musical numbers, including "The Binge", "Once Upon a Time", and "I Like Myself". Overall, "It's Always Fair Weather" is a fun, lighthearted musical comedy that explores the themes of friendship, loyalty, and the American Dream.
Cast: Colin O'Donoghue, Chris Carmack, Kristen Gutoskie, Cory Scott Allen
On a business trip to Nashville, Brennan finds himself reunited with the "Girl" who had previously broken his heart. Now, for one weekend in the city's music scene, a past and present romance will be reborn and challenged.
Cast: Eleanor Powell, George Murphy, Fred Astaire, Mel Blanc
Johnny Brett and King Shaw are an unsuccessful dance team in New York. A producer discovers Brent as the new partner for Clare Bennett, but Brett, who thinks he is one of the people they lent money to gives him the name of his partner.
When they happen to witness the murder of a drug dealer in an underground car park, Jerome and Benjamin, teenagers from the suburbs, need all their wits - but more importantly their considerable skateboarding skills - to escape the perpetrators and report what they've seen to the authorities.
Cast: Frank Sinatra, Doris Day, Dorothy Malone, Alan Hale Jr.
When Alex enters the lives of the musical Tuttle family, each of the three daughters falls for him. He is charming, good looking and personable. Laurie and Alex seem made for each other and become engaged. When Barney comes into the picture to help Alex with some musical arrangements matters become complicated. He is seen as a challenge by Laurie, who can't believe anyone could be as cynical, and she is more than a match for his gloomy outlook on life.
In the '70s, when in Italy was compulsory for all the young men to serve under the army, Nicoletta Bianchi, a girl, is enlisted. She decided not to clarify she couldn't serve being a woman because she wants to check on her boy-friend Fabrizio, whom she believes to be a womanizer, that is serving under the army. This is not the only strange situation in the barracks. In fact private Proietti is hiding his little son because the mother was arrested for smuggling, sergeant La Rosa and Samperi had just lost the code for the encrypted messages and so invent all the orders coming from high command. Could the regiment survive to the incoming general maneuver?