Adam West was a prominent American film actor known for his extensive acting career spanning over six decades. The actor’s best role came in the 1960s ABC series ‘Batman’ in which he portrayed the title role. He also reprised this role in the theatrical feature film of the same name released in 1966, which went on to become one of the most successful films of his career.
With his tremendous talents, smouldering good looks, and sheer determination, he enjoyed a long-lasting career of around 63 years. The list of Adam West films is naturally very vast; it not only includes successful films like ‘The Specialist’ (1975), ‘Hooper’ (1978), ‘The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood’ (1980), and ‘One Dark Night’ (1983) in which he gave his best roles, but also contains films like ‘Return Fire’ which unfortunately is regarded as one of the worst Adam West films. Despite the failures in his film career, the veteran actor is still remembered for his top grossing films in the ‘Batman’ series.
Boston editor Kenneth Cabot and the Three Stooges, Larry, Moe and Curly Joe, are sent to Wyoming to investigate Rance Roden’s plot to slaughter buffalos. When Ken gets elected as town sheriff, Rance and his goons try every trick to kill him and his assistants. But the three stooges, with help from sharp-shooter Annie Oakley, foil their attempts and save the animals.
Drop Dead Gorgeous is a romantic thriller comedy film, which revolves around the events of an annual beauty pageant in a small-town in Minnesota that turns ridiculously competitive and chaotic.
This is the third of four films made on Tammy, a kind, sweet country girl from Mississippi. When Mrs. Call needs to undergo an operation at Los Angeles, she accompanies her for support and starts working as nurse’s assistant because the hospital does not have any guest quarter. Before long, she falls for handsome Dr. Mark Cheswic.
Loosely based on the life of Geronimo, a prominent leader from the Bedonkohe band of the Apache tribe, the film focuses mainly on his war against the American troop under the command of General Crook and the events leading to his surrender in 1886.
12-year-old orphan inventor, Lewis, has been trying to locate his birth mother using a memory scanner but it gets sabotaged and stolen by a mysterious Bowler Hat Guy. When 13-year-old Wilbur Robinson, from the future, offers to help him, Lewis undertakes a journey through time that will change his life forever.
Chicken Little throws his little town in panic by claiming that a piece of sky has fallen on his head. But when the panic subsides and he fails to produce that piece, he becomes a laughingstock. To redeem his reputation, he joins the baseball team and helps his team to win. But that is not enough. He must now convince his town folks, still very skeptical, that an alien invasion is imminent.