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AND STARRING PANCHO VILLA AS HIMSELF
Antonio Banderas, Eion Bailey, Alan Arkin. Mexican rebel Pancho Villa has a movie studio film his revolutionary exploits. However, the studio soon begins to interfere in true Hollywood fashion. (2003) (111min)

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ARGO
Ben Affleck, Bryan Chanston, Alan Arkin. A thriller about a CIA agent specializing in impossible escapes who is recruited to help six Americans flee from behind enemy lines during the Iranian Revolution. His plan is to disguise himself and the fugitives as a film crew. Based on a true story. Winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture of 2012. (2012) (120min)

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BIG TROUBLE
Peter Falk, Alan Arkin, Beverly D'Angelo, Charles Durning. In this comedy that has more twists than a pretzel, an insurance man is conned into pulling off the ultimate scam: collecting on an accidental death policy, without the death! The late, great John Cassavetes directed this frantic farce. (1986) (93 min.)

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BLOOD MONEY
Brian Bloom, Alan Arkin, Jennifer gatti. A man, who left his mob family to try his luck on Wall street, returns home for the funeral of his brother only to find himself once again involved in crime. (1999) (95min)

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CATCH-22
Alan Arkin, Jon Voight, Martin Sheen, Orson Welles. The film version of Joseph Heller's novel about a bomber pilot going slowly crazy during WWII is both funny and frightening. Martin Balsam, Richard Benjamin, Bob Newhart, Anthony Perkins and Charles Grodin co-star. (1970) (121 min.)

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CITY ISLAND
Andy Garcia, Julianna Margulies, Alan Arkin. A comedy about an upstanding family man who works as a corrections officer but secretly harbors a desire to be an actor. Ashamed to admit his secret desire, he allows his hot-tempered wife to believe that he's having an affair rather than tell her that he's taking acting lessons. (2010) (104min)

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THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES
Alan Arkin, Art Carney, Dick Shawn. The classic tale of con men and the incredibly vain king, from Faerie Tale Theatre. CC. (1984) (60 min.)

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EROS
Gong Li, Robert Downey Jr., Alan Arkin. Three short films that explore the themes of eroticism and desire, by directors Wong Kar-Wai, Steven Soderbergh, and Michelangelo Antonioni (2004) (106 min.)

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ESCAPE FROM SOBIBOR
Alan Arkin, Joanna Pacula, Rutger Hauer, Hartmut Becker. Based on a true story. A Russian army officer captured during WWII by the Nazis is sent to Sobibor extermination camp. He confronts the horrors of the Holocaust firsthand. Bravery and courage are documented as the prisoners stage the largest successful escape ever. (1987) (120 min.)

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FOUR DAYS IN SEPTEMBER
Alan Arkin, Pedro Cardoso, Fernanda Torres, Claudia Abreu. A group of Brazilian activists kidnap the American Ambassador. This fast-paced, high-wired film is based on Fernando Gabeira's autobiographical book about his own involvement as a young activist who participated in guerrilla kidnapping. CC (1997) (107 min.)

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FREEBIE AND THE BEAN
James Caan, Alan Arkin, Loretta Swit, Valerie Harper. These guys ore the funniest cops in San Francisco, and they will stop at nothing to get the bad guys - even if it means wrecking half the cars in the city! The exciting and outlandish chase scenes will drive you crazy with laughter! (1974) (113 min.)

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GET SMART
Steve Carrell, Anne Hathaway, Alan Arkin. A comedy based on the sixties spy spoof TV show in which a bumbling secret agent and his capable assistant are pitted against the evil syndicate KAOS. (2008) (110min)

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