A picturesque family vacation to the Ozarks goes sideways when a group of bull sharks show up just in time for the big fireworks festival that the town holds every year.
The feud between the Martins and the Coys has ended after all being wiped out except for one. Woody comes by and inadvertently starts it back up.
Lens Ozark just entered the nuclear age, and dead or alive...he's back. Treacherous crime syndicates collide in a psychic, ballistic, paranormal, nuclear battle for an ancient Chinese coin that holds the blood rights to Hong Kong. Red-headed bad*ss Lens is called upon to retrieve the magical coin before the back-stabbing, double-crossing, two-timing, generally seedy events that follow get him killed...again. With a loving tip of the hat to John Woo, Sam Raimi's Evil Dead trilogy, and the cyber-punk chaos of Shinya Tsukamoto's Tetsuo The Iron Man, director Steinauer unleashes the first cult masterpiece of the milennium.
Harold Lloyd & 'Snub' Pollard out among the wild life....
An uninhibited Arkansas farmgirl discovers a group of Nazis operating in the United States. Director Joseph Santley's broad WWII comedy stars Judy Canova, Joe E. Brown, Eddie Foy Jr., Anne Jeffreys and Jerome Cowan.
Ma and the kids head out to help Pa's brother Sedgewick with the his farm in Mournful Hollow, Arkansas. Things get tighter when a couple of bootleggers rent Sedge's barn to manufacture moonshine. With Ma and the kids, the bootleggers get their pay.
In the 1820s two orphaned brothers carve a niche for themselves and their families with the beauty and music of the Ozark Mountain region as a backdrop.
A sweet little country girl has issues with school. Her mother is ill. The school threatens to send her to an orphanage.
Aluminum magnate James J. Maloney, Sr. meets with government officials to discuss the war effort and the need to end price-fixing. After the meeting, Maloney receives word that his son Jimmy, a playboy turned Army flight instructor, is lost with his navigator, Scully, somewhere in the Ozarks. While Maloney rushes to find his son, Jimmy and Scully crash land in the small town of Weaverville, where the mayor and his wife, Abner and Elviry Weaver, are trying to impress upon the citizens that they are better off in the mountains than in the big city
Deep in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas a young woman decides to call down evil.
A mad doctor uses his powers of telepathy to control a beautiful young girl. The survival status of the film is presumed lost.
A look at a number of tales
A financial adviser drags his family from Chicago to the Missouri Ozarks, where he must launder $500 million in five years to appease a drug boss.
Ozark Jubilee is the first U.S. network television program to feature country music's top stars, and featured performers located in Springfield, Missouri which has long emulated Nashville, Tennessee as a center of American country music. The weekly live stage show premiered on ABC-TV on January 22, 1955, was renamed Country Music Jubilee on July 6, 1957, and was finally named Jubilee USA on August 2, 1958. Originating "from the heart of the Ozarks," the Saturday night variety series helped popularize country music in America's cities and suburbs, drawing more than nine million viewers. The ABC Radio version was heard by millions more starting in August 1954. A typical program included a mix of vocal and instrumental performances, comedy routines, square dancing and an occasional novelty act. The host was Red Foley, the nation's top country music personality. Big names such as Patsy Cline, Eddy Arnold, Johnny Cash and Faron Young were interspersed with a regular cast, including a group of young talent the Jubilee brought to national fame: 11-year-old Brenda Lee, Porter Wagoner, Wanda Jackson, Sonny James, Jean Shepard and The Browns. Other featured cast members were Webb Pierce, Bobby Lord, Leroy Van Dyke, Norma Jean and Carl Smith.