The Lion in Winter

It’s Christmas 1183, and King Henry II is planning to announce his successor to the throne. The jockeying for the crown, though, is complex. Henry has three sons and wants his boy Prince John to take over. Henry’s wife, Queen Eleanor, has other ideas. She believes their son Prince Richard should be king. As the family and various schemers gather for the holiday, each tries to make the indecisive king choose their option.

The Lion in Winter

It’s Christmas 1183, and King Henry II is planning to announce his successor to the throne. The jockeying for the crown, though, is complex. Henry has three sons and wants his boy Prince John to take over. Henry’s wife, Queen Eleanor, has other ideas. She believes their son Prince Richard should be king. As the family and various schemers gather for the holiday, each tries to make the indecisive king choose their option.

The Lion in Winter

It’s Christmas 1183, and King Henry II is planning to announce his successor to the throne. The jockeying for the crown, though, is complex. Henry has three sons and wants his boy Prince John to take over. Henry’s wife, Queen Eleanor, has other ideas. She believes their son Prince Richard should be king. As the family and various schemers gather for the holiday, each tries to make the indecisive king choose their option.

The Lion in Winter

It’s Christmas 1183, and King Henry II is planning to announce his successor to the throne. The jockeying for the crown, though, is complex. Henry has three sons and wants his boy Prince John to take over. Henry’s wife, Queen Eleanor, has other ideas. She believes their son Prince Richard should be king. As the family and various schemers gather for the holiday, each tries to make the indecisive king choose their option.

The Corrupt Ones

Spy accidentally gets an ancient treasure. Several corrupt groups try to steal it from him. Die Holle von Macao (released in the U.S. as “The Corrupt Ones”), the 1967 James Hill & Frank Winterstein French/Italian/German spy espionage crime adventure thriller (“Only Macao, deadliest city in the world today, could spawn the ultimate evil of The Corrupt Ones”; “From the four corners of the Earth…From the four corners of Hell…the hunt for the Peking Medallion drew them together in the most sinister orgy of terror the world has ever known!”; “From Macao to the China seas… The hunt for the Peking Medallion drew them together in the most sinister orgy of evil the world has ever known!”; “Screenplay by Brian Clemens”; “Story by Ladislas Fodor”) starring Robert Stack (eternally youthful star of numerous 1940s movies, later the star of TV’s “The Untouchables” and “Unsolved Mysteries”), Elke Sommer, Nancy Kwan (“as Tina”), Christian Marquand, Maurizio Arena, and Werner Peters