Jack Marshall

Most Popular Jack Marshall Trailers

Total trailers found: 8

Unbroken Trailer (2014)

25 December 2014

A chronicle of the life of Louis Zamperini, an Olympic runner who was taken prisoner by Japanese forces during World War II.

Thunder Road Trailer (1958)

10 May 1958

A father comes home to Tennessee from the "police action" in Korea to take over operation of the family moonshine making operation, but runs afoul of some gangsters who want in on the action.

The Missouri Traveler Trailer (1958)

21 January 1958

Byron Turner, a 15-year-old runaway from the Eatondale Orphan Asylum, receives a ride into the rural Missouri town of Delphi with rich land-owner Tobias Brown.

Something for a Lonely Man Trailer (1968)

01 January 1968

The blacksmith of a small western town finds himself an outcast. He had led the townspeople west in hopes of starting a new life, only to find the town that they founded is to be bypassed by the railroad.

Poor Albert and Little Annie Trailer (1972)

01 April 1972

Albert tried to kill his rich snobby mother once. Then he was institutionalized. Now he's escaped. Albert is after his mother again.

The Quarantine Hauntings Trailer (2015)

26 January 2015

17 yr old Jasmine struggles to come to terms with her fathers death. She and her best friend Skye are left to take care of their younger siblings Zac, Blake and Eva when their mother's Sandy and Katherine decide to go on a girls night out to give Sandy a breather.

The Giant Gila Monster Trailer (1959)

25 June 1959

A small town in Texas finds itself under attack from a hungry, fifty-foot-long gila monster. No longer content to forage in the desert, the giant lizard begins chopming on motorists and train passengers before descending upon the town itself.

Take a Giant Step Trailer (1959)

01 December 1959

This pioneering film in the history of African-American cinema, released two years before "A Raisin In The Sun", is the coming-of-age story of a black high-school student living in a middle-class white neighborhood in the late '50s.