With Max Liebman Productions (Sorted by Number of Votes Ascending)
Max Liebman Spectaculars (1954– )
Best Foot Forward
90 min | Music, Musical
A student convinces a fading movie star to accompany him to his junior prom. The woman is recognized and nearly stripped of all her clothes by students seeking souvenirs. She retreats to a ... See full summary »
2. The Great Waltz (1955 TV Movie)
90 min | Drama, Musical
Johann Strauss, Jr., a would-be composer of waltzes in mid-19th Century Vienna, attempts to thwart his father's efforts to prevent his success when the older man becomes jealous of his melodic skill.
3. Star Spangled Revue (1950 TV Special)
Not Rated | 90 min | Comedy, Music
Skits include Bob being harassed at the Automat with Stang, Bob and Peggy Lee plan to marry, but he's got rivals, Bob, Sinatra and Bea Lillie in a south seas takeoff of a "Road" picture.
Stanley is a desk clerk at a New York city hotel. A scalper talks him into taking two tickets to the opening night of the Metropolitain Opera, but he thinks they'll be hard to resell. He ... See full summary »
5. The Desert Song (1955 TV Movie)
90 min | Musical
From the Golden Age of Television, a live TV performance of the famed operetta, more faithful to the original than either the 1943 or 1953 film versions.
6. Stanley (1956–1957)
30 min | Comedy
Stanley is an affable newstand operator in an upscale New York hotel. His personality attracts residents and tourists alike, involving him in their lives. Two people unhappy with this are ... See full summary »
8. The Last Picture Show (1971)
R | 118 min | Drama, Romance
In 1951, a group of high schoolers come of age in a bleak, isolated, atrophied West Texas town that is slowly dying, both culturally and economically.
Votes: 38,882 | Gross: $29.13M
9. Max Liebman Presents: The Merry Widow (1955 TV Movie)
90 min | Comedy, Musical
The pretty widow, Sonia, comes to Paris for a gay fling. Since she owns most of her native Marsovia, her government wants to make certain her second marriage does not take her wealth away ... See full summary »