Intrigue, plot twists and romantic jealousy drive this riveting World War I espionage thriller starring William Powell as a decoding expert assigned to office work instead of the combat role he longed to play. But there is no shortage of action as he becomes involved with a socialite (Rosalind Russell) whose uncle, the Assistant Secretary of War (Samuel S. Hinds), sends him into a world of German spies, a Russian mistress (Binnie Barnes) and betrayal at almost every turn. As he helps to orchestrate and decipher some of the most secret maneuvers in the war, it is not long before his own life is in danger.
Daniel Bone is aiming for success. A Brooklyn gunsmith by trade, he figures the place to be is where the guns are. So off he goes into the West - and into an adventure that will make him the foe of the notorious Pecos Kid, the captive of Paiutes, the target in a saloon showdown, the lone source of the whereabouts of a fabulous gold strike and hitched-up to spirited Liza Crockett. Eddie Albert, known to legions as the ever-dumbfounded Oliver Wendell Douglas in TV's Green Acres, and Gale Storm, a classic small-screen star in her own right with My Little Margie, lead James Gleason, Gilbert Roland, Binnie Barnes and Barton MacLane in a bullets-and-buffoonery saga. They don't call it the Wild West for nothin'!
Deceptively freewheeling, this taut psychological drama follows three young Australian naval officers on shore-leave who decide to hit the streets of Sydney before being shipped out to Iraq. The dynamic between the three friends is uneasy, and is tinged with malice: Sam (Ewen Leslie) has more than one reason to be looking for a way out; Dean (Toby Schmitz) is anxious to reconnect with his girlfriend and is burdened by guilt; Harry (director and writer Matthew Newton) is full of attitude and bent on a night of excess. The nursery-rhyme line that follows the film's smart title acutely describes the narrative drive of Newton's punchy script, propelled by rapid-fire ease of dialogue, the growing tension between the friends, and the frenetic on-the-town action. The focus shifts from how they run to why they run, when the uncomfortable secret that simultaneously binds and divides them is finally revealed.
Rodgers and Hart musical about a playboy who finds his world turned upside down by a beautiful angel. The final Eddy/MacDonald project!
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