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Cold War thriller about an American physicist who pretends to defect to East Germany in order to obtain top secret information.
First scene for both real-life characters, William Marshall as the A-G Edward Brooke (who would become Senator Brooke), and Henry Fonda as assistant John Bottomly, being recruited to head the murder investigation team, in Richard Fleischer's The Boston Strangler, 1968.
Assistant AG Bottomly (Henry Fonda), acting on a tip from a spiteful acquaintance of antique dealer Huntley (Hurd Hatfield, his only scene), visits him at a Boston gay bar, both retaining some dignity, in Richard Fleischer's The Boston Strangler, 1968.
U.S. scientist Paul Newman pretends to defect but is followed behind the Iron Curtain by finacee Julie Andrews in Alfred Hitchcock's Torn Curtain (1966).
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The chief of "The Magnificent Seven" (Lee Van Cleef) is now settled down as the sheriff of a small town, when his "tranquility" is destroyed by the murder of his wife.
Paul Newman and Julie Andrews star in Alfred Hitchcock's stunning tale of international espionage, mistaken identities and terrifying secrets during the Cold War.
The fourth and final film in THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN series. The leader of the "Seven" (Lee Van Cleef) is now married and settled down as marshal of a small town. When a psychopathic teenage killer robs a bank, wounds Van Cleef and then kidnaps, sexually molests and kills his wife (Mariette Hartley), Van Cleef's "peaceful" life is destroyed. He accepts a new "mercenary" assignment: to protect a small Mexican town from a vicious gang that has already killed all the men in the town. Van Cleef recruits five convicts (Luke Askew, Pedro Armendariz,Jr., William Lucking, James B. Sikking and Ed Lauter) to help him, plus a newspaper reporter (Michael Callan) who wants to write his story. Among the distressed women welcoming the guns of the "Seven" are Stefanie Powers and Melissa Murphy. Music by Elmer Bernstein.
The Boston Strangler is a gripping account of the real-life serial killer who stalked the Boston Common, leaving behind a trail of dead young women, and the detective who helped solve the case. Detective Phil DiNatale ultimately gets on the trail of a schizophrenic plumber named Albert De Salvo and cracks one of the most horrifying serial murder cases in U.S. history.
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