A reformed parolee is caught in the middle when a wounded former cellmate seeks him out for shelter in Crime Wave (1954).
Col. Tibbetts (Robert Taylor) and Maj. Uanna (James Whitmore) -- both real life characters -- briefing their troops at Wendover Field, then running an experiment, Eleanor Parker, as Tibbets' wife, narrating, in the atomic-bomb bio-pic Above And Beyond, 1952.
Pilot Tibbets (Robert Taylor) not knowing what's up as he's summoned before security boss Major Uanna (James Whitmore) then General Brent (Larry Keating), who reveals atomic bomb news, in Above And Beyond, 1952.
Opening scene from producing, writing and directing team Norman Panama and Melvin Frank, Eleanor Parker (as Lucey) narrating, introducing Robert Taylor as her soon-to-be famous pilot husband, in the atomic bomb docu-drama Above And Beyond, 1952.
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Saddled with a bad marriage and three thankless children, Charlie dreams of escape. When he falls overboard on a boating trip, his fantasy comes true.
A paroled convict is determined to go straight, but his plans for a new life go awry when three escapees from San Quentin force him to take part in a heist. Complicating his situation is a determined, somewhat sadistic cop (Sterling Hayden).
Col. Paul Tibbetts was the man who piloted the Enola Gay, the plane that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima in WWII.
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