A world-weary gunfighter, diagnosed with tuberculosis and ready to hang up his guns, falls for a local beauty in a small New Mexico town - but his haunted past won't leave him alone in this taut western drama.
Juke Girl movie trailer - starring Alan Hale, Ronald Reagan, Gene Lockhart, Ann Sheridan, George Tobias, Richard Whorf. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Trail Street movie trailer - starring Randolph Scott, Robert Ryan, Anne Jeffreys, George 'Gabby' Hayes, Madge Meredith, Steve Brodie. Directed by Ray Enright. Genre: Western
Rating: Not Rated
Van Johnson cracks heads and cases in this hardboiled crime thriller costarring Gloria DeHaven and Arlene Dahl, directed by Roy Rowland (The Girl Hunters) and written by Oscar®-winner* Charles Schnee (They Live by Night). Assigned to investigate the murder of a plainclothes detective outside a bookie joint, homicide lieutenant Mike Conovan (Johnson) must also prove the cop was not on the take after $1,000 is found in his pocket. Following a slim set of clues, Conovan is beaten, shot and double-crossed as he sets out to catch a killer and clear the detective’s name.
A dedicated FBI agent (James Stewart) thinks back on the agency's battles against the Klan, organized crime and Communist spies in The FBI Story (1959).
Much transpires as Tex (Ritter), a lawman still under cover with a crooked gang, strolls in with a nutty English folk song, then faces down rival Cherokee (Warner Richmond) and boss Evans (Richard Adams), in Song Of The Gringo, 1936.
Who knew, that Elia Kazan directed Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn, as New Mexico cattle baron Col. Jim Brewton and his new from St. Louis wife Lutie, taking in lots of landscape, in their first extended scene together, in The Sea Of Grass, 1947.
Publisher Charity (Mary Welch) first with her editor Spiro (Stuart Randall) then with her new rival Mitchell (Gene Evans) during his first triumph, in Samuel Fuller's Park Row, 1952.
Early scene with geezer Billy (George 'Gabby' Hayes) delivering a note and some exposition with land agent Harper (Robert Ryan), in Trail Street, 1947, also starring Randolph Scott.
Idealism as pure as any in a film by writer, producer, director Sam Fuller, as veteran reporter Davenport (Herbert Heyes) recollects for editor Mitchell (Gene Evans) in Park Row, 1952.
Land agent Harper (Robert Ryan) defends a farmer from a cowboy as serene Bat Masterson (Randolph Scott) arrives in Liberal, Kansas, greeted by evil Maury (Billy House) and pal Billy (George 'Gabby' Hayes) in Trail Street, 1947.
Disgruntled reporter Mitchell (Gene Evans) at the bar, to the graveyard, and back at the bar, confronted by employer Charity Hackett (Mary Welch) in ex-newsman Samuel Fuller's Park Row, 1952.
American movie icon James Stewart portrays one of J. Edgar Hoover's finest and Vera Miles co-stars as his steadfast wife in this salute to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The colorful career of Agent Chip Hardesty (Stewart) covers 1924 to the late '50s. Along the way he tangles with everything from the Ku Klux Klan to a bomber who commits mass murder for insurance money.
"Wild" Bill Elliott is a cowboy who goes in search of the man who killed his brother, and finds himself in the small town of Bitter Creek.
A mysterious bandit, El Coyote fights against outlaws trying to form a corrupt cattlemens association. Truthfully, this isnt all that good of a movie, but the card room scene with Brown, Foster, and Wakely is pretty amusing and its nice to see Hoot one last time.
Rex Allen is a postal inspector sent to California to investigate why mail is taking so long by ship. Eventually, a race is set up to determine which method is faster - land or sea?
A US government veterinarian near the US/Canadian border uncovers a smuggling ring using silver fox pelts to bring illegal goods into the States.
Director Sam Fuller, who once worked in tabloid journalism, breathes real life into this drama about a man trying to start an opposition paper.
The Cartwrights object when a neighbor's son wants to sell his family's property to his future father-in-law, Len Keith. After all, the uncaring mine operator would ruin the region's water supply with pollution.
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Andrews survives the exploding manhole cover.
Andrews and Joan survive going over the cliff and continue on to San Francisco, a psychiatrist brings Sonya Rokoff out of her trance.
Martin Andrews (Herman Brix) escapes being caught by Victor Poten's automaton.
A madman sets out to destroy a group of Chinatown merchants.
Wong saves Andrews, Joan and Willy Fu from Poten's gas but Poten and Sonya Rokoff escape.
Wong saves Andrews from Grogan's noose, Poten threatens to kill Grogan by midnight.
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