Dr. Hoffman (Richard Basehart) explains that it's not just the Botulinums that may be missing, which somehow doesn't rattle Barrett (George Maharis) in The Satan Bug, 1965.
Army defense lawyer Garrett (Kirk Douglas) in West Germany interviewing his G.I. clients (Richard Jaeckel, Mal Sondock, Robert Blake, Frank Sutton), all of whom admit to raping a local girl, early in Gottfried Reinhardt's Town Without Pity, 1961.
First scene for prosecutor Maj. Pakenham (E.G. Marshall), deposing hospitalized teenage German rape victim Karin (Christine Kaufman), Army defense lawyer Garrett (Kirk Douglas) and defendants (Frank Sutton, Richard Jaeckel, Robert Blake, Mal Sondock) observing, in Town Without Pity, 1961.
Barrett (George Maharis) isn't fooled when a fake evil agent (Harry Lauter) makes him a nefarious offer but gets angry when his handlers (Richard Bull and John Larkin) show up in The Satan Bug, 1965.
Army lawyer Garrett (Kirk Douglas), defending four guilty American soldiers against rape charges, debriefs a working girl (Ingrid van Bergen) in a bar in post-war Germany, until local reporter Inge (Barbara Rutting) intrudes, in Town Without Pity, 1961.
Town Without Pity -- Trailer for this crime drama
Oz: Season 4: Episode 7 -- With things wild in Em City, O'Reily begins a surprising affair. Zabitz asks Schillinger for protection from Keller--who tries to get into the rehab program to make amends with Sister Pete. Beecher looks to get even with his children's kidnapper.
Acclaimed Paddy Chayefsky story of a shy butcher who falls in love with an equally lonely woman. Multi-Oscar winner, including Best Picture!
A rather obese and lonely Bronx butcher lives with his mother, and his simple-minded shyness and low self-esteem keep him dreaming of the day he could ever find a girl to love him. Finally, he finds it in the arms of a shy, homely schoolteacher. But, then his overprotective mother steps in to try and break it up, which then becomes a test of his own will for independence.
John Sturges directed this sizzling suspenser about a nerve-racking chase to recover flasks of a lethal virus which were stolen from a government lab by a deranged and dangerous scientist.
The moving story of 4 young men struggling against overwhelming odds to remain honest. Crooked employer shorts their earnings; they turn to crime, their first theft ending in tragedy.
Ernest Borgnine plays the title character, a lonely middle-aged butcher from the Bronx living at home with his well-meaning but smothering mother. When his mother convinces him to go out dancing at the Stardust Ballroom, he meets a rather plain teacher, Clara, who is also middle-aged and unmarried. After a few dances, they hit it off, but when she meets his mother and his slacker friends, they are nasty and hostile, and Marty doesn't return her phone call. But finally, at a bar with his friends, realizes he needs to live for himself, and rekindles the romance.
Ernest Borgnine won a Best Actor Oscar for his role as a Bronx butcher who gives up on love -- until he meets an equally lonely school teacher in this charming story that garnered a total of four Oscars including Best Picture.
Ventriloquist Jerry Etherson is convinced that his dummy, Willie, is alive and evil. He locks Willie in a trunk and makes plans for a new act with a new dummy. Too bad he didn't clear those plans with Willie first.
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