Inside a flashback, lawyer Morton (Humphrey Bogart) meets the mother (Argentina Brunetti) of Nick Romano (John Derek) at a key moment, in Nicholas Ray's Knock On Any Door, 1949.
Director Nicholas Ray's 1949 version of a gritty crime scene, opening Knock On Any Door, starring Humphrey Bogart and John Derek, and the first venture by Bogart's 'Santana Pictures.'
A clever monologue coming out of a phone call, by lawyer Morton (Humphrey Bogart), with girlfriend Adele (Susan Perry), then a meeting with suspect Nick (John Derek) from Nicholas Ray's Knock On Any Door, 1949.
The D-A (George MacReady) inflames the jury, then defense attorney Morton (Humphrey Bogart) narrates his own internal assessment, in director Nicholas Ray's Knock On Any Door, 1949.
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Obsessed scientist Andre Delambre invents a matter transmitter with horrifying repercussions. Though he has had varying degrees of success with the device, he decides to use himself in a human project to test the machine. When a fly accidentally enters the chamber at the time of the experiment, the scientist reemerges a hybrid – half-man, half-fly!
Ends 09/30/14. Here's the original 1958 science fiction/horror classic! Al Hedison stars as the mad scientist experimenting with the transmission of matter...and using himself as a subject. Things go horrifyingly wrong when a common housefly enters the transmitter with him resulting in a shocking mutation. Patricia Owens, Vincent Price and Herbert Marshall co-star.
A scientist develops "teleport" machines, which dissolve atoms in one place to recreate them in another, but when the scientist unwittingly shares the machine with a common housefly, he turns into a hideous hybrid of man and insect.
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