Meth -- Nikki (Stephanie Brait) wakes to find herself host to a bizarre and unsettling guest.
Rise and Shine -- RISE and SHINE is a documentary about a high school theater arts teacher, Charlotte Brown, her talented students, and the challenges they face while competing in speech and debate tournaments in Texas.
The Cuban missile crisis inspires an oddball college professor to abandon his family and act out his fantasies.
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Academy Award winner Clark Gable stars with Deborah Kerr and Ava Gardner in this story of a war hero who comes close to losing his integrity for success as one of The Hucksters. When Victor Albee Norman (Gable) returns from World War II, he takes a job with an advertising agency. But to win the account of an unscrupulous business executive, he must con a grieving war widow (Kerr), blackmail an old friend and betray the woman who loves him (Gardner). Only when he seems to have become a completely soulless conniver does Norman realize how low he has sunk, and he walks away from the advertising business.
Vic Norman is an advertising executive, a snappily suited huckster who dreams up ways of singing his clients' praises and selling their wares. Principles? That's something the ad biz isn't selling this year.
Edward G. Robinson stars in this breakneck-paced satire that wowed audiences and critics alike when it premiered. Based on a story by Damon Runyan, the spoof follows a gangster who finds out that it isn't easy living the straight life. When Prohibition is repealed, tough but good-hearted bootlegger Remy Marco (Robinson) faces a financial crisis: His beer tastes so awful that once it's legal, no one wants to drink it anymore. To add to his troubles, Marco takes his wife (Ruth Donnelly), daughter (Jane Bryan), and adopted son (Bobby Jordan) to his rented Saratoga mansion and finds four corpses in his bedroom that he must frantically hide before his future son-in-law (Willard Parker), who happens to be a cop, discovers them.
Prohibition's ban on booze is over, and that means bootlegger Remy Marco must make some changes. Don't go calling his beer-peddling enterprise a racket.
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