Classic series-opener with detectives Nick and Nora Charles' investigation into a murder.
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.
Early and high-tech conference between adjutant Col. Casey (Kirk Douglas) and Joint Chiefs Chairman General Scott (Burt Lancaster), who's planning a coup, in John Frankenheimer's Seven Days In May, 1964.
Does seem like Fredric March (Jordan Lyman here) would have made a fine president, consulting with aides (George Macready, Martin Balsam, Edmond O'Brien) and Col. Casey (Kirk Douglas) amid fears of a military coup, in Seven Days In May, 1964.
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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.
Cam Calloway (Brian Keith) is a man with a dream: to one day establish a sanctuary for the geese that fly overhead during their long migration. Unfortunately, Cam lacks the money to buy the necessary property -- until his son Buck (Brandon de Wilde) embarks on a project that will guarantee success ... unaware that greedy hunters are manipulating the Calloway family for their own selfish gains. Beautifully filmed in Vermont, THOSE CALLOWAYS is a stirring outdoor drama glowingly filmed in the rural New England countryside and featuring an exceptional cast of popular movie performers.
It happens with startling swiftness and violence. An armed cadre seizes state control. Fortunately, a coup d'etat can't happen here. Or can it? A classic of suspense directed by John Frankenheimer, Seven Days in May tautly explores that possibility. At odds are a popular general and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman and an unpopular President with a pacifist agenda. At stake is the survival of the Republic. A vigilant colonel uncovers the scheme. But are the seven fateful days ahead enough time to derail a takeover? The clock is ticking.
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