All the King's Men -- A double-dealing Southern politician brings about his own assassination. 1949 Best Picture Oscar(r).
Rocketship X-M -- Astronauts (Lloyd Bridges, Osa Massen, John Emery, Noah Beery, Jr., and Hugh O'Brien) blast off to explore the moon on...
Rocketship X-M -- Four men and a girl blast into space on mankind's first expedition to the Moon. But due to a cataclysmic event in space, their ship is sent hurling out of control towards the planet Mars. Suspenseful terror as the crew fights for their life on a war-ravaged world with radiation-riddled nightmare creatures! The climax makes this one of the most powerful and unforgettable science fiction movies ever made. 'Rocketship X-M' was deftly brought to the screen by famed writer/director Kurt Neumann. Long considered the definitive space exploration film of the 50's, a genuine classic with a power that has spanned the decades.
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Before there was "Bugsy" there was "Legs" Diamond, the flamboyant New York depression-era gangster who was a legendary booze trafficker and notorious romeo. Ray Danton ("I'll Cry Tomorrow") makes his film debut in this "snappy chronicle...well-balanced between action gun battles and Danton's romancing," says Leonard Maltin, who rates this fast-paced bio-drama *** (three stars).
Jack Diamond had the moves. Some were on the dance floor, where he earned the nickname Legs. Others were in the streets of New York, where he built a criminal empire in the Roaring '20s - and was the target of many gangland shootouts.
Jack Diamond had the moves. Some were on the dance floor, where he earned the nickname Legs. Others were in the streets of New York, where he built a criminal empire in the Roaring '20s - and was the target of so many gangland shootouts he was also dubbed the Clay Pigeon.
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