Perry Mason gets a client accused of murder when the dueling scene in a production of "Romeo and Juliet" takes on sudden reality. (TV-PG) watch
Ex-slave trader Bond (Clark Gable) dispatches Canavan (Torin Thatcher) from his New Orleans home when a storm blows up, then confesses his past to recently-purchased mixed-race Amantha (Yvonne De Carlo), in Band Of Angels, 1957.
First appearance by Galilean princess Rita Hayworth (title character), happily dancing until Roman fiance' Marcellus (Rex Reason) arrives with bad news, which gets worse, in Salome, 1953.
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Following the Gill-man's escape from Ocean Harbor, Florida, a team of scientists led by the deranged and cold-hearted Dr. William Barton capture him in the Everglades. During the capture, the creature is badly burned in a fire. While bandaging the Gill-man, the doctors notice that it is shedding its gills and even breathing using a kind of lung system. Now that the creature has more human-like skin, it is given clothing. The doctors attempt to get the Gill-man used to living among humans. Barton ruins the plans when, in a murderous rage, he kills guide Jed Grant, who had made romantic advances to his wife, Marcia. Realizing what he has done, Barton then tries to put the blame on the Gill-man. The Gill-man, witnessing the killing, goes on a rampage. After ripping down the confining electric fence, it kills Barton and then slowly walks back to the sea. It is last seen on a beach, advancing towards the ocean.
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Echoes of "Gone With The Wind" are heard in this lavish all-star production, particularly in the performance of Clark Gable and the lush melodies of Max Steiner (who wrote the score for GWTW). Noted director Raoul Walsh ("White Heat," "High Sierra") captures the epic sweep of the novel by Robert Penn Warren ("All the King's Men") and tells a dramatic tale of the Civil War South, as love and war collide. Sidney Poiter stars as an educated slave.
Echoes of "Gone With The Wind" are heard in this lavish all-star production, particularly in the performance of Clark Gable and the lush melodies of Max Steiner (who wrote the score for GWTW).
A mayoral candidate is booted out of town after he is gulled into a gunfight and kills his rival. This western chronicles his adventures as an outlaw.
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