A veteran Los Angeles cop and his new partner are called in to assist with the crackdown against gang violence.
Nice paintings, Franz Waxman music, Paul Frees narration and fancy visual effects, opening the offbeat epic Taras Bulba, 1962, starring Yul Brynner and Tony Curtis, based on Nikolai Gogol's novel.
Convict Tolly (Cliff Robertson) gets friendly with the doctor (Henry Norell) then closes in on Farrar (Peter Brocco), one of his father's killers, in writer-producer-director Samuel Fuller's Underworld U.S.A., 1961.
Memorable opening, Edward Dmytryk directing, titles by Saul Bass, music by Elmer Bernstein, from Walk On The Wild Side, 1962, from the Nelson Algren novel, starring Laurence Harvey, Capucine, Jane Fonda and Barabara Stanwyck.
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An experienced cop and his rookie partner patrol the streets of East Los Angeles while trying to keep the gang violence under control.
Bickford Warner, a.k.a. Kid Blue, is a bumbling outlaw who wants to move to the "big city" to retire from his life of crime. Arriving in the tiny town of Dime Box, Texas, he begins a series of routine jobs; cleaning spittoons, sweeping out a barbershop, slaughtering chickens, and shoveling coal into the huge kiln at the town's only factory, the Great American Ceramic Novelty Company, which manufactures the sort of cheesy ashtray sold at tourist traps in places like Atlantic City. It's not easy to blend in. The Sheriff is on his case, berating him and calling him white trash. But then again, maybe "blending in" isn't possible in this town of eccentrics, including a married man who rhapsodizes about male companionship and the Greeks, and a fire-and-brimstone preacher who is building an "aero-cycle" (a bicycle with wings) and praises the Lord for his gifts of peyote, hemp and alcohol. Eventually, though, Bickford is drawn back to a life of crime...
Bickford Waner, an apparently naive young man from Fort Worth, arrives in the tiny Texas town of Dime Box and takes on a variety of menial jobs. He's befriended by Reese Ford and his wife Molly, but before long Molly has seduced Bickford. Only with the arrival of Bickford's former girlfriend Janet Conforto is it revealed that Bickford is actually the notorious train robber Kid Blue. Humiliated by a scandal arising from his affair with his friend's wife, Bickford gives up on going straight and plots a crime.
The saga of one man's attempt to escape imprisonment. In HD.
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