Horror classic with great cast and script co-written by Eric Von Stroheim and directed by the man who brought us 'Freaks'.
A Devil's Island escapee shrinks murderous slaves and sells them to his victims as dolls in The Devil Doll (1936), directed by Tod Browning.
Narration describing the fourth and maybe most sinister member of the criminal band seen in the opening, Laurence Harvey as slick 'Rave,' Margaret Leighton his older and well-heeled wife, in director Lewis Gilbert's The Good Die Young, 1954.
Much grit as boxer Mike (Stanley Baker) is introduced, cynical manager Stookey (Leslie Dwyer) and trainer Bunny (George Rose) commenting, as director Lewis Gilbert fills in the background on the second in his band of desperadoes, in The Good Die Young, 1954.
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A restaurant worker is fired from a posh London eatery, so the man returns with a band of terrorists, who have their own ideas about how to run a restaurant, and they begin feeding new customers with old customers.
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