Johnny Mandel's opening theme is followed by a rousing number from Gerry Mulligan and his band in director Robert Wise's I Want to Live, 1958.
The true story of a small-time lady crook who fought to escape the electric chair in I Want to Live! (1958), starring Susan Hayward.
Slightly bent press agent Eddie Willis (Humphrey Bogart) takes on crooked fight managers (led by Edward Andrews as 'Weyerhause') in The Harder They Fall, 1956, from a Budd Schulberg story.
Promoter Benko (Rod Steiger) sells Eddie (Humphrey Bogart) on being the press agent for a hopeless fighter in an early scene from The Harder They Fall, 1956, written and produced by Philip Yordan.
Barbara (Susan Hayward) working a con, rescued by bartender Hank (Wesley Lau), then meeting his crooked partner Perkins (Philip Coolidge), director Robert Wise embarking on a crime montage, in I Want To Live, 1958.
Introducing Peg (Virginia Vincent) then Barbara (Susan Hayward) on a visit to San Francisco with their paid-for dates, when a detective (Wendell Holmes) drops by, early in Robert Wise's I Want To Live, 1958.
Barbara (Susan Hayward) with fellow inmate Rita (Marion Marshall) cutting a deal to have her boyfriend Ben (Peter Breck) set up an alibi, in Robert Wise's I Want To Live!, 1958.
Harder They Fall -- Trailer for this fighting drama
Reporter turned press agent Eddie Willis (Humphrey Bogart) pitches his fighter for an L-A crowd and old pal Art Leavitt (Harold J. Stone) in The Harder They Fall, 1956.
Batman: The Movie -- Trailer one
Batman: The Movie -- Batman and Robin battle the combined forces of four supercriminals who have stolen an invention and intend to use it maliciously.
Harder They Fall -- Two twenty-year-old kickboxers from opposite ends of Miami battle for triumph and their own identities in this coming-of-age story.
Two twenty-year-old kickboxers from opposite ends of Miami battle for triumph and their own identities in this coming-of-age story.
Batman and Robin battle the combined forces of four supercriminals who have stolen an invention and intend to use it maliciously.
Based on a true story, an idealistic high school teacher gets into trouble when he asks his students to write essays about their thoughts on sex.
Wartime friends Charles Bancroft (Glenn Corbett) and Joe Kojaku (James Shigeta) are both partners in the LAPD and roommates in a luxurious bachelor apartment. With the murder of a local burlesque queen, their investigation leads to Christine Downs (Victoria Shaw), an artist who painted the stripper's portrait. In danger after identifying a suspect, Christine moves in with the detectives, where her presence creates a tense romantic triangle that threatens to come between them. As they vie for her attention, the two sleuths find that, rather than the man Christine fingered, it was his jealous Japanese girlfriend who committed the murder. And with the case solved, Charlie reconciles with Joe as he wishes him and Christine well in their fledgling romance.
Two detectives fall in love with a key witness during a difficult murder case.
Two homicide detectives' longtime friendship is tested when they both fall for a key witness in the murder of a burlesque queen.
Arrested for fatally beating an elderly widow, Barbara Graham (Hayward) at first goads the police, refusing to answer their questions. But when an alleged accomplice turns state's evidence, Graham insists that she's innocent. Condemned by the press and the public, Graham is found guilty of murder and sentenced to die in the gas chamber. But as her execution date nears, Graham desperately attempts to expose the truth and save her life against all odds.
Susan Hayward won the Best Actress Oscar for her shattering portrayal of a fast-living girl who suddenly finds herself facing the death penalty for a murder she didn't commit.
Go behind the scenes to explore the development of the intriguing series The Batman.
One by one the most powerful members of the Justice League are abducted and it's up to Batman, Robin and Green Arrow to uncover the mystery. Part One of a two-part episode.
When Shadow Thief teams up with Black Mask to steal an entire building, Hawkman arrives in Gotham to give Batman an assist.
Batman and Robin meet their criminal twins, Wrath and Scorn, a dynamic duo dedicated to helping villains. Matters get even more complicated when Batman and Wrath uncover each other's secret identity.
An updated animated series centering on the Caped Crusader himself as he partners and deals with his fellow superheroes in the DC Comics universe.
In an unusual accident, Joker's personality is downloaded into a nanite entity, who is even more threatening than the original.
Batman, Robin and Batgirl go underground when the Joker uses the city's subway system to entrap Gotham citizens.
Green Arrow teams up with Batman when Couunt Vertigo, a villain who can affect people's sense of balance, arrives in Gotham with a diabolical plan to throw the entire city into a state of vertigo.
Luthor uses Poison Ivy's mind-control spores to take over Superman. Somehow Batman has to figure out a way to free him before Superman destroys the Dark Knight. Part Two of a two-part episode.
A new vigilante comes to Gotham with his sights set on defeating the city's major villains permanently. Now Batman finds himself in the unusual position of having to protect some of his greatest enemies from this deadly threat.
After Batman defeats Punch and Judy, Joker takes an interest in TV pop psychologist Harley Quinn and decides to groom her as his new partner in crime.
After a seemingly ordinary criminal continues to get the better of Batman and his partners, it is discovered that he has the ability to travel back in time by several seconds.
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