The Big Heat -- A melodrama of dice, vice and corruption. Glenn Ford stars as a rogue homicide cop who takes the law into his own hands when he sets out to smash a vicious crime syndicate and in the process finds who planted the car bomb that killed his wife.
High Noon -- A marshall, personally compelled to face a returning deadly enemy, finds that his own town refuses to help him.
Suddenly -- In the city of Suddenly, three gangsters trap the Benson family in their own house, on the top of a hill nearby the railroad station, with the intention of killing the president of the USA.
Suddenly -- Trailer for Suddenly
You're in the Navy Now -- Trailer for this epic navy drama
Road Show -- Road Show is a carnival huckster at work. Stylistically the video is magical and surreal. Dr. Dizzy appears as conjurer hawking his cure . The Fan Dancers strut and encourage the timid buyer. The film draws from the Commedia dell Arte tradition
You're in the Navy Now -- You're in the Navy Now
Suddenly -- Available for the first time in pristine HD with superior picture and sound, this is the definitive collector's edition of this controversial classic of unnerving suspense.
The stories of the Kettles and their 15 kids. Pa is always trying to get out of work on the farm, because he's too busy 'entertaining' guests.
Suddenly movie trailer - starring Frank Sinatra, Sterling Hayden, James Gleason, Nancy Gates, Willis B Bouchey, Christopher Dark. Directed by Lewis Allen. Theatrical Release Date: 10/7/1954
Rating: Not Rated
A veteran lawman must decide if he wants to face four deadly gunslingers alone when the citizens of his town desert him. Classic western highlighted by Cooper's Oscar winning performance! Colorized version available.
A greedy financier and a gang of gunmen force people to sell land. In HD.
Filmdom's legendary gangster Edward G. Robinson ("Little Caesar," "Double Indemnity") is a criminal lawyer who lays his reputation, and life, on the line defending his former assistant against a homicide charge. Starring Nina Foch ("An American in Paris," "The Ten Commandments"), Hugh Marlowe ("All About Eve," "The Birdman of Alcatraz"), and featuring an early appearance by blonde bombshell Jayne Mansfield.
Fresh from his Academy Award winning comeback in 1953’s From Here to Eternity, Frank Sinatra surprised world wide movie audiences by following up that life altering triumph with the darkest screen role of his legendary career- that of would be Presidential assassin John Baron in Suddenly. With a plotline inspired by then President Eisenhower’s train trips to Palm Springs, California, Suddenly finds Baron holding pacifist war widow Ellen Benson (Nancy Gates), her family, and the town sheriff (Sterling Hayden) hostage while preparing to shoot the President. In a tough, taut 75 minutes suffused with classic film noir elements, Suddenly presents characters alienated from their surroundings, men and women trapped in the dark side of a post war American society where the old cultural certainties have vanished.
In order to kill the president, an ex-soldier takes hostages in a town where he is due to visit, but the local sheriff and a feisty widow fight back.
Terror comes to the sleepy small town of Suddenly when a cold-blooded assassin takes a family hostage. Now, the clock is ticking and every precious second counts as they band together to stop this methodical killer before he can carry out his shocking plan. Academy Award-winner Frank Sinatra (From Here to Eternity) gives a “tour de force” (The New York Times) performance in the most astonishing role of his career. Sterling Hayden (The Killing) costars as the sheriff who is pitted against this cool and cunning psychopath in a tense battle of wills. Transferred from the original studio master print, this controversial classic of unnerving suspense is now available in pristine HD with superior picture and sound.
In the tranquil small town of Suddenly, peace and quiet is disrupted one day by the news that the President's train will be arriving and that there might also be a possible assassination attempt. Frank Sinatra gives and electrifying performance as the psychotic killer hired to do the job.
Ruthless criminals, a dedicated honest cop, sultry women and a gripping plot...all the elements of a classic police action-drama are here in full force. Police Sergeant Bannion (Glenn Ford) is investigating the apparent suicide of a corrupt cop, then is suddenly ordered to stop and The Big Heat is on. Driven to unravel the mystery, Bannion continues probing until an explosion meant for him, kills his wife. He resigns from the force and soon learns that behind it all is the powerful underworld led by Mike Lagana (Alexander Scourby) and his cold-blooded henchman, Vince Stone (Lee Marvin). When Stone's girl Debby (Gloria Grahame) makes a play for Bannion, Stone disfigures her face. In revenge, she tells all she knows. Ultimately, Bannion and Stone square off in a life-or-death confrontation.
A melodrama of dice, vice and corruption. Glenn Ford stars as a rogue homicide cop who takes the law into his own hands when he sets out to smash a vicious crime syndicate and in the process finds who planted the car bomb that killed his wife.
A fatigued man fights to stay awake as he explains to a psychiatrist that if he falls asleep it will trigger a nightmare, which will cause his heart to fail.
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