Boy Band, The Sinner and more
A series of adult dramas featuring a prominent screen star in each story.
A Spanish dowager (Judith Anderson) sets up an advantageous marriage for her unwilling daughter. Story by Somerset Maugham.
A woman (Teresa Wright) discovers that her missing soldier-husband is a deserter and black marketeer. Story by A.I. Bezzerides.
In old California, a kindly man (Frank Lovejoy) tries to protect two lovers from a Mexican bandit. Story by Kenneth Perkins.
In Borneo, a British bride (Angela Lansbury) discovers that her husband has fathered native children. Story by Somerset Maugham.
A famous band leader (David Niven) makes a startling discovery when he returns home after confinement in a mental hospital. Story by Frederick Brown.
As the big game approaches, a football coach (Frank Lovejoy) tries to straighten out a reckless halfback. From a story by Jean Holloway.
At a mental hospital, a patient tries to involve a reporter (Thomas Mitchell) in a campaign against all people who impose rules. Story by Larry Marcus.
An affair between a film producer's wife and a writer ends in violence. Walter: Sidney Blackmer. Hank: Hugh O'Brian. Betty: Hillary Brooke. From a story by Laszlo Borog.
Brian Aherne stars as an elderly Britisher victimized by a scheming American girl. Based on a story by Somerset Maugham.
A detective tries to disprove the murder confession of the doctor who saved his wife's life. Preston: Howard Duff. Based on a story by Norman Jacob.
A young office manager tries to retire a stubborn old employee (Charles Coburn)---forcibly. Story by Willard H. Temple.
In Spain, a husband's jealousy is fanned by the woman he jilted. Zachary Scott. Based on a story by Somerset Maugham.
A police inspector (Peter Lorre) investigates the theft of a valuable painting. Story by Frank Burt and DeWitt Bodeen.
Judith Anderson in a Somerset Maugham story about an unsuccessful novelist.
An old Scotsman claims he is dead. Reporter: Thomas Mitchell. Story by Larry Marcus.
In Borneo, a thief kills a man and later falls in love with the victim's widow. Edmond O'Brien. Story by Somerset Maugham.
Two outlaws commit robbery and murder---and a marshal (Stephen McNally) vows to get them. From a story by Harold Shumate.
Howard Duff plays a restless married man who falls under the spell of an eccentric girl. Nancy: Jan Sterling. Story by John Cheever.
A socialite (Jan Sterling) cares for a minister's children after she has killed his wife in an auto accident. Howard Duff. Based on a story by Kenneth Earl.
Angela Lansbury stars as a San Francisco housekeeper who falls in love with her employer. Story by Somerset Maugham.
Pat O'Brien portrays a reporter investigating the murder of a childhood friend. Based on a story by Frederic Brady.
Youth vs. middle age in a tale of rivalry between two bullfighting brothers. Chaves: Zachary Scott. Story by R. Wright Campbell.
Charles Coburn plays a retired Englishman who comes up with a foolproof scheme for winning at roulette. Story by Robert Standish and Frederic Brady.
A widower (Thomas Mitchell) refuses to forgive his daughter's fiance for driving the car that killed the old man's wife. From a story by Clock Dailey.
A college graduate (Teresa Wright) seeks a career in Chicago. Story by Clock Dailey.
An American tourist fears for his life when he learns he has dallied with the wife of a famous Spanish duelist. Keefe Brasselle. Story by Somerset Maugham.
An innocent man (Howard Duff) sets out to avenge himself on the cop whose testimony sent him to prison for five years. From a story by John D. MacDonald.
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