A Corner in Wheat
Intolerance: A Sun-play of the Ages
Broken Blossoms or The Yellow Man and the Girl (original title)
Orphans of the Storm
A Farewell to Arms
Notorious But Nice
Of Human Bondage
The Evil Mind aka The Clarvoyant
Charlie Chan's Secret
Down to the Sea
Reefer Madness (originally titled as Tell Your Children)
A Star Is Born
Escape By Night
Non-Stop New York
Gangs of New York
The Last Alarm
Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon
Guest in the House
Blood on the Sun
The Bells of St. Mary's
Behind Green Lights
They Made Me a Killer
Fear in the Night
For You I Die
The Red House
He Walked by Night
Million Dollar Weekend
The Amazing Mr. X
Port of New York
Cyrano de Bergerac
Woman On The Run
Cause for Alarm!
Go for Broke!
Hon dansade en sommar (English title: One Summer of Happiness)
Two Dollar Bettor
Kansas City Confidential
The Snows of Kilimanjaro
Westinghouse Studio One: The Laugh Maker
Climax!: Casino Royale
Climax!: Public Pigeon #1
Climax!: Night of Execution
Please Murder Me
The Sun Also Rises
Climax!: Strange Sanctuary
Climax!: Trial by Fire
Climax!: Keep Me in Mind
Climax!: Scream in Silence
A Christmas Without Snow
A Tale of Two Cities
The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet
Witness for the Prosecution
A Corner in Wheat(1909) A greedy tycoon (Frank Powell) decides, on a whim, to corner the world market in wheat. This doubles the price of bread, forcing the grain's producers into charity lines and further into poverty. The film continues to contrast the ironic differences between the lives of those who work to grow the wheat and the life of the man who dabbles in its sale for profit. Frank Powell, Grace Henderson, James Kirkwood, Linda Arvidson, W. Chrystie Miller, Gladys Egan, Henry B. Walthall, Director: D.W. Griffith. (Short, Drama, Silent Film)
Intolerance: A Sun-play of the Ages(1916) Intolerance and its terrible effects are examined in four historical eras. In ancient Babylon, a mountain girl is caught up in the religious rivalry that leads to the city's downfall. In Judea, the hypocritical Pharisees condemn Jesus Christ. In 1572 Paris, unaware of the impending St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre, two young Huguenots prepare for marriage. Finally, in modern America, social reformers destroy the lives of a young woman and her beloved. Lillian Gish as The Eternal Motherhood, Director: D.W. Griffith.
Broken Blossoms or The Yellow Man and the Girl (original title)(1919) A frail waif (Miss Lillian Gish), abused by her brutal boxer father (Donald Crisp) in London's seedy Limehouse District, is befriended by a sensitive Chinese immigrant (Mr. Richard Barthelmess) with tragic consequences. Miss Lillian Gish, Mr. Richard Barthelmess, Donald Crisp, Arthur Howard, Edward Peil, George Beranger, Norman Selby, Director: D. W. Griffith.
Orphans of the Storm(1921) Two orphaned sisters (Lillian Gish and Dorothy Gish) are caught up in the turmoil of the French Revolution, encountering misery and love along the way. Lillian Gish, Dorothy Gish, Joseph Schildkraut, Creighton Hale, Monte Blue, Sidney Herbert, Lucille La Verne, Sheldon Lewis, Frank Puglia, Morgan Wallace, Frank Losee, Leslie King, Catherine Emmet, Director: D.W. Griffith.
Extravagance(1930) This marriage business isn't working out for Alice (June Collyer). She's trying to coax Fred (Lloyd Hughes) into buying her a new sable coat - all of her friends are sporting them - while Fred is busily trying to borrow enough money to keep his business afloat. Owen Moore, June Collyer, Lloyd Hughes, Dorothy Christy, Jameson Thomas, Gwen Lee, Bobbie Agnew, Martha Mattox, Director: Phil Rosen.
Street Scene(1931) Twenty-four hours elapse on the stoop of a Hell's Kitchen tenement as the members of this microcosm of the American melting pot interact with each other during a summer heatwave. Sylvia Sidney, William Collier, Jr., Estelle Taylor, Director: King Vidor.
A Farewell to Arms(1932) A tale of the love between ambulance driver Lt. Frederic Henry (Gary Cooper) and Nurse Catherine Barkley (Helen Hayes) during World War I. Gary Cooper, Helen Hayes, Adolphe Menjou, Director: Frank Borzage. (Romance, War, Drama)
Hell's House(1932) Jimmy Mason (Junior Dirkin) idolizes bootlegger Matt Kelly (Pat O'Brien). Unwilling to squeal on his idol, Jimmy winds up in a cruel reformatory where he makes friends with Shorty (Junior Coughlin) who is dying from abuse. Bette Davis, Pat O'Brien, Junior Dirkin, Junior Coughlin, Director: Howard Higgin.
Manhattan Tower(1932) The lives of a number of the workers and executives in a Manhattan skyscraper are affected by the actions of a philandering and crooked company boss (Clay Clement). Mary Brian, Irene Rich, James Hall, Hale Hamilton, Noel Francis, Clay Clement, Nydia Westman, Jed Prouty, Billy Dooley, Wade Boteler, Director: Frank Strayer.
Rain(1932) A prostitute (Joan Crawford) finds redemption in Pago Pago thanks to a hard missionary man. Joan Crawford, Walter Huston, Frederic Howard, Ben Hendricks, William Gargan, Mary Shaw, Guy Kibbee, Kendall Lee, Beulah Bondi, Matt Moore, Walter Catlett, Director: Lewis Milestone.
Notorious But Nice(1933) A lover selflessly steps aside to let her guy go so he can hook up with a rich dame. Sadly, the good girl ends up marrying a scum bag gambler. Marian Marsh, Betty Compson, Donald Dillaway, Rochelle Hudson, John St. Polis, J. Carrol Naish, Dewey Robinson, Henry Kolker, Robert Ellis, Director: Richard Thorpe
Of Human Bondage(1934) A young man (Leslie Howard) finds himself attracted to a cold and unfeeling waitress (Bette Davis) who may ultimately destroy them both. Leslie Howard, Bette Davis, Frances Dee, Kay Johnson, Reginald Denny, Director: John Cromwell.
Scrooge(1935) Scrooge (Seymour Hicks), the ultimate Victorian miser, hasn't a good word for Christmas, though his impoverished clerk Cratchit (Donald Calthrop) and nephew Fred (Robert Cochran) are full of holiday spirit. But in the night, Scrooge is visited by spirits (Marie Ney, Oscar Asche, C.V. France) of another color. Straightforward adaptation of Dickens' "A Christmas Carol". Seymour Hicks, Seymour Hicks, Donald Calthrop, Robert Cochran, Mary Glynne, Oscar Asche, Athene Seyler, Mary Lawson, Maurice Evans, Garry Marsh, Barbara Everest, Eve Gray, C.V. France, Morris Harvey, Philip Frost, D.J. Williams, Margaret Yarde, Hugh E. Wright, Charles Carson, Hubert Harben. Director: Henry Edwards.
The Evil Mind aka The Clarvoyant(1935) A fake clairvoyant meets a woman, and suddenly his predictions seem to come true. Claude Rains, Fay Wray, Mary Clare, Ben Field, Jane Baxter, Athole Stewart, Director: Maurice Elvey. (Drama, Mystery, Romance)
Charlie Chan's Secret(1936) The heir to a huge fortune is presumed drowned, then shows up, and is then murdered. Warner Oland, Rosina Lawrence, Charles Quigley, Henrietta Crosman, Edward Trevor, Astrid Allwyn, Herbert Mundin, Director: Gordon Wiles. (Crime, Drama)
Down to the Sea(1936) Men engaged in sponge fishing gamble their lives against shark-infested waters and the threat of paralysis and death from the dreaded "bends". Russell Hardie, Ben Lyon, Ann Rutherford, Irving Pichel, Fritz Leiber, Vince Barnett, Director: Lewis D. Collins. (Drama)
Reefer Madness (originally titled as Tell Your Children)(1936) A cautionary tale that features a fictionalized and highly exaggerated take on the use of marijuana. Dorothy Short, Kenneth Craig, Lillian Miles, Dave O'Brien, Thelma White, Carleton Young, Warren McCullom, Pat Royale, Josef Forte, Harry Harvey, Jr., Director: Louis Gasnier.
A Star Is Born(1937) A young woman (Janet Gaynor) comes to Hollywood with dreams of stardom, but achieves them only with the help of an alcoholic leading man (Fredric March) whose best days are behind him. Janet Gaynor, Fredric March, Adolphe Menjou, May Robson, Andy Devine, Lionel Stander, Directors: William A. Wellman, Jack Conway (uncredited).
Escape By Night(1937) A group of criminals on the run hide out in an abandoned farmhouse. They find themselves being "looked after" by a friendly dog, and soon afterwards they meet up with a blind man and his young daughter, and they begin to rethink the direction their life has been taking them. William Hall, Anne Nagel, Dean Jagger, Steffi Duna, Ward Bond, Murray Alper, Charles Waldron, George Meeker, Bill, Director: Hamilton MacFadden.
Non-Stop New York(1937) A young woman finds herself as the intended victim of a murder plot on a transatlantic flight from London to New York. John Loder, Anna Lee, Francis L. Sullivan, Frank Cellier, Desmond Tester, Director: Robert Stevenson. (Drama)
Gangs of New York(1938) The undercover cop Rocky Thorpe (Charles Bickford) infiltrates a crime syndicate being run by the incarcerated mob boss John Franklin. Charles Bickford, Ann Dvorak, Alan Baxter, Wynne Gibson, Harold Huber, Willard Robertson, Maxie Rosenbloom, Charles Trowbridge, John Wray, Jonathan Hale, Fred Kohler, Howard Phillips, Robert Gleckler, Elliott Sullivan, Maurice Cass, Director: James Cruze.
Prison Break(1938) Joaquin Shannon (Barton MacLane) goes to prison after taking the blame for a crime he didn't commit. Barton MacLane, Glenda Farrell, Paul Hurst, Director: Arthur Lubin.
Our Town(1940) Change comes slowly to a small New Hampshire town in the early 20th century. William Holden, Martha Scott, Fay Bainter, Beulah Bondi, Thomas Mitchell, Guy Kibbee, Stuart Erwin, Frank Craven, Director: Sam Wood.
The Last Alarm(1940) When one of his friends dies in a blaze set by a serial arsonist, a veteran firefighter (J. Farrell MacDonald), who was forced to retire at age 65, teams up with his daughter (Polly Ann Young) and her fiancé (Warren Hull), who is an investigator for an insurance company, to hunt down and capture the arsonist. J. Farrell MacDonald, Polly Ann Young, Warren Hull, George Pembroke, Director: William West. (Crime, Drama)
Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon(1942) Sherlock Holmes (Basil Rathbone) and Doctor Watson (Nigel Bruce) must protect a Swiss inventor (William Post Jr.) of an advanced bomb sight from falling into German hands. Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Lionel Atwill, Kaaren Verne, William Post Jr., Dennis Hoey, Director: Roy William Neill.
Kismet(1943) A former theater owner and his crippled daughter live in poverty until a chance encounter with a young pickpocket brings romance for the petty criminal and daughter as well as a chance for the father to get back at the villainous new theater owner who ousted him from the business years before. Ashok Kumar, Mumtaz Shanti, Shah Nawaz, V.H. Desai, Moti, P.F. Pithawala, Chandraprabha, Kanu Roy, Prahlad, Jagannath Aurora, David, Haroon, Baby Kamala, Mubarak, Director: Gyan Mukherjee.
Gambler's Choice(1944) The professional gambler Ross Hadley (Chester Morris) is the owner of a posh gaming establishment in the heart of New York, however, his childhood friend Mike McGlennon (Russell Hayden), now a police lieutenant, is determined to stop those gambling activities. Chester Morris, Nancy Kelly, Russell Hayden, Director: Frank McDonald.
Guest in the House(1944) Evelyn, an emotionally unstable woman, stays at the home of her doctor. She meets and falls in love with the doctor's brother who is already happily married. But that doesn't stop Evelyn. She decides that she will break up the marriage. Anne Baxter, Ralph Bellamy, Director: John Brahm. (Drama, Film Noir)
Blood on the Sun(1945) A dedicated American reporter, in pre-World War II Japan, is determined to expose government plans for world domination. James Cagney, Sylvia Sidney, Director: Frank Lloyd. (Drama, Romance, Thriller)
Detour(1945) In flashback, New York nightclub pianist Al Roberts (Tom Neal) hitchhikes to Hollywood to join his girl Sue (Claudia Drake). On a rainy night, the sleazy gambler he's riding with mysteriously dies; afraid of the police, Roberts takes the man's identity. But thanks to a blackmailing dame, Roberts' every move plunges him deeper into trouble. Tom Neal, Ann Savage, Claudia Drake, Edmund MacDonald, Tim Ryan, Esther Howard, Pat Gleason, Director: Edgar G. Ulmer. (Crime, Drama, Film-Noir)
The Bells of St. Mary's(1945) Father O'Malley (Bing Crosby) and Sister Benedict (Ingrid Bergman) indulge in friendly rivalry in an attempt to save a run-down parochial school on the verge of condemnation. Bing Crosby, Ingrid Bergman, Director: Leo McCarey.
Behind Green Lights(1946) Police lieutenant Sam Carson (William Gargan) investigates a political murder after the victim is dumped at the door of police headquarters. Carole Landis, William Gargan, Director: Otto Brower.
Shock(1946) A psychologically distraught woman is committed to a private sanitarium by the man whom she witnessed commit a murder. Vincent Price, Lynn Bari, Frank Latimore, Director: Alfred Werker. (Film Noir, Thriller)
They Made Me a Killer(1946) A fugitive (Robert Lowery) receives help from a victim's sister (Barbara Britton) as he tries to clear his name of robbery and murder charges. Robert Lowery, Barbara Britton, Director: William C. Thomas. (Crime, Drama, Film Noir)
Fear in the Night(1947) A man (DeForest Kelley) dreams he committed murder, then begins to suspect it was real. Paul Kelly, DeForest Kelley, Ann Doran, Kay Scott, Director: Maxwell Shane. And, yes, DeForest Kelley did have a life before Star Trek. (Crime, Drama, Film Noir)
For You I Die(1947) Johnny Coulter, a young convict with only a year remaining on his sentence, is forced to participate in a prison break by one of the hardened criminals. Cathy Downs, Paul Langton, Mischa Auer, Roman Bohnen, Director: John Reinhardt. (Crime, Drama, Film Noir)
The Red House(1947) An old man (Edward G. Robinson) and his sister (Judith Anderson) are concealing a terrible secret from their adopted teen daughter (Allene Roberts), concerning a hidden abandon farmhouse, located deep in the woods. Edward G. Robinson, Lon McCallister, Judith Anderson, Rory Calhoun, Allene Roberts, Director: Delmer Daves.
He Walked by Night(1948) Told in semi-documentary style, this story follows the police as they hunt for a resourceful criminal who has killed a cop. Richard Basehart, Scott Brady, Roy Roberts, Whit Bissell, James Cardwell, Jack Webb, Director: Alfred Werker. (Crime, Film Noir, Thriller)
Inner Sanctum(1948) A man who kills his fiancée as he exits a train, goes on the lam and hides out in a small town. As luck would have it, he finds himself hiding in the same boarding house as the only witness who can place him at the scene of the crime. Charles Russell, Mary Beth Hughes, Director: Lew Landers. (Film Noir, Mystery, Thriller)
Million Dollar Weekend(1948) Nicholas Lawrence, a young stockbroker, embezzles a million dollars worth of cash and stock, planning to flee to Shanghai. En route, he meets Cynthia Strong, who is fleeing Los Angeles after the suspicious death of her husband. When a blackmailer tries to force her to pay him or he'll accuse her of murder, she appeals to Nicholas for assistance. Gene Raymond, Stephanie Paull, Francis Lederer, Director: Gene Raymond. ( Crime, Drama, Film Noir)
Oliver Twist(1948) An orphan (John Howard Davies) meets a pickpocket (Anthony Newley) on the streets of London. From there, he joins a household of boys who are trained to steal for their master. John Howard Davies, Robert Newton, Alec Guinness, Kay Walsh, Francis L. Sullivan, Henry Stephenson, Mary Clare, Anthony Newley, Director: David Lean. (Drama)
The Amazing Mr. X(1948) Widow Christine contemplates remarrying, but feels haunted by her late husband Paul. She meets Alexis, a charming 'medium' who offers to help her communicate with Paul. Turhan Bey, Lynn Bari, Cathy O'Donnell, Director: Bernard Vorhaus. (Film Noir, Thriller)
Impact(1949) A unfaithful wife, along with her lover, plots to kill her husband, but the lover is accidentally killed instead. The husband stays in hiding, and lets his wife be charged with conspiracy. Brian Donlevy, Ella Raines, Charles Coburn, Helen Walker, Director: Arthur Lubin. (Crime, Drama, Film Noir)
Port of New York(1949) Two narcotics agents go after a gang of murderous drug dealers who use ships docking at the New York harbor to smuggle in their contraband. The film is notable for being Yul Brynner's first movie. Shot in semidocumentary style. Scott Brady, Richard Rober, K.T. Stevens, Yul Brynner, Director: Laslo Benedek. (Crime, Drama, Film Noir)
Trapped(1949) U.S. Treasury Department agents go after a ring of counterfeiters. Lloyd Bridges, Barbara Payton, John Hoyt, James Todd, Russ Conway, Robert Karnes, Director: Richard Fleischer. (Crime, Drama, Film Noir)
Cyrano de Bergerac(1950) In 1640 France, Cyrano (José Ferrer), the charismatic swordsman-poet with the absurd nose, hopelessly loves the beauteous Roxane (Mala Powers); she, in turn, confesses to Cyrano her love for the handsome but tongue-tied Christian (William Prince). José Ferrer, Mala Powers, William Prince, Director: Michael Gordon. (Drama, Romance)
D.O.A.(1950) Frank Bigelow (Edmond O'Brien), told he's been poisoned and has only a few days to live, tries to find out who killed him and why. Edmond O'Brien, Pamela Britton, Director: Rudolph Maté. (Drama, Film Noir, Mystery)
Quicksand(1950) Lacking funds for a heavy date with new waitress Vera, motor mechanic Dan Brady embezzles twenty dollars from his employer. To make up the shortage, he goes further into debt and, thereafter, every attempt to get out of trouble only pushes him deeper into crime. Mickey Rooney, Jeanne Cagney, Barbara Bates, Peter Lorre, Director: Irving Pichel. (Crime, Drama, Film Noir)
Woman On The Run(1950) Frank Johnson (Ross Elliott), sole witness to a gangland murder, goes into hiding and is trailed by Police Inspector Martin Ferris (Robert Keith), on the theory that Frank is trying to escape from possible retaliation. Frank's wife, Eleanor (Ann Sheridan), suspects he is actually running away from their unsuccessful marriage. Aided by a newspaperman, Dan Legget (Dennis O'Keefe), Eleanor sets out to locate her husband. The killer is also looking for him, and keeps close tabs on Eleanor. Ann Sheridan, Dennis O'Keefe, Director: Norman Foster. (Crime, Drama, Film-Noir)
Cause for Alarm!(1951) Invalid George Jones believes his wife and his doctor are having an affair and also planning to kill him. Loretta Young, Barry Sullivan, Bruce Cowling, Margalo Gillmore, Director: Tay Garnett. (Crime, Drama, Film Noir)
Go for Broke!(1951) A tribute to the U.S. 442nd Regimental Combat Team, formed in 1943 by Presidential permission with Japanese-American volunteers. Van Johnson, Lane Nakano, George Miki, Akira Fukunaga, Ken K. Okamoto, Henry Oyasato, Harry Hamada, Henry Nakamura, Warner Anderson, Don Haggerty, Gianna Canale, Dan Riss, Director: Robert Pirosh. (Drama, War, History)
Hon dansade en sommar (English title: One Summer of Happiness)(1951) After graduating from high school, 19 year old Göran (Folke Sundqvist), the city boy, goes to his uncle Anders' (Edvin Adolphson) farm in the countryside for recreation. It's summer and there is a lot of work to do, but he isn't accustomed to that. However, after falling in love with 17 year old Kerstin (Ulla Jacobsson), he suddenly becomes very engaged in country life. Edvin Adolphson, John Elfström, Erik Hell, Irma Christenson, Sten Lindgren, Ulla Jacobsson, Folke Sundqvist, Director: Arne Mattsson. (Drama, Romance)
Two Dollar Bettor(1951) An honest bank employee gets hooked on horse racing, and starts to embezzle bank funds in an attempt to recoup his losses. Steve Brodie, Marie Windsor, John Litel, Director: Edward L. Cahn.
Kansas City Confidential(1952) An ex-con trying to go straight is framed for a million dollar armored car robbery and must go to Mexico in order to unmask the real culprits. John Payne, Coleen Gray, Preston Foster, Director: Phil Karlson. (Crime, Drama, Film Noir)
The Snows of Kilimanjaro(1952) Writer Harry Street (Gregory Peck) reflects on his life as he lies dying from an infection while on safari in the shadow of Mount Kilamanjaro. Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward, Ava Gardner, Hildegarde Neff, Director: Henry King.
Westinghouse Studio One: The Laugh Maker(5/18/1953) Season 5, Episode 34. A magazine writer (Art Carney) is sent to Los Angeles to do a feature story on a comedian (Jackie Gleason) who is an overnight sensation. He soon discovers that the man who provides such happiness to his viewers is really a braggart, a louse and a heel. Jackie Gleason, Art Carney, Rita Morley, Marian Seldes, Sally Gracie, Carl Frank, Director: Paul Nickell.
Stalag 17(1953) When two escaping American World War II prisoners are killed, the German POW camp barracks black marketeer, J.J. Sefton (William Holden), is suspected of being an informer. William Holden, Don Taylor, Otto Preminger, Director: Billy Wilder. (Drama, War)
The Hitch-Hiker(1953) Two pals on a fishing trip stop to pick up a hitch-hiker whose car has apparently broken down. What they don't realize is that the hitch-hiker is a crazed killer. Independently produced. Edmond O'Brien, Frank Lovejoy, William Talman, Director: Ida Lupino. (Crime, Film Noir, Thriller)
Suddenly(1954) 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 United States. Frank Sinatra, Sterling Hayden, James Gleason, Nancy Gates, Director: Lewis Allen. (Crime, Drama, Film Noir)
Climax!: Casino Royale(10/21/1954) Season 1, Episode 3. American spy James Bond (Barry Nelson) must outsmart card wiz and crime boss LeChiffre (Peter Lorre). Barry Nelson, Peter Lorre, Linda Christian, Michael Pate, Eugene Borden, Jean DeVal, Gene Roth, Kurt Katch, Host: William Lindigan, Director: William H. Brown.
Climax!: Public Pigeon #1(9/8/1955) Season 2, Episode 2. Red Skelton plays a hapless man who is tricked into being a boiler room hustler for phony Uranium mine stock con men who have him believing they're G-men and he's helping the government. Red Skelton, Ann Rutherford, Brad Dexter, Vici Raaf, Jimmy Cross, Frank Wilcox, Ray Kellogg, Dick Ryan, Jan Arvan, Ralph Sanford, Moody Blanchard, John V. Connors, Lennie Bremen, Host: Bill Lundigan, Narrator: Roy Rowan, Announcer: Art Gilmore, Director: Seymour Berns.
Climax!: Night of Execution(9/22/1955) Season 2, Episode 4. A woman (Nina Foch) murders her abusive husband (Vincent Price) to save her son (Peter Votrian). While she makes it looks like an accident, she still has consequences to face. Nina Foch, Vincent Price, Dick Foran, Harry Bellaver, Peter Votrian, Bart Burns, Kathryn Card, Amzie Strickland, Host: Bill Lundigan, Announcer: Art Gilmore, Director: Allen Reisner.
Please Murder Me(1956) A lawyer (Raymond Burr) suffers a guilt complex after getting a murder acquittal for his client (Angela Lansbury), and then finding out she did commit the crime. Angela Lansbury, Raymond Burr, Dick Foran, John Dehner, Lamont Johnson, Director: Peter Godfrey.
Time Table(1956) As a train speeds through the Arizona night, a man posing as a physician holds up the baggage car crew and escapes with a $500,000 payroll. Mark Stevens, King Calder, Felicia Farr, Director: Mark Stevens. (Crime, Drama, Film Noir)
The Sun Also Rises(1957) A group of disillusioned American expatriate writers live a dissolute, hedonistic lifestyle in 1920's France and Spain. Tyrone Power, Ava Gardner, Mel Ferrer, Errol Flynn, Eddie Albert, Director: Henry King.
Climax!: Strange Sanctuary(3/28/1957) Season 3, Episode 22. Two outlaws (Michael Rennie and Cesar Romero) hide out from a lynch mob in a convent. Michael Rennie, Cesar Romero, Rita Moreno, Osa Massen, Noah Beery, Host: Bill Lundigan, Announcer: Art Gilmore, Director: Buzz Kulik.
Climax!: Trial by Fire(9/5/1957) Season 3, Episode 43. A forest fire spreads with fury, threatens a town with destruction, and brands a boy (Malcolm Brodrick) a murderer. Linda Darnell, Forrest Tucker, Harry Townes, Malcolm Brodrick, Byron Foulger, Ellen Corby, Morri Ankrum, Ross Elliott, Robert Burton, Dorothy Adams, Marjorie Owens, Linda Lowell, Host: Bill Lundigan, Announcer: Art Gilmore, Director: Don Medford.
Climax!: Keep Me in Mind(11/7/1957) Season 4, Episode 5. When a Las Vegas lounge singer (Johnny Desmond), with a reputation for publicity stunts, claims to have seen a man wanted for murder, no one believes him - except the murderer (Denver Pyle). Johnny Desmond, Marisa Pavan, James Dunn, Gil Stratton, Jackie Coogan, Denver Pyle, Tom Duggan, Howard Ledig, Host: Bill Lundigan, Announcer: Art Gilmore, Director: Paul Nickell.
Climax!: Scream in Silence(1/2/1958) Season 4, Episode 13. A troubled young woman (Anne Francis) confesses to murdering her abusive father, but a psychiatrist doesn't believe she did it. Anne Francis, Skip Homeier, Betty Field, Sidney Blackmer, William Talman, Morri Ankrum, Alan Dexter, Mary Alan Hokanson, Cheerio Meredith, Host: Bill Lundigan, Announcer: Art Gilmore, Director: Paul Nickell.
The Tempest(1960) Prospero (Maurice Evans), the deposed Duke of Milan, who lives in exile on a remote island as a sorcerer, uses his powers to shipwreck his usurper brother (William LeMassena) on the island. Maurice Evans, Richard Burton, Roddy McDowall, Tom Poston, Liam Redmond, Lee Remick, Director: George Schaefer.
Paris Blues(1961) An outstanding jazz score highlights this tale of two American expatriate jazz musicians (Paul Newman and Sidney Poitier), living in Paris in the 60s, who meet and fall in love with two American tourists (Joanne Woodward and Diahann Carroll). Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Sidney Poitier, Louis Armstrong, Diahann Carroll, Director: Martin Ritt. (Drama, Music, Romance)
Black Brigade(1970) A redneck officer (Stephen Boyd) is put in charge of a squad of all black troops charged with the mission of taking an important bridge from the Nazis. Stephen Boyd, Robert Hooks, Susan Oliver, Roosevelt Grier, Moses Gunn, Richard Pryor, Glynn Turman, Billy Dee Williams, Paul Stewart, Director: George McCowan.
David Copperfield(1970) The legendary novel by Charles Dickens comes to life in this colorful interpretation directed by Delbert Mann. Richard Attenborough, Cyril Cusack, Edith Evans, Pamela Franklin, Susan Hampshire, Wendy Hiller, Ron Moody, Laurence Olivier, Robin Phillips, Michael Redgrave, Ralph Richardson, Emlyn Williams, Director: Delbert Mann.
A Christmas Without Snow(1980) A divorced woman moves to a new city with her child, trying to build her life again. She joins the choir of a local church but has some personality conflicts with the choirmaster, a curmudgeonly old gentleman who will accept nothing but perfection from his group. Michael Learned, John Houseman, Director: John Korty.
A Tale of Two Cities(1980) An ex-aristocrat from France and an alcoholic English lawyer (both roles played by Chris Sarandon) find themselves crossing paths and in love with the same woman (Alice Krige) during the French Revolution. Chris Sarandon, Peter Cushing, Kenneth More, Barry Morse, Flora Robson, Billie Whitelaw, Alice Krige, Director: Jim Goddard. (Drama, History, Romance)
The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet(1982) William Shakespeare's tragedy about two young star-crossed lovers (Alex Hyde-White and Blanche Baker) whose deaths ultimately reconcile their feuding families. Alex Hyde-White, Blanche Baker, Dan Hamilton, Fredric Lehne, Alvah Stanley, Norman Snow, Peter Maclean, Penelope Windust, Esther Rolle, Director: William Woodman.
Witness for the Prosecution(1982) Efficient, but bitter and stubborn, barrister Sir Wilfrid Robarts (Ralph Richardson), having recovered from a heart attack, returns to his office and is invited to defend Leonard Stephen Vole (Beau Bridges), who is the prime suspect in a murder case. Ralph Richardson, Deborah Kerr, Beau Bridges, Donald Pleasence, Wendy Hiller, Diana Rigg, Director: Alan Gibson.
Julius Caesar(2002) Julius Caeser, at age 20, flees Rome for his life during the reign of Sulla, but through skill and ambition, rises four decades later to become Rome's supreme dictator. Jeremy Sisto, Richard Harris, Christopher Walken, Christopher Noth, Valeria Golino, Heino Ferch, Tobias Moretti, Director: Uli Edel.