|Billy the Kid Trapped 1942 N/R, 59 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Adventure
Director: Sam Newfield
Cast: Buster Crabbe, Al St. John, Malcolm "Bud" McTaggart, Anne Jeffreys, Glenn Strange, Walter McGrail, Ted Adams, Jack Ingram, Milton Kibbee, Eddie Phillips, Budd Buster, Wally West, Herman Hack, Horace B. Carpenter, George Chesebro
Billy (Buster Crabbe), Fuzzy (Al St. John), and Jeff (Malcolm "Bud" McTaggart) are rescued by outlaws Montana (Budd Buster), Pete (Wally West), and Curley (George Chesebro) who then assume disguises as Billy, Fuzzy, and Jeff. They rob and murder, and now Billy and his friends must work to clear their names.
|Boys' Night Out 1962 N/R, 113 min.|
Director: Michael Gordon
Cast: Kim Novak, James Garner, Tony Randall, Howard Duff, Janet Blair, Jessie Royce Landis, Oskar Homolka, Zsa Zsa Gabor, William Bendix, Jim Backus, Patti Page, Howard Morris, Anne Jeffreys, Fred Clark, Larry Keating
Four young executives–Fred Williams (James Garner), George Drayton (Tony Randall), Doug Jackson (Howard Duff), and Howard McIllenny (Howard Morris)–with families in suburbia, rent a penthouse flat in the city; they staff it with a young woman, Cathy (Kim Novak), who–unbeknownst to the four amorous men–is a sociology student using them for her research paper.
|Clifford 1994 PG, 90 min.|
Director: Paul Flaherty
Cast: Martin Short, Mary Steenburgen, Charles Grodin, Dabney Coleman, G.D. Spradlin, Anne Jeffreys, Richard Kind, Jennifer Savidge, Brandis Kemp, Ben Savage, Don Galloway, Tim Lane
Who better could play a spoiled and very precocious young boy, Clifford, than Martin Short? Clifford's Uncle Martin (Charles Grodin) plays the foil as this 10-year-old nephew wrangles his way to Dinosaurworld.
|Dick Tracy 1945 N/R, 61 min.|
Genre: Action / Mystery / Drama / Thriller
aka: Dick Tracy, Detective
Director: William Berke
Cast: Morgan Conway, Anne Jeffreys, Mike Mazurki, Jane Greer, Lyle Latell, Joseph Crehan, Mickey Kuhn, Tommy Noonan, Jason Robards Sr., Trevor Bardette, Morgan Wallace, Milton Parsons, William Halligan, Mike Lally, Alphonse Martell
Chester Gould's comic-strip characters come to the screen as Dick Tracy (Morgan Conway) and his partner Pat Patton (Lyle Latell) hunt for serial killer Splitface (Mike Mazurki). Tracy and Patton look for a common thread connecting the victims in order to track down Splitface, and the trail leads to a riverboat where Tess Trueheart (Anne Jeffreys) and her son Junior (Mickey Kuhn) are held captive.
|Dick Tracy vs. Cueball 1946 N/R, 62 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Gordon Douglas
Cast: Morgan Conway, Anne Jeffreys, Lyle Latell, Rita Corday, Dick Wessel, Ian Keith, Joseph Crehan, Douglas Walton, Skelton Knaggs, Esther Howard, Byron Foulger, Jimmy Crane, Milton Parsons, Jason Robards Sr., Harry Cheshire
Morgan Conway takes on Ralph Byrd's role of detective Dick Tracy who, this time around, is on the trail of Cueball (Dick Wessel), the leader of a gang of jewel thieves. Cueball murders one of his gang because he believes he is being swindled and then continues his murder spree by killing others in his gang because they have double-crossed him. Once again, Tess Trueheart (Anne Jeffreys) steps into action and poses as a buyer of the stolen jewels but then is captured by Cueball. Will Tracy be able to save her?
|Dillinger 1945 N/R, 74 min.|
Director: Max Nosseck
Cast: Lawrence Tierney, Edmund Lowe, Anne Jeffreys, Eduardo Ciannelli, Elisha Cook Jr., Marc Lawrence, Ralph Lewis, Ludwig Stossel, Dewey Robinson, Selmer Jackson, Elsa Janssen, Constance Worth, William B. Davidson, Victor Kilian, Lou Lubin
Gunned down by police in front of Chicago's Biograph Theater in 1934, John Dillinger had been the FBI's Public Enemy Number One. Lawrence Tierney takes on the Dillinger role, but Edmund Lowe gets the more interesting role of gang chieftan Specs Green in this story tracing Dillinger's criminal career, which extends from petty thefts to bank robberies.
|Nevada 1944 N/R, 62 min.|
Director: Edward Killy
Cast: Robert Mitchum, Anne Jeffreys, Nancy Gates, Harry Woods, Guinn "Big Boy" Williams, Russell Hopton, Craig Reynolds, Virginia Belmont, Wheaton Chambers, Emmett Lynn, Larry Wheat
This Zane Grey Western is the story of a cowboy (Robert Mitchum) who finds love and becomes a hero when he fights for law and order.
|Panic in the City 1967 N/R, 97 min.|
Director: Eddie Davis
Cast: Howard Duff, Stephen McNally, Dennis Hopper, Linda Cristal, Nehemiah Persoff, Anne Jeffreys, Steve Franken, James Seay, Eddie Firestone, Stanley Clements
This so-so drama stars Howard Duff as a government agent who stops the detonation of a bomb in LA that could start World War III.
|Riffraff 1947 N/R, 80 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Thriller
Director: Ted Tetzlaff
Cast: Pat O'Brien, Walter Slezak, Anne Jeffreys, Percy Kilbride, Jerome Cowan, Jason Robards Sr., Eduardo Noriega, George Givot, Julian Rivero, Lou Lubin, Tommy Noonan, Betty Hill, Virginia Owen, Marc Krah
Panama City private-eye Dan Hammer (Pat O'Brien) is hired by a killer, Charles Hasso (Marc Krah), as his bodyguard. Hasso has stolen a map showing the location of a valuable oil location, and he is now pursued by Eric Molinar (Walter Slezak) and his thugs who want the map. Molinar kills Hasso to get the map, but, unbeknownst to Hammer, the map has been hidden in Hammer's office. Now the thugs wreck Hammer's office looking for the map. When that search fails, they beat up Hammer who has no idea of where the map is. Meanwhile, nightclub singer Maxine (Anne Jeffreys) enters the picture, and she and Hammer become romantically involved. The question is whether or not Maxine is really on Hammer's side in this story of intrigue.
|Step Lively 1944 N/R, 88 min.|
Genre: Musical / Comedy
Director: Tim Whelan
Cast: Frank Sinatra, George Murphy, Adolphe Menjou, Gloria DeHaven, Walter Slezak, Eugene Pallette, Wally Brown, Alan Carney, Grant Mitchell, Anne Jeffreys, George Chandler, Rosemary La Planche, Shirley O'Hara, Dorothy Malone
Glen Russell (Frank Sinatra) has written a play that Gordon Miller (George Murphy) is producing as a musical on Broadway. Checking on the progress being made with rehearsals, Glen visits Miller in his hotel suite where he is staying on credit. Money is a problem, and Miller is threatened with being ousted by the hotel chain supervisor Wagner (Adolphe Menjou). The production company is out of money and must put on the show within the next few days to take care of debts. It turns out that Glen can sing, and, reluctantly, he steps into the leading role to save the show. Of course, the show is a hit, and Glen also gets the girl, Christine (Gloria DeHaven).
|X Marks the Spot 1942 N/R, 55 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery
Director: George Sherman
Cast: Damian O'Flynn, Helen Parrish, Dick Purcell, Jack La Rue, Neil Hamilton, Robert Homans, Anne Jeffreys, Dick Wessel, Esther Muir, Joe Kirk, Edna Mae Harris, Fred Kelsey, Vince Barnett, Jack Gardner, Martin Faust
A policeman is killed by racketeers who deal in a valuable, World War II, commodity: rubber. Private eye Eddie Delaney (Damian O'Flynn) investigates with help from Linda Ward (Helen Parrish). But the killer's trail contains several dangers and obstacles that must be overcome.
|1. Billy the Kid Trapped (1942)|
2. Boys' Night Out (1962)
3. Clifford (1994)
4. Dick Tracy (1945)
aka: Dick Tracy, Detective
5. Dick Tracy vs. Cueball (1946)
6. Dillinger (1945)
7. Genius at Work (1946)
8. Hidden Valley Outlaws (1944)
9. Nevada (1944)
10. Panic in the City (1967)
11. Riffraff (1947)
12. Step Lively (1944)
13. X Marks the Spot (1942)
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