Category Archives: Drama

The Law And Mr.Jones (1960-62)

James Whitmore is lawyer Abraham Lincoln Jones who specializes in mostly white collar crime. Conlan Carter is his paralegal C.E.Carruthers and Janet De Gore is his secretary Marsha Spear. The show was cancelled after the first season but a flood … Continue reading

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Confessions Of An Opium Eater (1962)

If you’re looking for something different then search this one out. Vincent Price stars as Gilbert De Quincey a man caught up in the Tong wars in 1902 San Francisco.  The movie is loaded with action including narrow escapes, secret … Continue reading

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Back Page (1934)

Peggy Shannon is a lot of fun to watch as the editor of a small town newspaper who is out to expose an oil well scheme headed by the town’s bank president. Jerry Hampton (Peggy Shannon) is a reporter on … Continue reading

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Assignment:Underwater (1960-61)

Bill Williams is Bill Greer and Diane Mountford is his young daughter Patty. Bill has a charter boat called The Lucky Lady. Just like Lloyd Bridges in “Sea Hunt” (1958-61) there’s plenty of trouble to get into on and under … Continue reading

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The Wayward Bus (1957)

Lost gem packed with good performances especially from Joan Collins as the alcoholic wife of bus driver Rick Jason. A small group of passengers ride Jason’s junker of a bus on a fifty mile run from Rebel Corners,Southern California to … Continue reading

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Dragonwyck (1946)

Vincent Price and Gene Tierney are wasted in a movie billed as a suspense thriller. It’s anything but and is really dull as dishwater. It’s a huge disappointment. 1844: Miranda Wells (Gene Tierney) lives with her religious father and three … Continue reading

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Painted Faces (1929)

Comedian Joe E.Brown does a dramatic turn as a circus clown who is the lone hold out on a jury in a murder trial. He uses a fake German accent but you’ll get used to it after a short while. … Continue reading

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