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Includes:The Chase (1946) Trapped (1949) Quicksand (1950) Kansas City Confidential (1952) Beat the Devil (1953) The Big Combo (1955) The Chase Originally slated for release through Monogram Pictures, The Chase was ultimately distributed by United Artists. Adapted by Philip Yordan from Cornell Woolrich's The Black Path of Fear (a perennial of the radio series Suspense), the film stars Robert Cummings as Chuck, shell-shocked ex-GI. Tormented by bizarre dreams, Chuck is drawn into the orbit of racketeer Roman (Steve Cochran). Hired as Roman's chauffeur, Chuck deals as best he can with his boss' faithless wife Lorna (Michele Morgan) and sinister henchman Gino (Peter Lorre). Persuaded by Lorna to help her escape the brutish Roman, Chuck agrees, only to end up accused of a murder he didn't commit. Thus begins the chase of the title, with Chuck eluding not only the authorities but also the stiletto-wielding Gino. Just when it seems that Chuck has cleared himself and all's right with the world, the story takes an unexpected turn, thrusting the hero back into a nightmarish maelstrom. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Trapped When nearly perfect counterfeit 20-dollar bills start turning up, the Treasury Department recognizes them as the work of Tris Stewart (Lloyd Bridges), a man already doing a long prison stretch. They offer Stewart a break on his sentence if he'll help them find out who got hold of his old plates, but he initially refuses. Some weeks later, while being transferred to another prison, Stewart escapes from custody -- it turns out that this is a set-up to free Stewart to search for the plates with a treasury agent keeping tabs on him; then he turns on the T-man as well, escaping for real. What Stewart doesn't know is that the agents expected and desired this move, believing that he would only go for the plates if he thought he could make some money from the bills and get out of the country with his girlfriend Laurie (Barbara Payton). They've got her apartment bugged, and one of their own men, Downey (John Hoyt), has been put in place as a customer at the nightclub where she works, quietly establishing himself as a man with some angles of his own and a yen to know her better. Stewart follows the trail to one of his ex-distributors, now in business for himself with the plates. But the man needs money, and Stewart thinks he can get it with help from Downey -- he doesn't like him trying to impress her, but does like it that he is a grifter with some money. They become partners, putting up Downey's cash to get the 250,000 dollars in counterfeit twenties, which Stewart will spend at face value where he and Laurie are going, in countries where they need U.S. currency and there are no treasury agents around to help identify counterfeit bills. Before the deal can be closed (and the arrest made), a new round of possible double-crosses starts between the hoods, and Downey's cover is suddenly blown by accident -- Stewart tries to kill him but is captured instead. Downey's superiors want to pull him out, but the agent thinks he can still salvage the operation if he can get to the plates before Laurie can talk to anyone. That leads to the denouement, an extended series of split-second plot developments with several lives at risk. ~ Bruce Eder, All Movie Guide Quicksand Mickey Rooney, with his kid roles and musicals behind him, went for a major change of image in this harrowing film noir. He gives what many consider to be the best performance of his career as Danny Brady, a well-meaning grease monkey whose life is destroyed in less than a week. Danny finds himself short of cash when he's supposed to take out Vera (Jeanne Cagney), a waitress whom he's just met who works at a hash-house. He borrows 20 dollars from the cash register, planning on paying it back with 20 dollars that a buddy owes him the next day, but the friend doesn't turn up. To get the 20 dollars, he buys a 100-dollar watch on a payment plan and then hocks it for the
Includes - Eli Stone: The Path (2008) Eli Stone: Unwritten (2008) Eli Stone: Happy Birthday, Nate (2008) Eli Stone: Owner of a Lonely Heart (2008) Eli Stone: Two Ministers (2008) Eli Stone: Help! (2008) Eli Stone: The Humanitarian (2008) Eli Stone: Should I Stay or Should I Go? (2008) Eli Stone: Grace (2008) Eli Stone: Sonoma (2009) Eli Stone: Tailspin (2009) Eli Stone: Flight Path (2009) Eli Stone: Mortal Combat (2009) Eli Stone: The Path Sigourney Weaver guest stars in the second-season premiere, which finds Eli vision-free for six months following the surgery to remove his brain aneurysm. However, hallucinations now seem to be happening to his brother, Nate, who believes he knows where Jordan is after a crane accident traps him in a building. ~ Joe Friedrich, All Movie Guide Eli Stone: Unwritten A rift develops between Eli and Jordan when the former takes on a paint manufacturer and the latter must defend himself against charges of insanity. Meanwhile, Eli learns an important lesson about his visions from his father's diary. ~ Joe Friedrich, All Movie Guide Eli Stone: Happy Birthday, Nate Eli's latest vision puts him in his father's body on Nate's 12th birthday, which gives him insight on a case involving a teen's wish to be emancipated from his formidable father, who is represented in court by Matt and Maggie. Meanwhile, Taylor struggles to tell Matt she's pregnant, and Keith tries to steer clear of Patti's daughter. ~ Joe Friedrich, All Movie Guide Eli Stone: Owner of a Lonely Heart Eli is ready to tell Ashley (Bridget Moynahan) about his gift of prophecy, but her reaction sends him to a rival of Dr. Chen's to look into the future of his love life. Meanwhile, Eli's latest vision convinces him to take the case of a Nobel Prize winner, and Taylor represents Jordan in his divorce from her stepmother. ~ Joe Friedrich, All Movie Guide Eli Stone: Two Ministers Nate's request for Eli to officiate at his wedding coincides with Eli's speculation about the level of his fiancÃ©e's commitment, which sends the younger Stone to another acupuncturist for a risky procedure that could provide a glimpse of the future. Meanwhile, a minister needs Keith and Eli's help to fight charges of discrimination, and Taylor and Matt learn unsettling news about her pregnancy. ~ Joe Friedrich, All Movie Guide Eli Stone: Help! Bridget Moynahan guest stars as a love interest for Eli, whose latest vision has an impact on his and Keith's defense of Patti's daughter on drug charges. Meanwhile, Matt acquires tickets to see Taylor's favorite singer, Seal, who appears as himself. ~ Joe Friedrich, All Movie Guide Eli Stone: The Humanitarian In an effort to keep the new firm in the black, Eli faces a moral dilemma during the course of persuading a philanthropist to back a trial to test the effectiveness of medical marijuana. Meanwhile, Keith helps Patti's daughter after she's arrested, and Matt and Maggie try to unmask a spy for the rival Posner/Klein. ~ Joe Friedrich, All Movie Guide Eli Stone: Should I Stay or Should I Go? Amid the fallout from the seismic split at the firm, the scramble to keep clients and employees from jumping ship to a rival includes Eli's efforts to show Matt the rewards of pro bono work on a case involving Homeland Security. Meanwhile, the truth about Maggie's fiancÃ©; is revealed in Eli's latest vision. ~ Joe Friedrich, All Movie Guide Eli Stone: Grace Eli begins a fling with an attorney (Katie Holmes) he meets at a baseball game -- after already having seen her singing to him in one of his visions. Meanwhile, Eli and Maggie help a man that wants to put a stop to a military burial for his son, who died in Iraq. ~ Joe Friedrich, All Movie Guide Eli Stone: Sonoma Getaway plans for Taylor and Matt morph into a road trip with Eli and Maggie to Sonoma, where a witness in an important case is in jail, but the efforts to get her released are hampered by Matt's history with a local judge. Meanwhile, Eli's dangerous flirtation wit
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Includes:Perry Mason: The Case of the Wintry Wife (1961) Perry Mason: The Case of the Difficult Detour (1961) Perry Mason: The Case of the Torrid Tapestry (1961) Perry Mason: The Case of the Blind Man's Bluff (1961) Perry Mason: The Case of the Angry Dead Man (1961) Perry Mason: The Case of the Misguided Missile (1961) Perry Mason: The Case of the Guilty Clients (1961) Perry Mason: The Case of the Barefaced Witness (1961) Perry Mason: The Case of the Cowardly Lion (1961) Perry Mason: The Case of the Violent Vest (1961) Perry Mason: The Case of the Duplicate Daughter (1961) Perry Mason: The Case of the Grumbling Grandfather (1961) Perry Mason: The Case of the Wintry Wife Inventor Walter Randall (Jerome Thor) is saddled with a nasty wife named Laura (June Vincent), who is insanely jealous of her husband's romance with Phyllis Hudson (Marianne Stewart). Setting a time bomb to destroy Walter's newest invention, an underwater sounding device, Phyllis decides to literally kill two birds with one stone by knocking out Phyllis and leaving her to die in the explosion. Fortunately, Phyllis escapes in the nick of time; unfortunately, she is subsequently charged with Laura's murder. Attorney Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) relies upon an elaborate (and expensive) courtroom demonstration to save Phyllis from the gas chamber. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Perry Mason: The Case of the Difficult Detour Constuction engineer Pete Mallory (Jeff York) is surprised when work on a new road is suddenly halted by a restraining order. It seems that Mallory's crew has unwittingly set up shop on private property, and that blame for this "error" falls upon the shoulders of dishonest developer Stuart Benton (Jason Evers), who plans to build a vacation resort where the road should be. Not long after confronting Benton, Mallory is charged with the man's murder--and it is up to Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) to burrow to the bottom of the situation and dig up the real killer. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Perry Mason: The Case of the Torrid Tapestry Framed for setting fire to a warehouse containing the famous Nathan Claver art collection, Claude Demay (Robert H. Harris) is released from prison after six years. With vengenace on his mind, Claude plans to use a forgery of a "lost" Panamaker tapestry to prove that Leonard Voss (John Holland) is the real culprit, and that the Claver collection, allegedly destroyed in the fire, still exists. Unfortunately, Voss is murdered, and it looks like Claude is going to be railroaded back behind bars for keeps unless Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) can prove him innocent. Veteran movie leading man Conrad Nagel appears as a dapper art connoisseur, who may know more than he is letting on. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Perry Mason: The Case of the Blind Man's Bluff A man wearing dark glasses steals a valuable necklace from the showroom window of a jewelry store--then returns the item and walks away. It turns out that this is a mere "dress rehearsal" for an actual robbery planned by store employee Karl Addison (John Conte), who intends to use the fact that an upcoming operation will render him temporarily blind as his alibi. Alas, things go terribly wrong, and Addison is killed. Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) enters the scene when his client James Kincannon (Jack Ging) is charged with Addison's murder. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Perry Mason: The Case of the Angry Dead Man Eve Nesbitt (Gloria Talbott) contacts Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) to determine the progress of the insurance settlement related to the drowning death of her husband Willard (Les Tremayne). As it happens, however, Willard is only pretending to be dead so that Eve can collect on the policy's "double-indemnity" clause. But when his business partner Lloyd Castle (Edward Binns) cheats Eve out of her share of a gold mine, Willard emerges from hiding--only to be bumped off for real. Accused of murdering her husband, Eve once again puts her fate in Perry's hands. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Perry Mason: The Case of the Misguided Missile Once again, Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) is called upon to defend an old war buddy on a murder charge. This time around, his client is Major Jerry Reynolds (Robert Rockwell), who is also the target of an investigation at Vandenberg Air Force Base concerning the mysterious crashes of several guided missiles. The murder victim was Captain Caldwell (Simon Oakland), who as chief investigator seemed to have a personal vendetta against Maj. Reynolds. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Perry Mason: The Case of the Guilty Clients Accompanied by her tempestuous cousin Concepcion (Faith Domergue), Lola Bronson (Lisa Gaye) breezes into LA from Argentina to finalize her divorce from her husband, aircraft designer Jeff Bronson (Lisa Gaye). But when she suspects Bill Ryder (played by singer Guy Mitchell) of deliberately sabotaging Jeff's business, Lola rises to her ex-husband's defense and tries to extract a confession from Ryder--at gunpoint. Ultimately, Perry Mason must defend both of the battling Bronsons on a charge of murdering Ryder. This is the final episode of Perry Mason's fourth season. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Perry Mason: The Case of the Barefaced Witness Summoned to a small California mountain community by his client Iris McKay (Enid James), detective Paul Drake (William Hopper) is prompty arrested for the crime of being clean-shaven; it seems that it is "Pioneer Week", and every male in town is required to wear a false beard! Once this matter is cleared up, Paul gets down to business, attempting to locate nearly $34,000 that had been embezzled from the local bank by its former president Fred Swan (Russ Conway), who has returned to town after being released from prison. Paul ultimately finds the money--and also Swan's dead body. Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) arrives on the scene to defend poor Iris on a murder charge. Watch for a pre-Batman Adam West in the supporting cast. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Perry Mason: The Case of the Cowardly Lion When a baby gorilla named Toto is stolen from a zoo, curator Tony Osgood (Fred Beir) begins questioning his employees. One of them, a visiting dentist named Dr. Braun (Leslie Bradley), accuses Tony's girlfriend Hilde (Carol Rossen) of stealing Toto. Not long afterward, Braun is found dead in the lion's cage--and once it is determined that lion didn't do it (hence the episode's title), suspicion immediately falls upon Tony. In his efforts to mount Tony's defense, Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) unearths several unsavory secrets, among them the fact that the dead man was a bigamist--and that there's a drug-smuggling ring at the center of all the intrigue. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Perry Mason: The Case of the Violent Vest Nearly bankrupt because of his wife's gambling debts, ad executive Herman Albright (Erik Rhodes) tries to forget his problems by hitting on fashion model Grace Frye (Myrna Fahey). Angry and humiliated, Grace consults Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) in an effort to break her contract with Albright's agency. As a result, Mason is on hand to defend Grace on a charge of murdering Albright--who actually may have been a victim of mistaken identity rather than revenge. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Perry Mason: The Case of the Duplicate Daughter Carter Gilman (Walter Kinsella) abruptly vanishes from his home while he is having breakfast with his daughter Muriell (Kaye Elhardt). Investigating Gilman's disappearance, Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) finds evidence of a struggle in the man's workshop. He also finds a great deal of money--and before long a greater deal of money, specifically two million dollars, will enter into the proceedings, along with such diverse elements as blackmail and false identities. Ultimately, Perry must defend Gilman on a charge of murder. This episode is based on a 1960 novel by Perry Mason creator Erle Stanley Gardner. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Perry Mason: The Case of the Grumbling Grandfather Wealthy J.J. Gideon (Otto Kruger) disapproves of the romance between his grandson David (Karl Held) and David's secretary Dorine (Patricia Barry). As it happens, Gideon has good reason to be upset: Dorine is a duplicitous golddigger who swindles David out of $10,000, claiming that she needs it to get her husband Tony out of her life. Pretty soon, Tony is out of his own life as well--and David, who was seen fighting with Tony just before the man's death, is charged with murder. Evidently Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) takes quite a shine to David while preparing his defense; during the series' fifth season, David Gideon would return on a semi-regular basis as Perry's new legal assistant. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide