|Border Incident 1949 N/R, 92 min.|
Director: Anthony Mann
Cast: Ricardo Montalban, George Murphy, Howard Da Silva, James Mitchell, Arnold Moss, Alfonso Bedoya, Teresa Celli, Charles McGraw, Jose Torvay, John Ridgely, Arthur Hunnicutt, Sig Ruman, Otto Waldis
Mexican federal agent Pablo Rodriguez (Ricardo Montalban) and American border patrol agent Jack Bearnes (George Murphy) join forces to infiltrate a smuggling ring and put an end to the killing and kidnapping of illegal aliens around the California border.
|Kim 1950 N/R, 112 min.|
Genre: Family / Adventure / Drama
Director: Victor Saville
Cast: Errol Flynn, Dean Stockwell, Paul Lukas, Robert Douglas, Thomas Gomez, Cecil Kellaway, Reginald Owen, Arnold Moss, Richard Hale, Hayden Rorke, Laurette Luez, Roman Toporow, Ivan Triesault, Olaf Hytten, Hamilton Camp
Based on the Rudyard Kipling story, this plot revolves around an orphaned boy, Kim (Dean Stockwell), who is recruited by the Secret Service in India and trained by Mahbub Ali (Errol Flynn) to become an espionage agent for the British. Kim's mission: work with Mahbub Ali and help rid India of the Czarist Russians who are causing trouble in India.
|King Lear 1953 TV, 73 min.|
Director: Andrew McCullough
Cast: Orson Welles, Beatrice Straight, Natasha Parry, Arnold Moss, Margaret Phillips, Bramwell Fletcher, David J. Stewart, Alan Badel, Michael MacLiammoir, Frederick Worlock, Scott Forbes, Wesley Addy, Fred Sadoff, Lloyd Bochner, Chris Gampel
This is a good made-for-TV, black-and-white film of the Shakespeare tragedy. Orson Welles plays King Lear who makes the wrong decision concerning the division of his land and power among his daughters Goneril and Regan (Beatrice Straight and Margaret Phillips) after he takes away his youngest daughter Cordelia's (Natasha Parry) rights to the kingdom. He bases his decision on their expression of how much each one loves him. The play's subplot about the Duke of Gloucester and his son was deleted in the interest of time.
|The Loves of Carmen 1948 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: Charles Vidor
Cast: Rita Hayworth, Glenn Ford, Ron Randell, Victor Jory, Luther Adler, Philip Van Zandt, Arnold Moss, Margaret Wycherly, Bernard Nedell, Wally Cassell
Carmen (Rita Hayworth) is a beautiful–but immoral–gypsy who has been told that she will die "at the hands of the man she loves." When she ruins the life of "the man she loves," a young officer, Don Jose (Glenn Ford), he fulfills the prophecy and kills Carmen.
|Mask of the Avenger 1951 N/R, 83 min.|
Director: Phil Karlson
Cast: John Derek, Anthony Quinn, Jody Lawrance, Arnold Moss, Trevor Bardette, Tristram Coffin, Harry Cording, Gregory Gaye, Minerva Urecal, Philip Van Zandt
When Captain Renato Dimorna (John Derek) returns from the war, he learns that his father has been killed. He then puts on a black mask and vows to avenge the murder.
|My Favorite Spy 1951 N/R, 93 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Musical / Romance
Director: Norman Z. McLeod
Cast: Bob Hope, Hedy Lamarr, Francis L. Sullivan, Arnold Moss, John Archer, Morris Ankrum, Iris Adrian, Frank Faylen, Mike Mazurki, Marc Lawrence, Luis Van Rooten, Alden "Stephen" Chase, Angela Clarke, Tonio Selwart, Ralph Smiley
Burlesque comic Peanuts White (Bob Hope) is recruited by the FBI to impersonate his look-alike, Eric Augustine (also played by Hope), who is an international spy. Eric holds vital microfilm that the FBI wants Peanuts to bring back to them. Peanuts heads off to Tangiers and meets Eric's girlfriend, Lily Dalbray (Hedy Lamarr). Peanuts tries to get his hands on the microfilm, but Lily's superior, Karl Brubaker (Francis L. Sullivan), also wants it. Good slapstick comedy ensues.
|Reign of Terror 1949 N/R, 89 min.|
aka: The Black Book
Director: Anthony Mann
Cast: Robert Cummings, Arlene Dahl, Richard Hart, Richard Basehart, Arnold Moss, Norman Lloyd, Charles McGraw, Beulah Bondi, Jess Barker, Wade Crosby, William Challee, Ellen Lowe, John Doucette, Victor Kilian, Wilton Graff
Set in France during the French Revolution, this tale of conspiracy and greed centers on the actions of Maximilian Robespierre (Richard Basehart) whose name has become synonymous with The Terror.
|Salome 1953 N/R, 103 min.|
Director: William Dieterle
Cast: Rita Hayworth, Stewart Granger, Charles Laughton, Judith Anderson, Cedric Hardwicke, Alan Badel, Basil Sydney, Rex Reason, Arnold Moss, Maurice Schwartz, Asoka, Sujata, Michael Granger, Guy Kingsford, Lou Nova
John the Baptist (Alan Badel) preaches against King Herod (Charles Laughton) and Queen Herodias (Judith Anderson) in this Biblical drama about the princess Salome (Rita Hayworth) who is Herod's stepdaughter. Salome is in love with Claudius (Stewart Granger), but she seduces John the Baptist. Later, she repents and tries to save John's life when she mistakenly believes that if she performs the "Dance of the Seven Veils" for Herod, John's life will be saved.
|Star Trek Original Series, Vol. 6 (Episodes 12&13) 1966 TV, 120 min.|
Director: Vincent McEveety, Gerd Oswald
Cast: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, Grace Lee Whitney, Nichelle Nichols, Kim Darby, Michael J. Pollard, Karl Black, Marc Adams, Arnold Moss
Two episodes of the original Star Trek series are presented in this DVD offering. Trailers from these episodes are also included. "Miri" (aired 10/27/1966, stardate 2713.5)–Children are the only ones left on a planet visited by the Enterprise. The plague that killed all the adults now infests the crewmembers. "The Conscience of the King" (aired 12/8/1966, stardate 2817.6)–Kirk investigates an actor, who may be the person responsible for a massacre on the planet Tarsus IV. Is he jeopardizing the Enterprise in his quest?
|Viva Zapata! 1952 N/R, 112 min.|
Genre: Drama / Western
Director: Elia Kazan
Cast: Marlon Brando, Jean Peters, Anthony Quinn, Joseph Wiseman, Mildred Dunnock, Arnold Moss, Frank Silvera, Margo, Alan Reed, Lou Gilbert, Harold Gordon, Florenz Ames, Richard Garrick, Fay Roope, Frank DeKova
During the Mexican Revolution Emiliano Zapata (Marlon Brando) comes down from the hills and joins Pancho Villa (Alan Reed) to support the exiled Don Francisco Madero (Harold Gordon) against President Porfirio Diaz (Fay Roope). Diaz flees, and Madera becomes president but is then assassinated. Zapata and Villa again join forces and seek a new leader. Zapata takes the position of president, but, once in office, he is confronted with the ease of corruption, and more problems ensue. Anthony Quinn carried away an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in his role of Emiliano's fighting, drinking brother Eufemio Zapata, and Marlon Brando was nominated for Best Actor.
|1. Border Incident (1949)|
2. Gambit (1966)
3. Kim (1950)
4. King Lear (1953)
5. The Loves of Carmen (1948)
6. Mask of the Avenger (1951)
7. My Favorite Spy (1951)
8. Reign of Terror (1949)
aka: The Black Book
9. Salome (1953)
10. Star Trek Original Series, Vol. 6 (Episodes 12&13) (1966)
11. Viva Zapata! (1952)
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