|Courage of Black Beauty 1957 N/R, 78 min.|
Director: Harold D. Schuster
Cast: Johnny Crawford, Mimi Gibson, John Bryant, Diane Brewster, J. Pat O'Malley, Russell Johnson, Ziva Rodann
Young Bobby Adams (Johnny Crawford) feels alienated from his father, and, thus, spends his time with his young horse. As the boy grows, he learns lessons from caring for his horse, especially after Black Beauty is nearly put to death. Bobby and father finally get together in this weakest of the "Black Beauty" films.
|The Man in the Net 1959 N/R, 97 min.|
Director: Michael Curtiz
Cast: Alan Ladd, Carolyn Jones, Diane Brewster, John Lupton, Charles McGraw, Tom Helmore, Ed Binns, John Alexander, Kathryn Givney, Betty Lou Holland
Artist John Hamilton (Alan Ladd) heads for New England to pursue his love for art. When his alcoholic wife, Linda (Carolyn Jones), disappears, John becomes the chief suspect.
|Torpedo Run 1958 N/R, 98 min.|
Director: Joseph Pevney
Cast: Glenn Ford, Ernest Borgnine, Diane Brewster, Dean Jones, L.Q. Jones, Philip Ober, Don Keefer, Robert Hardy, Paul Picerni, Richard Carlyle
In this submarine drama, the captain (Glenn Ford) must torpedo the ship on which his family is sailing. The action sequences were filmed in the waters around San Diego where the destroyer U.S.S. Tingey fired depth charge salvos under the direction of Lieutenant Ray Wyatt.
|The Young Philadelphians 1959 N/R, 136 min.|
Director: Vincent Sherman
Cast: Paul Newman, Barbara Rush, Alexis Smith, Brian Keith, Billie Burke, Robert Vaughn, Adam West, Otto Kruger, Diane Brewster, John Williams, Paul Picerni, Robert Douglas, Frank Conroy, Anthony Eisley, Richard Deacon
Tony Lawrence (Paul Newman) is a young lawyer who defends his Army buddy, Chet Gwynn (Robert Vaughn), in a murder charge. At the same time, he pursues society girl, Joan Dickerson (Barbara Rush), as one step up the social ladder. Vaughn received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.
|1. Courage of Black Beauty (1957)|
2. The Man in the Net (1959)
3. Torpedo Run (1958)
4. The Young Philadelphians (1959)
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