|Captain Scarlett 1953 N/R, 75 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure
Director: Thomas Carr
Cast: Richard Greene, Leonora Amar, Nedrick Young, Manuel Fabregas, Eduardo Noriega, Carlos Muzquiz, Isabel del Puerto, Jorge Trevino
Set in France right after Napoleon's defeat, this story revolves around the efforts of returning soldier Captain Scarlett (Richard Greene) to regain his land that has been confiscated by the evil Count Villiers (Eduardo Noriega). First, Scarlett saves Princess Maria (Leonora Amar) who has been taken hostage by the Count, and then he joins forces with Pierre DuCloux (Nedrick Young), and, together, they fight to recover what rightfully belongs to them.
|Daniel Boone, Trail Blazer 1956 N/R, 76 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Western
Director: Albert C. Gannaway, Ismael Rodriguez
Cast: Bruce Bennett, Lon Chaney Jr., Faron Young, Kem Dibbs, Damian O'Flynn, Jacqueline Evans, Nancy Rodman, Eduardo Noriega, Fred Kohler Jr., Claudio Brook, Freddy Fernandez, Carlo Kelly, Gordon Mills, Joe Ainley, Lee Morgan
This low-budget biography stars Bruce Bennett in the role of Daniel Boone and is entertaining and educational as it tells the story of Boone's pioneering efforts into Kentucky as he battles the Shawnee Indians who believe that the settlers are trying to steal their land.
|The Eagle and the Hawk 1950 N/R, 104 min.|
Genre: Western / Adventure
aka: Spread Eagle
Director: Lewis Foster
Cast: John Payne, Rhonda Fleming, Dennis O'Keefe, Thomas Gomez, Fred Clark, Frank Faylen, Eduardo Noriega, Grandon Rhodes, Walter Reed, Margaret Martin
During the Mexican Revolution, the French have plans to invade the U.S., so the U.S. government orders agents into Mexico to watch for evidence of an invasion of Texas. Union spy Whitney Randolph (Dennis O'Keefe) and Texas Ranger Todd Croyden (John Payne) head to Mexico where they meet Madeline (Rhonda Fleming), and Croyden falls in love with her. But, many problems develop.
|The Far Horizons 1955 N/R, 107 min.|
Genre: Drama / Western
Director: Rudolph Mate
Cast: Fred MacMurray, Charlton Heston, Donna Reed, Barbara Hale, William Demarest, Alan Reed, Eduardo Noriega, Walter Reed, Larry Pennell, Julia Montoya, Argentina Brunetti, Ralph Moody, Herbert Heyes, Lester Mattews, Helen Wallace
This film is loosely based on the Lewis and Clark expedition into the Louisiana Territory where no White man has ever been. Sacajawea (Donna Reed) comes to the aid of Captain Meriwether Lewis (Fred MacMurray) and Lt. William Clark (Charlton Heston), and, despite dangers, the scenery is beautiful.
|High Risk 1981 R, 94 min.|
Genre: Action / Comedy / Drama
Director: Stewart Raffill
Cast: James Brolin, Cleavon Little, Bruce Davison, Chick Vennera, Anthony Quinn, Lindsay Wagner, James Coburn, Ernest Borgnine, Eduardo Noriega
Four Americans–Stone (James Brolin), Tony (Chick Venera), Dan (Bruce Davison), and Rockney (Cleavon Little)–hatch a plot to parachute into the jungles of South America and steal $5 million from the mansion of drug dealer Serrano (James Coburn). The plan works, but getting out of South America proves difficult when they are hunted down by Seranno and a group of bandits who also want the money.
|The In-Laws 1979 PG, 103 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Adventure / Drama / Thriller
Director: Arthur Hiller
Cast: Peter Falk, Alan Arkin, Richard Libertini, Nancy Dussault, Penny Peyser, Arlene Golonka, Michael Lembeck, Ed Begley Jr., Eduardo Noriega, James Hong, Paul L. Smith, Carmine Caridi, Barbara Dana, Sammy Smith, Alvaro Carcano
Future fathers-in-law–Vince Ricardo (Peter Falk) and dentist Sheldon Kornpett (Alan Arkin)–are brought together shortly before their children's wedding when Vince, who claims to be a CIA agent, convinces Sheldon to join him on what will turn out to be a wild adventure in General Garcia's (Richard Libertini) South American country. In this very funny story, Sheldon soon finds himself in the middle of international intrigue involving the counterfeit of U.S. currency.
|The Magnificent Matador 1955 N/R, 94 min.|
Director: Budd Boetticher
Cast: Maureen O'Hara, Anthony Quinn, Richard Denning, Thomas Gomez, Lola Albright, Anthony Caruso, Manuel Rojas, William Ching, Eduardo Noriega, Lorraine Chanel
A great–but aging–bullfighter (Anthony Quinn) is encouraged to come to terms with personal problems through his love for a wealthy American (Maureen O'Hara).
|Question of Luck 1996 N/R, 92 min.|
Genre: Foreign / Drama / Thriller
Director: Rafael Moleon
Cast: Anna Galiena, Eduardo Noriega, Marta Belaustegui, Leire Berrocal, Simon Andreu, Ion Gabella, Mikel Garmendia, Ana Miranda, Paco Sagarzazu, Maiken Beitia, Paco Hernando, Daniel Trepiana, Mikel Laskurain, Angel Alkain, Isidoro Fernandez
Julio (Eduardo Noriega) is about to wed Pili (Marta Belaustegui) but has lost his inheritance after investing in a fish factory. He takes a room from Marie (Anna Galiena), a sexy woman with a shady past, and they soon start an affair. Matters really heat up when Julio comes across a car that contains a fortune in jewels and a dead driver.
|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.
|Serenade 1956 N/R, 121 min.|
Genre: Musical / Drama
Director: Anthony Mann
Cast: Mario Lanza, Joan Fontaine, Sarita Montiel, Vincent Price, Joseph Calleia, Vince Edwards, Frank Puglia, Harry Bellaver, Edward Platt, Mario Siletti, Silvio Minciotti, Eduardo Noriega, Vicente Padula, Maria Serrango, Jose Govea
A California vineyard worker, Damon Vincenti (Mario Lanza) dreams of singing in the opera and sings in an Italian restaurant where he meets Kendall (Joan Fontaine). Kendall is manipulative and helps Damon launch his career while becoming his lover. When Kendall gets bored with Damon, she dumps him, and he heads to Mexico where he falls for Juana (Sarita Montiel). They marry, but then Kendall reenters the picture, and a love triangle ensues.
|Seven Cities of Gold 1955 N/R, 103 min.|
Genre: Drama / Adventure
Director: Robert D. Webb
Cast: Richard Egan, Anthony Quinn, Michael Rennie, Jeffrey Hunter, Rita Moreno, Eduardo Noriega, Leslie Bradley, John Doucette, Jack Mower, Kathleen Crowley, Victor Juncos, Julio Villarreal, Fernando Wagner, Olga Gutierrez, Carlos Muzquiz
Set in the 18th century, this is the story of the Spanish expedition with Father Junipero Serra (Michael Rennie) who searched for "cities of gold." Along the way, Father Serra has problems with Spanish military Capt. Gaspar de Portola (Anthony Quinn) and his men who seek Father Serra's help in exploring the unknown territory leading to what is today San Diego. Indians, led by Matuwir (Jeffrey Hunter), attack, and Father Serra tries to convert the natives to Christianity. But, when one of the officers, Jose Mendoza (Richard Egan), becomes involved with an Indian girl, Ula (Rita Moreno), more problems ensue before they finally arrive at their destination.
|The Sun Also Rises 1957 N/R, 129 min.|
Director: Henry King
Cast: Tyrone Power, Ava Gardner, Mel Ferrer, Errol Flynn, Eddie Albert, Gregory Ratoff, Marcel Dalio, Robert Evans, Eduardo Noriega, Henry Daniell, Juliette Greco, Bob Cunningham, Danik Patisson, Jacqueline Evans, Carlos David Ortigos
This rendition of Hemingway's classic story is about the "Lost Generation" of expatriates who roamed Europe between the two World Wars. The plot revolves around American news correspondent Jake Barnes (Tyrone Power) who suffers from impotence following the war. For a diversion, he travels to Spain with his cohorts–Mike Campbell (Errol Flynn), Lady Brett Ashley (Ava Gardner), Robert Cohn (Mel Ferrer), and Bill Gorton (Eddie Albert). Lady Brett is engaged to Mike but is attracted to Jake, and, despite his impotence, she pursues him. While in Spain, Lady Brett becomes involved with matador Pedro Romero (Robert Evans), and adds one more man to her list of lovers.
|Tarzan and the Valley of Gold 1966 N/R, 90 min.|
Director: Robert Day
Cast: Mike Henry, Manuel Padilla Jr., David Opatoshu, Nancy Kovack, Don Megowan, Enrique Lucero, Eduardo Noriega, Carlos Rivas, John(2) Kelly, Francisco Riquerio
Filmed on location in Mexico, this Tarzan film provides good scenery and adventure as Tarzan (Mike Henry) is on the trail of kidnappers and jewel thieves.
|Transsiberian 2008 R, 111 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Brad Anderson
Cast: Woody Harrelson, Emily Mortimer, Kate Mara, Eduardo Noriega, Thomas Kretschmann, Ben Kingsley, Etienne Chicot, Mac McDonald, Colin Stinton, Perlis Vaisieta, Bronius Kindurys, Sergej Oskin
Jessie and Roy (Emily Mortimer and Woody Harrelson) are a married couple returning from missionary work in China when they board the Transsiberian Express for a six day trek on their way home to America. They meet travel mates Carlos and Abby (Eduardo Noriega and Kate Mara) and are drawn to each other. But, when Roy gets separated from the train during a stopover, Jessie begins to suspect that there is more to Carlos and Abby than meets the eye. Soon, Roy catches up with them on the next train, and traveling with him is Russian narcotics policeman Grinko (Ben Kingsley). Grinko is investigating a drug-related homicide and seems to be very interested in the foursome. Tensions rise, actions heat up, and not even the police can help.
|Zorro, the Gay Blade 1981 PG, 93 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Western / Romance
Director: Peter Medak
Cast: George Hamilton, Lauren Hutton, Brenda Vaccaro, Ron Leibman, James Booth, Clive Revill, Donovan Scott, Carolyn Semour, Eduardo Noriega, Jorge Russek, Carlos Bravo y Fernandez, Roberto Dumont, Eduardo Alcaraz, Jorge Bolio, Helen Burns
In Mexico during the 1840s, Don Diego Vega (George Hamilton) takes on his deceded father's old mission of protecting the poor "pipples" of old California in this satire on the original "Zorro." When Don Diego sprains his ankle and cannot carry out his plans, his long-lost twin brother, Lt. Bunny Wigglesworth, who happens to be gay (also played by Hamilton), appears on the scene, and Don Diego hands him the mask and sword, and he takes on the role of Zorro.
|1. Captain Scarlett (1953)|
2. Daniel Boone, Trail Blazer (1956)
3. The Eagle and the Hawk (1950)
aka: Spread Eagle
4. The Far Horizons (1955)
5. High Risk (1981)
6. The In-Laws (1979)
7. The Magnificent Matador (1955)
8. Plunder of the Sun (1953)
9. Question of Luck (1996)
10. Riffraff (1947)
11. Serenade (1956)
12. Seven Cities of Gold (1955)
13. The Sun Also Rises (1957)
14. Tarzan and the Valley of Gold (1966)
15. Transsiberian (2008)
16. Zorro, the Gay Blade (1981)
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