|The Kid from Left Field 1953 N/R, 80 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Harmon Jones
Cast: Dan Dailey, Anne Bancroft, Billy Chapin, Lloyd Bridges, Ray Collins, Richard Egan, Fess Parker, Bob Hopkins, Alex Gerry, Walter Sande, George Phelps, John Gallaudet, Paul Salata, John Beradino, Gene Thompson
Nine-year-old Christy Cooper's (Billy Chapin) father Larry "Pop" Cooper (Dan Dailey) once played big-league baseball but is now hawking peanuts during the games. Christy gets a job as batboy and starts giving game-winning tips to team member Pete Haines (Lloyd Bridges). Of course, Christy is getting his hints from his dad, but, as a publicity stunt, he is named manager of the team. All goes well until Christy gets sick, but his dad comes to the rescue.
|Moon of the Wolf 1972 TV, 74 min.|
Genre: Horror / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Daniel Petrie
Cast: David Janssen, Barbara Rush, Bradford Dillman, John Beradino, Geoffrey Lewis, Royal Dano, John Davis Chandler, Claudia McNeil, Robert Phillips, Dan Priest, Paul R. DeVille, George Sawaya, Serena Sande, Dick Crockett, Sonny Klein
Sheriff Aaron Whitaker (David Janssen) investigates the murder of a young girl that took place on the property of Andrew and Louise Rodanthe (Bradford Dillman and Barbara Rush). Now, a series of murders occur in his Louisiana parish, and Whitaker comes to realize that there is more to the killings than expected and begins to suspect that werewolves are responsible for the vicious acts.
|Seven Men from Now 1956 N/R, 77 min.|
Director: Budd Boetticher
Cast: Randolph Scott, Lee Marvin, Walter Reed, Gail Russell, John Larch, Don "Red" Barry, Fred Graham, John Beradino, John Phillips, Stuart Whitman, Chuck Roberson, Pamela Duncan, Steve Mitchell, Cliff Lyons, Fred Sherman
After his wife is killed in a robbery at the Wells Fargo office, former sheriff Ben Stride (Randolph Scott) devotes his energies to seeking revenge on the seven men who killed her. Along his trek, Ben is joined by John and Annie Greer (Walter Reed and Gail Russell) who are heading to California, and he helps them. Also appearing on the scene are Bill Masters (Lee Marvin) and Clete (Don "Red" Barry) who know that Ben is searching for the robbers, and they want to get their hands on the loot. The intrigue continues and results in a final showdown.
|Seven Thieves 1960 N/R, 100 min.|
Director: Henry Hathaway
Cast: Edward G. Robinson, Rod Steiger, Joan Collins, Eli Wallach, Alexander Scourby, Michael Dante, Berry Kroeger, Sebastian Cabot, Marcel Hillaire, John Beradino, Jean Del Val, Bess Flowers, Jonathan Kidd, Alphonse Martell, Luis Mata Jr.
A discredited professor (Edward G. Robinson) organizes a gang of thieves, plans a robbery, and then attempts it. The target is the bank vault inside a Monte Carlo casino. There is one problem: the criminals realize that there is no way to fence the loot and return it to the casino. Their take after all the work is the $3,000 they win at the gambling tables. Very good performances.
|1. The Kid from Left Field (1953)|
2. Moon of the Wolf (1972)
3. Seven Men from Now (1956)
4. Seven Thieves (1960)
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