|Abandoned 1949 N/R, 79 min.|
Director: Joseph M. Newman
Cast: Dennis O'Keefe, Gale Storm, Jeff Chandler, Meg Randall, Raymond Burr, Marjorie Rambeau, Jeanette Nolan, Mike Mazurki, Clifton Young, Will Kuluva, Sid Tomack, Ruth Sanderson, William Frambes, Perc Launders, Steve Darrell
Reporter Mark Sitko (Dennis O'Keefe) helps Paula Considine (Gale Storm) find her unwed sister's baby and, at the same time, uncovers an adoption scam.
|Appointment with Danger 1951 N/R, 90 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action
Director: Lewis Allen
Cast: Alan Ladd, Phyllis Calvert, Paul Stewart, Jan Sterling, Jack Webb, Harry Morgan, David Wolfe, Geraldine Wall, Dan Riss, Harry Antrim, George J. Lewis, Paul Lees, Sid Tomack, Murray Alper, Paul Lees
Postal inspector Al Goddard (Alan Ladd) investigates the murder of his partner and a gang plotting to steal one million dollars in post office funds. He finds Sister Augustine (Phyllis Calvert) who is the only witness to the murder, and she identifies George Soderquest (Harry Morgan) as the killer. Now, Goddard poses as a crook and joins Soderquest's gang, which includes Joe Regast (Jack Webb) and its leader Earl Boettiger (Paul Stewart). When the crooks discover Goddard's deception, they take Goddard and Sister Augustine captive, and a deadly gun fight ensues. "Dragnet" fans will enjoy Jack Webb and Harry Morgan portraying villains.
|Blondie's Holiday 1947 N/R, 67 min.|
Director: Abby Berlin
Cast: Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Larry Simms, Marjorie Kent, Jerome Cowan, Grant Mitchell, Sid Tomack, Jeff York, Jack Rice, Eddie Acuff, Anne Nagel, Jody Gilbert, Bobby Larson, Alyn Lockwood, Rodney Bell
Problems, along with comedy, greet the Bumstead family when Dagwood ends up in jail after he tries to get extra money gambling on the ponies. But, bank manager Samuel Breckinridge (Grant Mitchell) steps in, rescues Dagwood, and thanks him for getting Mrs. Breckinridge (Mary Young) out of the casino before the police raided it.
|Boston Blackie's Chinese Venture 1949 N/R, 59 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama
Director: Seymour Friedman
Cast: Chester Morris, Maylia, Richard Lane, Don McGuire, Joan Woodbury, Sid Tomack, Frank Sully, Charles Arnt, Luis Van Rooten, Philip Ahn, Peter Brocco, Benson Fong, Edgar Dearing, Fred F. Sears, Pat O'Malley
This film represents the last episode in the "Boston Blackie" series. Once again, Boston Blackie (Chester Morris) and his sidekick The Runt (Sid Tomack replaces George E. Stone for this final episode.) are accused of murder. This time around, they are reported to be leaving a Chinese laundry where the proprietor has been murdered. Blackie and The Runt, as usual, escape from the police and manage to find the real murderer in Wong's Curio Shop where they also find stolen jewels hidden in tea bags.
|Framed 1947 N/R, 81 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery
Director: Richard Wallace
Cast: Glenn Ford, Janis Carter, Barry Sullivan, Edgar Buchanan, Karen Morley, Barbara Woodell, Sid Tomack, Al Bridge, Stanley Andrews, Walter Baldwin, Jim Bannon, Eugene Border, Kenneth MacDonald, "Snub" Pollard, Paul E. Burns
After being setup by Paula Craig (Janis Carter), Mike Lambert (Glenn Ford) finds himself accused of murder and robbery.
|The Kettles in the Ozarks 1956 N/R, 81 min.|
Director: Charles Lamont
Cast: Marjorie Main, Arthur Hunnicutt, Una Merkel, Ted de Corsia, Richard Eyer, Dave O'Brien, Joe Sawyer, Roscoe Ates, Richard Deacon, Sid Tomack, Olive Sturgess, Cheryl Callaway, Harry Hines, Jim Hayward, Louis Da Pron
Percy Kilbride was not available to play Pa Kettle in this film, so the storyline shifts to Uncle Sedge Kettle (Arthur Hunnicutt) who Ma Kettle (Marjorie Main) tries to reform from his moonshining ways when she and the kids go to visit his back-country haunts. They encounter bootleggers and Sedge's problems in his 20 year romance with Miss Bedelia Baines (Una Merkel).
|Living It Up 1954 N/R, 94 min.|
Director: Norman Taurog
Cast: Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, Janet Leigh, Edward Arnold, Fred Clark, Sheree North, Sammy White, Sig Ruman, Sid Tomack, Richard Loo
This remake of "Nothing Sacred" features Janet Leigh as the reporter who dreams up the publicity stunt of bringing a supposedly dying man (Jerry Lewis) to New York City to grant his "last" wish.
|1. Abandoned (1949)|
2. Appointment with Danger (1951)
3. Blondie's Holiday (1947)
4. Boston Blackie's Chinese Venture (1949)
5. Framed (1947)
6. The Kettles in the Ozarks (1956)
7. Living It Up (1954)
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