|The Rebel Set 1959 N/R, 72 min.|
Director: Gene Fowler
Cast: Gregg Palmer, Kathleen Crowley, Edward Platt, John Lupton, Don Sullivan, Ned Glass, Vikki Dougan, I. Stanford Jolley, Gene Roth, Robert Shayne, Collette Lyons, Byron Foulger, Gloria Moreland, Cecil Elliott, Grace Field
After an L.A. coffee bar owner and con man, Mr. T (Edward Platt), coerces three losers–John, Ray, and George (Gregg Palmer, John Lupton, and Don Sullivan)–into robbing an armored car in Chicago, double crossing and murder lie ahead.
|Tunnel of Love 1958 N/R, 98 min.|
Director: Gene Kelly
Cast: Doris Day, Richard Widmark, Gig Young, Gia Scala, Elisabeth Fraser, Doodles Weaver, Elizabeth Wilson, Charles Wagenheim, Robert Williams, Vikki Dougan, Esquire Trio, Sid Melton, Cosmo Sardo, Donald Kerr, Howard Negley
There are really funny things that happen during the adoption process, and a married couple, Isolde and Augie Poole (Doris Day and Richard Widmark), encounter more than their share when they register with the Rock-a-Bye adoption agency. When the agency sends out Estelle Novick (Gia Scala) to interview Isolde and Augie, their neighbor Dick (Gig Young) hits on her, and Estelle decides that Augie is not a good candidate for fatherhood. Augie decides to change Estelle's mind by taking her out to dinner. Matters get out of hand, and Augie wakes up in a motel room with a hangover. Nine months later, the agency tells Augie and Isolde that they have a baby for them. The baby bears a striking resemblance to Augie. Is there more to this than meets the eye?
|1. The Rebel Set (1959)|
2. Tunnel of Love (1958)
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