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Mystery END OF THE LINE, THE END OF THE LINE, THE

THE END OF THE LINE (1957) Alan Baxter, Charles Clay, Jennifer Jayne, Barbara Shelley, Ferdy Mayne.  Baxter has a great part as an American writer in London who succumbs to the charms of his ex-girlfriend, played by Barbara Shelley (who wouldn’t!).  Unfortunately, she’s now married!  And when her hubby ends up dead, he finds himself the target of a blackmail scheme...


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Mystery ESCAPE BY NIGHT ESCAPE BY NIGHT

(1953) Sid James, Bonar Colleano, Simone Silva, Andrew James, Ted Ray, written and directed by John Gilling.  James plays an Italian racketeer on the run in London.  He runs into a scoop-seeking, hard-drinking reporter.  The reporter (Colleano) helps him hide out in a shut-up theater and in return he gets the gangster’s life story.  A little boy, who is convinced they’re secret agents, brings them food while they’re in hiding.  The coppers are soon onto them...


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Armchair Fiction EVERYBODY'S WATCHING ME & A BULLET FOR CINDERELLA EVERYBODY'S WATCHING ME & A BULLET FOR CINDERELLA

Armchair Fiction presents extra large editions of classic mystery-crime double novels. The first novel is “Everybody’s Watching Me” by well-known murder, mystery, and suspense writer Mickey Spillane.  o get it from him.  So Joe Boyle had to play the dangerous game of always having to be one quick step ahead of the mob.  The second novel is a true classic of nail-biting suspense, "A Bullet for Cinderella" by another well-known mystery writer, John D, MacDonald. 


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Mystery FALLING MAN, THE FALLING MAN, THE

THE FALLING MAN (1968)  Henry Silva, Beba Loncar, Keenan Wynn, Carlo Palmucci. Silva plays a tough police inspector in this Euro-crime thriller. A gang of thieves has killed his son.  To make matters worse, he’s accused of killing a police informer.  Soon he’s fired from the force...


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Mystery FALSE FACES FALSE FACES

(1931) Lowell Sherman, Peggy Shannon, Lila Lee, Berton Churchill, David Landau, Joyce Compton.  Sherman gives a grand performance as a doctor who’s fired from his hospital job for being morally corrupt.  He then sets himself up as a plastic surgeon, although he is completely unqualified.   He seduces women, rips off his patients, and soon causes an operating room tragedy that lands him in criminal court...


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Mystery FANNY BY GASLIGHT* FANNY BY GASLIGHT*

(1944) Phyllis Calvert, James Mason, Wilfred Lawson, Stewart Granger. Calvert is the down-on-her-luck damsel in this polished Victorian melodrama. Mason is great as the dastardly fellow who kills her...


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Mystery FEDERAL FUGITIVES* FEDERAL FUGITIVES*
(1941 PRC) - Neil Hamilton, Doris Day, Victor Varconi, Charles C. Wilson. As PRCs go, this one is a cut above the norm. Hamilton plays a slick secret service agent assigned to probe the deaths of three of
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Mystery FEMALE FIENDS FEMALE FIENDS
(1963) Lex Barker, Carole Matthews, Peter Dyneley. An accident gives Lex amnesia...
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Mystery FEMALE FUGITIVE FEMALE FUGITIVE

(1938) Evelyn Venable, Craig Reynolds, Reed Hadley, John Kelly. A woman is shocked when she discovers her husband is the head of a truck-hijacking ring. When he forces her to drive their getaway car, she finds herself wanted by the police, too. An OK Monogram crime thriller with an engaging script...


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Mystery FIGHTING PILOT, THE* FIGHTING PILOT, THE*
(1935, Reliable) Dick Talmadge, Gertie Messinger, Robert Frazer, Eddie Davis, Victor Mace. A fun poverty row action film with a bit of a yellow peril slant to it. A crafty gangster is trying to secure the
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Mystery FLAW, THE FLAW, THE
(1955) John Bentley, Donald Houston, Rona Anderson. The British had a field day making B murder mysteries in the ‘30s, ‘40s, and ‘50s, and many of them are unsung little gems. Terrence Fisher’s The
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Mystery FLYING FISTS* FLYING FISTS*
(1937, Victory) Herman Brix, Jeanne Martel, Fuzzy Knight, J Farrell MacDonald, Guinn Williams, Dickie Jones. This is a nifty little action thriller with brix as a lumberjack who floors the ex-heavyweight champ. He's
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Mystery FOG FOR A KILLER FOG FOR A KILLER

(1962) David Sumner, Susan Travers, James Hayter, John Arnatt, Jack Watson, Renee Houston.  A short but sweet thriller about an ex-con who becomes the prime suspect after a string of horrible slayings occur.  The murders always occur under a full moon and the victims are always young blondes.  The final scene in a fog-enshrouded wooded are between Sumner and Travers is very well done.  Is he the killer…or isn’t he?  Aka Out of the Fog.  16mm.  


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Mystery FOUL PLAY FOUL PLAY
(1955) Kataoka Chiezo, Otomo Ryutaro, Okawa Keiko, Sakurmachi Hiroko, Oka Satomi. Perhaps the best B-murder mystery we’ve seen in a long time. During the middle of the Japanese World Series, a player is murdered
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Mystery FOUR HOURS OF TERROR, Widescreen Edition FOUR HOURS OF TERROR, Widescreen Edition

(1959) Ken Takakura, Kenji Imai.  This is a terrific film about a mad killer on an airliner.  The film’s initial exposition is great as we get to know all the various passengers who are boarding the plane. The killer, who has just murdered three people, then boards with a gun in hidden in his pocket (no security screening back then).  When one of the passengers discovers his identity, the killer holds the plane at bay (in flight) and threatens to kill anyone who refuses to obey him...


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Mystery FOUR WAYS OUT FOUR WAYS OUT

(1951) Gina Lollobrigida, Renato Baldini, Cosetta Greco, Paul Muller, story by Federico Fellini.  This is a realistic Euro-crime film that deals with four criminals who stage a robbery during a soccer match.  But before they can make their getaway the cops arrive, so they split up without dividing their booty... 


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Mystery FRANTIC FRANTIC
(1958) Jeanne Moreau, Maurice Ronet, Georges Poujouly. An ex-commando, in love with his employer's wife, commits murder, making it look like suicide. A teenager's prank backfires and the "perfect crime" turns into
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Armchair Fiction FRENZY & IN THIS CORNER—DEATH! FRENZY & IN THIS CORNER—DEATH!

Armchair Fiction presents classic mystery-crime double novels. “Frenzy” is our first grisly tale of murder and mayhem, by James O. Causey.  Shannon...she was a slut with a body like flame—hell’s own angel—wrapped up in murder and mayhem  This double novel’s second tale is a great tale of murder and crime, “In this Corner—Death” by Emile C. Tepperman.  It was a good deed turned into a nightmare...


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