After a very painful meeting with Brown, Diamond (Cornel Wilde) finds two important players in his target’s past – though one ends up dead. Part 2 of 3.
Archive for the 'drama' Category
A police detective (Cornel Wilde) obsessed with bringing down a mob boss can’t come up with any hard evidence against him. But a name uttered by the boss’ troubled girlfriend might be a lifeline for the investigation. 1955. Part 1 of 3.
The clock keeps ticking as Paul (E.G. Marshall) struggles to find a way to escape the bomb in time. Will the wife he intends to kill help him? Part 2 of 2.
Alfred Hitchcock directed this anthology series’ first episode, about a watchmaker (E.G. Marshall) who plans precise and drastic revenge against his wife he suspects is cheating on him. First aired 1957. Part 1 of 2.
Christie (Teresa Graves) navigates secrets and lies to get closer to the truth of Helena’s baby and the ledger – but Cortino’s thugs are getting closer to her.
(Correction: There were four guys in the Christie Love scene in Reservoir Dogs, not three.)
A police detective (Teresa Graves) uses her smarts and fight skills to put pressure on the girlfriend of a drug kingpin to reveal information. 1974. Part 1 of 2.