The Great Flamarion is an arrogant, friendless, sideshow marksman who displays his trick gunshot act in the vaudeville circuit. He falls in love with the magicians assistant. She tries to get him to kill her husband.
Albert Frédéric, earlier in life, caused a murder and made it look like an accident for financial gain.
Here’s a pretty good little film noir presentation from the 1940’s. It stars Edward G. Robinson and Lon McCallister. You’ll notice the bad girl that is a very young Julie London of later singing fame.
Lloyd Bridges plays an ex-GI, Frank Pryor, who arrives in London to visit a wartime girlfriend, whom he hasn’t seen in six years. His arrival at the airport coincides with a man being killed by a sniper, and he finds himself to be a suspect.
A mysterious gypsy tries to convince an escaped convict into returning to prison. It’s pretty evident the gypsy is more than meets the eye. Look for a very young Robert Blake.
A mild mannered man has a premonition about an earthquake in this series that was a predecessor of Outer Limits and Twilight Zone.
Harold Stern has a rare blood type, but he knows that if he donates blood to a girl, he’ll be tormented by visions of her future.