Also called Mark of the Claw in the United Kingdom, Dick Tracy’s Dilemma is about police detective Dick Tracy investigating fur thefts. He soon finds out that the thief has a hook for a hand and calls himself The Claw.
Diamonds are stolen. Before the thief can safely hide them he is strangled by ex-conman Cueball (Dick Wessel). Cueball takes the diamonds and continues on murdering people that he believes are trying to double-cross him. Dick Tracy (Morgan Conway) allows his girlfriend Tess to act as a buyer for the diamonds but what happens when Cueball vows to eliminate Dick Tracy?
This B horror classic is Spanish made. It’s about a group of people in Greece that set off an explosion in a cave, releasing an invisible, noisy dinosaur monster. Also known as El sonido de la muerte.
It looks like my Android app doesn’t like Android 5 and I don’t really know why. I got some crash dump data that said it didn’t like some subroutine, so I went about what that line of code did a different way, so I think it will work.
If you loaded the Android app and it crashed, try it again and drop me a note declaring success.
I wrote an Android app that has most of the public domain library here. It’s more than 600 movies and TV shows and you can play it on your Android tablet. You’ll need Android 4.1 or later, but other than that it should work on phones or whatever.
A painter friend of mine, who became a little famous for his paintings, once told me “I’ll paint you a picture, I’ll paint your house, I’ll paint your car”. He was indeed a painter. This is the way I feel about Leonard Nimoy. Star Trek was usually on at 4 after I got home from school. I’m sure I know all the episodes by heart. Just to show you how not seriously Leonard Nimoy took himself, even in fame, he did things like this: It’s nice that Nimoy got to make his living being an actor. Invasion of the Body…
Kansas City Confidential is a 1952 black-and-white crime film directed by Phil Karlson and starring John Payne. Karlson and Payne teamed up a year later for another black-and-white film, this time a noir, titled 99 River Street, followed by a 1955 color film, Hell’s Island.