The Last Time I Saw Paris is a 1954 romantic drama made by MGM, loosely based on F. Scott Fitzgerald ‘s short story Babylon Revisited. It was directed by Richard Brooks and produced by Jack Cummings. The screenplay was by Julius J. Epstein, Philip G. Epstein and Richard Brooks.
Burgess Meredith stars in this Tales of Tomorrow episode where large numbers of the population become inexplicably mute.
Mr. Arkadin is a French-Spanish-Swiss coproduction film written and directed by Orson Welles. Its history is quite convoluted; the story was based on an episode of the radio series The Lives of Harry Lime, which in turn was based on the character Welles portrayed in The Third Man. In addition, several different versions of the film were released. Jonathan Rosenbaum’s essay “The Seven Arkadins” is an attempt to detail the different versions including the novel and radio play. Adding to the confusion is a novel of the same title that was credited to Welles; Welles claimed the book was only ghostwritten with Maurice Bessy. In 1982 Welles described it as the ‘biggest disaster’ of his life, due to him losing creative control of the film.
A damaged bomber is carrying an armed nuclear weapon. The guy who can disarm it is dead. Can the guys on the ground figure out how to save the bomber crew and not make a mushroom cloud?
In the autumn of 1865 the unique and notorious desperado, bushranger Dan Morgan (Dennis Hopper), crossed the Murray River from New South Wales into Victoria to do battle with the law for the last time. Rated R.
Quicksand stars Mickey Rooney and Jeanie Cagney. Jeanie is a bad, bad girl that gets poor Jim in trouble with increasing regularity.
Roy Rogers, playing a character named Roy Rogers, while not being himself; posing as The Carson City Kid, is seeking vengeance on Morgan Reynolds, the man who killed his brother.