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A group of kids embark on a wild adventure after finding a pirate treasure map.
Charlie Chan at the Olympics
When a strategically important new aerial guidance system is stolen, Charlie traces it to the Berlin Olympics, where he has to battle spies and enemy agents to retrieve it.
Who Killed Who?
A man is murdered, and the detective tries to find out whodunit. But the house he's investigating is decidedly haunted...
The Kennel Murder Case
Philo Vance, accompanied by his prize-losing Scottish terrier, investigates the locked-room murder of a prominent and much-hated collector whose broken Chinese vase provides an important clue.
The Woman in Green
Sherlock Holmes investigates when young women around London turn up murdered, each with a finger severed off. Scotland Yard suspects a madman, but Holmes believes the killings to be part of a diabolical plot.
When a young female doctor notices an unnatural amount of comas occurring in her hospital she uncovers a horrible conspiracy.
Where There's Life
The American son of an Eastern European monarch wounded in an assassination attempt becomes a target for a terrorist organization.
An artist grows distant from his new wife as an irrational horror of premature burial consumes him.
Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy
Bud and Lou find themselves pursued by an Egyptian cult for a special medallion linked to a walking mummy.
A horror movie star returns to his famous role after years in a mental institution. But the character seems to be committing murders independent of his will.
|11||The Cat and the Canary (1978)||5.7/10||697|
|12||The Vitamin G-Man (1943 short)||5.2/10||10|
|13||The Green Slime (1968)||4.2/10||1,896|
|15||Jail Bait (1954)||3.0/10||1,659|
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