A man with a fixation on Humphrey Bogart gets plastic surgery to make him look exactly like Bogart. Then he changes his name to Sam Marlowe (after Sam Spade and Phillip Marlowe, two of ... See full summary »
Dr. Fu Manchu, evil genius and possessor of seemingly unlimited financial resources, has pledged to bring about the downfall of western civilization to avenge unknown wrongs of the past. ... See full summary »
Nick Cherney, in prison for embezzling from Torno Freight Co., sees a chance to get back at Johnny Torno through his young priest brother Jess. He pays fellow prisoner Rocky, who gets out a... See full summary »
Our family didn't have TV in 1953/54 but the next door neighbours did. I was 8 or 9 at the time and I can still remember the closing scenes of "I Am The Law"on Friday afternoons.If my (pretty ancient) memory serves me correctly, George Raft's programme was aired immediately before "The Cisco Kid" on BBC Television (the only player in town !). I would love to think someone somewhere would issue the series on DVD, but I'm not holding my breath. Here in the United Kingdom, very little early television survives, America, on the other hand - due to its enormously large land mass - carefully filmed popular shows for syndicated distribution. Many programmes survive in excellent condition including "Criminologist" with Canadian actor Donald Woods at the helm.
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