Tommy is an innocent cavalry officer who falls in love with a beautiful Apache woman (Yara Kewa) after rescuing her from a nasty gun smuggler named Honest Jeremy. When Jeremy and his gang find Tommy, gruesome violence ensues.
The island paradise of San Felipe has undergone a revolution and the charismatic General Siqueiros has assumed control. Those assisting him though have an agenda far beyond a simple dictatorship of a inconsequential banana republic.
In the post Spanish civil war years, Catalan kids would sit in circles among the ruins and tell stories, known as "aventis" (the film's original title in Catalan, its original language). ... See full summary »
An American reporter and his girl-friend are visiting Israel to get a "sense of the people", in the process he meets many Israelis and some Arabs as well, particularly becoming friends with... See full summary »
The Albatross travels from England to the New World in 1675, with a number of passengers, a couple of political prisoners along with a dozen other women convicts, these to be sold into ... See full summary »
"M.M.M. 83" (full title- "Missione Mortale Molo 83") was a Eurospy film shot in 1965 that imported a known American 'star,' in this case Fred Beir, who like Clint Eastwood before him, was a prolific TV actor with relatively few movies. Unlike Eastwood, Beir never strayed from television, keeping busy on series such as KUNG FU, ELLERY QUEEN, and KOLCHAK:THE NIGHT STALKER ("Firefall"), until his premature death at age 53 in 1980. Like Anthony Eisley in "Lightning Bolt," Beir makes a rather charisma-free secret agent, working in tandem with a scientist to recover documents outlining a new formula for fuel (as the opening credits unspool at a race track). At 72 minutes, the action never really flags, although the villains are a truly drab bunch. The leading lady is Italian-born Pier Angeli, who earlier provided the same for "Spy in Your Eye," opposite Brett Halsey and Dana Andrews. Her life too ended early, a suicide at age 39 in 1971, tragically afraid of turning 40. This film aired only once on Pittsburgh's Chiller Theater on June 24 1967, paired with second feature "The Manster" (1959).
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