TV film, nominated for Best Experimental Series in 2010, in Streamy Awards.
An exhaustingly cantankerous old man solves a jewel robbery.
In one of the prestigious restaurants during banquet speech a large company's director Palmgren is killed in front of dozen guests . Case is lead by Criminal Investigation Officer Pierre Monson with his assistants. Suspect can be easily intercepted if only miserably lazy police officers Kvant and Kristiansson instead of catching criminal would not argue with father of little 3 years old boy who yelled: "Police, police, mashed potatoes" when they ate hot dogs. Help comes from capital in form of the famous Commissioner Martin Beck, who discovers that murdered industrialist was involved in illegal activities and had many enemies. The case is linked as well with government's "higher ends".
One of Mizoguchi's first films, considered lost.
Juliet Stevenson stars as prosecutor Helen West from the popular crime novels by Frances Fyfield. Helen and her significant other, Chief Superintendent Geoffrey Bailey (Jim Carter), have recently moved to a sedate London suburb only to face a shocking murder. Bailey thinks he has the case wrapped up, but Helen punches holes in the evidence and his ego, and then proceeds to track down the real killer.
(…) To go to the other side, she builds a night vision, from those whom make the dead alive. A vision that has the makings of a dream, which makes the invisible visible: Orpheus falls asleep and allows the cinema to be.
The Angel is a millionaire playboy who fights the forces of crime, especially his deadly enemy, the arch-villain Scarlet Scorpion, who recently has kidnapped the fashion designer Glória Campos, who is in love with our hero.
William C. DeMille, Cecil B. DeMille's talented director brother, teamed with his favorite collaborator, scenarist Clara Beranger, for the 7-reel silent The Bedroom Window. Essentially a by-the-book mystery tale, the film is lifted from the ordinary by the expertise of DeMille and the charm of leading lady May McAvoy. She plays the daughter of a murder victim, while Ricardo Cortez co-stars as the Accused. Cortez is saved from the chair by his aunt Ethel Wales, a mystery writer. The real culprit is...well, keep your eye on the least likely, most cooperative member of the cast.
When a beautiful young artist's model is strangled in her bed, Scotland Yard find themselves with three suspects -- her sinister ex-husband (Elwyn Brook-Jones), a sexually disturbed artist (Ballard Berkeley) and her violent new boyfriend (John Bailey), who is prone to unexplained blackouts.To catch the killer, the police must set a dangerous trap with the aid of a famous sculptress (Hy Hazell).
After she drives drunk and hits an old woman, a famous novelist is threatened with a law suit by the woman's son... unless she lets him publish his manuscript under his name.
Faten Hamama plays a wife who wakes up one morning to discover she is married to her brother-in-law (Mahmoud Moursi) in this suspenseful drama. The confused woman soon learns that 15 years have gone by and that she was injured in a bomb blast that killed her sister. A local doctor (Ahmed Mazhar) tries to prevent the woman's husband from killing her for the inheritance.
Ozan and Atilla are two colleagues who travel from village to village making a TV program about local life and foods. They come a mysterious village in Dikili. Ozan drinks Aunt Emine's fruit juice and his life changes.
An American in West Berlin finds himself caught up in murder and intrigue after his associate is killed and a diplomat's daughter is found dead in his room.
Alli and Jane had their neighborhood under control... until their new principal moved in next door.