Academy Award winner Joan Crawford stars as a woman who uses and abandons men–clawing her way from poverty to wealth and social status–a woman who knows that The Damned Don’t Cry. Ethel Whitehead (Crawford–The Women) leaves her laborer husband and squalid factory town behind to find a new, better life. She uses a quiet accountant who adores her to meet a rich gangster, learns to carry herself as a socialite and leads a life of […]Read More
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A golddigging femme fatale leaves a trail of men behind her, rich and poor, alive and dead.Read More
Two undercover agents infiltrate a drug-smuggling ring in Mexico, then find them selves falling in love with each other. Neither is aware of the other’s identity As they decide to make a run for the border.Read More
As the delusional George Jones (Barry Sullivan) struggles to recover from a crippling heart attack, he begins to believe his wife, Ellen (Loretta Young), and friend, Dr. Grahame (Bruce Cowling), are planning to kill him in order to be together. George decides to write the authorities about his wife’s supposed murder plot. But when he really does die, of health complications, the innocent Ellen realizes that she must stop the letter before she’s accused of […]Read More
Evelyn (Anne Baxter), an emotionally vulnerable and unstable woman, stays at the home of her doctor Dan Proctor (Scott McKay). There she meets and falls in love with his brother, Douglas (Ralph Bellamy), who is happily married to Ann (Ruth Warrick). Evelyn then sets forth to break up the happy marriage and win the love of Douglas — with tragic results.Read More
Roy Morgan (Richard Basehart) is a burglar who listens in to radio police calls, allowing him to stay one step ahead of the cops. After Morgan kills a police officer, Sergeants Brennan (Scott Brady) and Jones (James Cardwell) have little success in putting the clues of the case together. But when Jones is wounded in a shoot-out with Morgan, Brennan employs all facets of detective work, including forensics and informants, to find the elusive and […]Read More
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