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Crime & Mystery Films

Accomplice (1946)
Private eye Richard Arlen is hired by an old girlfiend. She wants him to find her missing husband, but the routine investigation leads to murder after murder. Also with Veda Ann Borg, Tom Dugan and Marjorie Manners. $19.95

Accused (1936)
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. and gorgeous Dolores Del Rio star in this whodunit set in a Parisian music hall. The woman in a husband and wife dance team stands accused of murdering the show's beautiful but temperamental star (the sexy Florence Desmond). $19.95

Air Police (1931)
Aviation adventure with Kenneth Harlan, Charles Delaney, Josephine Dunn, Richard Cramer, Arthur Thahasso, Tom Londo and George Chesebro. A daring air cop seeks revenge on the smugglers who killed his partner. $19.95

Alcatraz Express (1960)
Trouble strikes as Al Capone (Neville Brand) is transported to the infamous island prison. Feature length adaptation of material from the 'Untouchables' series. Written by William Spier and starring Robert Stack. $14.95

Algiers (1938)
Hedy Lamarr and Charles Boyer star in this remake of 'Pepe Le Moko.' Smooth-talking criminal Boyer flees to the notorious Casbah in an effort to escape the French police in Northern Africa. Also with Alan Hale, Joan Woodbury and Gene Lockhart. $19.95

The Amazing Mr. X (1948) a.k.a. The Spiritualist
A rich young widow (Lynn Bari) asks a phoney spiritualist (Turhan Bey) to reach her dead husband (Richard Carlson). $19.95

And Then There Were None (1945)
First and best adaptation of the classic mystery from Agatha Christie. Starring Walter Huston, Barry Fitzgerald, Louis Hayward, Judith Anderson and Sir C. Aubrey Smith. $19.95

Angel in Exile (1948)
An ex-con (John Carroll) uses a gold mine as a cover to spend loot he had stolen previously. Also with Paul Fix, Grant Withers and Alfonso Bedoya. $19.95

Appointment with Crime (1945)
Top notch British caper film about a recently released con seeking revenge. With Herbert Lom. $14.95

Armored Car Robbery (1950)
Terrific crime picture with master criminal William Tallman organizing a heist outside a ballpark. The plan goes haywire, but Tallman is so clever that cop Charles McGraw has a load of trouble tracking him down. Also with Adele Jergens as the stripper wife of a gang member. $14.95

Arrest Bulldog Drummond (1939)
The inventor of a death ray is murdered and Drummond is framed for the crime. With John Howard, Heather Angel, H.B. Warner, George Zucco, E.E. Clive and Reginald Denny. $14.95

The Avenging Hand (1936)
Guests in a hotel turn out to be crooks searching for a cache of stolen loot. Starring Noah Beery and Kathleen Kelly. $19.95

Babyface Morgan (1942)
Crime comedy about an aging gangster who installs his son as 'head' of his criminal organization. With Richard Cromwell and Mary Carlisle. $14.95

Back Door to Heaven (1939)
The life of a young hoodlum is examined documentary style in an effort to show why he ended up a criminal. Starring Aline McMahon, Jimmy Lydon, William Harrigan, Jane Seymour and Wallace Ford. $19.95

Back Street Jane (1989)
When a pair of beautiful young hustlers try to extort drugs from an evil femme fatale, their plan backfires and ends in multiple murder. Stylishly shot and superbly acted, this off-beat film noir builds to a terrifying climax. With Monica McFarland and Sheila Ivy Traister. (NOTE: Contains violence, nudity, drug abuse, profanity and sexual situations - you must be 18 or over to order this tape.) $19.95

Bail Out (1988)
Starring David Hasselhoff is a bailbondsman hired to protect witness Linda Blair. Also with John Vernon and Debra Lamb. Color. $19.95

Bait (1930)
Starring Hugo Haas (who also directed), John Agar and Cleo Moore. This is a creepy story about a man (Haas) who finds a gold mine and then decides to do away with his partner (Agar) using Agar's wife as bait. $14.95

Bank Alarm (1937)
G-Man Conrad Nagel goes after a gang of bank robbers. The going gets tough when the mobsters kidnap his best gal (Eleanor Hunt). Also with Wheeler Oakman and Pat Gleason. $19.95

The Basketball Fix (1951)
Sportswriter John Ireland narrates this story of a promising ballplayer who gets involved with gamblers and agrees to shave points in the big game. Also with Marshall Thompson, Vanessa Brown and Hazel Brooks. $19.95

The Bat (1926)
Roland West's silent version of the famous Mary Rhinehart mystery. Remade in 1930 (as 'The Bat Whispers') and 1959. $14.95

Before Dawn (1933)
Entertaining mystery concerning a mobster's $1 million in buried loot. With Stuart Irwin, Dorothy Wilson and Warner Oland. $19.95

Behind Green Lights (1946)
Starring Carole Landis, John Ireland, William Gargan, Roy Roberts and Richard Crane. Policeman Gargan is torn between duty and the chance to make a fast (dishonest) dollar. $19.95

Behind Locked Doors (1948)
A reporter has himself committed to an insane asylum to get the goods on a corrupt public official who he suspects is hiding there. Creepy mystery has many fine touches. Starring Richard Carlson, Lucille Bremer and Tom Browne Henry. $19.99

Behind Prison Walls (1943)
Strange blend of crime and comedy features the story of a young man who gets his father sent to prison. Tully (Cat and the Canary) Marshall's last film. $14.95

Behind That Curtain (1929)
Warner Baxter stars in this clever mystery that also happened to be Boris Karloff's first talkie. And look for E.L. Parks as a detective you may recognize, Charlie Chan! $19.95

Behind the Mask (1946)
The Shadow (Kane Richmond) is accused of murdering a newspaper columnist and sets out to clear himself while busting up various rackets. Directed by Phil Karlson. $19.95

The Big Bluff (1955)
Gigolo John Bromfield marries sickly Martha Vickers for her money, but the woman's doctor (Robert Hutton) sets out to expose his true motives before it's too late. $19.95

The Big Chase (1954)
Policeman Glenn Langan ('The Amazing Colossal Man') turns down a dangerous assignment even though it means more pay. He's concerned that he'll be killed and his pregnant wife (Adele Jergens) will have to raise their soon-to-be-born child all by herself. Things don't work out according to plan however, and soon he's risking his neck on another deadly case. Also with Jim Davis and Lon Chaney, Jr. $19.95

The Big Combo (1955)
Classic, hard boiled crime drama (some call it 'stomach-wrenching') featuring Cornell Wilde as a cop with a yen for Jean Wallace, who just happens to be mobster Richard Conte's girlfriend. Also with Lee Van Cleef, Robert Middleton, Brian Donlevy, John Hoyt and Whit Bissell. $19.95

Big News (1929)
This newspaper yarn features Robert Armstrong as a tough reporter who goes after gangster Sam Hardy. The newsman's tacticts get him fired, but he continues the pursuit on his own. Also starring Carole Lombard, Tom Kennedy, Warner Richmond and Lew Ayres. $19.95

Big Town (1947)
Crusading newspaperman Steve Wilson (Phillip Reed) helps the police in their effort to rid Bigtown of crime. Based on the popular radio series. $14.95

Bigtown After Dark (1947)
a.k.a. Underworld After Dark - Phillip Reed stars a daring newspaper man who infiltrates a criminal gang. Based on the radio series Bigtown. $14.95

Big Town Czar (1939)
Rival gangsters frame hoodlum Barton Maclane for murder. His kid brother (Tom Brown) drops out of college to help settle the score. Also with Frank Jenks, Ed Sullivan (as himself), Walter Woolfe King and Eve Arden. $19.99

The Black Glove (1954) a.k.a. Face the Music
Alex Nicol stars in this story of an American horn player in Great Britain. He's accused of murdering a girl singer and fights to prove his innocence. Directed by Terrence Fisher. $19.95

Black Tide (1956)
Accidental drowning or murder? Fine British mystery with Derek Bond and American star John Ireland. Watch for a young John Schesinger (director of 'Midnight Cowboy') as an auto mechanic. $14.95

Blood for Blood
Michael J. Pollard and his gang of murderous punks make the mistake of crossing farmer Ernest Borgnine, who turns the tables and tortures the criminals. Rated R. Color. $19.95

Blood Money (1933)
George Bancroft plays a bailbondsman who leaves his nightclub owner girlfriend (Judith Anderson!) for sexy thrillseeker Frances Dee. When Dee finds an even more exciting playmate (bank robber Chick Chandler), the new pair decides to frame Bancroft. $14.95

Border Cop (1979) a.k.a. Blood Barrier
Starring Telly Savalas and Eddie Albert. Color. $19.99

Borderline (1950)
Undercover cop Claire Trevor disguises herself as a chorus girl to infilrate a Mexican drug ring. Also starring Fred MacMurray, Roy Roberts and Raymond Burr. $19.95

Born to Be Wild (1938)
Ralph 'Dick Tracy' Byrd and Ward Bond star as truckers transporting a load of TNT past numerous obstacles. The action-packed script is by Nathaniel West ('Day of the Locust'). $14.95

Boss of Bigtown (1942)
H. B. Warner leads a gang of hoods trying to take over a milk business while John Litel tries to stop them. From PRC. $14.95

Boys Reformatory (1939)
Starring Frankie Darro, Grant Withers, Frank Coghlan, Jr. and Ben Weldon. An orphan boy is sent to reform school for a crime committed by his foster brother. After enduring the punishment for a while, he breaks out and sets about clearing his name. $19.95

Brighton Rock (1947) a.k.a. Young Scarface
After committing a murder, gangster Richard Attenborough uses a pretty waitress (Carol Marsh) as his alibi, but then begins to worry that she'll betray him and so plans her murder as well. Written by Graham Greene. $19.95

The Brighton Strangler (1945)
John Loder stars as an actor performing in a horror play. He's in Victoria Station when he overhears a stranger unknowingly say a line from the play. Loder proceeds to live out the life of his murderous character. Good shocker from RKO. $19.95

Bruce Lee, The Man, The Myth
Color. $19.95

Bruce Li Collection
Two complete features on two VHS tapes! 'Bruce Li the Invincible' - Traitorous Chang Li Ching once dishonored his kung-fu school by using his deadly skills as a professional killer. When the school's master forgave Chang, he promised to move to Malaysia and turn over a new leaf. Well, one out of two ain't bad... 'Bruce Li in New Guinea' - An anthropologist and his friend go to Snake Worship Island to study native customs, culture and kung-fu. But their peaceful trip is soon beset by murderous thugs, devil worship,black magic and LOTS of snakes! Color. $24.95

The Brute Man (1946)
A disfigured man (Rondo Hatton, afflicted with acromegaly in real life) turns into a demented killer. Also with Tom Neal and Jane Adams. $19.95

Bulldog Drummond at Bay (1937)
Drummond (John Lodge) is called in to stop a gang of spies from stealing the plans to a top secret aircraft. Also with Victor Jory and Hugh Miller. $14.95

Bulldog Drummond Comes Back (1937)
Starring John Howard as Drummond and J. Carroll Naish as an evil gang leader (and master of disguise) out to kidnap his his fiancee. Also with John Barrymore, Reginald Denny and E.E. Clive. $14.95

Bulldog Drummond Escapes (1937)
Drummond (Ray Milland) is hired to protect heiress Heather Angel and ends up falling for her. Also with Reginald Denny, Fay Holden, Sir Guy Standing and E.E. Clive. From Paramount. $14.95

Bulldog Drummond in Africa (1938)
Drummond heads into the dark continent to find a kidnapped Scotland Yard Inspector (H.B. Warner). Also with J. Carroll Naish and young Anthony Quinn. $14.95

Bulldog Drummond's Bride (1939)
Drummond's wedding is interrupted when he heads out after a gang of bank robbers. With John Howard, H.B. Warner and Heather Angel. $14.95

Bulldog Drummond's Peril (1938)
Drummond cuts short a romantic vacation to look into a case involving synthetic diamonds. With John Barrymore, John Howard, Elizabeth Patterson and E.E. Clive. $14.95

Bulldog Drummond's Revenge (1937)
When spies try to steal a secret formula, Drummond vows to track them down. With John Howard, John Barrymore and Louise Campbell. $14.95

Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police (1939)
Based on the novel 'Temple Tower,' this installment continues the exciting adventures of Captain Drummond. Starring John Howard, Heather Angel, Reginald Denny and E.E. Clive. $14.95

Bulldog Edition (1936)
When two newspapers battle for circulation, the going gets rough. With Regis Toomey and Cy Kendall. $14.95

Bulldog Jack (1934) a.k.a. Alias Bulldog Drummond
With Drummond sick in bed, British comedian Jack Hulbert takes his place and goes after a gang of jewel theives. Also with Fay Wray and Ralph Richardson. Don't miss the action packed finale aboard an out of control train. $14.95

Note: Captain Swagger with Rod laRoque as Bulldog Drummond is available in the silent section.

Buried Alive (1939)
An innocent man is befriended by a prison nurse. With Beverly Roberts and Robert Wilcox. Directed by Victor Halperin. $14.95

The Butterfly Affair (1970)
Terrific caper film starring sexy Claudia Cardinale. Written by Henri ('Papillon') Charriere, who also appears. Color. $19.95

Caged Fury (1948)
Police hunt for a demented killer on the loose in a circus. Starring Richard Denning, Sheila Ryan, Mary Beth Hughes and Buster Crabbe. $19.95

Captain Black Jack (1952)
Agnes Moorehead is a gang leader masquerading as a Riviera socialite. Herbert Marshall plays a mild-mannered doctor who is determined to stop her drug running operations. George Sanders shines in his usual role as a cad. Directed by Julien Duvivier. $19.95

The Capture (1950)
Lew Ayres plays an oilfield boss who shoots a man he believes stole a payrole - but after the suspect dies the boss wonders if he killed the wrong man. Also starring Teresa Wright, Victor Jory, Duncan Renaldo and Jimmy Hunt. Directed by John Sturges. Produced and written by Niven Busch ('A Duel in the Sun'). $19.95

Call it Murder (1934) a.k.a. Midnight
Humphrey Bogart's last role before hitting it big in 'The Petrified Forest.' Here he plays a gangster named Garboni. Also with O.P. Heggie (the blind hermit from Bride of Frankenstein) and Henry Hull ('Werewolf of London'). $14.95

Cape Town Affair (1967)
Remake of 'Pickup on South Street' starring James Brolin, Jacqueline Bisset and Claire Trevor. Communist agents hunt for a secret microfilm in South Africa. Color. $19.95

Case of the Babysitter (1946)
A phoney duke and dutchess (really jewel theives) ask private eye Tom Neal (Detour) to watch 'their' baby. Short and fast paced. From the same cast and crew that made 'The Hatbox Mystery.' $14.95

Case of the Lucky Legs (1935)
First and best of the Perry Mason films from Warners, with the emphasis on charm and action rather than courtroom histrionics. Warren William ('Strange Illusion') defends a beautiful girl accused of murder. Also with Lyle Talbot, Allen Jenkins and Barton MacLane. $14.95

Cast a Dark Shadow (1955)
Dirk Bogarde and Margaret Lockwood star in this suspense thriller about a man who marries for money and then disposes of his brides. He finally meets up with a gal who proves she no pushover. Also with Mona Washbourne and Kathleen Harrison. $14.95

Cause for Alarm (1951)
An insane husband (Barry Sullivan) frames his beautiful wife (Loretta Young in a great performance) for murder. Directed by Tay Garnett ('The Postman Always Rings Twice'). $14.95

Charade (1964)
Clever suspense-mystery from Stanley Donen. Audrey Hepburn's husband is murdered, and Cary Grant comes to the rescue - or does he? Nothing is as it seems in this glossy, Hitchcock-style production, which co-stars Walter Matthau, James Coburn and George Kennedy. Great location photography and about a thousand plot twists. Highly recommended. Color. $14.95

Charlie Chan

Behind That Curtain (1929) $19.95 (E.L. Parks)
The Black Camel (1931) with Bela Lugosi $19.95
Black Magic (1944) a.k.a. Meeting at Midnight $19.95
Castle in the Desert (1942) $19.95
Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo (1937) $19.95
Charlie Chan at the Circus (1936) $19.95
Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937) $19.95
Charlie Chan at the Opera (1936) Boris Karloff $19.95
Charlie Chan at the Racetrack (1936) $19.95
Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum (1940) $19.95
Charlie Chan at Treasure Island (1939) $19.95
Charlie Chan in City in Darkness (1939) $19.95
Charlie Chan in Honolulu (1938) $19.95
Charlie Chan in London (1934) $19.95
Charlie Chan in Murder Over New York (1940) $19.95
Charlie Chan in Panama (1940) $19.95
Charlie Chan in Paris (1935) $19.95
Charlie Chan in Reno (1939) $19.95
Charlie Chan in Shanghai (1935) $19.95
Charlie Chan in the Secret Service (1944) $19.95
Charlie Chan on Broadway (1937) $19.95
Charlie Chan's Murder Cruise (1940) $19.95
Charlie Chan's Secret (1936) $19.95
The Chinese Cat (1944) $19.95
The Chinese Ring (1947) $19.95
Dangerous Money (1946) $19.95
Dark Alibi (1946) $19.95
Dead Men Tell (1941) $19.95
The Docks of New Orleans (1948) $19.95
The Feathered Serpent (1948) $19.95
The Golden Eye (1948) $19.95
Meeting at Midnght (1944) a.k.a. Black Magic $19.95
The Red Dragon (1946) $19.95
Shadows Over Chinatown (1946) $19.95
The Shanghai Chest (1948) $19.95
The Shanghai Cobra (1945) $19.95
The Sky Dragon (1949) $19.95
The Trap (1947) $19.95

See also The New Adventures of Charlie Chan in our TV section.

Chinatown After Dark (1931)
An evil dragon lady (Carmel Myers) and her gang hunt down an ornamental dagger containing a priceless ruby. Also with Rex Lease and Barbara Kent. $14.95

The Chinese Connection (1973)
Kung Fu picture featuring Bruce at his best. Color. $19.95

City Streets (1933)
Carny Gary Cooper is drawn into the world of crime when he falls for the daughter of a mobster. Story by Dashielle Hammett (his only such film credit) and co-starring Sylvia Sidney, Paul Lukas, William (Stage) Boyd and Guy Kibbee. $19.95

The Clay Pigeon (1949)
Sailor Bill Williams comes out of a coma and learns that he is about to be tried for treason and causing the death of his friend and fellow POW. He turns to Richard Quine for help, not realizing that he in in cahoots with the true killer. Great action feature also stars Barbara Hale. Directed by Richard O. Fleischer. $19.95

C-Man (1949)
Dean Jagger stars as a customs agent tracking down a murderer and a thief in this minor action classic. John Carradine appears as an alchoholic fall guy. $14.95

The Cobra Strikes (1948)
Newspaperman Richard Fraser investigates a murder and also uncovers a plot to steal a fortune in jewels. Also with Sheila Ryan, Leslie Brooks, James Seay, Richard Loo and Phillip Ahn. $19.95

Code Name Jaguar (1967)
Ray Danton stars as a low-rent James Bond in this sexy spy thriller. Plenty of action and babes. Color. $14.95

Color Me Dead (1969)
Remake of the 1949 classic 'D.O.A.' with accountant Tom Tyron learning he has been given a fatal, slow-acting poison. He struggles to find his killers before the end comes. Also with Carolyn Jones and Rick Jason. Color. Rated R. $19.95

Concrete Cowboys (1979)
Mystery adventure concerning a group of Nashville ne'er do wells who get caught up in a blackmail scheme. Starring Jerry Reed, Tom Selleck, Morgan Fairchild, Claude Akins, Gene Evans, Roy Acuff and Barbara Mandrell. Color. $19.95

Condemned (1929)
Prison romance starring Ronald Colman. $19.95

Contraband Spain (1955)
American agent Richard Green goes up against counterfeiters and smugglers with the help of British customs agent Michael Denison and beautiful Anouk Aimee. $19.95

Convicted (1931)
Actress Aileen Pringle gets blamed for the shipboard murder of the producer who has taken flight with the comapny's money. Great mystery also stars Richard Tucker, Wilfred Lucas and Dorothy Christy. $19.95

Crashing Hollywood (1937)
A screenwriter collaborates with an ex-con and the pair come up with a true to life movie that implicates real crooks (their story is based on the crime that sent the con unjustly to prison). When the crooks start feeling the heat, they venture to Hollywood to put a stop to any future 'stories.' This amusing crime/comedy film is a good spoof of the 1930s star studio system. $14.95

Crime Does Not Pay
Heavy-handed crime documentary from 1935. Includes a biographies of John Dillinger, Pretty Boy Floyd, Bonnie & Clyde (including footage of their bodies in the death car) and other public enemies. Also on this tape: March of Time newsreel detailing the work of the FBI against domestic Nazis during WWII and another March of Time newsreel dedicated to 'The American Cop.' $19.95

The Crime of Dr. Crespi (1935)
A mad doctor (Erich von Stroheim) gains revenge on an old rival by giving him a drug that makes him seem dead - and then seeing to it that he is buried alive. Also with Dwight Frye. $14.95

The Crime of Helen Stanley (1934)
Detective Ralph Bellamy tries to solve the murder of an actress. Also with Gail Patrick, Kane Richmond, Ward Bond $19.95

The Crime Smasher (1943) a.k.a. Cosmo Jones
Amateur detectives hunt for a kidnapped heiress. Starring Tristram Coffin, Richard Cromwell, Frank Graham, Edgar Kennedy, Mantan Moreland, Herbert Rawlinson and Gale Storm. $19.95

The Crimson Circle (1960)
a.k.a. The Red Circle
Starring Fritz Rasp and Karl Saebisch. Story by Edgar Wallace. $19.95

Crime Wave (1954)
Charles Bronson $19.95

The Criminal Code (1931)
Howard Hawks melodrama starring Walter Huston, Constance Cummings and Boris Karloff. $19.95

The Crooked Circle (1932)
Comic mystery with Ben Lyon, James Gleason, ZaSu Pitts, Raymond Hatton and Roscoe Karns. $19.95

Cry Danger (1951)
Dick Powell leaves prison after serving time for a crime he did not commit. To exonerate his friend, he begins looking into the affair with the help of a crippled serviceman. The investigation centers around sexy Rhonda Fleming and her relationship with gangster William Conrad. Great mystery drama also features Richard Erdman, Hy Averback and Regis Toomey. $19.95

Danger on the Air (1938)
After a radio sponsor is murdered during a live broadcast, audio engineer Donald Woods vows to find the killer. Also featuring a very young Lee J. Cobb. $14.95

Dangerous Appointment (1934)
A clerk in a department store is unjustly accused of several crimes. With Dorothy Wilson and cowboy star Charles Starrett. $14.95

Dangerous Corner (1935)
Government bonds are stolen and a suspicious 'suicide' is committed. Starring Melvin Douglas, Conrad Nagel and Virginia Bruce. $19.95

Dangerous Female (1931) a.k.a. The Maltese Falcon
Ricardo Cortez stars as Sam Spade in this first version of the Dashiell Hammett classic. Also with Bebe Daniels, Una Merkel and Thelma Todd. $19.95

Dangerous to Know (1938)
Based on the Edgar Wallace play 'On the Spot.' Starring Anna May Wong, Akim Tamiroff, Lloyd Nolan, Anthony Quinn, Hedda Hopper and Gail Patrick. $19.95

The Dark Hour (1936)
A detective and his pal investigate a series of murders in a spooky old house. With E. E. Clive, Hedda Hopper and former Miss America Irene Ware. $14.95

Dark Mountain (1944)
Ellen Drew marries Regis Toomey, who turns out to be a crook. Toomey hides out in the woods and holds Drew against her will. Her only hope is forest ranger Robert Lowrey, her former love. Also with Eddie Quillan, Ralph Dunn and Elisha Cook, Jr. $19.95

Daughter of the Tong (1939)
FBI agent Grant Withers sets out to smash the smuggling ring of femme fatale Evelyn Brent. Also with Dave O'Brien, Robert Frazer and Richard Loo. $19.95

Daughter of the Dragon (1931)
Warner Oland stars as the evil Fu Manchu, out for revenge during the Boxer Rebellion. Also with Anna May Wong and Sessue Hayakawa. $19.95

The Day of the Wolves (1973)
A group of mysterious men invade a small town, cutting off all communication with the outside world. Former sheriff Richard Egan tries to stop their criminal plans. Also with Rick Jason, Martha Hyer and Jan Murrray. Color. $19.95

Dead Eyes of London (1961)
German remake of the classic horror film 'The Human Monster' written by Edgar Wallace. Police investigate a series of murders perpetrated against heavily insured old men. With Klaus Kinski and Addy Berber. $19.95

Deadlock (1943)
British crime drama about a brother (John Slater) who helps his twin escape from prison. $19.95

The Deadly Trap (1971)
International spy drama starring Faye Dunaway, Frank Langella and Barbara Parkins. Color. $19.95

Dear Murderer (1947)
Hazel Court and Eric Portman star in this clever suspense tale of a woman, her lover and her jealous husband. $14.95

Death Rage (1977)
Hitman Yul Brynner is sent to rub out a Mafia chief in Naples. Also with Barbara Bouchet. Color. $19.95

Death Sentence (1974) a.k.a. Murder One
Starring Nick Nolte, Cloris Leachman, William Schallert, Herb Voland, Meg Wyllie and Laurence Luckinbill. Color. $19.95

The Death Squad (1974)
A detective learns that criminals are being killed by renegade police officers who believe the courts are being too lenient. Starring Robert Forster, Michelle Phillips, Claude Akins, Melvyn Douglas and Kenneth Tobey. Color. $19.95

Death Tide (1958)
Gangsters hijack a shipload of precious gems. Featuring Frank Silvera, co-star of such films as 'Viva Zapata,' 'Killer's Kiss' and 'Mutiny on the Bounty.' $14.95

Desperate Chance for Ellery Queen (1942)
Charlotte Wynters hires Ellery Queen (William Gargan) to find her banker husband. Also with Margaret Lindsey, John Litel, Jack LaRue, Morgan Conway and Noel Madison. $19.95

Detour (1945)
The one - the only - the greatest B picture of all time! Edgar G. Ulmer's downbeat film noir has enough snappy dialogue, atmospheric visuals and plot twists for a dozen movies, plus great performances and flawless direction. A piano player (Tom Neal) hitch-hikes west to be with his girlfriend, only to meet up with a psychotic femme fatale (Ann Savage). A must-see for B movie buffs, mystery fans and film students alike. Don't miss it. $14.95

The Devil and Leroy Basset (1973)
a.k.a. Pistol Packin' LeRoy
A cop killer breaks out of jail with the help of a criminal gang and finds himself chased across the country. Starring Cody Bearpaw and George 'Buck' Flower. Color. $19.95

The Devil's Cargo (1948)
When he's falsely accused of killing a racetrack operator, Paul Marion hires The Falcon (John Calvert) to find the real murderer. Also with Lyle Talbot, Rochelle Hudson, Tom Kennedy and Paul Regan. $19.95

Dick Tracy, Detective (1945)
Morgan Conway as Chester Gould's famous cartoon cop, seen here chasing the evil Splitface (Mike Mazurki). $14.95

Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome (1947)
Boris Karloff stars as the villianous Gruesome, who uses a special gas (that freezes people in time) to rob banks. With Ralph Byrd as Tracy and Anne Gwen as Tess Trueheart. $14.95

Dick Tracy's Dilemma (1947)
Ralph Byrd as Tracy, this time chasing down an arch criminal known as The Claw. Jason Robards, Sr. plays a watchman. $14.95

Dick Tracy vs. Cueball (1946)
The last appearance of Morgan Conway as Tracy, with Dick Wessel as Cueball, a crook who takes to strangling those who doublecross him. $14.95

(Visit the Serial Page for more Dick Tracy adventures.)

Dillinger (1945)
Lawrence Tierney stars as the notorious gangster in this fanciful screen bio. Also with Edmund Lowe, Anne Jeffreys, Eduardo Ciannelli and Elisha Cook, Jr. $19.95

Dishonored Lady (1947)
An unstable magazine editor (Hedy LaMarr) starts a new life after attempting suicide. She gets involved with a jewell theft and is arrested for a murder she did not commit. Also with Dennis O'Keefe, William Lundigan, Natalie Schaffer and John Loder, Lamarr's husband at the time. $19.95

D.O.A. (1949)
Unique film noir about a man (Edmond O'Brien) tracking down his own killers before the slow-acting poison they have given him takes effect. Neville Brand plays a sadistic gunman and the location photography in San Francisco is top notch. Justifiably a classic. $14.95

Dog Eat Dog (1963)
Cameron Mitchell, Werner Peters and Jayne Mansfield pull a bank heist and escape to an island where they begin fighting among themselves. Interesting crime picture with lots of backstabbing and plot twists. Great opening featuring Jayne writhing on a bed with tons of cash. $14.95

Dressed to Kill (1946)
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson (Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce) unravel a mystery involving music boxes made in prison. $19.95

The Dummy Talks (1943)
When a blackmailing ventriloquist is murdered, a midget masquerades as a dummy to get to the bottom of things! A bizarre British crime feature. $14.95

East Side Kids (1940)
When a gang of street toughs gets mixed up with a band of counterfeiters, they go to JD turned detective Leon Ames for help. Also with Dave O'Brien, Sam Edwards, Joyce Bryant, Hally Chester, Harris Berger, Frankie Burke, Donald Haines and David Durand. $19.95

Edgar Wallace
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Ellery Queen and the Perfect Crime (1941)
Super sleuth Ralph Bellamy solves the murder of a shady promoter who sold phony stocks. Also with Margaret Lindsay, Charley Grapewin, Spring Byington, H.B. Warner, Sidney Blackmer and Charles Lane. $19.95

Eye Witness (1950)
Robert Montgomery (in his last film appearance) stars as an American lawyer in England who must defend a friend accused of murder, all the while searching for an elusive witness. $14.95

The Face Behind the Mask (1945)
One of the all time great B pictures - featuring Peter Lorre as a mild mannered immigrant who turns to crime as a last resort (he's been badly burned and is so repulsive looking that no one will give him a job). Also with Evelyn Keyes, Don Beddoe, John Tyrell and George E. Stone. $14.95

A Face in the Fog (1936)
A columnist (June Collyer) seeks the identity of a mad hunchback who has been preying on members of a theatre troupe. Produced by Sam Katzman. $14.95

The Falcon in Hollywood (1944)
George Sanders $19.95

The Falcon's Adventure (1946)
Tom Conway $19.95

Fall Guy (1947)
Clifford Penn is arrested for a murder he knows nothing about, and his policeman pal Robert Armstrong agrees to look into things. Also with Elisha Cook, Jr. $19.95

The Fast and the Furious (1954)
Starring John Ireland (who also directed) as a man falsely accused of murder. He commandeers Dorothy Malone's car and heads for the border. Also with Iris Adrian and Bruno Ve Sota. Produced by Roger Corman. $19.95

Fear in the Night (1947)
Twenty years before 'Star Trek,' DeForest Kelley gave this superb performance as a tormented man who dreams of commiting a murder, only to find out it may have actually happened. From a story by 'William Irish' (Cornell Woolrich). Highly recommended. $14.95

Federal Agent (1936)
Federal Agent William Boyd goes after a gang of spies responsible for the death of his pal. $19.95

Female Jungle (1956)
Jayne Mansfield (described in the promotional material as '40-21-35') plays footloose model Candy Price, a key link to finding the murderer of a young actress. Directed by cult actor Bruno Ve Sota, this hard-boiled film also stars Lawrence Tierney and John Carradine. Rarely seen since its initial release.$29.95

Fist of Fear, Touch of Death (1980)
Kung Fu action featuring Bruce Lee (using old footage to tell his life story) and Fred Williamson. $19.95

Fists of Fury (1973) a.k.a. The Big Boss
The film that put Bruce Lee on the international Kung Fu map. Color. $19.95

Fog Island (1945)
An ex-con invites a group of people to his mysterious island. He's convinced one of the guests was responsible for his downfall and is determined to gain revenge. Creepy mystery starring George Zucco, Lionel Atwill and Veda Ann Borg. $19.95

Footsteps in the Night (1957)
Bill Elliott and Don Haggerty track down a killer. Also with Gregg Palmer and Zena Marshall (specify 1957 version). $19.95

The Four Deuces (1976)
Crime boss Jack Palance romances Carol Lynley in this action-packed exploitationer. Also with Warren Berlinger, Adam Roarke, E.J. Peaker and H.B. Haggerty. Color. $19.95

The Frightened City (1961)
Herbert Lom and young Sean Connery star in this hard-boiled British crime drama. A mobster (Lom) organizes London's underworld, but begins to get even bigger (and more dangerous) plans and is scheduled for murder by a ruthless hitman (Connery). Action-packed. $14.95

Gambler's Choice (1944)
Chester Morris is a gambler in 1910 New York City. His boyhood pal Richard Hayden is now the cop in charge of raiding gambling houses. To further complicate matters, both men fall for nightclub singer Nancy Kelly. Also with Sheldon Leonard and Lyle Talbot. $19.95

Gang Bullets (1938)
A dedicated DA (Charles Trowbridge) moves to thwart mobster Morgan Wallace in this tough crime pic from Monogram. $14.95

Gangbusters (1955)
Hardboiled prison film featuring a daring escape plan by a career criminal and the punk who idolizes him. With Myron Healy (Doc Holliday from TV's 'Wyatt Earp') and radio actor Sam Edwards. $14.95

Gangster Story (1959)
Crime drama about rival mobsters directed by and starring Walter Matthau (his only such assignment). Also with Carol Grace and Bruce McFarlan. $19.95

Gang War (1940)
Rival Harlem gangs battle for control of the jukebox market. The all black cast includes Ralph Cooper, Monte Hawley and Gladys Snyder. Produced by Harry M. Popkin (D.O.A.) $14.95

The Gentleman from Nowhere (1948)
Warner Baxter, Fay Baker and Charles Lane star in this crime drama from directeor William Castle. A prizefighter who was presumed dead returns to the scene soon after a strange robbery is committed. $14.95

Get That Man (1935)
A taxi driver is mistaken for an heir thought to be dead. Starring Wallace Ford and Leom Ames. $19.95

The Ghost Camera (1933)
A photograph is taken of a murder, but the camera is thrown from a window to destroy the evidence. It turns up in a passing car - but will the evidence be used in time to save an innocent man accused of the crime? Starring Henry Kendall and 15 year old Ida Lupino. $19.95

The Ghost Walks (1935)
Clever mystery about a playwright who stages his new mystery for a producer, only to find that the scripted crimes are actually taking place! Starring John Miljan and June Collier. $19.95

The Gilded Cage (1954)
A security officer (Alex Nicole) struggles to clear the name of his brother - who's been implicated in an art heist. Also with Veronica Hurst and Ursula Howells. $14.95

The Girl Hunters (1964)
The first and only time author Mickey Spillane portrayed his own fictional detective Mike Hammer - shown here searching for his missing secretary as well as hunting down murderers. $14.95

The Girl in Black Stockings (1957)
Sexy Mamie Van Doren is murdered at an upscale resort. Also with Lex Barker, Ann Bancroft and Marie Windsor. $14.95

Girls in Chains (1943)
Murder mystery concerning a school teacher (Arline Judge) who is fired when it becomes known that her brother-in-law is a criminal. She takes a job educating the hardened gals at a women's reformatory, all the while getting the goods on the corrupt warden. Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer. $14.95

Grand Central Murder (1942)
Private eye Van Heflin looks into the murder of actress Patricia Dane. Thrilling mystery from M-G-M also stars Cecilia Parker, Virginia Grey, Connie Gilchrist and Tom Conway. $19.95

Great Guy (1936)
Ex-boxer James Cagney gets a government job and learns that criminals in the food industry are cheating the public. Also featuring Mae Clarke, Cagney's co-star from 'The Public Enemy.' $19.95

Great Hospital Mystery (1937)
Starring Sally Blaine, Thomas Beck, Jane Darwell, William Demarest and Joan Davis. Two hospital workers (Blaine and Darwell) mix up various beds in order to confuse a criminal gang intent on killing aoved one. $19.95

The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery
see The St. Louis Bank Robbery

Green Eyes (1934)
Charles Starrett stars as a mystery writer who gets involved in a real murder. Also with Shirley Gray and Robert Frazer. $19.95

Green for Danger (1946)
This unusual mystery features Alistair Sim investigating a double murder during WWII. Also with Sally Gray and Trevor Howard. $19.95

The Green Glove (1952)
During and after WWII, paratrooper Glenn Ford searches for a priceless relic stolen by a German collaborator. $19.95

The Guilty (1947)
Intruiging mystery about a man searching for a girl he once loved. She's been murdered, so who is that woman who looks just like her? Starring Bonita Granville, Don Castle and Regis Toomey. $19.95

Guilty as Hell (1932)
A doctor tries to commit 'the perfect murder' in this clever mystery. Starring Edmund Lowe, Victor McLaglen, Richard Arlen and Ralph Ince. $19.95

Guilty Hands (1931)
D.A. Lionel Barrymore tries to use his years of legal experience to commit the perfect murder. Also with Kay Francis, Madge Evans and C. Aubrey Smith. $19.95

Guns Don't Argue (1957)
This action-packed crime film features Bonnie and Clyde, John Dillinger, Ma Barker, Alvin Karpis and Pretty Boy Floyd. With Jim ('Dallas') Davis and Myron Healy. $14.95

Happy Landing (1934)
Crooks in a seaplane threaten to destroy a ship. Starring Ray Walker, Noah Beery, William Farnum and Morgan Conway (specify 1934 version). $19.95

The Hatbox Mystery (1947)
Interersting crime drama about a camera that shoots bullets instead of pictures. Great 'B' cast includes Tom Neal ('Detour'), Pamela Blake and comic tough guy Allen Jenkins. $14.95

The Haunted House (1940)
Newsboy Jackie Moran investigates a mystery with his girlfriend, neice of the publisher for whom he works (specify 1940 version). $19.95

Heartaches (1947)
Reporter Edward Norris investigates a series of murders involving a singer. Also with Sheila Ryan, Chill Wills, Ken Farrell and James Seay (specify 1947 version). $19.95

Heartbeat (1946)
Pickpocket Basil Rathbone teaches Ginger Rogers the ropes. Also with Adolphe Menjou and Eduardo Cianneli. $19.95

Heatwave (1954) a.k.a. The House Across the Lake
Hillary Brooke stars as a woman who drowns her husband so she can take up with neighbor Alex Nicole. $14.95

The Heist (1979)
Action packed gangster saga starring Virna Lisi and Charles Aznavour. Color. $19.95

Held for Murder (1932) a.k.a. Her Mad Night
A mother takes a murder rap so her daughter can go free. Evidence proving it was an accident turns up just as the woman is about to be executed. Will there be time to save her? With Irene Rich. $14.95

Hell's House (1932)
A teenager gets mixed up with racketeer Pat O'Brien and is sent to a brutal reform school. Turns out the gangster was only interested the kid's girlfriend (Bette Davis). Also with Junior Coughlan and Mogan Wallace. $19.95

Heroes in Blue (1939)
Action packed B picture from Monogram co-stars Dick Purcell and Charles Quigley as brothers who join the police force. $14.95

He Walked by Night (1947)
Top notch film noir based on a true story. Richard Basehart is perfect as a cold blooded, technically adept thief who succeeds in foiling the L.A. police again and again (often using the sewer system for an escape route). When he kills a patrolman during a burglary, the cops are even more determined to capture him. Told in semi-documentary style (co-star Jack Webb later lifted the format for his Dragnet series), He Walked by Night is fascinating from beginning to end. The fine cast also includes Whit Bissell, Scott Brady, Reed Hadley and Roy Roberts. $14.95

The Hidden Room (1949)
a.k.a. Obsession - A jealous husband (Robert Newton) imprisons his wife's lover in a secret room while he methodically manufactures enough acid to do away with him. Directed by blacklisted American filmmaker Edward Dmytryk ('Murder, My Sweet'). Recommended viewing. $14.95

The Hitch-Hiker (1952)
Edmond O'Brien and Frank Lovejoy star as vacationing businessmen held captive by a maniac (William Tallman, from the 'Perry Mason' TV series). From a story by Daniel Mainwaring (Invasion of the Body Snatchers) and directed by Ida Lupino. Loaded with suspense. $14.95

Hold That Woman (1940) a.k.a. Skip Tracer
Skiptracer James Dunn learns the deadly secret of a radio he's trying to reposess. Also starring Frances Gifford and Rita LaRoy. $19.95

Hollow Triumph (1948) The Scar
While hiding out from a rival gang, Paul Henreid finds a physiciatrist who is his exact double, except for a scar on his cheek. Conreid taks a knife to his face, kills the doctor and takes over his life. Fascinating film noir also features Joan Bennett and Charles Trowbridge. Look for young Jack Webb as a gunsel named Bullseye. $19.95

Hollywood Stadium Mystery (1938)
Republic mystery about a prize fighter who is murdered right before his big championship bout. The great cast is headed by Neil Hamilton ('Comissioner Gordon' on TV's Batman). $14.95

Hollywood Vice Squad (1986)
Trish Van Devere seeks help in locating her hooker/addict daughter. Also with Frank Gorshin, Ronny Cox, Robin Wright, Leon Isaac Kennedy and Carrie Fisher. Color. $19.95

Home at Seven (1952) a.k.a. Murder on Monday
Ralph Richardson fails to arrive home at his appointed time and finds he can't remember the previous 24 hours. A robbery and murder have been committed at his club and he begins to wonder if he's responsible. This fine mystery was Richardson's directorial debut. $19.95

The Hoodlum (1951)
Well made crime picture about a convict (Lawrence Tierney) who is paroled from prison and immediately begins plotting another robbery. Also with Ann Zika. $14.95

The Hooker Cult Murders (1973) a.k.a. The Pyx
When a call girl (Karen Black) is murdered, cop Christopher Plummer investigates and finds a satanic cult. Nice blend of horror, sci-fi and mystery. Color. $19.95

Hour of Decision (1957)
A reporter investigating a murder discovers evidence implicating his own wife. With Hazel Court and Jeff Morrow. $14.95

House By the River (1950)
Louis Hayward accidently kills his maid while trying to seduce her, and enlists the aid of his crippled brother (Lee Bowman) to dispose of her body. Bowman is blamed for her death when the corpse washes ashore later. Also with Jane Wyatt and Dorothy Patrick. Directed by Fritz Lang. $19.95

The House in the Woods (1957)
A mystery writer moves into an out-of-the-way cottage to work on his book, only to discover evidence of an imminent (real) murder. A neat thriller with Michael Gough and Ronald Howard. $14.95

House of Mystery (1934)
Charming comedy mystery featuring a group of people spending the weekend in a creepy mansion. Starring Ed Lowry (in his only film appearance), Verna Hillie and 'Gabby' Hayes. $19.95

House of Secrets (1937)
An American travels to England to claim an estate he's inherited, but discovers a doctor living there who won't leave. To make matters worse, a criminal gang arrives soon afterward looking for some long lost loot. Leslie Fenton, Sidney Blackmer, Morgan Wallace and Noel Madison (specify 1937 version). $19.95

House of the Arrow (1953)
Third version of A.E.W. Mason's novel about a wealthy widow murdered in her French home, and the suspicions that fall on those around her. $14.95

I Can't Escape (1934)
An ex-con (unjustly convicted) exposes a stock swindle. Starring Lila Lee. $14.95

I Cover Big Town (1947)
Second of the films inspired by the classic radio series. Phillip Reed stars as investigative reporter Steve Wilson, with Hillary Brooke as his gal Friday. $19.95

I Killed That Man (1942)
Ricardo Cortez stars in this action-packed mystery from Monogram. The script is first rate and the cast (which also includes Pat Gleason and Joan Woodbury) does a fine job. Directed by Phil Rosen. $14.95

I Killed the Count (1939) a.k.a. Who Is Guilty?
Four people confess to the same crime in this comedy-mystery starring Ben Lyon and John Williams. $19.95

I'll Name the Murderer (1936)
When a nightclub singer is murdered, a newspaperman vows to find who's responsible. With Ralph Forbes. $14.95

Impact (1949)
A woman and her lover attempt to murder the woman's husband (Brian Donlevy). They fail, but he disappears and is presumed dead. The wife goes on trial for his murder and he shows up again! Expect the unexpected with this one. Also featuring Anna May Wong, Helen Walker and Ella Raines. $14.95

The Inner Circle (1946)
B picture from Republic about a detective (Warren Douglas) framed for murder. A radio studio provides the setting and Ken Niles (a popular broadcast personality at the time) plays the announcer. Also with William Frawley ('I Love Lucy'). $14.95

Inner Sanctum (1948)
A fortune teller predicts tragedy for a young woman. Set aboard a moving train and based on the classic radio series of the same name. With Mary Beth Hughes (I Accuse My Parents). $14.95

Inn on the River (1962)
Scotland Yard investigates a series of brutal murders. Starring Klaus Kinski and Brigitte Grothum. Based on a story by Edgar Wallace. $14.95

Inside the Law (1942)
Crime comedy starring Wallace Ford and Luana Walters. $19.95

International Crime (1937)
Rod LaRoque stars as Lamont Cranston, crime reporter who is in reality 'The Shadow,' a mysterious crime fighter feared by the underworld. Based on the exploits of the radio and pulp magazine character. Directed by Charles Lamont. $14.95

Interrupted Journey (1949)
Richard Todd leaves his wife (Valerie Hobson) and runs off with Christine Norden. He changes his mind at the last minute and jumps off the train they are riding. The train is then involved in an accident and Norden is killed - but under mysterious circumstances... $19.95

Invisible Avenger (1958)
Richard Derr stars as Lamont Cranston, who is in reality 'The Shadow.' $19.95

The Invisible Killer (1939)
Strange B movie about a telephone used for murder and the reporter (Grace Bradley) who tries to solve the case. $14.95

I Promise to Pay (1937)
Chester Morris borrows money from a loan shark to pay for his family's vacation - and soon regrets it. $19.95

I Take This Oath (1940) a.k.a. Police Rookie
Gordon Jones stars as a young cop who vows to stop a dangerous crime boss, even if it means taking in a member of his own family. Directed by Sam Newfield (using the name Sherman Scott) for PRC. $14.95

Jail Bait (1954)
Ed Wood's would-be crime epic about a criminal who wants a plastic surgeon to alter his appearance. Starring Steve Reeves (before he gained fame as 'Hercules'). With Lyle Talbot, Dolores Fuller, Timothy Farrell, Theodora Thurman and Mona (Plan Nine) McKinnon. $14.95

Jigsaw (1949) a.k.a. Gun Moll
When a vicious hate group kills newspaper columnist Myron McCormick, an assistant DA (Franchot Tone) starts a crusade against them. Tone financed this unique film himself and got many of his Hollywood pals (Henry Fonda, Marlene Deitrich, Burgess Meredith, John Garfield, etc.) to appear in small roles. $14.95

Joe Palooka in Triple Cross (1951)
The famous prize fighter battles gangsters. Starring Joe Kirkwood, Jr., James Gleason, Cathy Downs and John Emery. $19.95

The Judge (1949)
Milburn Stone (Doc from TV's 'Gunsmoke') stars in this mystery-thriller from little known Emerald Studios. The story concerns adultery, blackmail and murder, and the film boasts some pretty decent acting. Also with John Hamilton. $14.95

Jungle Bride (1933)
A reporter and his girlfriend hunt down a fleeing Charles Starrett, who's been falsely accused of murder. With Anita Page, Kenneth Thorson and Eddie Borden. $19.95

The Jury's Secret (1938)
A writer serves on a jury. No big deal, except that he's the one who committed the crime! Starring Kent Taylor and Fay Wray. $19.95

Just Off Broadway (1929)
Starring Donald Keith, Ann Christy, Larry Steers, De Sacia Mooers, Jack Tanner, Sid Saylor, Beryl Roberts and Albert Dresden. A young man quits school to haunt the Broadway nightclubs in search of the gangsters who killed his brother. Silent. $19.95

Kansas City Confidential (1953)
Classic action film about an ex-cop who plans the 'perfect' crime. The great cast includes Preston Foster, John Payne, Lee Van Cleef, Neville Brand and Jack Elam. Directed by Phil ('Walking Tall') Karlson. $14.95

The Key Man (1957)
A radio journalist gets involved in a murder. With Lee Patterson and Colin Gordon. A snappy thriller from the UK. $14.95

Kidnap Syndicate (1975)
La Cittą Sconvolta
Italian made crime feature starring James Mason. Color. $19.95

Killer Bait (1949) a.k.a. Too Late for Tears
A greedy woman (Lizabeth Scott) talks her mild-mannered husband (Arthur Kennedy) into keeping blackmail money they have received by mistake. Naturally, nothing works out according to plan. Dan Duryea (at his sleaziest) co-stars in this fine film packed with tricks and plot twists. One of our favorites. $14.95

Killer Dill (1947)
Mild-mannered salesman Stuart Irwin find his life in turmoil when he is mistaken for a gangster who has recently bumped off a rival crime boss. $19.95

King of Alcatraz (1938)
Fun and fast-paced comedy drama with Gail Patrick, Lloyd Nolan, Harry Carey, J. Carroll Naish and Robert Preston. $19.95

King of the Damned (1936)
Conrad Veidt leads his fellow prisoners in a revolt against the cruel wardens of their island prison. Also with Helen Vinson and Noah Beery, Sr. $19.95

Kung Fu Collection
Two complete features on two VHS tapes! 'Sprits of Bruce Lee' - When his brother is killed by gangsters, a jade-importer and his friend swear bloody revenge. 'Kung Fu Arts' - The Princess and Lord Kang are to be married, but before the happy day, an attempt is made on the King's life and the Princess is poisoned - and Kang is the only suspect. He fights his way out of the city as the Princess lingers near death! Color. $24.95

Ladies in Retirement (1941)
Ida Lupino kills her employer (Isobel Elsom) so she and her two insane half-sisters can take over the dead woman's mansion. When a relative of the murder victim shows up, he begins to suspect foul play. A creepy and suspenseful production directed by Charles Vidor. Also with Evelyn Keyes, Elsa Lanchester and Edith Barrett. $19.95

The Lady Confesses (1945)
Mary Beth Hughes stars as a woman willing to take a murder rap to protect her boyfriend. Solid B picture also features Hugh 'Ward Cleaver' Beaumont. $14.95

Lady From Nowhere (1931)
Suspense yarn about a team of amateur sleuths who battle crime. With Alice Day and Mischa Auer. $14.95

Larceny on the Air (1937)
A doctor crusades against phoney cures, but gets mixed up with the daughter of a mobster he's battling. Starring Bob Livingston and Grace Bradley. $19.95

The Last Mile (1932)
Anti-capital punishment tome adapted from writings by a convict. Starring Preston Foster and Noel Madison. $19.95

The Last Warning (1938)
Playboy Raymond Parker receives a series of threatening letters, and detectives Preston Foster and Frank Jenks investigate. This Universal crime/comedy is part of the 'Crime Club' series. $19.95

Late Extra (1935)
James Mason stars as a cub reporter hunting for a notorious bank robber (Clifford McLaglen). Co-starring Virginia Cherrill and Alastair Sim - with Michael Wilding (Mr. Elizabeth Taylor) in a small role. $14.95

Law of the Underworld (1938)
Chester Morris stars as an arch criminal who masquerades as a solid citizen. When two young lovers are framed for robbery and murder, he must decide whether to help them (and admit his true identity) or let them be executed. $14.95

Let 'Em Have It (1935)
a.k.a. False Faces Depression-era crime drama loosely based on John Dillinger. Starring Richard Arlen, Bruce Cabot and Virginia Bruce. $19.95

Let'er Go Gallegher (1928)
Newsboy Junior Coughlin sees hood commit a crime, so he tips off his reporter pal (Harrison Ford), who becomes something of a celebrity because of the story. Ford's newfound boastful nature cause him to lose his girl, so he decides to redeem himself by capturing the hood. Also with Elinor Fair. Silent. $19.95

License to Kill (1964)
Eddie Constantine stars as master detective Nick Carter, sent to stop enemy agents from stealing a secret weapon. $14.95

Lightning Strikes Twice (1935)
Comedy mystery featuring Thelma Todd, 'Skeets' Gallagher, Ben Lyon, Pert Kelton, Chick Chandler and Jonathan Hale. $19.95

The Limping Man (1953)
An American ex-GI (Lloyd Bridges) returns to London to find his lost love (Moira Lister), but instead gets deeply involved in a murder mystery. $14.95

The Living Dead (1936) a.k.a. The Scotland Yard Mystery
Inspector Gerald duMaurier investigates George Curson's scheme to murder people for their insurance money and then return them to life! $19.95

Loan Shark (1952)
An ex-con tries to put an end to a dirty money-lending racket. Starring George Raft, Dorothy Hart, Paul Stewart, Russell Johnson and John Hoyt. $19.95

The Lone Wolf Strikes (1940)
Starring Warren William, Joan Perry and Don Beddoe. $19.95

NEW! The Lone Wolf Takes a Chance (1941)
Starring William Warren, June Storey and Don Beddoe. $19.95

Love from a Stranger (1937)
Basil Rathbone and Ann Harding play a deadly 'game' of nerves in this outstanding thriller based on the Agatha Christy short story. Specify 1937 version. $19.95

The Long Dark Hall (1951)
When a chorus girl is murdered, her boyfriend (a married man) is accused of the crime while his wife stands by him. Strange film with a trick ending stars Rex Harrison and Lili Palmer. $14.95

Lure of the Islands (1942)
Feds go undercover to nab crooks set up on an island. Starring Margie Hart, Robert Lowery, Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams and Gale Storm. $19.95

Ma Barker's Killer Brood (1960)
Lurene Tuttle stars as the infamous crime family matriarch; seen here giving advice to her own boys, as well as Alvin Karpis, Machine Gun Kelly, Baby Face Nelson and John Dillinger. The film has many great action scenes, and features Don Grady ('My Three Sons') as young Herman Barker. From Filmservice. $14.95

Machine Gun Kelly (1957)
Charles Bronson stars in this fictionalized screen biography of the notoriuos, henpecked outlaw. Also with Susan Cabot and Morey Amsterdam. Directed by Roger Corman. $14.95

The Mad Bomber (1973)
Imagine: Chuck Connors as a maniac who blows up schools and hospitals - Nevile Brand as a porno-crazed rapist - Vince Edwards as the cop who must stop them! From Bert I. Gordon, the man who brought you 'Tormented' and 'The Amazing Colossal Man.' Color. $14.95

The Mad Executioners (1965)
When a sex fiend begins decapitating women, the fiancee of a Scotland Yard inspector agrees to act as bait in a trap to catch him. Meanwhile, a group of hooded vigilantes have been kidnapping members of the underworld and putting them on trial themselves. Pretty weird stuff. $14.95

A Man About the House (1947)
Two British spinsters inherit an Italian villa and are wooed by the good-looking caretaker, who marries one of the women and then kills her. Great clifftop climax. $14.95

Man from Headquarters (1942)
A Chicago crime reporter (Frank Albertson) solves a gangland slaying. Also with Joan Woodbury and Arthur O'Connell. $19.95

Man on the Eiffel Tower (1949)
Burgess Meredith directed (and appears in) this superb crime drama. Detective Charles Laughton searches Paris for a killer (Franchot Tone), leading to the heartstopping confrontation on the Eiffel Tower. Production and performances are first rate. Color. $19.95

Marie Gallante (1934)
Spencer Tracy stars as a detective investigating a plot to blow up the Panama Canal. Also with Helen Morgan, Ned Sparks and Stepin Fetchit. $14.95

Meet Sexton Blake (1944)
Detective Blake (David Farrar) is hired to recover some 'missing items,' not knowing they are related to an important government experiment. $14.95

Meet the Wildcat (1940)
New York cop Ralph Bellamy tracks a notorious art thief in this crime comedy from Universal. Also with Margaret Lindsay and Allen Jenkins. $19.95

Miami Expose (1956)
When his partner is killed by gangsters, detective Lee J. Cobb hides a witness (Patricia Medina) in his remote cabin. Also with Alan Napier and Edward Arnold (his last film).$19.95

Midnight Limited (1938)
Title refers to a train running from New York to Montreal. John King stars as a detective out to stop a criminal gang from robbing it. Nice B picture from Monogram. Also with Marjorie Reynolds and George Cleveland. $14.95

Midnight Manhunt (1945) a.k.a. One Exciting Night
Rival reporters William Gargan and Ann Savage discover the body of a local mobster hidden in a wax museum. This great crime comedy also stars Leo Gorcey, Don Beddoe, George E. Stone and George Zucco. $19.95

The Midnight Phantom (1935)
Reginald Denny stars in this rarely screened murder mystery. $14.95

The Midnight Warning (1932)
A woman (Claudia Dell) checks into a hotel with her brother, who later disappears. Hotel personnel then insist that she checked in alone, and try to convince her that she is insane. Interesting story with a shock ending. Also with William (Stage) Boyd and Lloyd Ingraham. $14.95

The Missing Corpse (1945)
A publisher (J. Edward Bromberg) goes to great lengths to conceal the body of his rival, fearing he will be unjustly accused of murder. Also with Isabelle Randolph. $14.95

The Missing Lady (1946)
a.k.a. The Shadow and the Missing Lady
Third in the series, with Kane Richmond as The Shadow. $19.95

Mitchell (1975)
Action film starring Joe Don Baker as a tough cop hunting down a dope ring. Also with Linda Evans, Martin Balsam, John Saxon and Merlin Olsen. Color. $19.95

The Mob (1951)
Undercover cop Broderick Crawford infiltrates a dangerous waterfront gang. Tough crime picture also features Ernest Borgnine, Neville Brand and Charles Bronson. $19.95

Mob Story (1990)
A mob boss (John Vernon) finds himself on the run from both G-men and his former 'friends.' Also starring Margot Kidder. Color. $19.95

The Money (1975)
A con decides to kidnap the child his girlfriend is babysitting. Starring Lawrence Luckinbill and Regina Baff. Color. $19.95

Money Madness (1947)
A terrific B picture. Hugh Beaumont tricks lovely Frances Rafferty into marrying him so he can legitimately claim a cache of holdup money. He's such a convincing heel, it's hard to believe that just a few years later he'd be America's favorite dad on 'Leave It to Beaver.' $14.95

The Monk (1969)
Blake Edwards private eye story featuring George Maharis, Janet Leigh, Jack Albertson, Edward G. Robinson and Joe Besser. Color. $19.95

Monte Carlo Nights (1934)
A man unjustly accused of murder escapes and sets about finding the real murderer. Starring Mary Brian, John Darrow and Kate Campbell. From Monogram. $14.95

The Most Dangerous Game (1932)
A madman hunts human beings on his own private island. This classic film influenced California's infamous Zodiac killer. Starring Joel McRea, Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong and Leslie Banks. $14.95

Motorcycle Squad (1937)
A policeman goes undercover to thwart a criminal gang. With Kane Richmond. $14.95

Murder at 45 RPM (1961) Meurtre en 45 Tours
French suspense film about a famous singer (Danielle Darrieux) who carries on an affair with her accompanist (Michel Auclair). The illicit lovers begin to suspect each other after the husband turns up dead, and recorded messages from him begin arriving. $14.95

Murder at Midnight (1931)
During a parlor game, a man is shot by what is supposed to be a blank but turns out to be a real bullet. With Hale Hamilton, Robert Elliott and Alice White. $14.95

Murder at 3 A.M. (1953) UK
Starring Dennis Price as a detective who comes to suspect his sister's boyfriend of murder. Also with Phillip Saville and Peggy Adams. $19.95

Murder in Greenwich Village (1937)
When Fay Wray is wrongly accused of murder, defense lawyer Richard Arlen tries to find the real killer. $19.95

Murder in Harlem (1935)
When night watchman discovers the body of a murdered girl, he becomes the major suspect in the crime. His sister asks an author-turned-lawyer (who she secretly loves) to take the case and even goes undercover to help find the true killer. Starring Clarence Brooks, Dororthy Van Engle, Alec Lovejoy, Laura Bowman and Bee Freeman. All-Black cast. $14.95

Murder in the Music Hall (1946)
a.k.a. Midnight Melody
When a blackmailer is killed, various show folk become suspects. Solid mystery features Vera Hruba Ralston, William Marshall, Helen Walker, William Gargan and Ann Rutherford. $19.95

Murder on the Campus (1934)
A newsman encounters murder while writing a series of articles on moonlighting coeds. With Edward Van Sloan. $14.95

Murder with Pictures (1936)
Gangsters get their man a job as news photographer, then outfit him with a camera rigged to shoot silent bullets. Starring Lew Ayres, Gail Patrick, Joyce Compton, Paul Kelly, Anthony Nace and Onslow Stevens. $19.95

Mutiny in the Big House (1938)
A prison Chaplain tries to steer a young convict away from a tough con (Barton MacLane). Based on the life of Colorado priest Patrick O'Neil, who actually halted a prison riot in the 1920's. From Monogram. $14.95

My Boys Are Good Boys (1978)
Ralph Meeker, Ida Lupino and Lloyd Nolan star in this story of a teenage gang out to rob an armored car. Color. $19.95

The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu (1929)
Warner Oland plays the title character in this first sound adaptation from Sax Rohmer. Also with Jean Arthur, Neil Hamilton and O.P. Heggie. $19.95

Mystery Liner (1934)
An inventor turns up murdered after rigging a ship with his secret new control device. With Noah Beery, Sr. $14.95

The Mystery Man (1935)
Robert Armstrong ('King Kong,' 'The Most Dangerous Game') is a newspaper reporter who solves mysteries in Chicago and St. Louis, meets and marries Maxine Doyle - all in 65 minutes. Great crime/comedy film from Monogram. $14.95

Mystic Circle Mystery (1939) a.k.a. Religious Racketeers
Reporter Arthur Gardner sets out to expose a phony medium conning gullible women out of their life savings. Harry Houdini's widow makes a brief appearance in an effort to discredit tricksters of this kind. $14.95

Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase (1939)
Starring Bonita Granville as the famed girl detective. $19.95

Nancy Drew, Detective (1938)
Starring Bonita Granville. First of the series. $19.95

Nancy Drew, Reporter (1939)
Starring Bonita Granville. $19.95

Nancy Drew, Trouble Shooter (1939)
Starring Bonita Granville. $19.95

A Night for Crime (1942)
Glenda Farrell and Lyle Talbot star in this murder mystery set in the backlots of Hollywood. $19.95

The Night Has Eyes (1942) a.k.a. Terror House
Solid mystery features Joyce Howard as a schoolteacher who searches the Moors for her friend who disappeared there. Co-starring James Mason and Mary Clare. $19.95

The Night Hawk (1938)
When gangsters kill a customs agent, his best pal swears revenge, enlisting the aid of a rival hitman who has his own beef with the gang. Legendary Republic crime drama moves at a breakneck pace. Great cast includes Robert Livingston, Robert Armstrong, Ben Weldon and Dwight Frye. $19.99

A Night in New Orleans (1942)
Cops suspect their commander (Preston Foster) of killing a nortorious gambler. Foster has to stay one step ahead of the force in an attempt to clear his name. Also with Albert Dekker, Patricia Morrison and Dooley Wilson. $14.95

The Night of January 16th (1941)
Robert Preston looks for evidence to free an innocent woman (Ellen Drew). Also with Rod Cameron and Cecil Kellaway. $19.95

Non-Stop New York (1937)
A chorus girl (Anna Lee) gets mixed up with gangsters and framed for robbery. Also starring John Loder and William Dewhurst. $19.95

The Notorious Lone Wolf (1946)
Starring Gerald Mohr as Michael Lanyard, the jewel thief turned detective. $19.95

No Trace (1950)
Mystery thriller about a crime writer whose radio broadcasts (unbeknownst to the listening audience) are based on his past criminal exploits. A gangster who was once his partner re-enters the picture and demands money to keep their former relationship a secret. $14.95

Now or Never (1935)
Starring Richard Talmadge, Janet Chandler, Robert Walker, Ed Davis, Otto Metzetti and Thomas Ricketts. $19.95

Obsessed (1951)
A man and his mistress are suspected of murdering the man's wife, but a detective assigned to the case has other ideas. With David Farrar and Roland Culver. $14.95

One Frightened Night (1934)
An old man arranges to leave all his money to a group of people he doesn't really like when suddenly his long lost granddaughter (presumed dead) shows up. Murder ensues. With Wallace Ford, Regis Toomey and Mary Carlisle. $14.95

On the Run (1958) UK
A boxer hides out from gangsters after he refuses to throw a fight. Starring Neil McCallum and Susan Beaumont. Specify 1958 version. $19.95

On the Run (1983) Australia
Strange action picture with a convict (Paul Winfield) with a young friend who's targeted for death after witnessing murder. Also starring Rod Taylor and Beau Cox. Specify 1983 version. Color. $19.95

Open Secret (1948)
John Ireland is a cop out to stop a gang of anti-Semetic hoodlums. Also with Sheldon Leonard and Jane Randolph. $14.95

The Outsider (1979) a.k.a. Fatal Error
a.k.a. Outsider in Amsterdam
Starring Rutger Hauer and Rijk de Gooyer as a pair of Dutch vice cops who crack down on various dope and sex crimes. Specify 1979 version. Color. $19.95

The Panther's Claw (1942)
Sidney Blackmer and his assistant investigate a murder in an opera company. Nice characterizations in this slick little mystery from PRC. $14.95

Paris Express (1953)
a.k.a. The Man Who Watched Trains Go By
An embezzler gets more than he bargained for in this British crime drama starring Claude Rains and Herbert Lom. $14.95

Parole, Inc. (1949)
When a criminal gang comes up with a scheme that gets crooks paroled early, a courageous G-Man infilrates the mob in an effort to stop their plan. Exciting B-movie with Michael O'Shea, Turhan Bey, Evelyn Ankers, Michael Whalen and Lyle Talbot. $14.95

The Penguin Pool Murder (1932)
Ace sleuth Edna May Oliver spots a body floating in an aquarium and is determined to solve the mysterious death. Also with James Gleason, Robert Armstrong and Mae Clarke. $19.95

The Phantom (1931)
A hooded murderer terrorizes a group of people in this dark house mystery. Starring Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams, Allene Ray, Niles Welch, William Gould, Sheldon Lewis, Tom O'Brien, Violet Knights, Bobby Dunn, William Jackie and Wilfred Lucas. Specify Guinn Williams version. $14.95

The Phantom Broadcast (1933)
A popular singer is murdered, and his dark secret exposed. Strange murder mystery from Monogram Pictures. $14.95

Phantom Express (1932)
An engineer aboard a speeding train spots another engine heading toward his and hits the breaks. His train jumps the tracks and many are killed, but the mysterious 'other train' is nowhere to be found. A creepy mystery with J. Farrell McDonald and Sally Blaine. $14.95

Phantom in the House (1929)
Ricardo Cortez stars in this complex mystery about an inventor who is accused of a murder actually committed by his wife. Also with Grace Valentine and Henry H. Walthall ('Birth of a Nation'). $14.95

Phantom of Chinatown (1940)
Keye Luke solves the murder of an archaeologist. Rare casting for a Hollywood production - an Asian actor playing an Oriental detective! Also with Grant Withers and Lotus Long. $19.95

Phantom of 42nd Street (1944)
A young actress makes her Broadway debut while her rich uncle is murdered backstage. This PRC feature stars Dave ('Reefer Madness') O'Brien, Frank Jenks and Kay Aldridge. $14.95

Pink String and Sealing Wax (1945)
A woman murders her husband and frames another man for the crime in this Victorian-era drama. Many plot twists before the film wraps up. $14.95

Playing Around (1930)
Poor girl Alice White gets involved with mobster Chester Morris in an attempt to improve her lot in life. Also with William Bakewell and Lionel Belmore. $19.95

Police Rookie (1940) a.k.a. I Take This Oath
Gordon Jones stars as a young cop who vows to stop a dangerous crime boss, even if it means taking in a member of his own family. Directed by Sam Newfield (using the name Sherman Scott) for PRC. $14.95

Port of New York (1949)
Feds Scott Brady and Richard Rober try to smash a dope ring run by Yul Brynner (who sports a full head of hair). A clever, action packed crime drama from Eagle-Lion. $19.95

Postmark for Danger (1956)
Sexy Terry Moore stars as a woman involved with smugglers. Police move in to stop them, but not before a half dozen murders have been committed. $14.95

The President's Mystery (1936)
Action film from Republic Pictures based on a story in Liberty Magzine suggested by FDR. Screenplay is by Lester Cole and Nathaniel West ('Day of the Locust'). $14.95

Prison Break (1938)
When an honset fisherman (Barton MacLane) is sent up the river for a crime he didn't commit, he vows to escape and find the real culprit. This top notch B picture co-stars Ward Bond as a trouble making con and Glenda Farrell as MacLane's faithfull sweetheart. $14.95

Prison Train (1938)
En route to Alcatraz aboard the prison train, mobster Fred Keating is threatened by rival gangsters. Plenty of locomotive action in this entertaining B picture. Also with Linda Winters and Val Stanton. $14.95

Profile (1954)
British thriller concerning a husband, his unfaithful wife, embezzlement and of course - murder. With John Bentley, Kathleen Byron. Exciting chase finale. $14.95

Quicksand (1950)
Mechanic Mickey Rooney falls for sleazy Jeanne Cagney (sister of James), a blonde goldigger who insists he spend a bundle on her. Mickey foolishly tosses over his loyal girlfriend and begins a life of crime to support his new romance. Atmospheric film noir also features Peter Lorre in a great role as a despicable arcade operator. Recommended viewing for all fans of great crime drama. $14.95

Quiet Please, Murder (1942)
George Sanders and Gail Patrick star in this unusual crime drama. They play a pair of murderous thieves who steal rare books and sell copies as priceless originals. $19.95

The Racketeer (1929)
Early gangster talkie with suave mobster Robert Armstrong wooing Carole Lombard by helping the career of her violinist boyfriend. $14.95

Racket Squad
Reed Hadley stars as Captain Braddock of the Racket Squad in this syndicated 1951-1953 TV crime series. Based on actual bunco cases. See the TV Page for a listing of episodes available from Scorched Earth.

Radio Patrol (1932)
Cops Robert Armstrong and Russell Hopton battle a murdrous gang trying to steal a payroll. Also with Lila Lee and Andy Devine. $19.95

Raffles (1939)
Crime romance featuring David Niven (his first top-billing) as a loveable rogue. Also with Olivia de Havilland, Dame May Whitty and E.E. Clive. Specify 1939 version. $19.95

Raising Arizona (1987)
Acclaimed screwball comedy filled with mad chases, unexpected plot twists and wild pyrotechnics. Vowing to go straight, a convenience store bandit (Nicholas Cage) proposes marriage to the police department's photographer (Holly Hunter). All is wedded bliss until they discover she's unable to get pregnant and are turned down by every adoption agency in town. It doesn't take long before they realize the only solution is to kidnap one of the town's celebrated quintuplets and hit the road! Color. $24.95

Raw Deal (1948)
Superb gangster film with Dennis O'Keefe serving time in prison for a crime he did not commit. Great cast also includes Claire Trevor, Marsha Hunt, John Ireland, Raymond Burr and Whit Bissell. $19.95

A Real American Hero (1978)
Brian Dennehy stars as sheriff Buford Pusser, the lawman made famous in 'Walking Tall.' Also with Forest Tucker, Ken Howard and Sheree North. Color. $19.95

The Rebel Set (1959)
Edward Platt ('Get Smart') plays a criminal mastermind in this suspenseful crime drama. Set in the world of the Beat Generation, the story concerns a well-planned but ultimately ill-fated armored truck heist involving some local youths. Promoted as a teen exploitation film, 'The Rebel Set' is actually a thrilling caper film. $14.95

The Red Dragon (1946)
Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler) investigates a series of mysterious murders in Mexico City. People are killed by bullets that have not been fired by guns! Also with Carol Hughes, Benson Fong and Willie Best. $19.95

Red Dragon (1967)
Federal agent Stewart Granger battles a deadly smuggling ring in this action-packed crime thriller. Also starring Rosanna Schiaffino, Suzanne Roquette and Horst Frank. Color. $14.95

Red Surf (1990)
A group of drug dealers decides to go straight, but before they can do so they're squealed on by a former partner and must flee. Starring George Clooney, Dedee Pfiefer and Doug Savant (as a biker named 'Attila'). Color. $19.95

Requiem for a Secret Agent (1966)
Spy drama starring Stewart Granger and Daniela Bianchi. Color. $19.95

Return of Dr. Fu Manchu (1930)
Sequel to 'The Mysterious Fu Manch' features the evil one slipping out of his own coffin and escaping to England. Starring Warner Oland, Neil Hamilton and O.P. Heggie. $19.95

Ringside (1949)
A concert pianist (Don Barry) turns prizefighter to avenge his brother, whthings get complicated. Also with Sheila Ryan, Tony Canzoneri and Lyle Talbot (as a radio announcer). $14.95

Riot Squad (1941)
Richard Cromwell stars in this tale of a physician who goes undercover to infiltrate a criminal gang. $14.95

River Beat (1953)
Phyllis Kirk ('House of Wax') stars as a ship's radio operator unwittingly used by a gang of smugglers. John Bentley plays the inspector who works to clear her. $14.95

Rogue's Gallery (1945)
Journalists Frank Jenks and Robin Raymond get mixed up in a murder mystery while interviewing inventor H.B. Warner. $19.95

Rogue's Tavern (1936)
Wallace Ford and Joan Woodbury star in this strange story of a killer who uses a set of false dog's teeth. $14.95

Rogue's Yarn (1958)
When Derek Bond's rich wife dies in a boating accident, police become suspicious and begin checking on Bond and his mistress (Nicole Maurey). $14.95

Rome Express (1933)
Murder mystery set aboard a train heading from Paris to Rome. Starring Conrad Veidt, Esther Ralston, Hugh Williams and Cedric Hardwick. $19.95

Room to Let (1949)
A crippled widow and her daughter rent a room they come to suspect of being Jack the Ripper. A creepy and suspenseful British production. $14.95

Run Like a Thief (1967)
Kieron Moore is the only witness to am armored car robbery. He grabs the loot (stolen gems) when the crooks are killed, but becomes a target for rival mobsters led by Keenan Wynn. Also with Ina Balin and Fernando Rey. Color. $19.95

The Sadist (1963) a.k.a. Profile of Terror
A trio of schoolteachers is terrorized by a psycho punk (Arch Hall, Jr.) and his sexy but dumb girlfriend (Marilyn Manning). Suspenseful direction by James Landis and great cinematography by the legendary Vilmos Zsigmond. Hall's best role. $14.95

The Saint in London (1939)
Starring George Sanders as Simon Templar. $19.95

The Saint in New York (1938)
Starring Louis Hayward as Simon Templar. $19.95

The Saint in Palm Springs (1941)
Starring George Sanders as Simon Templar. $19.95

The Saint's Double Trouble (1940)
Starring George Sanders as Simon Templar. $19.95

The Saint's Vacation (1941)
Starring Hugh Sinclair as Simon Templar. $19.95

The Saint Takes Over (1940)
Starring George Sanders as Simon Templar. $19.95

San Francisco Docks (1941)
Longshoreman Burgess Meredith is arrested for murder after his rival turns up dead. Also with Irene Hervey, Raymond Walburn and Robert Armstrong. $19.95

Satan Met a Lady (1936)
Bette Davis hires Warren William to find a mysterious woman, but won't tell him why. Based on 'The Maltese Falcon' by Dashiell Hammett. $19.95

Satan's School fort Girls (1973)
A young woman passes herself off as a student to investigate a rash of suspicious suicides at a prestigiuous girl's school. Starring Kate Jackson, Pamela Franklin, Cheryl Ladd, Roy Thinnes, Jo Van Fleet and Lloyd Bochner. Color. $19.95

Scarlet Street (1946)
Seductive Joan Bennett lures mild-mannered Edward G. Robinson into a life of crime (with help from her slimy boyfriend Dan Duryea). Robinson sets out to get his revenge, with interesting results. Loaded with irony and bizarre visual touches courtesy of director Fritz Lang ('M'). $14.95

Scream of Fear (1961) a.k.a. Taste of Fear
Terrific mystery drama from Hammer Films. When wheelchair-bound Susan Strasberg visits her father's Riviera resort and comes to beilieve that the people there are plotting to drive her crazy. Christopher Lee co-stars with Ann Todd. Loaded with intruiging plot twists. $19.95

The Second Woman (1951)
Architect Robert Young is tormented by guilt over the 'accidental' death of his girlfriend. Is he the victim of her father's revenge? An engrossing psychological study with a film noir look. Co-starring model-turned-actress Betsy Drake. $14.95

The Secrets of Wu Sin (1932)
Newspaper editor Grant Withers saves Lois Wilson from suicide and gives her a job. Soon she's investigating a plot involving smuggled Chinese workers. $19.95

Serena (1962)
This great British mystery features Patrick Holt as a detective searching for a killer. Also with Honor Blackman and Emrys Jones. $19.95

Seven Doors to Death (1944)
A young architect (Chick Chandler) is forced to solve a murder mystery to avoid throwing suspicion on himself. Also with June Clyde and George Meeker. $19.95

711 Ocean Drive (1950)
A gangster hires telephone repairman Edmond O'Brien to rig up a special phone system for his bookmaking operation. O'Brien gets big plans and is soon running the show. This excellent crime drama also features Otto Kruger, Joanne Dru, Donald Porter and Sammy White. $19.95

Seven Keys to Baldpate (1935)
Oft-filmed comedy mystery is always a crowd pleaser. Starring Gene Raymond, Margaret Callahan and Walter Brennan. Specify 1935 version. $19.95

The Seventh Commandment (1961)
Jonathan Kidd suffers amnesia in an auto accident. He thinks he has killed the driver of the other car and assumes a new identity, eventually coming under the influence of a clergyman. Kidd's old girlfriend then schemes to blackmail him. Also with Lyn Statten and John Carpenter. $19.95

The Shadow (1937)
Rita Hayworth inherits her father's rundown circus and his many debts. She soon suspects members of the troup (who all hated the man) of plotting his murder. Also with Charles Quigley, Bess Flowers and Dwight Frye. Specify feature version (as opposed to the 'The Shadow' serial - also available from SEP). $19.95

The Shadow Returns (1946)
Monogram mystery starring Kane Richmond as Lamont Cranston/The Shadow. $19.95

Shadows in the Night (1944)
Creepy thriller based on the 'Crime Doctor' radio show. Starring Warner Baxter, Nina Foch and George Zucco. $19.95

Shadows of the Orient (1937)
Investigator Regis Toomey learns that Chinese nationals are being smuggled into the U.S. Also with Esther Ralston, Sidney Blackmer and J. Farrell MacDonald. $19.95

Shadows on the Stairs (1941)
A series of murders are committed in a rooming house. Warners mystery stars Paul Cavenaugh, Bruce Lester and Heather Angel. Based on the play 'Murder on the 2nd Floor.' $19.95

The Shadow Strikes (1937)
Grand National mystery featuring Rod LaRoque as The Shadow. $19.95

Shake Hands with Murder (1944)
A clever PRC murder mystery set in the world of bailbondsmen. With Frank Jenks and Iris Adrian. $14.95

The Shanghai Gesture (1941)
A fascinating crime drama from Josef von Sternberg. Set in the gambling dens and back alleys of the myesterious East, it stars Gene Tierney, Walter Huston, Victor Mature, Ona Munson, Mike Mazurki and Maria Ouspenskaya. $19.95

Sherlock Holmes (1932)
Starring Clive Brook as Holmes, Reginald Owen ans Watson and Ernest Torrence as Moriarty. $19.95

Sherlock Holmes and the Deadly Necklace (1962)
a.k.a. Valley of Fear
Christopher Lee and the beautiful Senta Berger star in this atmospheric German Holmes entry. Here the great detective matches wits with his nemesis Moriarity in hunting down a necklace stolen from Cleopatra's tomb. Directed by Terence Fisher of England's Hammer Studios. $14.95

Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon (1942)
Holmes and Watson (Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce) protect the inventor of a revolutionary new bombsight. Also with Lionel Atwill (as Moriarity), Dennis Hoey, Kaaren Verne and Mary Gordon. $19.95

Shock (1946)
A woman is killed by her psychologist husband Vincent Price) and his nurse, but the crime is witnessed by a neighbor woman. The doctor sets out to save himself by 'proving' the witness is crazy. Price's first starring role. $14.95

A Shot in the Dark (1935)
A series of murders are committed on a college campus by a killer with a fiendish weapon. With Edward Van Sloan and Charles Starrett. Based on Clifford Orr's novel 'The Dartmouth Murders.' Specify 1935 version. $14.95

Shreik in the Night (1933)
Rival reporters Ginger Rogers and Lyle Talbot try to solve a murder mystery. See also 'The Thriteenth Guest.' $19.95

Silent Passenger (1935)
Dorothy Sayers' fictional detective Lord Peter Whimsey battles crime in this British drama directed by playwright Reginald Denham. With John Loder. $14.95

The Silver Streak (1935)
Charles Starrett is the engineer on a Nevada-bound train. On board are his girlfriend Sally Blane, her father William Farnum (president of the railraod) and a murderer who's on the lam. Also with Irving Pichel, Arthur Lake, Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams, Dave O'Brien and Edgar Kennedy. Specify 1935 version. $19.95

Sing Sing Nights (1934)
When a newsman is killed by three bullets, three men confess to the crime and a professor sets out to prove that two of them are innocent. $14.95

Sky Liner (1949)
Spy drama set aboard an airliner bound for the west coast. Starring Richard Travis, Pamela Blake and Rochelle Hudson. $19.95

The Sleeping Tiger (1954)
Weird story of a psychiatrist who imprisons a criminal for use in a series of mental experiments. The crook falls for the doctor's wife and the trouble really begins. Directed by blacklisted filmmaker Joseph Losey and starring Dirk Bogarde, Alexis Smith and Hugh Griffith. $14.95

Smashing the Rackets (1938)
Chester Morris stars as a racket busting D.A. modeled after Thomas E. Dewey. Also with Franves Mercer, Bruce cabot, Rita Johnson, Ben Welden and Eddie Acuff. $19.95

Someone at the Door (1950)
A rookie reporter stages a phony murder, thereby implicating himself in a real one. With Michael Medwin. $14.95

Someone Behind the Door (1971)
A demented psychiatrist (Anthony Perkins) uses an amnesiac murderer (Charles Bronson) to gain revenge on his unfaithful wife. French production co-starring Jill Ireland. $19.95

Southside 1-1000 (1950)
A G-Man goes after a gang of counterfeiters in this well done crime drama from Monogram. Starring Don DeFore, Andrea King, Morris Ankrum and George Tobias. $19.99

Speed Limited (1935)
G-Man Ralph Graves hunts down a gang of kidnappers while romancing Evelyn Brent. $19.95

Speed Reporter (1936)
Newspaper yarn featuring Richard Talmadge as a crusading reporter. Also with Luana Walters, Richard Cramer and Bob Walker. $19.95

The Sphinx (1933)
Deaf mute Lionel Atwill finds himself accused of murder. Also with Sheila Terry, Robert Ellis and 'Gabby' Hayes. $19.95

The Squeeze (1980)
An aging safe-cracker (Lee Van Cleef) takes on a job, but learns he'll be 'eliminated' when his task is completed. Also with KAren Black, Edward Albert, Lionel Stander and Robert Alda. Color. $19.95

Stakeout! (1962)
An ex-con wanders the country with his young son, but can't find work because of his past record. Out of desperation he gets involved in a plot to kidnap the son of a wealthy oilman. $14.95

Stark Fear (1962)
Beverly Garland endures rape and other abuse in this mean-spirited drama. $14.95

Star Of Midnight (1935)
Charming crime comedy starring William Powell as a lawyer who doubles as a detective. Also with Ginger Rogers, Paul Kelly, Gene Lockhart, J. Farrell MacDonald and Ralph Morgan. $19.95

The St. Louis Bank Robbery (1959)
a.k.a. The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery
Steve McQueen stars as a college football star who is caught taking a bribe. He returns in disgrace to his hometown and gets invloved in a meticulously planned bank holdup (he's recruited as the driver of the getaway car). A fascinating semi-documentary based on an actual event. Also with Molly McCarthy. $14.95

Stolen Heaven (1931)
Nancy Carroll and Phillips Holmes pull off a $200,000 heist and then take it on the lam - making a pact to commit a double suicide when they've spent all the loot. Also with Louis Calhern and Guy Kibbee. $14.95

Stolen Identity (1953)
This mystery about a criminal impersonation stars Turhan Bey, Francis Lederer and Joan Camden. $14.95

The Stoolie (1974)
Police informer Jackie Mason absconds with a small fortune and is hunted down. Also with Anne Marie, Dan Frazer and Jean Kurtz. Color. $19.95

Strange Adventure (1932) a.k.a. The Wayne Murder Case
An aging millionaire is murdered while reading his will to his assembled family. With Regis Toomey, Dwight Frye and Jason Robards, Sr. From Monogram. $14.95

Strange Awakening (1957) a.k.a. Female Fiends
An American tourist with amnesia (Lex Barker) is used as a dupe by a femme fatale who attempts to pass him off as an heir to her late husband's fortune. $14.95

Strange Illusion (1945)
When a smooth talking con man (Warren Williams) puts the make on a young widow, the woman's teenage son (Jimmy Lydon) suspects the worst. Loaded with suspense and great visual touches, this is Edgar G. Ulmer's finest film next to 'Detour.' $14.95

The Stranger (1946)
Orson Welles stars as a Nazi war criminal living under an assumed name in postwar America. Edward G. Robinson is the G-Man determined to track him down. A classic drama directed by Welles. $14.95

A Stranger in Town (1957)
When an American is murdered in a small English community, a journalist from his home town sets out to find the killer. With Alex Nicole and Anne Page. $14.95

The Strangler (1964)
Victor Buono stars as a doll-loving mama's boy who takes to strangling beautiful women. Set in Boston and filmed at the time the city was being terrorized by real life serial killer Albert DeSalvo. Ellen Corby (The Walton's) plays Buono's domineering mother. $14.95

The Studio Murder Mystery (1929)
An actor in a murder film (Fredric March) finds himself threatened in real life. Also with Neil Hamilton and Warner Oland. $19.95

A Study in Scarlet (1933)
Sherlock Holems (Reginald Owen, who also co-wrote the script) discovers an underworld organization bent on taking over all the city's criminal activity. Also with Anna May Wong. $14.95

Sucker Money (1933)
A reporter works to expose a swami (Mischa Auer) who has been bilking his wealthy customers with bogus seances. $14.95

Suddenly (1955)
Nine years before JFK's assassination, Lewis Allen directed this distrubing film about a psychopath (Frank Sinatra!) who is paid by an unnamed group to kill the President using a high powered rifle with scope. Also with Sterling Hayden. Sinatra used his influence to pull the film from TV distribution after he learned that Lee Harvey Oswald had watched it shortly before shooting JFK. $14.95

Suspended Alibi (1957)
Great suspense film about a woman (Honor Blackman from TV's 'The Avengers') whose husband gets a friend to lie for him when he visits his mistress. When the friend turns up murdered, the husband becomes the prime suspect. $14.95

Swamp Women (1956)
Beverly Garland stars as a member of an all-woman gang of jewel thieves. They travel (with hostage Mike Connors) to a remote, snake-infested swamp where their hidden diamonds are stashed. Also with Marie Windsor, Jil Jarmyn, and Carole Mathews (as an undercover cop). 'Scarlet women out to get every thrill they could steal!' Color. $14.95

The Terrible People (1960)
a.k.a. Hand of the Gallows
Starring Eddi Arent, Franz Rasp and Karin Dor. Story by Edgar Wallace. $19.95

Terror By Night (1946)
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson (Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce) guard a priceless gem while traveling on a high speed train. Also with Alan Mowbray and Mary Forbes. $19.95

The Temptress (1949)
A woman convinces her doctor to murder her husband in exchange for half his fortune, little knowing that it will go instead to the man's son. A fascinating, downbeat crime story with Joan Maude. $14.95

10 Violent Women (1989)
Ten shapely women attempt to pull off a million dollar jewelry heist, but are caught and sent to a woman's prison - where they'll do anything to get out. From cult director Ted V. Mikels (who appears as a drug dealer). Color. $29.95

There's Always a Woman (1938)
Crime comedy inspired by MGM's 'Thin Man' series. Starring Joan Blondell, Melvyn Douglas, Mary Astor and Frances Drake. Watch for young Rita Hayworth as a secretary. $19.95

They Live By Night (1949) a.k.a. The Twisted Road
This terrific crime drama was produced by John Houseman and was Nicholas Ray's directoral debut. Farley Granger and Cathy O'Donnell are a pair of young lovers who get caught up in a series of criminal events seemingly out of their control. Also with Jay C. Flippen and Howard Da Silva (as two career criminals who take advantage of Granger's innocent nature). Based on Edward Anderson's novel 'Thieves Like Us' (later filmed by Robert Altman). $19.95

They Never Come Back (1932)
Regis Toomey stars as a former boxer forced back into the ring to raise money for his exotic dancer girlfriend (Dorothy Sebastian). Former heavyweight champ James J. Jeffries plays a referee. $14.95

The Third Key (1957) a.k.a. The Long Arm
A dedicated police detective (Jack Hawkins) investigates a series of mysterious burglaries and finds the ideal suspect. The only problem: He's been dead for years. Also with Dorothy Alison. $14.95

The Thirteenth Guest (1932)
A policeman (J. Farrell MacDonald) and a private eye (Lyle Talbot) investigate a spooky old mansion on the thirteenth anniversary of a mysterious tragedy. Ginger Rogers' second feature (and first drama). $14.95

The Thirteenth Hour (1947)
Richard Dix plays the boss of a trucking outfit who's framed for murder by a rival. Solid crime drama from Columbia - part of the 'Whistler' series based on the famous radio mystery program. $19.95

The Thirteenth Man (1937)
A racket busting DA is murdered, as is the reporter who investigates the killing, leaving columnist Weldon Heyburn to find those responsible. Co-starring Milburn Stone (The Judge, Gunsmoke). $14.95

This Man is News (1939)
Comedy mystery (a la the 'Thin Man' series) starring Barry K. Barnes, Valerie Hobson and Alastair Sim. $19.95

Three Stops to Murder (1953)
A whodunnit from Hammer Studios featuring Tom Conway (brother of George Sanders) and Mila Parely. Directed by Terence ('Dracula') Fisher. $14.95

T-Men (1947)
Great film noir from Anthony Mann. Treasury agents go after a gang of counterfeiters in this action classic. Fine cast includes Dennis O'Keefe, Wallace Ford, Charles McGraw, Alfred Ryder, June Lockhart and Reed Hadley. $19.95

TNT Jackson (1974)
Playboy playmate Jeanne Bell stars as karate chopping babe who travels to Hong Kong in search of her missing brother. An R-rated (Bell gets her shirt torn off in nearly every fight scene) blaxploitation classic. Color. $19.95

Today I Hang (1942)
An innocent man is accused of murder. With Mona Barrie and Walter Woolf King. $14.95

Tomorrow at Seven (1933)
Mystery writer Chester Morris hunts down an elusive killer known as 'The Ace of Spades,' a demented murderer who informs his victims of the precise hour of their deaths. Also with Allen Jenkins and Charles Middleton. $19.95

Torchy Blaine in Panama (1938)
Reporter Lola Lane tracks down a gang of murderous bank robbers. Also with Paul Kelly and Tom Kennedy. $19.95

Trapped (1949)
The Secret Service recruits a convicted counterfeiter (Lloyd Bridges) to infiltrate a criminal gang that has been using his old plates. Co-starring John Hoyt and the always sexy Barbara Payton. $14.95

The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes (1935)
Holmes and Dr. Watson (Arthur Wonter and Ian Fleming in a couple of solid performances) investigate a secret society among coal miners. Based on Arthur Conan Doyle's 'The Valley of Fear.' $14.95

True Blood (1989)
A Marine (Jeff Fahey) returns home to find his brother (Chad Lowe) involved with a brutal criminal gang led by Billy Drago. Also starring Sherilyn Fenn. Color. $19.95

24 Hours to Kill (1965)
When his plane is forced to land in Beruit, Mickey Rooney is scheduled to be killed by Walter Slezak and his band of smugglers. Suspense drama also stars Lex Barker and Helga Somerfield. $19.95

Twist of Fate (1954) a.k.a. Beautiful Stranger
Ginger Rogers is a poor showgirl caught in an illicit affair with a counterfeiter. Also with Herbert Lom, Stanley Baker and Jacques Bergerac (Rogers' husband at the time). $14.95

The Ultimate Thrill (1974)
In an effort to get the goods on his unfaithful wife (Britt Ekland), Barry Brown follows her to Colorado and stalks her. Includes many thrilling skiing sequences. $19.95

Underworld Scandal (1947)
Newspaper editor Steve Wilson and his ace police reporter Lorelei go after a gang of criminals who are fixing sporting events in Bigtown. Starring Phillip Reed and Hillary Brooke, with Darryl Hickman. Carl 'Alfafa' Switzer and Tommy Bond. Part of the 'Bigtown' series. $14.95

Uneasy Terms (1948)
Michael Rennie stars as detective Slim Callaghan, out to prove a blackmail victim is innocent of murder. With Nigel Patrick and Moira Lister ('The Limping Man'). $14.95

The Unfaithfuls (1960)
Crime comedy about a group of adulterous couples being blackmailed by a man who later turns up murdered. Starring Gina Lollobrigida, May Britt and Irene Papas. $19.99

The Unstoppable Man (1961)
Cameron Mitchell stars as an American businessman in England. When his son turns up missing, he sets out to find the kidnappers. Also with Lois Maxwell. $14.95

Up in the Air (1940)
Frankie Darro, Marjorie Reynolds and Mantan Moreland work to get their own radio show, then fall under suspicion when rival stars turn up dead. Fun comedy mystery also features Tris Coffin and Lorna Grey. Specify 1940 version. $19.95

Valley of Wanted Men (1935)
Prison escape/revenge film starring Frankie Darro, Paul Fix and Grant Withers. $19.95

Vicious Circle (1945) a.k.a. The Woman in Brown
Police hunt for the killer of a teenage girl. Starring Conrad Nagle and Lyle Talbot. $14.95

The Villiers Diamond (1938)
Former crook Edward Ashley ends up with a valuable gem. Also with Evelyn Ankers. $19.95

Violated (1954)
A young German model is threatened by a gang of Brazillian white slave traders (led by Raymond Burr), and Scott Brady comes to her rescue. Strange inter-national production features lots of scenery and gorgeous women. $14.95

The Violent Years (1956) a.k.a. Female
Crime pic with a script by Ed Wood that manages to squeeze in murder, vandalism, rape and robbery. Don't miss these 'untamed girls of the pack gang.' $14.95

Wanted: Jane Turner (1936)
True story of a gang of crooks who use the phoney name 'Jane Turner' to divert mail to themselves. Eventually, a real woman with that name shows up. Starring Lee Tracy and Gloria Stuart. $19.95

What Price Crime? (1935)
FBI agent Charles Starrett goes undercover (disguised as a prizefighter) to get the goods on a gang of smugglers. Also with Noel Madison and Jack Mulhall. $19.95

When Theif Meets Theif (1937)
Burglar Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. falls for one of his victims, who is the girlfriend of his former partner (and current enemy) Alan Hale. Directed by Raoul Walsh. $14.95

Whispering City (1947)
Suspenseful yarn about a newspaper reporter (Mary Anderson) out to get the goods on a crooked lawyer after murder and blackmail have been committed. Also with Paul Lukas. Directed by Russian filmmaker Fedor Ozep. $14.95

Whistle Stop (1946)
Nice girl Ava Gardener gets involved with racketeers. Fine cast also includes George Raft, Victor McLaglen and Tom Conway. $19.95

White Fire (1954)
Scott Brady searches the London waterfront for a gang of smugglers who have framed his brother for murder. 'For a fortune in diamonds...he faced a thousand moments of deadly danger!' Specify 1954 version. $14.95

White Fire (1983)
A jewel thief makes a perfect duplicate of his sister by using plastic surgery on a woman he barely knows. Starring Fred Williamson, Belinda Mayne and Robert Ginty. Specify 1983 version. Color. $19.95

Window in London (1942) a.k.a. Lady in Distress
From his passing train, Michael Redgrave sees what appears to be a murder in the window of an apartment building. His subsequent investigation really involves the viewer. Also with Sally Gray and Paul Lukas as a demented magician. $14.95

Wives Under Suspicion (1938)
D.A. Warren William develops an eerie case of deja vu when he prosecutes a case that in many ways resembles his own life. Directed by James Whale. $14.95

The Woman in Green (1945)
When women start turning up murdered (with a single finger cut off), Sherlock Holmes moves in to stop the killer. Starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce, with Hillary Brooke. $14.95

Woman on the Run (1950)
An artist (Ross Elliott) witnesses a mob killing and is marked for death and disappears. His beautiful wife (Ann Sheridan) tries to help him without leading police to his hiding spot. Gripping crime drama also stars Dennis O'Keefe, Robert Keith and Frank Jenks. $19.95

Women Without Names (1940)
Lovers Ellen Drew and Robert Paige are accused of killing a policeman. Most of the picture deals with Drew's troubles behind bars. Also with James Seay and Louise Beavers. $19.95

World Gone Mad (1932) a.k.a. The Public Be Damned
Hard-boiled reporter Pat O'Brien goes after a crime kingpin when he learns the crook was responsible for the death of the D.A. Also with Evelyn Brant, Louis Calhern, J. Carroll Naish and Neil Hamilton $19.95

The Wrong Road (1937)
A girl and her boyfriend steal $100,000 from the bank where she works. They are caught, but not before hiding the money. Upon their release from prison, they check their hiding place and find the cash is missing. With Lionel Atwill. $14.95

X Marks the Spot (1942)
B picture about a cop killed by black marketeers, and the investigation by his private eye son (Damian O'Flynn). Also with Dick Purcell and Neil Hamilton. $14.95

Yellow Cargo (1936)
A criminal gang comes up with an ingenious way of smuggling Chinese nationals into the States. Pretending to shoot a movie, they dress extras in Chinese garb, ship them offshore and replace them with the real article for the return trip. Conrad Nagel and Eleanor Hunt star as the government agents sent in to stop the gang. $19.95

Yellowstone (1936)
A gang of ex-cons meet up in Yellowstone National Park to uncover and divide the loot from their last robbery. Starring Henry Hunter, Judith Barrett, Ralph Morgan, Alan Hale, Andy Devine, Raymond Hatton and Paul Fix $19.95

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