John Drew Barrymore was the son of legendary actor John Barrymore. Even though his mother wanted him to join the Army, John rebelled and signed a film contract at the age of 17. He made his debut in the 1950 film ‘The Sundown.’ He got his first leading role in the second film of his career, ‘High Lonesome’ (1950). He also starred in films such as ‘The Big Night’ (1951), ‘Thunderbirds’ (1952), ‘Never Love a Stranger’ (1958), ‘Night of the Quarter Mood’ (1959), ‘The Pharaohs' Woman (1961) and ‘Arms of the Avenger’ (1963). He guest-starred in several TV shows, including ‘Schlitz Playhouse’ (1951-59), ‘The 20th Century-Fox Hour’ (1955-57), ‘Matinee Theatre’ (1955-57), and ‘Run for Your Life’ (1965-68). His last few roles came in films such as ‘The Clones’ (1973) and ‘Baby Blue Marine’ (1976).
Police officer, Mike Wilson, poses as a student named Tony Baker to infiltrate a high school plagued by a narcotics ring. As Tony grows closer to marijuana-using student Joan Staples, he learns more about the real dealer, ‘Mr. A’. With great risk to his own life, he and undercover cop, Quinn, bring down the criminals.
The Shadow on the Window is a crime drama film which revolves around a woman who is kidnapped from a farmhouse by three thugs. However, soon, the woman’s estranged husband, who is a police detective, starts to investigate the case and tries to find her.
Baby Blue Marine is a drama film which takes us to the time of the Second World War. A would-be Marine is sent back after he fails basic training. He soon finds himself in a small town in Colorado, and deceives them into thinking that he is a war hero.
Never Love a Stranger is a romantic drama crime film which tells the story of an orphan who was raised in the Catholic faith, in an orphanage. He soon gets romantically involved with the maid of his Jewish friend. He comes to know that he is Jewish as well. However, when he learns that due to this, he will be removed from the orphanage, he decides to run away and turns to a life of crime.
This Italian drama film revolves around the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, told from the point of view of Pontius Pilate, Roman governor.