Julie London was an American actress and singer. Julie was discovered by Sue Carol. She made her film debut in ‘Nabonga’ in 1944. She had her first lead role in 'The Fat Man' (1951). In a career spanning 70 years, London appeared in numerous films and TV shows. Some of her popular films include ‘The Fighting Chance’ (1955), ‘The Great Man’ (1956), ‘A Question of Adultery’ (1958), ‘Man of the West’ (1958), ‘The 3rd Voice’ (1960), and ‘The Helicopter Spies’ (1968). She made her TV debut in an episode of the ‘Armstrong Circle Theatre’ (1954). Some of her popular TV shows include ‘The Big Record’ (1957), ‘What's My Line?’ (1957-1961), ‘The Eleventh Hour’ (1963), ‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E.’ (1967), and ‘Adam-12’ (1972). Her final role was of ‘Dixie McCall, R.N.’ in the TV show ‘Emergency!’ (1972-1978).
Link Jones, a former outlaw, gets stranded with two other passengers, after their train is attacked by bandits. To save the lives of his co-passengers, he agrees to rejoin his old gang for their last attack on a bank.
After Herb Fuller passes away, Joe Harris decides to prepare a eulogy for him. However, he is soon amazed to find that no one seems to have anything good to say about the deceased man.
Voice in the Mirror is a romantic drama thriller film, which tells the story of a man, who falls into severe despair, after his daughter passes away. His doctor warns him that he is on the brink of mental illness. Unable to quit his compulsive drinking, he eventually turns to faith, and tries to create a support group.
The Dabneys, who are plantation owners in rural Mississippi, decide to remain neutral during the Civil War, but they find themselves caught in the crossfire. Hoab Dabney finds support from a local newspaperman named Keith Alexander, who eventually falls in love with Morna, Hoab’s daughter. However, Morna’s fiancé Clay, who is part of the Confederate Army, is planning to punish the citizens who has decided to stay neutral.
Diamond Horseshoe is a musical film which revolves around a medical student named Joe, who tells his father that he wants to be in the show business. His father, who works in the show business himself, doesn’t like this idea, but he still gives his son a job at his club. However, Joe soon finds himself falling for one of the showgirls named Bonnie.
Naval Aviator, Jonathan L. ‘Scotty’ Scott, has served 28 years in the American navy and has advocated the power of aircraft carriers. When Pearl Harbor is attacked by the Japanese, Lieutenant Commander Scott, first with USS Enterprise, and later with the USS Franklin proves the worth of aircraft carriers in a war.
After a dentist is murdered, a detective starts investigating the case. He soon ties the murder to a robbery and a circus clown.
A young man returns to his family with his new bride. However, his family is not happy with the woman he has chosen, as she is of mixed race. His socialite mother is determined to get their marriage annulled.
Janie is a teenage girl living in a small town named Hortonville. Since the World War II is going on, an army camp is set up near the town. Despite already having a boyfriend, she starts dating one of the soldiers.
The George Raft Story is a biographical drama film which revolves around the life of George Raft, former Hollywood film star. Before making it big in Hollywood, he got involved with the criminal underworld, and also had conflicts with a gangster boss named Frank Donatella. However, his life took a turning point after he won a role in the popular film ‘Scarface’.
A sheriff’s son is falsely accused of a crime. A friend attempts to find the real culprit to get his name cleared.
King Croesus of Lydia incurs the wrath of the sorceress Queen Attossa, because although he had promised to marry the latter, he chooses another woman instead.