Actor, director, and producer Mel Ferrer started his career in the entertainment industry as a teenager in Summer Stock theatre in the 1930s. He made his Broadway debut at the age of 21, playing the role of a chorus dancer in two unsuccessful musicals titled ‘You Never Know’ and ‘Everywhere I Roam’. He suffered a bout of polio due to which he had to take up the job of DJ, and later wrote a novel titled ‘Tito’s Hat’ which was published in 1940.
Columbia Pictures gave him contract as a director and was credited with films like ‘They Live in Fear’ (1944) and ‘Ten Cents a Dance’ (1945). He got back to acting and appeared in super hits like ‘The Fall of the Roman Empire’ (1964) and ‘Second Breath’ (1966). His movies ‘The Night Visitor’ (1971) and ‘Brannigan’ (1975) did not do too well. Ferrer received positive reviews for his performance as Fritz Gerlich in the television serial ‘Wonder Woman’ (1977 – 1978). He also appeared in popular serials like ‘Marcus Welby, M.D.’ (1974) and ‘Murder She Write’ (1985 – 1989).
Reggie meets Peter Joshua on a skiing holiday and decides to divorce her husband Charles. Upon returning to Paris, she finds her apartment stripped bare and learns that Charles has been murdered while trying to leave Paris. She later learns about his sordid past and with Peter by her tries to sort things out. But why is Peter changing his name constantly?
The Longest Day is a epic war film, which revolves around the events of the famous D-day, told from both the perspectives of the Allied Forces as well as the Germans.
Originally known as Le Diable et les Dix Commandements, this French language comedy film consists of seven short episodes, each of which shows the consequence of breaking any of the Ten Commandments, while the Devil in the form of a snake chimes in.
A wealthy classical pianist is accused of bigamy during her wedding ceremony, leading to temporary cancellation of the event. Undeterred, she along with her fiancé starts an investigation, meeting the man to whom she is supposed to be married and while they are there, a gunshot is fired in the backroom, resulting in her being held guilty of his murder.
In this US-Swedish psychological thriller film, a man, Salem is imprisoned in an asylum for the criminally insane for a couple of years after being convicted for a murder. Determined to get revenge from those who were responsible for his wrongful conviction and subsequent confinement in the mental institution, he breaks out of the asylum and plots a series of murder.
During the World War II, the fiancée of a Nazi officer helps an American soldier to escape. However, a bomb destroys her home shortly after, killing her father and turning her homeless.
Adapted from Sheridan Le Fanu 1872 novel Carmilla, the movie is about Carmilla who secretly loves her cousin Leopoldo, but he is preparing to get married to Georgia. Carmilla is also captivated by the stories of her vampire ancestors, one of whom was not destroyed. Soon, she is possessed by an evil spirit and begins a murderous spree.
El Greco is a biographical drama film which revolves around the life of El Greco, a Greek artist who had lived in the 16th century. The film portrays his journey to find love and freedom.
Two parallel narratives can be seen in the movie, also known as La ragazza dal pigiama giallo. The first tells the story of retired inspector, Thomson, investigating the murder of a girl whose severely burned body is found on a Sydney beach. The second tells the story of Dutch girl Glenda who is cheating on her Italian partner.
A pianist who loses his hands in a plane crash undergoes a transplant surgery arranged by his fiancée. He receives the hands of an executed criminal. However, the hands have the same murderous tendencies of the previous owner.
The Fifth Floor is a thriller film which tells the story of Kelly McIntyre, a disco dancer, who is sane, but is mistakenly put in the mental asylum, after she overdoses on drugs. She finds herself alone with no help, and even her boyfriend refuses to help her out of the place.
During 11th century, Viking Prince Thorvald embarks on a sea-voyage to search for his missing father, King Eurich, who had gone on an expedition. With friend Ragnar and mystic Death Dreamer, Thorvald sails to the New World where he finds that local tribesmen have held the King captive. Winnetta, a native beauty, helps the prince as he fights to free his father.