Italian-American actor John Saxon, on playing the Puerto-Rican leading character in Cry Tough, 1959.
Ship of Fools -- Vivien Leigh and Simone Signoret headline a stellar cast in the acclaimed drama about German exileswho are not allowed to anchor at American ports.
Five Mexican street kids steal from the collection plate to bet on a race horse in Dime with a Halo (1963).
Prisoner-laborers Harry (Frank Sinatra), Jacques (Jean-Pierre Aumont) and Marcel (Gregoire Aslan) realize that Fr. Doonan (Spencer Tracy) is running a hospital for lepers, and discover Camille (Barbara Luna) in The Devil At 4 O'Clock, 1961.
American priest Doonan (Spencer Tracy) has just forced the French colonial governor (Alexander Scourby) to liberate baking prisoners Harry (Frank Sinatra), Jacques (Jean-Pierre Aumont) and Marcel (Gregoire Aslan), in The Devil At 4 O'Clock, 1961.
New recruit Zankie (Alex Cord) is turned over to inmate Ben (Chuck Connors) and pals (Bernie Hamilton, Alejandro Rey, et al) for his drug-rehab haircut, in writer-director Richard Quine's Synanon, 1965.
Reluctant nurse Evelyn (Inger Stevens) checks on lodging wounded outlaw Larkin (Henry Fonda), exchanging views and some secrets, in Firecreek, 1968.
Early on, Richard Conte as 'Reid' introduces founder Chuck Dederich (Edmond O'Brien), followed by Eartha Kitt (as 'Betty,') who testifies on her addiction, from Richard Quine's fact-based Synanon, 1965.
Part-time sheriff Cobb (James Stewart) confronts thug Earl (Gary Lockwood) and meets gang-leader Larkin (Henry Fonda), hoping to avoid trouble in Firecreek, 1968.
High-ranking ex-addict Reid (Richard Conte) running 'the game,' with Zankie (Alex Cord), Ben (Chuck Connors) and others, focusing on Joanie (Stella Stevens), sexism not a concern, in Richard Quine's Synanon, 1965.
Outlaws Norman (Jack Elam) and Earl (Gary Lockwood) are closing in on innocent Leah (Brooke Bundy) when their boss Larkin (Henry Fonda) rides up, early in Firecreek, 1968.
Widow Mary (Vivien Leigh) meets ex-ballplayer Tenny (Lee Marvin), then anti-Semite Rieber (Jose Ferrer) is joined by Dr. Schumann (Oskar Werner), then misfits Glocken (Michael Dunn) and Lowenthal (Heinz Rumann) on board a German liner off Mexico, 1933, in Ship Of Fools, 1965.
Opening scenes on the liner off Mexico, 1933, philosopher Glocken (Michael Dunn) speaking to the camera, then Schumann (Oskar Werner) with captain Thiele (Charles Korvin), in Stanley Kramer's Ship Of Fools, 1965, from Katherine Ann Porter's play.
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