Vinyan movie trailer - starring Rufus Sewell, Emmanuelle Beart, Julie Dreyfus, Petch Osathanugrah, Amporn Pankratok, Josse de Pauw. Directed by Fabrice Du Welz. Theatrical Release Date: 10/1/2008
After a successful career in the army, Captain Robert Stephenson (Pat O'Brien) decides to take over at the notorious San Quentin prison and see if he can make men of the prisoners with army discipline. The night before he is due to take over at San Quentin he meets and falls for May (Ann Sheridan), a beautiful nightclub singer. Unknown to Stephenson, May's brother is the wayward Joe 'Red' Kennedy (Humphrey Bogart) who is on the run from the police. Red is eventually cornered at the nightclub and tries to shoot his way out of trouble before being arrested in front of his sister and Stephenson. After being sentenced, Red is sent to San Quentin and when Stephenson realises that Red is his lover's brother, he decides to try and reform him. But the harshness of prison and the inveterate convict 'Sailor Boy' (Joe Sawyer) have other plans for Red...
Out of the "Pen" ...into the jaws of death! ...
John Steinbeck's classic account of a Depression-era family's migration from the Oklahoma dust bowl to California. Academy Award Best Picture nominee!
The Grapes of Wrath -- A poor Midwest family is forced off of their land. They travel to California, suffering the misfortunes of the homeless in the Great Depression.
Bullets or Ballots -- Trailer for this black and white gumshoe classic
Speak Easily -- Naive, bookish Professor Post (of Potts College) inherits a huge amount of money and decides that now he can afford to go out and enjoy life...
I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang -- Trailer for this classic action drama
Angels with Dirty Faces -- Trailer for this black and white crime drama
I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang -- Paul Muni is a World War I vet who is wrongly convicted of armed robbery and is sentenced to hard labor where he endures gross humiliation and torture at the hands of a sadistic warden.
Dancing cures all woes.
Excerpt from the short film After Tomorrow.
Returning to the village of his estranged wife, James grows increasingly concerned when the sinister owner of the guest house refuses to let him leave. A psychological suspense with a surprising yet moving denouement.
Rocky Sullivan (James Cagney) and Jerry Connolly (Pat O'Brien) are childhood friends who robbed a railroad car as kids. Rocky saved Jerry's life during the chase by pulling him out of the way of a steam train while running from the guards that saw them. Rocky was then caught by the police, but Jerry - who could run faster - escaped. Rocky, after being sent to reform school, grows up to become a notorious gangster, while Jerry has become a priest.
Rocky returns to his old neighborhood, where Jerry is running a home that intends to keep young boys away from a life of crime. Six of those boys, Soapy (Billy Halop), Swing (Bobby Jordan), Bim (Leo Gorcey), Patsy (Gabriel Dell), Crabface (Huntz Hall), and Hunky (Bernard Punsly), idolize Rocky, and Jerry attempts to keep his former friend from corrupting them. (These boys were to star in Dead End Kids/East Side Kids/The Bowery Boys films).
Meanwhile Rocky gets involved with Frazier (Humphrey Bogart), a crooked lawyer, and Keefer (George Bancroft), a shady businessman and municipal contractor. They try to dispose of Rocky, but he finds the record book that they keep where they list the bribes to city officials. Jerry learns of these events and warns Rocky to leave before he informs the authorities. Rocky ignores his advice and Jerry gets the public's attention and informs them all of the crooked government, causing Frazier and Keefer to plot to kill him. Rocky overhears this plot and kills them to protect his childhood friend.
Rocky is then captured following an elaborate shootout in a building, and sentenced to die. Jerry visits him just before his execution and asks him to do him one last favor - to die pretending to be a screaming, snivelling coward, which would end the boys' idolization of him. Rocky refuses, and insists he will be 'tough' to the end, and not give up the one thing he has left, his pride. At the very last moment he appears to change his mind and has to be dragged to the elect
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