The Stranger (1946)

Mr. Wilson (Edward G. Robinson) works for the United Nations War Crimes Commission, and he’s on the trail of a fugitive. Franz Kindler (Orson Welles), a Nazi war criminal, has managed to erase every clue to his whereabouts and identity, aside from the fact that he’s well-known to be obsessed with clocks. Wilson hopes that … More The Stranger (1946)

Five Star Final (1931)

Bernard Hinchecliffe (Oscar Apfel) owns a tabloid paper, the New York Evening Gazette, and the paper’s circulation numbers are down. Hinchecliffe wants big numbers, so he insists that managing editor Joseph Randall (Edward G. Robinson) make some changes to the paper’s content. Randall decides to create a scandal for his paper by revisiting a twenty-year-old … More Five Star Final (1931)

Big Leaguer (1953)

The New York Giants are hosting their annual training camp, and young men from all over the country have come for the chance to win a spot on the team. Hans Lobert (Edward G. Robinson), a retired third baseman, runs the camp and greets the hopefuls when they arrive. Hans’ neice, Christy (Vera-Ellen), will also … More Big Leaguer (1953)

Illegal (1955)

Victor Scott (Edward G. Robinson) is a Los Angeles DA with a long track record of successful convictions. His latest case was against Edward Clary (DeForest Kelley), a man arrested for murder. Clary attempted to proclaim his innocence, but Victor remained convinced of his guilt, thanks to evidence dug up by investigator Ray Borden (Hugh … More Illegal (1955)

Silver Dollar (1932)

Yates Martin (Edward G. Robinson) is a Kansas farmer with dreams of making it big. He moves from town to town, and according to his wife Sarah (Aline MacMahon), is elected mayor in each town… but doesn’t stay long enough to make anything of himself. When Yates gets the idea to join the silver mining … More Silver Dollar (1932)

Larceny, Inc. (1942)

J. Chalmers Maxwell (Edward G. Robinson) — known as “Pressure” by his buddies in the underworld — has big plans for his new life after being released from prison. Another prisoner, Leo Dexter (Anthony Quinn), has proposed that they work together on a bank heist. Instead, Pressure wants to go straight and build an upstanding … More Larceny, Inc. (1942)

Dark Hazard (1934)

Jim Turner (Edward G. Robinson) is a gamblin’ man who hits the jackpot by winning big at the local race track — a cash-in of $20,000. But unfortunately, his luck is about to run out. That very same night, he loses all of the dough at a roulette table. With practically nothing left to his name, Jim … More Dark Hazard (1934)