Liz lives with her mother and stepfather in a boarding house on the "wrong side of the tracks"
Tom Mitchell is an insurance investigator and Fire Capt. Joe Dugan is chief of the police department's arson troubleshooters. Tom and Joe team up to solve a particularly vicious series of deliberate fires. A man has been killed in one conflagration, so the villains have a murder rap hanging over them.
A summit meeting of rival gangs, one predominantly Italian and the other a mix of Polish, Irish, and Italian mobsters, fails to resolve their differences, and gang war breaks out.
A family heirloom is stolen and the family attempts to recover it.
A seedy striptease club in London's West End becomes the target for unpleasant crooks.
Squadron of Honor takes place during an American Legion convention, with newsreel shots of the genuine article interspersed among the reenacted scene. A murder is committed, and young legionnaire Blane (Don Terry) wants to find out who's responsible. The cops are convinced that pacifistic munitions executive Metcalf (Thurston Hall) committed the crime, but in fact Metcalf has been framed by pro-war armaments manufacturer Kimball (Robert Warwick).
A wealthy young layabout tries to double cross the master-crook who has engaged him to do a job.
Krishna Patil is a poor, unemployed, unsuccessful and short tempered youth who stays in a chawl with his father Ramakant and elder sister Mansi. He tries to secure a job in the police department but fails. One day he happens to meet Kavita Choudhary, a young, rich, beautiful, intelligent lawyer. He falls for her instantly and begins wooing her. Kavita, having recently lost her father, stays alone and feels lonely and depressed. There is a certain void in her life. She is looking for someone to share her loneliness and an unemployed Krishna suits her requirements perfectly. Hence she accepts him as her boyfriend despite his mediocre looks, poor family background, jobless status and lack of personal hygiene.
Ammajan (English: Dear Mother) is a Bangladeshi Bengali-language film directed by Kazi Hayat and written by Monwar Hossain Dipjol. The film was released in 1999 in Bangladesh. It was produced by Monwar Hossain Dipjol. It is a drama film and superstars Manna, Shabnam Moushumi, Amin Khan, Monwar Hossain Dipjol, Miju Ahmed and more. It is all-time blockbuster Bangladeshi movie and it is one of the highest-grossing films at Bangladesh box-office.
While casing a bank he intends to rob, gangster Leo discovers one of the clerks, Antonio, is his exact double. He kidnaps Antonio and robs the bank, posing as Antonio. But Leo hadn't accounted for the involvement of Antonio's wife, Dorothy.
NY private eye Jeff Milton is investigating a case of kidnapping in Caracas.
A rookie cop falls for a "taxi dancer" in a dance hall, but his father has strong objections to the relationship.
Small town girl moves to the big city. When she can't find a job, she starts hanging with a bad crowd.
Japanese crime film.
Japanese crime film.