Mike Merrick is an American agent who is sent to meet with Professor Schlieben a German scientist. During the mission it is revealed that the professor is a Neo-Nazi, developing a weaponized rocket that can be used against the Western world. Merrick now must destroy the rocket plans hidden in Schlieben’s lab. Things are further complicated when Radical Muslims insist on destroying the rocket themselves and Merrick. After kidnapping Schlieben’s daughter he must now escape Middle Eastern intelligence agencies against impossible odds.
Bannerline was Don Weis’ first solo directorial credit for MGM. Keefe Brasselle stars as cub reporter Mike Perrivale, who devises a heart-tugging promotional stunt. Upon learning that crusty old history teacher Hugo Trimble is dying, Mike writes up a glowing tribute, ascribing all sorts of fabricated accomplishments to the venerable Trimble. The stunt backfires when crime boss Frankie Scarbino, angered that some of the civic reforms credited to Trimble may put the kibosh on his own operation, threatens to make trouble for Mike.
A psychologist pioneers a research study at a prison. He seeks the help of six savvy inmates including a safe-cracker, a mobster, a pair of armed robber and psychopath. Could he trust them? What’s in it for them?
The crusade of a housewife against local council guilty of corruption in connection with a local housing estate.
This is a story about Air Force researchers trying to develop a safe ejection system for the new B-47 bomber. The navigator position required a rather unique ejection out the bottom of the aircraft. Added to this were the new human physiology problems of a man leaving a pressurized aircraft at extremely high altitude.
Two young Italians, Ernesto, a hothead on the run from the law for committing a murder and Giancarlo, his older protective brother, hide among the grape pickers of a vineyard somewhere in Provence. Giancarlo, quiet and mature, falls in love with fragile, sensitive Lucienne while Ernesto develops a burning passion for Léone, the neglected wife of Louis Morel, the vine grower who employs them. Troubles are bound to follow…
Cliff Ballenger, the wild-animal trainer for the circus had no fear of “Satan,” the fiercest man-eating tiger in captivity, but the creature hated its master and longed to tear the big man to pieces with its rendering claws and fangs.
On the run from the New York police on a murder charge, gangster Broken Nose Dawson undergoes plastic surgery to change his appearance, then goes to Hollywood. Posing as millionaire playboy Spencer Dutro III, he manages to snag a part as a gangster in a movie from Zenith Studios. The studio’s ambitious publicity director decides to make a star out of “Spencer”, seeing that as a way to become a producer and not knowing who “Spencer” really is. Complications ensue.