From Warner Archives
HOME BEFORE DARK (1958) 16x9 Widescreen - Jean Simmons stars as a newly released mental patient who goes home to confront the demons that drove her to the insane asylum. Efram Zimbalist,Jr. co-stars as a kind stranger who may just be the lifeline Simmons' character needs in this engrossing psychodrama directed by Mervyn LeRoy.
LIBEL (1959) 16x9 Widescreen - Anthony Asquith directs this smooth courtroom mystery in which Dirk Bogarde plays a man accused of an extreme case of identity theft. Prodded by his wife (played by Olivia de Havilland) to clear his name in court, he discovers he may not be who he thinks he is. Robert Morley also stars.
THE NIGHT DIGGER (1971) 16x9 Widescreen - Patricia Neal stars in this modern twist on the Gothic romance complete with crumbling mansions, desperate spinsters, and a mysterious young stranger. This macabre thriller's twists deliver a potent jolt. Scripted by Roald Dahl, and with a score by Bernard Herrmann,
BODYGUARD (1948) Lawrence Tierney stars as disgraced police detective Mike Carter, who takes a job guarding the owner of a meat-packing plant. Investigating the threats on her life, Mike soon finds himself framed for murder. A taut noir directed by Richard Fleischer, based on a story by Robert Altman.
CHICAGO CALLING (1952) Dan Duryea stars as a desperate husband and father in post-war Los Angeles who receives news that his wife and child have been in a car accident in Chicago. Suddenly, the phone company arrives to re-possess his destitute character's phone. A heart-rending blue-collar noir-ish tale of a small man's struggle against cruel fate.
THE HOUR OF 13 (1952) Peter Lawford stars as a charming jewel thief who crosses swords with a vicious serial killer in Victorian London. When the killer, "The Terror," strikes at the same locale where the jewel thief has stolen a rare emerald, the thief must bring The Terror to justice in order to clear his "good" name. Dawn Addams co-stars.
TWENTY PLUS TWO (1961) 16x9 Widescreen - David Janssen stars as private detective Tom Adler in this nearly noir thriller. After a Hollywood secretary is found murdered, Tom Adler is called in to investigate. He then uncovers a warped web that involves a missing heiress, a movie star, and someone from his own past. Janssen finds strong support from a superlative cast.
OPERATION C.I.A (1965) 16x9 Widescreen - In his first leading role, Burt Reynolds stars as a C.I.A field agent dispatched to Saigon in order to uncover a conspiracy directed against the life of the U.S. Ambassador to South Vietnam.
“Those Koreans. They’re so suspicious, you know, ever since Hiroshima.” Constance Langdon (Jessica Lange) from American Horror Story: Season One