Monday, November 10th
Unholy Wife (1957)
Director: John Farrow

Crime-thriller of a young woman who marries a wealthy vintner, and soon afterward falls in love with a handsome rodeo rider whom she sees whenever her husband is away. The conniving wife sees a window of opportunity and plots the death of her husband, however she accidentally murders her husband's friend. Although she's able to convince her husband into taking the rap with the promise that he'll be acquitted, during the trial she lies and he is put away. In the end this femme-fatale gets her come-uppance.

Monday 10:00 P.M.


Monday, November 17th
Postmark for Danger (1956)
Director: Guy Green

Terry Moore stars as an American actress who becomes the unwitting dupe in a diamond-smuggling scheme. Ingredients essential to the action are a beautiful strangulation victim (Josephine Green), an unusual charm bracelet, a curiously labelled bottle of chianti, and a hastily sketched drawing on the back of a postcard. 'Postmark for Danger' was filmed in England where it was released as 'Portrait of Alison', and is one of few British crime-dramas that has the atmosphere of American noir

Monday 10:00 P.M.

Monday, November 24th
Chicago Syndicate (1955)
Director: Fred Sears

Dennis O'Keefe plays the role of Barry Amersterdam, an accountant hired by the authorities to infiltrate the syndicate in order the get the goods on top man Arnie Valent (Paul Stewart). Insinuating himself into Valent's confidence, Amsterdam quietly begins gathering evidence and soon rises to become the mobs top accountant. Along the way he is distracted by Joyce Kern (Allison Hayes), a women out to avenge the mob murder of her father. Solid performances by the cast which includes Xavier Cugat.

Monday 10:00 P.M.