Martin Berkeley


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Tarantula (1955) - Some Of These Big Brains Sheriff Andrews (Nestor Paiva) has persuaded M.D. Matt Hastings (John Agar) he needs to see a body found in the Arizona desert, soon identified by Prof. Deemer (Leo G. Carroll), early in Tarantula, 1955.
Gypsy Colt (1954) - These Come Home Horses Meg (Donna Corcoran) is distraught because her horse, who used to pick her up from school, has been sold, but today he turns up, bringing her home to her parents (Ward Bond, Frances Dee), and a confrontation with the trainer (Lee Van Cleef) who works for the new owner, in MGM’s Gypsy Colt, 1954.
Gypsy Colt (1954) - Gypsy's Been Sold Meg (Donna Corcoran) is alarmed when the title-horse Gypsy doesn’t show up to meet her after school, returning home to find out what her struggling rancher parents (Ward Bond, Frances Dee) couldn’t bring themselves to tell her, in MGM’s Gypsy Colt, 1954.
Gypsy Colt (1954) - Like Selling A Member Of The Family Opening MGM’s very family drama, local denizens are impressed that the horse from the title is so devoted to top-billed Donna Corcoran as Meg, her parents back home (Ward Bond, Frances Dee) considering how to break some bad news, in Gypsy Colt, 1954, from a story by Lassie author Eric Knight.
Stolen Face (1952) - The Hands Of An Artist Exhausted London plastic surgeon Ritter (Paul Henreid) has befriended ailing American neighbor Alice (Lizabeth Scott) at the country inn where he's recuperating, their host Alf (Cyril Smith) facilitating their progress, in the British-Noir Stolen Face, 1952.
Stolen Face (1952) - We Can Blame The War We learn that principled London plastic surgeon Ritter (Paul Henreid) and partner (John Wood) do charity work at the prison hospital, and the psychiatrist (Arnold Ripley) wants them to meet a troubled inmate (Mary MacKenzie), early in the British-made Hammer Films knock-off Noir Stolen Face, 1952.
Tarantula (1955) - Sixth Injection Professor Deemer (Leo G. Carroll) alone in his lab, his weird science revealed for the first time, is visited by colleague and apparent test-subject Lund (Ed Parker), in Tarantula, 1955.
So Dark The Night - This Curious Business Mama (Ann Codee) and Pierre (Eugene Borden) in their French way prepare for detective Cassin (Steven Geray) arriving for holiday at their inn, daughter Nanette (Micheline Cheirel) equally excited, in Joseph H. Lewis' So Dark The Night, 1946.
So Dark The Night - Like A True Frenchman Efficient credits then French commissaire Grande (Gregory Gay) and company talking about missing detective Cassin (Steven Geray), who soon appears, in Joseph H. Lewis' So Dark The Night, 1946.

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