Billy (Humphrey Bogart), Maria (Gina Lollobrigida) & Julius (Peter Lorre) are among a number of travelers stranded in Italy en route to Africa. Their goal, along with other shifty cohorts, is to lay claim to property that is supposedly rich with uranium.
The Man Who Knew Too Much is a 1934 suspense film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and released by Gaumont British. It was one of the most successful and critically acclaimed films of Hitchcock's British period.
Vincent Price stars as Waldo Trumbull, a lazy New England funeral parlor owner, who blackmails Peter Lorre into helping him increase business by killing people. Price meets resistance from his landlord, wife and senile old father-in-law.
Vincent Price stars as Waldo Trumbull, a lazy New England funeral parlor owner, who blackmails Peter Lorre into helping him increase business by killing people. Price meets resistance from his landlord (Basil Rathbone), wife and senile old father-in-law (Boris Karloff).
Moto has his hands full in this thrilling adventure set in Egypt. The Japanese crime solver deals with everything from a stolen identity, to the possible start of a war! With a cast that includes Peter Lorre as the feisty and brilliant Moto, plus Ricardo Cortez, John Carradine, and George Sanders.
(1957) Peter Lorre, John Carradine, Jon Hall, Peter Coe, Mike Mazurki. A wayward sea captain helps rid a jungle island of thieves who've been forcing natives to make dangerous, often fatal dives in the search for valuable pearls. Lorre is good as a slovenly, corrupt official. From 16mm.
Dan is a nice guy who needs $20 for a hot date with a waitress. He sneaks the sum from his boss, intending to pay it back later by collecting from a buddy who owes him. The friend never makes good on the money, so Dan pulls a small con for the cash. However, this petty crime lands Dan in hot water, and he finds himself committing a more serious transgression to buy his way out of trouble.