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The Man from the Diners’ Club (1963) Frank Tashlin, Danny Kaye, Cara Williams, Martha Hyer, Comedy

The Man from the Diners' Club (1963)
Mobster Foots Pulardos, who operates a health gym as a front, plans to flee to Mexico to evade government tax officials. His girl friend, Sugar Pye, suggests that he first arrange for the cremation of a man having his own peculiar identifying characteristic–feet of different sizes–and then apply for a Diners’ Club card for use in paying his fare. The request for the credit card comes to the desk of Ernie Klenk, a timid clerk. Nervous about his forthcoming marriage to the boss’s secretary, Lucy, Ernie inadvertently okays the application, then, discovering his mistake, rushes to the health gym to recover the club card he has issued.
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Showdown at Abilene (1956) Charles F. Haas, Jock Mahoney, Martha Hyer, Lyle Bettger, Western

Showdown at Abilene (1956)
Jim Trask, former sheriff of Abilene, returns to the town after fighting for the Confederacy to find everyone thought he was dead. His old friend Dave Mosely is now engaged to Trask’s former sweetheart and is one of the cattlemen increasingly feuding with the original farmers. Trask is persuaded to take up as sheriff again but there is something about the death of Mosely’s brother in the Civil War that is haunting him.
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Les Mystères d’Angkor / Mistress of the World (1960) William Dieterle, Richard Angst, Martha Hyer, Micheline Presle, Carlos Thompson, Adventure, Crime, Sci-Fi

Les Mysteres d'Angkor AKA Mistress of the World (1960)
Professor Johansson has made a huge scientific breakthrough; a device that will create a huge magnetic pulse that knocks out all electricity over a continent-wide area. The military applications are already being thought of when Dr. Johansson is kidnapped by a group of profit-seeking mercenaries. Meanwhile, his daughter, Karin, finds herself having to consort with all manner of shady characters as she searches for her father.
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