Although he appeared in several notable films, he made his mark as one of TV's most distinctive bad guys of the 1960s and 1970s. Albert Paulson was born in Guayaquil, Ecuador, of Norwegian descent; he would later change his surname to reflect its original spelling. He was educated at German boarding schools before moving to Los Angeles in 1942.
A teenage boy runs away from home. He joins the circus but finds out that it's not all what it's cracked up to be. But then the boy becomes a witness to a murder, and he must try to stay out of the killer's way.
Runtime: 98 min.
Directed by: William Conrad
As: Mr. Sokolow
Daryll Deever is a janitor in an office building in New York, and a big fan of TV news reporter, Tony Sokolow. When a rich man is murdered in Daryll's building, Tony comes to cover the story and Daryll introduces himself to her. Thinking he may know something about the crime, Tony pursues him, and in order to keep seeing her, he pretends that he does. As the two of them play ...
Runtime: 103 min.
Directed by: Peter Yates
Khalil is an Arab diplomat who wants to not only make peace with Israel, but admit the Jewish state as a member of OPEC. This instantly makes him a target for a series of ingeniously conceived assassination attempts, most of which he foils with the aid of his friend Hamid and his girlfriend Nicole. But can he trust even them?
Runtime: 108 min.
Directed by: Richard C. Sarafian
Two young people search for a valuable medallion, which they believe will prove that aliens from outer space visited Earth in prehistoric times.
Runtime: 100 min.
Directed by: Jud Taylor
As: Henry Camerero
It's tough beat for San Francisco police lieutenant Jake Martin (Walter Matthau) when he has to investigate a city bus massacre in which a madman opened machine gunfire on eight people.
Runtime: 112 min.
Directed by: Stuart Rosenberg
Mrs. Pollifax-Spy (1971) is a comedy film directed by Leslie H. Martinson, starring Rosalind Russell and Darren McGavin, and released by United Artists. This was Russell's last theatrical film role, with one TV movie in 1972. Russell adapted the novel The Unexpected Mrs. Pollifax, written by Dorothy Gilman under the pseudonym C. A. McKnight.
Runtime: 110 min.
Directed by: Leslie H. Martinson
As: Capt. Vasquez
Biography of Argentinian revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara, who helped Fidel Castro in his struggle against the corrupt Batista regime, eventually resulting in the overthrow of that government and Castro's taking over of Cuba. The film covers Guevara's life from when he first landed in Cuba in 1956 to his death in an ambush by government troops in the mountains of Bolivia in 1967.
Runtime: 96 min.
Directed by: Richard Fleischer
Near the end of the Korean War, a platoon of U.S. soldiers is captured by communists and brainwashed. Following the war, the platoon is returned home, and Sergeant Raymond Shaw is lauded as a hero by the rest of his platoon. However, the platoon commander, Captain Bennett Marco, finds himself plagued by strange nightmares and, together with fellow soldier Allen Melvin, races to uncover a terrible plot.
Runtime: 126 min.
Directed by: John Frankenheimer