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Tommy Cook

Tommy Cook

Birthdate: July 5, 1930


Rollercoaster (1977)

A roller coaster is a type of amusement ride. It can also refer to:

The Gatling Gun (1973)

Doctor Gatling invented a war machine to beat all arrows, and guns.

Missile to the Moon (1958)

Two escaped convicts are caught hiding in a rocket by a scientist who forces them to pilot the ship to the Moon. Another scientist and his fiancée find themselves on board at the moment of launch, but the original scientist is killed during a meteor storm. Once on the Moon, they encounter an unde...

Night Passage (1957)

On the way to meet his former boss, railroad tycoon Ben Kimball (Jay C. Flippen), Grant McLaine (Stewart) rescues a young boy, Joey Adams (Brandon deWilde), from Concho (Robert J. Wilke). Ben informs Grant that his payroll has been robbed several times already by a gang led by Whitey Harbin (Dan ...

The Battle at Apache Pass (1952)

The Battle at Apache Pass is a 1952 Universal-International western film starring Jeff Chandler as Cochise, the Apache chief of Broken Arrow. The film was rated as the No. 1 moneymaker in Variety magazine's list of box-office pictures, when it came out in April 1952. The film is a fictionalized a...

American Guerrilla in the Philippines (1950)

In April 1942 in the Philippines, an American motor torpedo boat is destroyed by Japanese planes. The survivors, among them Ensign Chuck Palmer (Tyrone Power), make their way ashore on Cebu. Their commander orders them to split up. Chuck pairs up with Jim Mitchell (Tom Ewell) and reaches Colonel ...

Panic in the Streets (1950)

After brawling over a card game in the wharf area of New Orleans, a man named Kochak (Lewis Charles), suffering visibly from a flu-like illness, is killed by gangster Blackie (Jack Palance) and his two flunkies, Kochak's cousin Poldi (Guy Thomajan) and a man named Fitch (Zero Mostel). They leave ...

Cry of the City (1948)

Martin Rome (Richard Conte), a hardened criminal, is recuperating in a hospital from a shootout that leaves a police officer dead. At the hospital, he is briefly visited by his fiancée, Teena Ricante (Debra Paget). A shady lawyer representing another crook, Niles, (Berry Kroeger) claims that he p...

Tarzan and the Leopard Woman (1946)

Travelers near Zambezi are being killed, apparently by leopards. The commissioner (Dennis Hoey) asks Tarzan to look into the matter. Tarzan immediately doubts that leopards are the problem. At the same time, Tarzan, Jane, and Boy take in Kimba, a boy who claims to have become lost in the jungle. ...

Humoresque (1946)

In New York City a performance by noted violinist Paul Boray (John Garfield) is cancelled. At his apartment, Boray is at rock bottom emotionally. His manager Frederic Bauer (Richard Gaines) is angry with him for misunderstanding what a performing career would be like, and for thinking that music ...