A photographer obsessed with a wealthy man's beautiful wife kills her jealous husband in self-defense. The deceased man's down-and-out musician son soon is drawn in by his sexy stepmother who, unbeknownst to him, is scheming to collect the entire estate.
A chief police inspector investigates the disappearance of a 25-year-old woman, the daughter of a lonely widower. After she turns up dead, the cops race to find the killers before the grieving father does
Blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo (working under the pseudonym “Sally Stubblefield”) tells a rough-edged tale of life inside a 1950s women’s reformatory. Set in the Martha Washington School for Girls—an institute for wayward teenagers and unwed mothers—THE GREEN-EYED BLONDE tackles a range of topical social issues as the inmates band together to help out one of their own when she refuses to give up her child.
After World War II the crew of a motor gunboat join together to buy their old vessel and go into business for themselves. This may sound like a laudable scheme, but the business they choose to go into is smuggling.
Chandigarh-based wealthy businessman and widower, Vichitra Singh, is disappointed with his son, Avtar, for not producing a son as a heir to his estate. His disappointment not only increases but also turns to rage when his second son, Jehli, falls in love with, Beebo, their chauffeur's daughter, and he asks him to leave after a bitter-near-physical confrontation. Now his third son, Deep, has returned from Britain, and he hopes to get him married to wealthy Ranjit Singh Garewal's daughter. When Deep confides that he has decided to wed even more wealthy Pinky, the sister of K.B. Singh, Vichitra's joy knows no bounds, and he starts to make preparations for their wedding. Vichitra joy will turn to rage when he finds out that K.B. Singh is nothing but a junkyard (Kabadiya) owner, while Ranjit schemes with his goons to break up this troubled family