Sly and dry intelligence agent, Harry Palmer is tasked with investigating British Intelligence security, and is soon enmeshed in a world of double-dealing, kidnap and murder when he finds a traitor operating at the heart of the secret service.
After reading the diary of an elderly Jewish man who committed suicide, freelance journalist Peter Miller begins to investigate the alleged sighting of a former SS-Captain who commanded a concentration camp during World War II. Miller eventually finds himself involved with the powerful organisation of former SS members—called ODESSA—as well as with the Israeli secret service. Miller probes deeper and eventually discovers a link between the SS-Captain, ODESSA and his own family.
A geo-political thriller where Gerry Anderson finds that sometimes, everybody really is out to get you. Gerry's daughter, Mattie, accidentally prints out a DNA code that in the wrong hands can end the human race. The chase is on - the Russians, whose DNA code it is that Mattie has in her backpack, and a group of terrorists compete to get the code from the person they all assume has it, Gerry. With all this going on, Gerry's estranged wife Margaret is worried for her daughter's safety and finds herself other target in the race to find the code.
Cleve Marshall is an assistant district attorney who falls for the shadowy Thelma Jordon. With her sordid past -- and her relationship with thief Tony Laredo kept secret from the married attorney, Jordon seduces the easily swayed Marshall, and uses him to cover up her misdeeds. When Jordon becomes the prime suspect for the murder of her wealthy aunt, she turns to Marshall, who goes to great lengths to clear her name.
Ken Loach production for The Wednesday Play; a fictionalised account of the Pilkingtons Glass strike in St Helens, 1970.
A Communist spy ring in Japan is hard at work trying to sabotage the American war effort during the Korean War, using kidnapping, murder and a disturbed former kamikaze pilot. A U.S. secret agent, posing as a reporter, is dispatched to Tokyo to put a stop to these nefarious activities.
Kenneth Seeley, member of the U. S. State Department's Foreign Service Bureau, and Marge Weldon, a morale worker with the bureau, are assigned to an area in Mongolia dominated by an outlaw warlord. The latter captures the village where they reside and when escape is clearly impossible, Seeley blows up the outlaw's headquarters, losing his own life in doing so.
Sister Amala (Sangita), a nun is found dead in the well of the convent where she was staying. The police discover that she was murdered. Idamattom Palackal Easow Panickar and his team find out the truth behind Sr. Amala's murder.
An ex-FBI agent gradually uncovers the nature of a conspiracy behind the death of a black presidential candidate
U.S. Secret Service agent Peter Novak goes undercover with Scotland Yard officer Thompson to halt a murderous gang of counterfeiters known as the Golden Goose. Although Peter is unsure about John's loyalties, the two infiltrate the gang and win the trust of thug Nick "The Owl" Harrison before enduring a series of double-crosses.
Testifying before a Senate committee, William Kilcoyne tells the story of his career. He began as a factory worker and his shrewdness and ambition carried him up through the ranks to his present position as head of a large union.
It follows the psychological battle of Jamie's journey through the criminal justice system. He is accused of a murder he claims he didn't commit. Rosie (his girlfriend) has a test of her trust in him, how long can she last before she turns against him? The media already blame him for the murder, his mum considers him a disowned child and best friend Dan believes he's guilty. Do you think he's guilty?
Based on a novel by Émile Gaboriau.
Lt. Theo Kojak uncovers a Nazi conspiracy.
An FBI agent is assigned to a special case and discovers his true enemies are all around him.
Janie's new job at the company where her girlfriend Sally works takes a turn for the worse when she accidentally accesses secret information in the company's computer. Worse yet…the entry gets discovered by the people who stand to lose the most. Lured to one of their “safe” houses where they already hold a man's wife and his mistress for ransom, she is interrogated to the limits. They have to determine how she knew about The Greek File…if she is a spy…or what!
At the dawn of the new Millennium when you're alone and there is no one to turn to when you discover some dead bodies in a house there is only one option: interact with other users throughout a search engine, The Y2K Diary.com in search of answers from the past, present and future in different locations and different time zones.
In The LPS File, Carrión appropriates the genre of documentary. This video deals with Carrión's attempt to put together the film festival: Lilia Prado Superstar Film Festival; his search for films in Mexico and his efforts to convince Lilia Prado to attend. Whilst this video has the appearance of a documentary, the apparent "truthfulness" of this genre is turned on its head: Carrión has substituted all his Mexican contacts for his Dutch friends and nearly all the conversations take place in English.
In the year 2029 you are a Memory Investigator for the Neuro Crimes Task Force whose job it is to solve murders by entering the memories of the dead.
The Walter Winchell File is the title of a television crime drama series that initially aired from 1957 to 1958, dramatizing cases from the New York City Police Department that were covered in the New York Daily Mirror. The series featured columnist and announcer Walter Winchell, John Larch, George Cisar, Robert Anderson, Robert Brubaker, Dolores Donlon, and Gene Barry, a year before he was cast in the lead of NBC's Bat Masterson. Thirty-nine episodes were produced; the first twenty-six aired on ABC during the 1957-1958 season, and the final thirteen were seen in syndication in 1959. Among the guest stars was the child actor Dennis Holmes, who played 7-year-old Allie Marisch in the 1957 episode "Thou Shalt Not Kill."
Canada File is a Canadian documentary television series which aired on CBC Television in 1961.
Fashion File was a Canadian television series, which aired on CBC Television and CBC Newsworld, as well as internationally in syndication, from 1989 to 2009. The series covered fashion industry news. The series was hosted from its inception until 2006 by Tim Blanks, who left the show at the end of 2006 to join the Canadian fashion magazine Flare as editor-at-large. Over the winter of 2007, the CBC aired Fashion File Host Hunt, a short-run reality show in which ten finalists competed to become the new host of the show. Adrian Mainella was chosen as the new host of the series at the end of the Host Hunt. Other contestants included Peter Papapetrou, Manny Neubacher, Justin Singh, Paul Pogue, Mary Kitchen, Stephanie Pigott, Jamey Ordolis, Raji Sohal and Henrietta Southam. The judges were fashion magazine editors Bronwyn Cosgrave and Suzanne Boyd, and Fashion File executive producer Réjean Beaudin. The series was hosted by Michelle Mama. As of the end of March 2009, Fashion File was cancelled by CBC Television. The press release cites the "current financial situation."
Regional File was a Canadian documentary television miniseries which aired on CBC Television in 1975.
A documentary series of Bucharest City, or as some say, the center of the world.
Shinjuku ward east side... The center of the street with most chaos, There's a Kabukicho with full of neon lights. When the light is stronger, the shadow is deeper. The story begins when certain bizarre murder happens one night! Suspense? Or Comedy? Drama that cannot identify begins!