The  John Hodiak Collection

    Starring: John Hodiak, Robert Taylor & Arlene Dahl

An Indian scout is sent to rescue a woman who is somewhere deep in Apache territory. The woman's sister, naturally, goes along for the ride where they encounter terrors along the way.

Ambush at Tomahawk Gap
    Starring: John Hodiak, John Derek & David Brian

Four released convicts go back to the ghost town of Tomahawk Gap searching for the Army payroll they stole several years earlier. Not only did they have trouble finding the money, but they had to deal with a horde of mean, bloodthirsty indians and a couple of conniving white men intent on getting the money or themselves. Typical western with plenty of gunplay, horses, and action.

The Bribe
    Starring: John Hodiak, Ava Gardner, Charles Laughton,
                    Vincent Price, Robert Taylor & John Hoyt

In pursuit of stolen aircraft engines on a Central American island, federal agent Rigby meets chief suspect Hintten and his wife Elizabeth, a sultry cafe singer; and is watched by Bealer, a "pie-shaped man" with sore feet. Rigby knows he's on the right track when Bealer offers him money to leave Carlota. When Rigby and Elizabeth are drawn to each other, the gang realizes there's more than one kind of bribe. Everybody sweats.

Lady Without a Passport
    Starring: John Hodiak & Hedy Lamarr

A lady without credentials attempts to leave Cuba at the height of an investigation regarding aliens.

    Starring: John Hodiak, Spencer Tracy,
                    Valentina Cortesa, Jimmy Stewart
                    Gilbert Roland & John Barrymore

Newspaperman Royer convinces government officials of a plan to obtain rubber by stealing it out from under the Japanese. Carnahan is let out of prison to help. While taking out the last load Royer is killed and Carnahan, wounded, must finish the job.

Mission Over Korea
    Starring: John Hodiak,
John Derek & Maureen O'Sullivan

It's war in the skies in this World War II action flick when three American pilots encounter three Korean pilots. But the Americans must first get beyond fighting amongst themselves.

The People Against O'Hara
    Starring: John Hodiak, Spencer Tracy, Pat O'Brien
                        & Diana Lynn

James Curtayne has retired from law but he returns to defend John O'Hara on a murder charge. Curtayne's drinking and rustiness result in O'Hara's being found guilty, but Curtayne makes further efforts to prove him innocent.

Somewhere in the Night
    Starring: John Hodiak, Nancy Guild, Richard Conte
                    & Sheldon Leonard

George Taylor, a war veteran suffering from amnesia with only two clues to his past: the bitter letter from a woman who hates him and another mysterious letter signed "Larry Cravat." Taylor goes to Los Angeles to meet Cravat. It turns out that Cravat is wanted for murder and the robbery of $2 million. George becomes involved with a singer, and is chased by mobsters while on a search for the stolen money. There ensue a series of chases, an interesting plot twist and a surprise ending as John learns the true identity of Cravat.

Sunday Dinner for a Soldier
    Starring: John Hodiak, Anne Baxter, Charles Winninger 
                    Anne Revere & Chill Wills

A poor family in Florida saves all the money they can in order to plan something special for the soldier they've invited to Sunday dinner. They don't realize that their request to invite the soldier never got mailed. On the day of the scheduled dinner, another soldier is brought to their home and love soon blossoms between him and Tessa, the young woman who runs the home

    Starring: John Hodiak, Dorothy McGuire, Glenn Ford
                        & Arthur Kennedy

That venerable academy State University won't renew law prof Glenn Ford's contract because he lacks courtroom experience. He signs up with slick lawyer Arthur Kennedy ("Law's a business like any other"), who promptly makes him point man in a high-visibility trial. A Mexican boy has been charged with murder of an underage Anglo girl in a case of statutory rape. Town racists whip up a lynch mob; meanwhile, Kennedy flits across the country to milk cash from a leftist rally for the boy. But, confident that Ford will blow the defense, he's only interested in providing a profitable martyr for the "cause".

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