An actress finds her aspirations turning to bitterness as she spends her career standing in for a well-known actress.
A bitter veteran, re-called to combat in Korea, is considered a coward by the young members of his company.
A blackmailer just out of prison has plans to launder money through Willie's casino.
A bored wife (Ida Lupino) seeks excitement.
A screenwriter's big break is complicated by the actress he's dating.
A man whose wife is ill falls in love with his secretary.
Hired to teach a woman to play cards, Willie Dante also finds himself teaching her husband how to deal with dishonest gamblers.
A man has four hours to find the only person who can prove he did not murder his friend.
A chance meeting on a train causes a writer to re-examine his priorities.
An invalid creates her own reality.
A prison warden tries to prove the innocence of a man scheduled for execution.
A newspaperman smuggling a document is targeted by a beautiful spy.
A woman's plot to kill her husband is overheard.
A gambler's kindness to a beautiful socialite gets him into trouble.
Traveling by train, a wealthy, wheelchair-bound man is confronted by the man he cheated 20 years earlier.
Feeling unappreciated, a bookkeeper treats himself to a night on the town.
A bowling alley owner is jeopardized by an employee's dark past.
A man finds renewal on a train.
A man can't remember why he tried to kill his wife.
A woman competes with her lover's memories.
An outlaw challenges a sheriff whose eyesight is failing.
A cardshark is hired to determine if a men's club member is cheating. Charles Boyer stars.
An elderly woman reminisces about her life in the wild west and her encounters with a notorious outlaw.
A World War II Australian army officer is ordered to execute a deserter.
After bombing on Broadway, an arrogant actress takes acting lessons from a director.
A woman believes she's going crazy when she apparently steps back in time.
A con man who preys on rich women changes after meeting a sickly heiress.
A prankster visits his stuffy nephew.
Gangsters plan to rob Nick Dante's (Dick Powell) casino.
A teacher's unhappy love life improves after a childhood sweetheart brings out her inner beauty.
A writer falls for a friend's widow.
A minister (David Niven) tries to save a tribe that holds him captive.
A psychiatrist tries his hand at training a horse.
A parolee (Ida Lupino) gets in a legal bind.
World War II ruins an English professor's plans to marry a Japanese woman.
Robert Louis Stevenson (David Niven) spends his last days in Samoa.
A man weds a woman with teen sons.
A reporter (Dick Powell) decries a lynching.
A woman learns to appreciate her spouse.
A commercial artist (David Niven) wants to create a masterpiece.
A botanist (Charles Boyer) with a bigamous wife is accused of murder.
A cabbie (Dick Powell) commiserates with a potential suicide.
An itinerant author's play changes the outlook of a burned-out Hollywood writer.
Rivals compete at bridge and for a woman. With Charles Boyer, Vera Miles.
A musician gets an anonymous letter.
A socialite (Martha Hyer) wants to marry a simple hotel clerk (David Niven) whom she believes is a millionaire.
His wife's (Vera Miles) ambition disturbs a playwright (Charles Boyer).
A recently freed con man tries to convince an heiress' secretary that he needs money to supply an orphanage.
A district attorney (Dick Powell) suspects his fiancee is shielding a murderer.
A foreign correspondent helps a shy woman.
A beachcomber (David Niven) may not be as inept as he seems.
A psychiatrist (Charles Boyer) dismisses as fantasy his child's tale of a man in the cellar.
A woman dupes a plastic surgeon.
A Greenwich Village artist (David Niven) does not remember killing a model.
A Mardi Gras costume ball turns sour when the host family learns a cousin has escaped from jail.
A newspaper columnist is convinced he is being stalked by a disgruntled reader.
A piece of paper found in a book leads an author (David Niven) to a group of spies.
A housewife considers an affair.
A vacationing detective thinks he may have stumbled upon fugitives from the law.
A brassy blonde (Audrey Totter) wants to ice a hard-as-nails private eye (Frank Lovejoy).
Three people trapped in an abandoned farmhouse discover a live bomb in the basement. With David Niven.
A detective desperately searches for the person who stole his loaded gun.
An alcoholic (Ida Lupino) must return stolen jewelry. Directed by Blake Edwards.
A man determines to ruin his casino-owner father (Charles Boyer).
An escaped killer (George MacCready) traps a woman (Ida Lupino).
The boss becomes a Scrooge during the holidays.
A married man (David Niven) picks up a young woman with a sordid past.
A woman declares war on city hall by setting up house in a city park.
A playboy seduces an art student.
A shipping magnate becomes embroiled in the lives of a young boy and his blind mother.
A diver retrieves a body, a purse, a wad of bills and a gun. With Frank Lovejoy.
An attorney seeks a key witness.
Charles Boyer stars as a war veteran whose family expects him to take the blame for a murder he didn't commit.
A district attorney's son (Richard Jaekyl) wants a part of Nick Dante's (Dick Powell) back-room gambling.
A bank employee mails a letter to his boss and goes on a frantic chase to get the letter back from the post office before it gets delivered.
A psychiatrist loses his detachment.
A wealthy man leaves his family to marry a much younger woman, prompting his mirror image to leave in disgust.
A woman won't wear a hearing aid.
No one else sees a man's (David Niven) former acquaintance on a train.
A criminal meets a troubled youth.
A director (Charles Boyer) befriends a despondent young woman.
A man (Ronald Colman) tries to retrieve a costly hat.
A man wonders whether his first wife is really dead.
A man (Charles Coburn) must retire.
Unusual events follow a man's death.
Frank Lovejoy stars in a comedy/romance.
A retiree finds a way to win at roulette.
A crisis brings out the best in two people.
A 9-year-old buys an outlandish hat.
An attorney defends his ex-wife for murder.
Gangsters track a crime witness (Ida Lupino).
A woman's (Joanne Dru) husband is unfaithful.
Her dying grandmother's wealth tempts a woman.
A woman chooses between husband and lover.
A man (Dale Robertson) tracks his parents' killer.
A drifter (Dennis Morgan) helps hunt outlaws.
A couple tries to stop a suicidal friend.
A terrorist threatens a senator.