The Canadian policeman Louis Burke is assigned in a jail to investigate in some murders of prisoners and jailors. When in jail, Lois, using his outstandings martial arts is able to save his life and make himself respected in that violent world. At least, helped by two another prisoners, he succeded in finding the truth about the dreadful crimes.
Two cops with very different philosophies must give-and-take when it comes to following the rules, or risk an all-out gang war.
During a jail riot instigated by convict Jaggu (Joginder), the Jailer, Arun Mehra's (Dev Anand) life is threatened and another convict, Dinesh (Satish Kaul), risks his life to save Arun. Arun and his mother, Mrs. Mehra (Sulochana) find out that Dinesh is on death-row for killing noted Professor Ashok Verma. Arun does not believe that Dinesh is guilty and so he arranges his escape from prison. As a result Arun has not only the police, including his own father, Inspector General of Police Mehra (Pran) after him on a manhunt but also underworld don Master (Ajit) and his men; and a cold-hearted female assassin (Zeenat Aman) who has reserved two bullets in her gun for Arun and Dinesh.
The Deadly Warrant. AKA: A Killing Order. Dir: Dick Wei Cast: Barry Chan, Cheng Chao. Taiwan - 1994
Music & Musicals, Hard Rock & Heavy Metal, Rock & Pop - The 1980s come alive in this concert that captures Warrant at the height of their glam-rock success. Led by front man Jani Lane, the boys rip into "Cherry Pie," "Down Boys," "Heaven" and other songs that helped define the hair metal era. Accompanying backstage footage gives fans an unprecedented look at the band, including a peek into the studio sessions for 1992's "Dog Eat Dog" album.
Warrant - Live 1990
Featuring music videos from rock band Warrant's "Born Again" release, this compilation includes clips from "Bourbon County Line," "Hell, CA," "Angels," "Love Strikes Like Lightning," "Glimmer," "Roller Coaster," "Devil's Juice," "Dirty Jack," "Down in Diamonds," "Velvet Noose," "Roxy" and "Good Times." Bonus features include a behind-the-scenes look at recording sessions for the "Born Again" album as well as backstage tour footage.
A big mall security guard becomes friend with the attractive woman. The only problem: he doesn't know yet that she is a mall owner.
It is May 1912. Thirteen political prisoners are being tried in a naval fortress of Kronstadt. They are sentenced to death by hanging. A clandestine Bolshevik organization decides to free the prisoners during their transfer to the place of execution. Vasily Panin, a junker of a school of naval engineers, is one of those entrusted with this dangerous task.
The story, which only runs about 45 minutes, involves a man recently released from prison whose fingerprints from the police records turn up in a house where an unconscious woman has been found at the foot of the stairs- an attempted murder.
Speeding cars. Rainy St. Petersburg. Nightclubs. The opera. Drugs. Shootouts. Leather coats. Fights. Hotel rooms. Tattoos. Death... The main stake in the game is the body of the deceased "Captain", who even in his death manages to cause a lot of trouble for those who knew him.
Sabu to Ichi Torimono Hikae, sometimes translated as Sabu and Ichi's Detective Stories/Tales and Sabu and Ichi's Arrest Warrant, is a manga series by Shotaro Ishimori originally published in Weekly Shōnen Sunday beginning in 1966. In April 1968, the series moved to serialization in the first issue of Big Comic, where it was published until the series ended four years later in the April 10, 1972 issue. The manga was adapted into an anime TV series which aired on NET from October 3, 1968 to September 24, 1969. The series won the 1968 Shogakukan Manga Award. In addition to the manga and anime series, a live action period drama series was aired on Fuji TV from 1981 to 1982 as part of their Jidaigeki Special series. A total of four specials were created and aired. Sabu and Ichi were played by veteran actors Tomokazu Miura and Tatsuo Umemiya, with Yūko Natori and Junzaburo Ban playing the parts of Midori and her father, Saheiji.