Trapped (1949) was a Drama - Crime Film directed by Richard Fleischer and produced by Bryan Foy.
Legends of Tomorrow (2016) s05e14 – The One Where We’re Trapped on TVon May 27, 2020 From The Stop Button
I?m not going back to count, but I feel like at least half this season of ?Legends? is them getting knocked off track for an episode then getting back on track by the end. It?s fine, there have been some great episodes, but there?s no momentum on the main plot. So while this episode is amusing?the L... Read full article
The Phantom Creeps (1939, Ford Beebe and Saul A. Goodkind), Chapter 8: Trapped in the FlamesBy Andrew Wickliffe on May 5, 2018 From The Stop Button
Trapped in the Flames is yet another exciting installment of The Phantom Creeps. Yet again, the Feds (led by Robert Kent) pursue the foreign agents (Anthony Averill?s the chief henchman, Edward Van Sloan?s the boss) trying to find Bela Lugosi?s missing box. No one but Lugosi (presumed dead by both p... Read full article
Batman and Robin (1949, Spencer Gordon Bennet), Chapter 4: Batman Trapped!By Andrew Wickliffe on Mar 29, 2018 From The Stop Button
Most of this chapter, Batman Trapped, is a resolution of the previous chapter?s cliffhanger. There?s no trapped Batman in this chapter. There?s kidnapped Robin; more on that development in a bit. After the immediate resolution of the cliffhanger?thanks to Batman (Robert Lowery) having a lot of tree ... Read full article
Flash Gordon (1936, Frederick Stephani), Chapter 12: Trapped in the TurretBy Andrew Wickliffe on Sep 13, 2017 From The Stop Button
Trapped in the Turret is the penultimate chapter of Flash Gordon, which might explain some of its inconsistencies. After a stunt person heavy resolution to the previous cliffhanger, Richard Alexander tells scheming Priscilla Lawson she might just try being nice to Buster Crabbe and Jean Rogers. So s... Read full article
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During the chase scene, the car driven by Agent Downey and Jack Sylvester passes the Alto-Nido Apartments (1851 N. Ivar Street, Hollywood, California). In Sunset Blvd. this is the apartment building where Joe Gillis lived before he moved to Norma Desmond's mansion.
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