Teenage Janie (Joyce Reynolds) falls in love with a private (Robert Hutton) from an Army base opposed by her editor father (Edward Arnold).
A sadistic teenager searching for "Daddy" murders and dismembers anybody who picks her up hitch-hiking. In a March 2018 interview with Rialto Report, credited director Jack Bravman admitted that Roberta Findlay actually directed this film, while John Amero confirmed Bravman handed over directorial duties, though he claims to Roberta's husband, Michael.
A young girl who has been abandoned by her former-groupie mother informs a fading rock star that she is his daughter.
Janie’s Janie is a unique film in the Newsreel collection. It was the first (and only) “personal documentary,” that sought to expose injustice through the example of a single individual’s story. The film is well crafted, carefully shot and edited. It includes cinema verité scenes of Janie’s life, as well as on-camera interviews. It was directed by Geri Ashur, with Peter Barton, Marilyn Mulford and Stephanie Pawleski.
A young lady struggles with her relationships. She hosts a webcam show.
The wonderings of an existential 7 year old and a stick named Janie.
Newlywed Janie's (Joan Leslie) World War II-veteran husband (Robert Hutton) goes to work at her father's (Edward Arnold) newspaper.
A wanted man out West pastes Woody's picture over his own wanted poster, and Calamity Jane goes after the reward. Woody outsmarts Jane, but she falls in love with the outlaw when she sees his ugly face.