Fallen Angels Season 1
S01 E01Aug 1, 1993
Dead End for Delia Aug 1, 1993 Detective Kelley is called to investigate a murder and we discover his wife Delia, a dance-hall hostess, has been murdered. We learn Kelley's past invovement with Delia and what happened via a very convoluted point-of-view.The story ends in true hard-boiled fashion.Oldman delivers a bravura performance--a must-see. He gives evidence that he's one of cinemas finest actors.
S01 E02Aug 15, 1993
I'll Be Waiting Aug 15, 1993 Eve Cressy is a gangster's moll who awaits the return of her lover from prison. She meets Tony Reseck, the hotel dick, whose attempt to protect her end in violence.
S01 E03Aug 29, 1993
The Quiet Room Aug 29, 1993 In the 1940's and 1950's some members of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) had more interests than their slogan suggests: to protect and to serve. In this episode sadistic Streeter and brutal Creighton are corrupt cops whose antics lead to a nasty and tragic end when a shakedown plan goes awry.
S01 E04Sep 5, 1993
The Frightening Frammis Sep 5, 1993 We meet our anti-hero, grifter Mitch Allison, disheveled and walking by the side of the road. He tells us in a flash back narrative how he stole $25,000 from his con-artist wife Bette and jumped on a train hoping to double the money in a scam. He meets sultry Babe and gets involved in more than he bargained for. The twists and turns never stop in this fast paced tale.
S01 E05Sep 19, 1993
Murder Obliquely Sep 19, 1993 Annie, in true noir fashion, fatalistically falls in love with a millionaire who is quite bewitched by another lover and is not afraid to show it. In flashback narrative Annie explains that she met Dwight six weeks earlier and soon we understand Dwight's total obsession with ""the other woman."" How far will Dwight go to win and keep the love of his adored Bernette? What must Annie do to win Dwight's love?
S01 E06Sep 26, 1993
Since I Don't Have You Sep 26, 1993 In this comic noir, fixer-bag-man Buzz Meeks is hired by both of his bosses--the multi-talented Howard Hughes and the gangster Mickey Cohen--to find, oops, the same girl whom they have both fallen madly in love with. This quite hilarious episode, narrated by ""Buzz"" in flashback, is peppered with many tales about the characters that made Los Angeles in the 1950's so incredibly interesting. Please suspend your disbelief in this episode and enjoy the ride.