This page features several other films that had their first PNW runs in 1955 but didn't have enough material for their own pages.

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Black Tuesday (1954)
Gangster Vincent Canelli and bank robber Peter Manning escape from Death Row minutes before their execution by electric chair.
Director: Hugo Fregonese
Writer: Sydney Boehm (screenplay)
Stars: Edward G. Robinson, Jean Parker, Peter Graves

February 1, 1955 ad (Seattle)

February 5, 1955 ad (Portland)

Blackboard Jungle (1955)
A new English teacher at a violent, unruly inner-city school is determined to do his job, despite resistance from both students and faculty.
Director: Richard Brooks
Writers: Richard Brooks (screenplay), Evan Hunter (novel "The Blackboard Jungle")
Stars: Glenn Ford, Anne Francis, Louis Calhern

April 29, 1955 ad (Portland)

May 5, 1955 ad (Seattle)

May 6, 1955 ad (Seattle)

Blackboard Jungle (1955) trailer

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Devil Girl From Mars (1954)
An uptight, leather-clad female alien, armed with a ray gun and accompanied by a menacing robot, comes to Earth to collect Earth's men as breeding stock.
Director: David MacDonald
Writers: John C. Mather (screenplay), James Eastwood (screenplay)
Stars: Hugh McDermott, Hazel Court, Peter Reynolds

July 8, 1955 ad (Seattle)

Devil Girl From Mars (1954) trailer

Mad at the World (1955)
A neighborhood is terrorized by a group of young juvenile delinquents called the Wolf Pack. When a young father's infant child is seriously injured because of the Wolf Pack, he decides that the police aren't working fast enough to catch the ones who hurt his baby and he sets out to infiltrate the gang himself and mete out punishment they deserve.
Director: Harry Essex
Writer: Harry Essex (written for the screen by)
Stars: Frank Lovejoy, Keefe Brasselle, Cathy O'Donnell

September 8, 1955 ad (Seattle)

The Night Holds Terror (1955)
A group of escaped convicts takes over a suburban home to evade an ongoing police manhunt, making the lives of the family living there a nightmare. The longer the men stay there, the more the tensions build and the more likely it becomes a tragedy. Based on a real-life hostage-taking.
Director: Andrew L. Stone
Writer: Andrew L. Stone
Stars: Jack Kelly, Hildy Parks, Vince Edwards

September 20, 1955 ad (Seattle)

September 21, 1955 ad (Portland)

September 21, 1955 article (Portland)

The Night Holds Terror (1955) trailer

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