In a cheap hotel-room in New York City Jelke shoots gangster Joe Wells, takes a package from his pocket and flees.Wells staggers into an alley. On her way to her apartment above a wax museum, Sue Gallagher, a reporter for the Chronicle, finds Wells' body and hides his corpse among the wax-figures in the museum and calls her paper to send a photographer so she can get a scoop on the killing of Wells, who had a $5,000 reward for his capture, dead or alive. Meanwhile, Henry Miggs, the museum owner find the body and is ready to call the police but his handyman, Clutch Tracy tells him to conceal it and avoid suspicion. From this point on it is a game of where-is-the-body....and the stolen South American diamonds Wells was carrying.
Don "the Dragon" Wilson is a man pursued. Branded a cop-killer, he must fight simply to stay alive, and to clear his name... with the very police who framed him.
Claire Forrest seeks her kidnapped scientist father, hidden somewhere on Mystery Island. He is held and forced to work on diabolical inventions by Captain Mephisto, a costumed villain.
'Manhunt' is a dark, surrealistic revenge fantasy of animals on humans for the mess they have made. The core idea for this short film is to switch the roles of humans and animals, hunters hunted, to show how the world could be like from the animals' perspectives, and to put us humans in their shoes.
Shield of Straw follows a team of five police officers charged with protecting an accused killer marked for death by the billionaire grandfather of his latest victim.
Rocky Jones, Space Ranger fights space pirates over an invisible spaceship.
Los Angeles, 1953. The author David L. "Dave" Brady wants to bring a missed ex-newspaperman back to Los Angeles. Therefore Dave has to travel to Mexico City. Dave gets involved with a murder case that occurred fifteen years ago. It's an obsession for Dave to solve that murder.
Ten years after his defection from the Soviet Embassy in Ottawa, Igor Gouzenko is hunted by Soviet agents. Based on a true story.
In this North Woods adventure, the Mounties investigate a series of payroll robberies and discover that it is an inside job.
Football player Bob Miller, played by an actual football player, is lost in the jungle. Who else to find him but Jungle Jim.
Arizona Manhunt was the second entry in Republic's "Rough Ridin' Kids" series. Michael Chapin returns as Red, the precocious grandson of Sheriff White (James Bell), while Eilene Janssen likewise reappears as Red's best friend Judy. Once again, the two kids get involved with grown-up western desperadoes, in this case the outlaw gang formerly controlled by Judy's foster father.
Unknown to oil company president Ross, his man Quinn is pulling a swindle on the independent drillers. Quinn controls both the Judge and the Marshal. But when the Marshal is accidentally killed, Wild Bill Elliott is brought in as the new Marshal and things begin to change.
This is the story is based on an actual incident. Claude Dallas is a man who loves to be free, so he lives in the mountains where he hunts for his food. However, Bill Pogue is a driven game warden, who abhors anyone who hunts out of season. When he catches Claude Dallas doing that; he's about to arrest him when Claude kills him and the other warden with him. When the man who was with Dallas tells the police what happened, a nationwide manhunt ensues. And there are people who didn't like Pogue and they hope Dallas is never caught.
A documentary about Boston and the technology involved to catch bombers
A stranger arrives to the small town of Passo Fundo, south of Brazil. And he's on a manhunt of a killer that turns in a giant drug conspiracy running by an international conglomerate.
From the "In the Line of Duty" made-for-television movie series, Manhunt in the Dakotas (also known as 'The Twilight Murders') is based on the true story of cop-killer/white supremacist Gordon Kahl.
British Cmdr. George M. Dyott searches the 1928 Amazon for lost explorer Col. P.H. Fawcett.
Through sacrifice, hard work, and a knack for passing on his wisdom, Leonard Padilla has earned the title "Godfather of Bail." Leonard's best protégé and now partner Rob Dick takes his knowledge to Reno, Nevada.
Follow Jim Fitzgerald, the FBI agent who tracked down Ted Kaczynksi, aka the “Unabomber,” and brought him to justice through his expertise in profiling and linguistics.
The true story of London Metropolitan police detective Colin Sutton's manhunt for serial killer Levi Bellfield.
Manhunt is a World War II drama series consisting of 26 episodes, produced by London Weekend Television in 1969 and broadcast nationwide.
Manhunt is an American syndicated television crime drama. Seventy-eight episodes were broadcast between 1959 and 1961. It stars Victor Jory as a San Diego police detective. Patrick McVey also stars as a police reporter.
Manhunt is a reality television series that aired on UPN in the summer of 2001. The contestants on the show posed as fugitives who tried to escape actors who pretended to be bounty hunters. The one who eluded the bounty hunters the longest would receive a cash prize. Manhunt was plagued with problems during its brief run. First, a deal collapsed with the World Wrestling Federation in which a number of their "superstars" were to be a part of the show's cast. Then, the bottom fell out when separate investigative reports by conspiracy theorist Peter Lance and game-show enthusiast Steve Beverly revealed that the show was being filmed at Griffith Park in Los Angeles, California. Manhunt had claimed to be filmed on location in Hawaii. The program was pulled after six episodes. John Cena and former American Gladiator Raye "Zap" Hollitt were among the cast members. Jim Lee is now the Chaplain at Oaks Christian High School
NCS: Manhunt is a British crime drama television series starring David Suchet, and based on the National Crime Squad. Created by Malcolm McKay, the first series premiered with two episodes on BBC One on 26—27 March 2001. The second series debuted on 4 March 2002, and concluded its six episode run on 19 March 2002.
Tracking a specialist tactical unit from Kent Police who hunt down and capture suspects who have gone on the run. Featuring dramatic manhunts, investigations and chases, it's a game of tactics and nerve for Sgt Ian Cameron and his team.
Manhunt – Solving Britain's Crimes is a programme aired by ITV in the UK. It is very similar to the BBC's Crimewatch, which ran for 22 years prior to the first airing of Manhunt, on 4 December 2006. A second edition of the programme aired on 29 May 2007. Manhunt profiles 10 of the country's most wanted criminals, and appeals for help from the public to track them down. The pilot episode of the show gained 5 million viewers, and received 9,000 calls from the public. The programme is produced by talkbackTHAMES, and hosted by ITV News head anchor Mark Austin, and ex-Scotland Today newsreader Sarah Heaney.
Off the Grid: Million Dollar Manhunt is a game show which airs on The History Channel. Contestants attempt to evade Kevin Reeve, an expert in surveillance, fugitive tracking, and classified government technologies. If they can succeed in performing simple tasks, for one day, and avoid detection, they win $1 million.
A reality television series following a formula similar to UPN/The CW's America's Next Top Model, but with two differences. One, all the contestants are male, and two, there is a spy among the men. Also, multiple contenders are voted off each time, unlike the single-elimination structure of America's Next Top Model.
Occurring from the mid-1970s to 1981, the Ripper committed 13 murders. Viewed as ritualistic in nature, they were done with extreme brutality as he mocked the police during their desperate hunt for him. The victims were primiarly prostitutes or poor girls, with a few working girls tossed in. Generally he would hit a victim on the head with a hammer, sexually assault the lady, mutilate her, and then redress/re-arrangement the clothing and cover the corpse with her own coat.
Ex-Navy SEAL Joel Lambert is pit against the world's most elite military and law enforcement tracking teams. With only what he can carry on his back, Joel will play an extreme version of hide-and-seek in unknown treacherous terrain with nothing but a basic survival kit and canteen of water as he attempts to evade capture in 48-hours or less.
The Manhunter is an American crime drama that was part of CBS' lineup for the 1974–1975 television season. The series was produced by Quinn Martin and starred Ken Howard as Dave Barret, a 1930s-era private investigator from Idaho. The series was executive produced by Quinn Martin.
Manhunters was a three-part TV Drama Series that aired on BBC Two in the United Kingdom in 2005. It tells the story of three cases of man-eaters through the memoirs of those who hunted them and, in the case of the third episode, accidentally unleashed them on their community. The first tells the story of Jim Corbett, played by Jason Flemyng and the Man-Eating Leopard of Rudraprayag. The second tells the story of George Rushby and the Lions of Njombe, and the third tells the story of the Wolf of Gysinge.
Manhunters: Fugitive Task Force is a half-hour reality television show which premiered on A&E in December 2008. It chronicles US Marshals and local law enforcement as they hunt down some of America's worst fugitives. The show's primary focus is on the New York/New Jersey Regional Fugitive Task Force based out of New York City.