For those who are housebound due the corona virus there is a treasure trove of older movies now on Youtube. One movie I see shares the title with a Bill Nelson song. Here is "The October Man" for all to see and maybe make your comparisons with the song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZoH3c2KPoy0
If you look to the right side of the Youtube page you will see a host of other older movies for your viewing pleasure. I've already seen "Detour," "Life at Stake", "The Mob" and the "Big Comb." Detour is an interesting movie for a 50's film. The lead character is a musician that ends up with a crazy woman gangster who dominates and abuses him mercilessly. Both lead characters are off beat and that quality is also evident in "Life at Stake." In "Life at Stake" the lead man doesn't speak in the stereotypical way Americans are known to speak in the 50s -- he doesn't say things like, "Hey mac, beat it, see!" The lead character speaks quite normally, like you would hear Americans speak today. Another anomaly is that he looks like a surf bum from California in the 60s. His love interest is Angela Lansbury who also speaks without a 50's tinge to her voice.
A lot of these are film noir and B or C movies. It's a good way to push in the time if you are not too busy or having to hunker down because of the corona virus.