|Anthony Adverse 1936 N/R, 136 min.|
Genre: Drama / Adventure / Romance
Director: Mervyn LeRoy
Cast: Fredric March, Olivia de Havilland, Edmund Gwenn, Claude Rains, Anita Louise, Gale Sondergaard, Donald Woods, Akim Tamiroff, J. Carrol Naish, Louis Hayward, Steffi Duna, Ralph Morgan, Fritz Leiber, Luis Alberni, Billy Mauch
When Doug Redfern (Bob Steele) is wrongfully accused of a bank robbery by the dastardly Harvey (Karl Hackett), Doug is convicted and then paroled. Now Doug sets out to clear his name and gets help from government agent Lucky Gosden (Horace Murphy) and Joan Blackman (Kathleen Eliot). Lots of action.
|The Bandit of Sherwood Forest 1946 N/R, 85 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Action / Fantasy / Romance
Director: Henry Levin, George Sherman
Cast: Cornel Wilde, Anita Louise, Jill Esmond, Edgar Buchanan, Henry Daniell, George Macready, Russell Hicks, John Abbott, Lloyd Corrigan, Ian Wolfe, Eva Moore, Ray Teal, Leslie Denison, Maurice Tauzin, Miles Mander
Robert of Nottingham (Cornel Wilde), the son of Robin Hood, follows in his father's footsteps by leading the forces against the bad guys and sets out to protect the Queen Mother (Jill Esmond) and Lady Catherine (Anita Louise). Yes, even Friar Tuck (Edgar Buchanan) returns to the fray. Good Technicolor scenery; otherwise, not so good, even with the fine cast.
|Blondie's Big Moment 1947 N/R, 69 min.|
Director: Edward Bernds
Cast: Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Larry Simms, Marjorie Ann Mutchie, Jerome Cowan, Anita Louise, Danny Mummert, Jack Rice, Eddie Acuff, Jack Davis, Johnny Granath, Alyn Lockwood, Robert De Haven, Hal K. Dawson, Dick Wessel
Blondie (Penny Singleton) and Dagwood (Arthur Lake) never have boring moments. This time around, the fun begins when Blondie decides to invite George M. Radcliff (Jerome Cowan) and Harriet Gary (Anita Louise) to dinner, despite Dagwood's objections.
|Bulldog Drummond at Bay 1947 N/R, 70 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Adventure / Drama
Director: Sidney Salkow
Cast: Ron Randell, Anita Louise, Patrick O'Moore, Terry Kilburn, Holmes Herbert, Leonard Mudie, Lester Matthews, Aminta Dyne, Oliver Throndike, David Thursby, Harry Allen, Clyde Cook, James Logan, Frank Marlowe, Jimmy Aubrey
Ron Randell takes on the role of retired British military officer Bulldog Drummond. In this entry, Drummond employs his sleuthing methods to get to the bottom of a murderous diamond-thievery plot.
|Casanova Brown 1944 N/R, 93 min.|
Director: Sam Wood
Cast: Gary Cooper, Teresa Wright, Frank Morgan, Anita Louise, Mary Treen, Dorothy Tree, Halliwell Hobbes, Irving Bacon, Edmund Breon, Emory Parnell
Casanova (Gary Cooper) discovers the trials of fatherhood when he steals his newborn infant from the hospital and tries to raise the child alone.
|Going Places 1938 N/R, 84 min.|
Director: Ray Enright
Cast: Dick Powell, Anita Louise, Allen Jenkins, Ronald Reagan, Louis Armstrong, Maxine Sullivan
In this musical comedy, based on the Broadway play "Hottentot" about a sporting-goods salesman, Dick Powell plays the salesman, Peter Mason, who tries to win a steeplechase.
|The Gorilla 1939 N/R, 65 min.|
Director: Allan Dwan
Cast: Al Ritz, Harry Ritz, Jimmy Ritz, Anita Louise, Patsy Kelly, Lionel Atwill, Bela Lugosi, Joseph Calleia, Paul Harvey, Edward Norris, Wally Vernon, Art Miles
Inept detectives (the Ritz Brothers–Jimmy, Harry, and Al) visit Peter's (Bela Lugosi) haunted house and become involved in solving a murder mystery.
|The Green Light 1937 N/R, 85 min.|
Director: Frank Borzage
Cast: Errol Flynn, Anita Louise, Margaret Lindsay, Cedric Hardwicke, Henry O'Neill, Spring Byington, Erin O'Brien-Moore, Walter Abel, Henry Kolker, Pierre Watkin
This is a philosophical drama about an idealist physician (Errol Flynn) who undergoes a conversion and leaves his profession to learn more about meaning in life.
|Judge Priest 1934 N/R, 79 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: John Ford
Cast: Will Rogers, Tom Brown, Anita Louise, Henry B. Walthall, Stepin Fetchit, Hattie McDaniel, Rochelle Hudson, David Landau, Berton Churchill, Charley Grapewin, Roger Imhof, Frank Melton, Brenda Fowler, Francis Ford, Grace Goodall
This film adaptation of Irvin S. Cobb's short stories features Will Rogers as the down-home Judge Priest who rules wisely over both his courtroom and his family affairs. Another good John Ford movie.
|The Little Princess 1939 N/R, 95 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy / Drama / Musical
Director: Walter Lang, William A. Seiter
Cast: Shirley Temple, Richard Greene, Anita Louise, Ian Hunter, Cesar Romero, Arthur Treacher, Sybil Jason, Miles Mander, E.E. Clive, Mary Nash, Marcia Mae Jones, Beryl Mercer, Deidre Gale, Ira Stevens, Eily Malyon
Sara Crewe (Shirley Temple) is left in an exclusive boarding school in England when her father Captain Reginald Crew (Ian Hunter) marches off to serve in the Boer War. After it is reported that he is killed in action, Sara is left penniless and must work as a servant–until her father returns alive.
|Marie Antoinette 1938 N/R, 160 min.|
Director: W.S. Van Dyke
Cast: Norma Shearer, Tyrone Power, John Barrymore, Robert Morley, Anita Louise, Joseph Schildkraut, Gladys George, Henry Stephenson, Reginald Gardiner, Cora Witherspoon
Set in pre-revolutionary France, MGM spared nothing on its opulent sets, French antiques, and expensive costumes in presenting this story of the doomed Austrian princess (Norma Shearer) who became Queen of France just as it became a "crumbling" empire.
|Millie 1931 N/R, 85 min.|
Director: John Francis Dillon
Cast: Helen Twelvetrees, Lilyan Tashman, Robert Ames, Joan Blondell, John Halliday, James Hall, Anita Louise, Edmund Breese, Frank McHugh, Charlotte Walker, Charles Delaney, Harry Stubbs, Harvey Clark
Millie (Helen Twelvetrees) has been unlucky in love more than a few times over the years, but, unlike her gold digging friends Angie and Helen (Joan Blondell and Lilyan Tashman), Millie has made a living on her own. Now, one of her long-lost suitors, Jimmy (John Halliday), has returned and is pursuing Millie's 16-year-old daughter, Connie (Anita Louise). Millie warns Jimmy to stay away from Connie, he ignores her, and Millie shoots and kills him when she catches him seducing Connie. Millie is acquitted, however, after Connie testifies and tells what really happened the night Jimmy was killed.
|Retreat, Hell! 1952 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: Joseph H. Lewis
Cast: Frank Lovejoy, Richard Carlson, Russ Tamblyn, Anita Louise, Nedrick Young, Robert Ellis, Paul Smith, Lamont Johnson, Dorothy Patrick, Peter Ortiz, Morton C. Thompson, Joseph Keane, Mack Williams, Oreste Seragnoli, Howard Negley
Action scenes provide plenty of suspense for this wartime drama of U.S. Marines withdrawing during a Chinese offensive that took place during the Korean War.
|The Sisters 1938 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: Anatole Litvak
Cast: Errol Flynn, Bette Davis, Anita Louise, Ian Hunter, Donald Crisp, Beulah Bondi, Alan Hale, Henry Travers, Jane Bryan, Dick Foran, Patric Knowles, Lee Patrick, Laura Hope Crews, Janet Shaw, Harry Davenport
Three sisters, Louise (Bette Davis), Helen (Anita Louise), and Grace (Jane Bryan), find love and marriage in this drama set during the turn of the 20th century in San Francisco.
|The Story of Louis Pasteur 1936 N/R, 85 min.|
Director: William Dieterle
Cast: Paul Muni, Josephine Hutchinson, Anita Louise, Donald Woods, Akim Tamiroff, Dickie Moore, Fritz Leiber, Henry O'Neill, Porter Hall, Raymond Brown, Frank Reicher, Halliwell Hobbs, Ruth Robinson, Walter Kingsford, Iphigenie Castiglioni
This film won Academy Awards for Best Writing and Best Actor (Paul Muni). It is an inspiring biography of Louis Pasteur's courage in leading revolutionary reforms in medicine while the more conservative members of his profession proved difficult to convince that changes were necessary. An Oscar nomination was received for Best Picture.
|That Certain Woman 1937 N/R, 91 min.|
Director: Edmund Goulding
Cast: Bette Davis, Henry Fonda, Ian Hunter, Anita Louise, Donald Crisp, Hugh O'Connell, Katharine Alexander, Mary Philips, Minor Watson, Sidney Toler
Following her marriage to Jack Merrick (Henry Fonda), a rich alcoholic, Mary (Bette Davis), finds her past life as a widow has been discovered. Merrick's father (Donald Crisp) forces an annulment of Mary's marriage. Later, when Merrick learns that Mary has a son, the Merricks try to gain custody of the boy.
|These Glamour Girls 1939 N/R, 78 min.|
Director: S. Sylvan Simon
Cast: Lew Ayres, Lana Turner, Tom Brown, Richard Carlson, Jane Bryan, Anita Louise, Marsha Hunt, Ann Rutherford, Mary Beth Hughes, Ernest Truex
Ivy Leaguer Philip (Lew Ayres) has a big night on the town and asks dancehall girl Jane (Lana Turner, in her first starring role) to the big, annual weekend party. When she arrives, he had forgotten that he invited her, but she refuses to leave. Rather, Jane shows up the snobbish girls of the school.
|Tovarich 1937 N/R, 94 min.|
Director: Anatole Litvak
Cast: Claudette Colbert, Basil Rathbone, Charles Boyer, Anita Louise, Melville Cooper, Isabel Jeans, Maurice Murphy, Morris Carnovsky, Gregory Gaye, Montagu Love
After fleeing Russia during the revolution, a couple (Claudette Colbert and Charles Boyer) arrives in Paris and find employment as domestic servants. They have with them a fortune from the czar, but their honesty prevents them from using it for their own comforts.
|The Villain Still Pursued Her 1940 N/R, 66 min.|
Director: Edward F. Cline
Cast: Hugh Herbert, Anita Louise, Alan Mowbray, Buster Keaton, Joyce Compton, Richard Cromwell, Billy Gilbert, Margaret Hamilton, Franklin Pangborn, William Farnum, Charles Judels, Walter Tetley
In this spoof of the popular stage melodrama "The Drunkard," Edward the Hero (Richard Cromwell) is lured by Cribbs the Villain (Alan Mowbray) into drinking rum, which plunges poor Edward into the gutter. Gribb's goal is to win the affections of Edward's long-suffering wife, Mary (Anita Louise), but along comes the real hero, Frederick (Hugh Herbert), who foils Cribbs' plan. Despite the presence of Buster Keaton (who has some good lines), the joke is on the audience.
|1. Anthony Adverse (1936)|
2. The Bandit of Sherwood Forest (1946)
3. Blondie's Big Moment (1947)
4. Bulldog Drummond at Bay (1947)
5. Call It a Day (1937)
6. Casanova Brown (1944)
7. Going Places (1938)
8. The Gorilla (1939)
9. The Green Light (1937)
10. Judge Priest (1934)
11. The Little Princess (1939)
12. Marie Antoinette (1938)
13. Millie (1931)
14. Retreat, Hell! (1952)
15. The Sisters (1938)
16. The Story of Louis Pasteur (1936)
17. That Certain Woman (1937)
18. These Glamour Girls (1939)
19. Tovarich (1937)
20. The Villain Still Pursued Her (1940)
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