|Be Yourself! 1930 N/R, 65 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Musical
Director: Thornton Freeland
Cast: Fanny Brice, Robert Armstrong, Harry Green, G. Pat Collins, Gertrude Astor, Budd Fine, Marjorie Kane, Rita Flynn, Anderson Lawler, Jimmy Tolson, Chuck Hamilton, One-Eye Connelly
Down-on-his-luck boxer Jerry Moore (Robert Armstrong) is befriended by nightclub entertainer Fannie Field (Fanny Brice) who, with help from her brother Harry (Harry Green), turns Jerry into a prizefighter. But, in the process, Fannie's rival Lillian (Gertrude Astor) steals Jerry from her. Fannie solves the problem by setting up a rematch in which she tells Jerry's opponent (G. Pat Collins) to attack Jerry's newly straightened nose. The ploy works, Jerry loses the fight but realizes how important it is to win Fannie.
|Black Eagle 1948 N/R, 76 min.|
Director: Robert Gordon
Cast: William Bishop, Virginia Patton, Gordon Jones, James Bell, Trevor Bardette, Will Wright, Edmund MacDonald, Paul E. Burns, Ray Teal, Ted Mapes, Chuck Hamilton, Carol Henry, Ray Jones, Robert Emmett Keane, Harry Tyler
Based on an O. Henry story, this trivial flick concerns a vagabond, Jason Bond (William Bishop), who becomes involved in a range war when the train he is on ends up in a Texas town. The train is carrying a horse, "Black Eagle," and rifles for Bengy Laughton (Gordon Jones) and his group of horse ranchers who Frank Hayden (James Bell) is swindling. Jason meets Ginny Long (Virginia Patton), whose brother has been murdered. Bond is framed for the murder, but the horse comes to Bond's rescue.
|Flame of Araby 1951 N/R, 77 min.|
Director: Charles Lamont
Cast: Maureen O'Hara, Jeff Chandler, Maxwell Reed, Susan Cabot, Lon Chaney Jr., Buddy Baer, Richard Egan, Royal Dano, Dewey Martin, Neville Brand, Judith Braun, Henry Brandon, Richard Hale, Chuck Hamilton, Dorothy Ford
Tunisian princess Tanya (Maureen O'Hara), trying to escape an arranged marriage, offers herself as the prize in a horse race in which she hopes Tamerlane (Jeff Chandler) will win–riding his black stallion to victory.
|Forbidden 1932 N/R, 81 min.|
Director: Frank Capra
Cast: Barbara Stanwyck, Adolphe Menjou, Ralph Bellamy, Dorothy Peterson, Henry Armetta, Halliwell Hobbes, Thomas Jefferson, Robert Graves, Charlotte Henry, Myrna Fresholt, Mary Jo Ellis, Arthur Hoyt, Chuck Hamilton, Bess Flowers, Bill Elliott
Lulu (Barbara Stanwyck) becomes pregnant by politician Bob Grover (Adolphe Menjou) and gives up the baby to him and his invalid wife. All remains secret until a newspaper editor gets wind of a possible story.
|The Fuller Brush Man 1948 N/R, 93 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Action / Adventure
Director: S. Sylvan Simon
Cast: Red Skelton, Janet Blair, Don McGuire, Adele Jergens, Ross Ford, Hillary Brooke, Trudy Marshall, Nicholas Joy, Donald Curtis, Arthur Space, Stanley Andrews, Kernan Cripps, Cliff Clark, Selmer Jackson, Chuck Hamilton
A novice door-to-door salesman Red Jones (Red Skelton) gets involved in a murder plot while he earnestly tries to ply his trade. One of his clients is murdered, and when Red is accused, he and his fiancee Ann Elliot (Janet Blair) become the targets of the killer.
|1. Be Yourself! (1930)|
2. Black Eagle (1948)
3. Flame of Araby (1951)
4. Forbidden (1932)
5. The Fuller Brush Man (1948)
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