|The Bishop Murder Case 1930 N/R, 91 min.|
Director: Nick Grinde
Cast: Basil Rathbone, Leila Hyams, Roland Young, Alec B. Francis, Carroll Nye, George F. Marion, Bodil Rosing, Delmer Daves, Charles Quatermaine, Zelda Sears, Richard Cramer, James Donlan, Sidney Bracey, Clarence Geldart, Nellie Bly Baker
The body of "Cock Robin" is discovered with an arrow through his heart. He is one of a series of murder victims in which the killer leaves nursery rhymes in his wake. Detective Philo Vance (Basil Rathbone) goes to work and finds the psychopathic killer.
|Broken Dreams 1933 N/R, 68 min.|
Director: Robert G. Vignola
Cast: Randolph Scott, Martha Sleeper, Joseph Cawthorn, Beryl Mercer, Buster Phelps, Adele St. Mauer, Charlotte Merriam, Sidney Bracey, Phyllis Lee, Martin Burton, Clarence Geldart, Edward LeSaint, Sam Flint, Finis Barton
Robert Morley (Randolph Scott) blames his young son (Buster Phelps) for the death of his wife during childbirth and sends the boy to live with relatives. Six years later, after re-marrying, Robert decides he wants his son back. After winning a contested battle, things still aren't as they should be as the new wife (Martha Sleeper) and the boy do not hit it off. Tears flow in the audience.
|The Telegraph Trail 1933 N/R, 60 min.|
Director: Tenny Wright
Cast: John Wayne, Marceline Day, Frank McHugh, Otis Harlan, Albert J. Smith, Yakima Canutt, Lafe McKee, Clarence Geldart, Chief John Big Tree, Frank Ellis, Bud Osborne, Slim Whitaker, Artie Ortego, Ben Corbett
Army scout John Trent (John Wayne) investigates after a team working on America's first transcontinental telegraph line are attacked by Indians. He uncovers a plot by Gus Lynch (Albert J. Smith) who has stirred up High Wolf (Yakima Canutt) and his Indians by telling them that when the telegraph line is completed, their tribe will be wiped out by settlers. John does save the telegraph line and even wins beautiful Alice (Marceline Day) in the process.
|Why Change Your Wife? 1920 N/R, 100 min.|
Director: Cecil B. DeMille
Cast: Gloria Swanson, Thomas Meighan, Bebe Daniels, Theodore Kosloff, Sylvia Ashton, Clarence Geldart, Mayme Kelso, Lucien Littlefield, Edna Mae Cooper, Jane Wolfe, William Boyd
Robert (Thomas Meighan) divorces his wife, Beth (Gloria Swanson), for another woman (Bebe Daniels) only to fall in love with Beth again at a summer resort.
|A Woman of Paris 1923 N/R, 81 min.|
Director: Charles Chaplin
Cast: Edna Purviance, Adolphe Menjou, Carl Miller, Lydia Knott, Charles K. French, Clarence Geldart, Betty Morrissey, Malvina Polo, Henry Bergman, Charles Chaplin
Marie St. Clair (Edna Purviance) and Jean Millet (Carl Miller) plan to elope to Paris, but Jean's father has suffered a stroke, Jean doesn't appear, and Marie goes to Paris alone where she hooks up with wealthy Pierre Revel (Adolphe Menjou). One year later, Marie and Jean meet in Paris and become engaged–until Marie breaks it off because of Jean's mother's (Lydia Knott) pressure. Jean, torn between the two women, kills himself. The women then start life anew in the countryside.
|1. The Bishop Murder Case (1930)|
2. Broken Dreams (1933)
3. The Telegraph Trail (1933)
4. Why Change Your Wife? (1920)
5. A Woman of Paris (1923)
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