|Bulldog Drummond at Bay 1937 N/R, 62 min.|
Director: Norman Lee
Cast: John Lodge, Dorothy Mackaill, Victor Jory, Claud Allister, Hugh Miller, Maire O'Neill, Leslie Perrins, Richard Bird, Brian Buchel, Jim Gerald, William Dewhurst, Frank Cochrane, Annie Esmond, Wilfrid Hyde-White
John Lodge takes on the role of adventurer Bulldog Drummond who helps Great Britain fend off espionage agents. This time the plot revolves around the development of a top-secret British airplane.
|Kept Husbands 1931 N/R, 76 min.|
Director: Lloyd Bacon
Cast: Dorothy Mackaill, Joel McCrea, Robert McWade, Ned Sparks, Florence Roberts, Clara Kimball Young, Mary Carr, Bryant Washburn, Freeman Wood, Lita Chevret, Gregory Gaye, Eddy Chandler
Steel mill engineer Dick Brunton (Joel McCrea) meets the mill owner's daughter, Dot (Dorothy Mackaill), at a dinner party, and she is determined to marry him. They do marry soon after, and Dick quickly becomes Dot's pawn and is, indeed, a "kept husband." Unfortunately, her extravagances pose big problems. But, by story's end, Dick learns to deal with the problem, and Dot learns her lesson.
|Picture Brides 1934 N/R, 66 min.|
Director: Phil Rosen
Cast: Regis Toomey, Dorothy Mackaill, Dorothy Libaire, Alan Hale, Will Ahern, Mary Kornman, Fred Malatesta, Harvey Clark, Gladys Ahern, Esther Muir, Brooks Benedict, Viva Tattersall, Al Hill, Michael Visaroff
Five mail-order brides arrive at a remote mining community in the jungles of Brazil where all does not go as planned after the women are introduced to the harsh environment, lecherous men, and the unscrupulous mine boss (Alan Hale).
|1. Bulldog Drummond at Bay (1937)|
2. Kept Husbands (1931)
3. Love Affair (1932)
4. No Man of Her Own (1932)
5. Picture Brides (1934)
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