|Beyond the Last Frontier 1943 N/R, 55 min.|
Director: Howard Bretherton
Cast: Eddie Dew, Smiley Burnette, Lorraine Miller, Robert Mitchum, Harry Woods, Ernie Adams, Richard Clarke, Charles Miller, Kermit Maynard, Curley Dresden, Ralph Bucko, Cactus Mack, Frank O'Connor, Art Dillard, Wheaton Chambers
This is a story of intrigue between Texas Rangers and smugglers, led by Big Bill Hadley (Harry Woods), as each tries to outwit the other to attain their own goals. After Hadley discovers that the Rangers have planted Johnny Revere (Eddie Dew) into his gang to act as a spy, he sends Trigger Dolan (Robert Mitchum) to join the Rangers, and the intrigue continues.
|Cat People 1942 N/R, 73 min.|
Genre: Drama / Fantasy / Romance / Horror / Thriller
Director: Jacques Tourneur
Cast: Simone Simon, Kent Smith, Tom Conway, Jane Randolph, Jack Holt, Alan Napier, Elizabeth Russell, Alec Craig, Bud Geary, Eddie Dew, Murdock MacQuarrie, Donald Kerr, Theresa Harris
Following their wedding, Oliver Reed (Kent Smith) learns that his wife Irena (Simone Simon) believes that she is a Cat Woman as a member of an ancient Serbian tribe and has a genetic tendency to turn into a panther when emotionally aroused. Oliver tries to help Irena by getting her psychiatric help from Dr. Louis Judd (Tom Conway), but Oliver runs into major problems. The marriage is failing, and Oliver becomes romantically interested in coworker Alice Moore (Jane Randolph). Now, a jealous Irena's stalking of Alice turns into a night of terror in a swimming pool.
|The Devil and Daniel Webster 1941 N/R, 109 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Fantasy / Horror
aka: Daniel and the Devil
All That Money Can Buy
Director: William Dieterle
Cast: Edward Arnold, Walter Huston, Jane Darwell, Simone Simon, James Craig, Gene Lockhart, John Qualen, George Cleveland, Jeff Corey, Anne Shirley, H.B. Warner, Frank Conlan, Lindy Wade, Alec Craig, Eddie Dew
Set in the1840s, Mr. Scratch (Walter Huston) is the Devil with whom Jabez Stone (James Craig) traded his soul for riches. Now, Stone refuses to live up to his part of the bargain and insists on a legal trial. Daniel Webster (Edward Arnold) represents Stone in this classic Stephen Vincent Benet tale. Walter Huston received an Academy Award nomination as Best Actor.
|King of the Cowboys 1943 N/R, 67 min.|
Director: Joseph Kane
Cast: Roy Rogers, Smiley Burnette, Bob Nolan, Peggy Moran, Gerald Mohr, Lloyd Corrigan, Roy Bucko, Pat Brady, Eddie Dew, Art Dillard, Lynton Brent, Dorothea Kent, Lloyd Corrigan, Norman Willis, Cliff Parkinson
It's World War II, and saboteurs are blowing up warehouses. Roy Rogers and Frog Millhouse (Smiley Burnette) must go undercover by impersonating rodeo riders in a traveling tent show to get the bad guys and prevent them from blowing up supplies needed for the war effort. There's time for many a song, and they include "I'm an Old Cowhand," "Ride, Ranger, Ride," "Red River Valley," and "Roll Along Prairie Moon."
|1. Beyond the Last Frontier (1943)|
2. Cat People (1942)
3. The Devil and Daniel Webster (1941)
aka: Daniel and the Devil
aka: All That Money Can Buy
4. King of the Cowboys (1943)
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