|City Streets 1938 N/R, 88 min.|
Director: Albert S. Rogell
Cast: Edith Fellows, Leo Carrillo, Tommy Bond, Mary Gordon, Helen Jerome Eddy, Arthur Loft, Joe King, Frank Reicher, Frank Sheridan
A grocer (Leo Carrillo) sells his store so that a crippled orphan, Winnie Brady (Edith Fellows), can get the money for a needed operation.
|Heart of the Rio Grande 1942 N/R, 70 min.|
Director: William Morgan
Cast: Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Fay McKenzie, Edith Fellows, Joseph Strauch Jr., Pierre Watkin, William Haade, Sarah Padden, Jean Porter, Edmund Cobb, Budd Buster, Jimmy Wakely
Singing cowboy Gene Autry teaches a few facts of life to a spoiled rich girl who finds ranch running isn't that simple.
|The Hills Have Eyes Part II 1985 R, 86 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Wes Craven
Cast: Michael Berryman, Tamara Stafford, Kevin Spirtas, John Bloom, Janus Blythe, Colleen Riley, Penny Johnson, John Laughlin, Willard E. Pugh, Robert Houston, Susan Lanier, Lance Gordon, Michael Berryman, David Nichols, Edith Fellows
When a bus carrying a load of bikers breaks down in the desert, some of the passengers wander off and soon are attacked by cannibals–in the same part of the desert where the Carter family ran into trouble in the original film.
|Jane Eyre 1934 N/R, 62 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Christy Cabanne
Cast: Virginia Bruce, Colin Clive, Beryl Mercer, Jameson Thomas, Aileen Pringle, David Torrence, Lionel Belmore, Edith Fellows, John Rogers, Jean Darling, Ethel Griffies, Claire Du Brey, William Burress, Richard Quine, Joan Standing
As an orphan, Jane (Jean Darling), is sent to an orphanage where she suffers cruel treatment from the headmaster Mr. Brocklehurst (David Torrence). The years pass, and the grown-up Jane (now played by Virginia Bruce) accepts the job of governess at the home of wealthy Edward Rochester (Colin Clive). Jane, at last, is happy, but that all changes when she hears unexplained screams at night and learns that Edward's insane wife Bertha (Claire Du Brey) is hidden in a room of the house. Meanwhile, Edward falls in love with Jane and asks her to marry him, but Bertha ruins their plans, and Jane moves away. Later, Bertha sets fire to the house, and Edward is blinded by the fire. When Jane learns about the fire, she returns to Edward and convinces him that she loves him.
|Music in My Heart 1940 N/R, 69 min.|
Director: Joseph Santley
Cast: Tony Martin, Rita Hayworth, Edith Fellows, Alan Mowbray, Eric Blore, George Tobias, Joseph Crehan, George Humbert, Joey Ray, Don Brodie, Eddie Kane, Marten Lamont
Two NYC cabs collide, and the occupants–Broadway understudy Robert (Tony Martin) and about-to-be-married Patricia (Rita Hayworth)–meet and are attracted to each other. Problems develop involving both Patricia's millionaire fiance (Alan Mowbray) and the Department of Immigration, which is prepared to deport Robert. But, true love conquers all.
|Pennies from Heaven 1936 N/R, 80 min.|
Director: Norman Z. McLeod
Cast: Bing Crosby, Madge Evans, Edith Fellows, Donald Meek, Louis Armstrong, John Gallaudet, Tom Dugan, Nana Bryant, Charles C. Wilson, Harry Tyler
The title song, "Pennies from Heaven," was nominated for an Academy Award in this film in which Bing Crosby plays a poor minstrel who befriends an orphan and her grandfather.
|Stardust on the Sage 1942 N/R, 65 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Musical
Director: William Morgan
Cast: Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, William Henry, Edith Fellows, Louise Currie, Emmett Vogan, George Ernest, Vince Barnett, Roy Barcroft, Tom London, Betty Farrington, Griff Barnett, Ed Cassidy, Edmund Cobb, George DeNormand
Gene Autry's voice is impersonated on the radio as a way to get cattlemen to invest in a mining operation. Now, Gene arrives on the scene with Frog (Smiley Burnette) and sets out to stop the crooked foreman, Dan Pearson (Emmett Vogan), from stealing his bosses' mine.
|1. City Streets (1938)|
2. Heart of the Rio Grande (1942)
3. The Hills Have Eyes Part II (1985)
4. Jane Eyre (1934)
5. Music in My Heart (1940)
6. Pennies from Heaven (1936)
7. Stardust on the Sage (1942)
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