|The Gold Racket 1937 N/R, 66 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Louis J. Gasnier
Cast: Conrad Nagel, Eleanor Hunt, Fuzzy Knight, Frank Milan, Jack Duffy, Charles Delaney, Karl Hackett, Albert J. Smith, Warner Richmond, William L. Thorne, Paul Weigel, Fred Malatesta, Edward LeSaint, James Guilfoyle
G-men Alan O'Connor and Bobbie Reynolds (Conrad Nagel and Eleanor Hunt) take on the assignment of breaking up a gang of Mexican gold smugglers that is operating along the border. This is the third in a series of four "G-Man" films. The others are "Yellow Cargo," Navy Spy," and "Bank Alarm."
|Little Lord Fauntleroy 1921 N/R, 110 min.|
Director: Alfred E. Green, Jack Pickford
Cast: Mary Pickford, Claude Gillingwater, Joseph J. Dowling, James A. Marcus, Kate Price, Fred Malatesta, Rose Dione, Arthur Thalasso, Colin Kenny, Madame DeBodamere, Francis Marion, Emmett King
Mary Pickford plays both a boy, Cedric, and his mother in this tale of the rich Earl of Dorincourt (Claude Gillingwater) who, finding out that he has not long to live, sends for his heir–Cedric–despite not liking the mother because she is an American. They arrive in England, and, despite problems when an imposter claims to be the heir, Cedric helps the Earl learn compassion.
|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. Forbidden Paradise (1924)|
2. The Gold Racket (1937)
3. Little Lord Fauntleroy (1921)
4. Picture Brides (1934)
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