|The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake 1959 N/R, 70 min.|
Genre: Horror / Mystery
Director: Edward L. Cahn
Cast: Eduard Franz, Valerie French, Henry Daniell, Grant Richards, Paul Cavanagh, Paul Wexler, Howard Wendell, Lumsden Hare, Frank Gerstle, Jonathan Hole
Jonathan Drake (Eduard Franz) attends his brother's funeral and finds that the head is missing from the corpse. Fearing that he is slated to be the next victim of his family's voodoo curse, Jonathan gets help from his daughter (Valerie French) and a detective (Grant Richards) to put an end to the madness.
|Night of Mystery 1937 N/R, 66 min.|
Director: Ewald Andre Dupont
Cast: Grant Richards, Roscoe Karns, Helen Burgess, Ruth Coleman, Elizabeth Patterson, Harvey Stephens, June Martel, Ellen Drew, Purnell Pratt, Colin Tapley, James Bush, Ivan F. Simpson
This remake of 1929's "The Greene Murder Case" brings yet another actor (Grant Richards) to the scene as the suave, master detective Philo Vance. Vance investigates the murder of a NY millionaire as greedy relatives seek a portion of the inheritance. After a few suspects are murdered, Vance comes up with the killer. Richards certainly was not the best Philo Vance.
|Under the Big Top 1938 N/R, 63 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Karl Brown
Cast: Marjorie Main, Anne Nagel, Jack La Rue, Grant Richards, George Cleveland, Fred "Snowflake" Toones, Betty Compson, Herbert Rawlinson, Rolfe Sedan, Charlene Wyatt, Harry Harvey, Speed Hansen
The "Three Flying Pennies" trapeze act–featuring Penny (Anne Nagel), Pablo Le Grande (Grant Richards), and Ricardo Le Grande (Jack La Rue)–draws big crowds to the circus owned by Penny's Aunt Sara Post (Marjorie Main). Problems arise when Penny and her partners do not abide by Sara's strict rules. But by story's end, they sort out their complicated relationships, and the act goes on.
|1. The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake (1959)|
2. Hopalong Cassidy Returns (1936)
3. Night of Mystery (1937)
4. Under the Big Top (1938)
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