|Amateur Crook 1937 N/R, 62 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Sam Katzman
Cast: Bruce Bennett, Joan Barclay, Monte Blue, Jack Mulhall, Vivien Oakland, Jimmy Aubrey, Fuzzy Knight, Henry Roquemore, Edward Earle, Forrest Taylor, Fern Emmett, Charles Williams, Sam Adams
After Jerry Cummings (Forrest Taylor) gives as collateral a large diamond to loan sharks (Monte Blue and Jack Mulhall), his daughter Betsy (Joan Barclay) pretends to be a thief to keep the loan sharks from running off with the diamond. But, artist Jimmy Baxter (Bruce Bennett), who is not aware of Betsy's true identity, interferes because he thinks the loan sharks are good guys.
|Bank Alarm 1937 N/R, 64 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Louis J. Gasnier
Cast: Conrad Nagel, Eleanor Hunt, Vince Barnett, Frank Milan, William L. Thorne, Wheeler Oakman, Nat Carr, Marlo Dwyer, Charles Delaney, Phil Dunham, Sidney D'Albrook, Pat Gleason, Wilson Benge, Henry Roquemore, Ed Schaefer
Federal agents Alan O'Connor and Bobbie Reynolds (Conrad Nagel and Eleanor Hunt) are in pursuit of ruthless bank robbers when O'Connor allows Reynolds to be kidnapped by the robbers. But never fear, by story's end he saves the day when he rescues her and captures the bank robbers. This is one in a series of four "G-Man" films. The others are "Yellow Cargo," "Navy Spy," and "The Gold Racket."
|Breed of the Border 1933 N/R, 58 min.|
aka: Speed Brent Wins
Director: Robert N. Bradbury
Cast: Bob Steele, Marion Byron, Ernie Adams, George "Gabby" Hayes, Herman Hack, Henry Roquemore, Fred Cavens, John Elliott, Perry Murdock, Bob Card, Horace B. Carpenter, Hal Price, Joe Dominguez, Fred Parker, Blackie Whiteford
Cowboy/racecar driver "Speed" Brent (Bob Steele) is hired by bad-guy Joe (Ernie Adams) to drive him to the Mexican border. But, Brent is knocked out by one of Joe's henchmen and awakens to find that the gang has stolen bonds from Brent's friend. Brent hits the road to bring Joe and his gang to justice.
|City Limits 1934 N/R, 68 min.|
Director: William Nigh
Cast: Frank Craven, Sally Blane, Ray Walker, Claude Gillingwater, James Burke, Jimmy Conlin, George "Gabby" Hayes, George Cleveland, Henry Roquemore, Fern Emmett, George Nash
Ailing J.B. Matthews (Frank Craven) owns a railroad company that is in danger of a hostile takeover. Needing to clear his head of the pressures, J.B. takes an unplanned vacation on his private railway car and is joined by two hobos who provide the needed relief, and he returns in time to save the railroad (with help from his daughter (Sally Blane) and a reporter (Ray Walker)).
|Haunted House 1940 N/R, 70 min.|
Director: Robert F. McGowan
Cast: Jackie Moran, Marcia Mae Jones, George Cleveland, Henry Hall, John St. Polis, Jessie Arnold, Henry Roquemore, Marcelle Ray, Buddy Swan, Christian Rub
Jimmie and Millie (Jackie Moran and Marcia Mae Jones) team up as amateur detectives to clear their friend of a murder charge by finding the real murderer. A clue leading to a hidden fortune may help in their search.
|The Lion's Den 1936 N/R, 59 min.|
Director: Sam Newfield
Cast: Tim McCoy, Joan Woodbury, Arthur Millett, Dick Curtis, John Merton, Don Barclay, J. Frank Glendon, Jack Rockwell, Hank Bell, Wally West, Tex Phelps, Frank Ellis, Henry Roquemore, Roger Williams, Harrison Greene
While Tim Barton (Tim McCoy) is performing his sharpshooter act with sidekick Paddy (Don Barclay), he shoots the gun out of a robber's hand. The robber's intended victims are wealthy Knute Merwin (Arthur Millett) and his daughter Ann (Joan Woodbury). Knute is grateful and hires Tim to protect his Texas ranch that is being threatened by cattle rustler Nate Welsh (J. Frank Glendon). When Tim arrives, confusion ensues, and Newt believes that Tim has double-crossed him. Tim joins Nate's gang, and all ends happily when Tim defeats the gang, Nate's ranch is saved, and Tim and Ann can live happily ever after.
|The Singing Vagabond 1936 N/R, 55 min.|
Director: Carl Pierson
Cast: Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Ann Rutherford, Barbara Pepper, Frank LaRue, Chief Thundercloud, Niles Welch, Grace Goodall, Henry Roquemore, Allan Sears, Celia McCanon, Robinson Neeman, Marion O'Connell, Marie Quillan, Elaine Shepherd
The lovely young lady, Lettie Morgan (Ann Rutherford), has run away from home, joins a troupe of showgirls, and heads for California. The girls are attacked, but Captain Tex Autry comes to their rescue. Despite problems from outlaws Buck LaCrosse (Warner Richmond) and Utah Joe (Allan Sears), the wagon train continues on to California with Tex close behind.
|Texas Terror 1935 N/R, 58 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Romance
Director: Robert N. Bradbury
Cast: John Wayne, Lucile Browne, LeRoy Mason, George "Gabby" Hayes, Fern Emmett, Jay Wilsey, Yakima Canutt, John Ince, Henry Roquemore, Jack Duffy, Artie Ortego, Herman Hack, Tex Palmer, Tex Phelps, Frank Ball
Sheriff John Higgins (John Wayne) thinks that he has killed his good friend, Dan Matthews (Frank Ball), during an outlaw gang shootout and turns over his badge to Ed Williams (George "Gabby" Hayes). Later, John meets Dan's sister Beth (Lucile Browne) who, not knowing of the role he may have played in her brother's death, hires John as her ranch foreman. Stagecoach robber Joe Dickson (LeRoy Mason) tells Beth about John's past, and, later, John learns that Joe is the one responsible for Dan's death. John calls together a tribe of Indians to track down Joe, and, no longer feeling guilty, John is now free to fall in love with Beth.
|What Price Crime? 1935 N/R, 63 min.|
Director: Albert Herman
Cast: Charles Starrett, Noel Madison, Virginia Cherrill, Charles Delaney, Jack Mulhall, Nina Guilbert, Henry Roquemore, John Elliott, Arthur Loft, Jack Cowell, Lafe McKee, Fred "Snowflake" Toones
G-man Allen Grey (Charles Starrett) goes undercover as a prizefighter in order to catch the gang that is smuggling firearms that they steal from the government. The trail leads to nightclub owner Douglas Worthington (Noel Madison) who turns out to be the gang leader. Our hero's task becomes more difficult when he falls in love with Worthington's sister (Virginia Cherrill).
|Young Blood 1932 N/R, 59 min.|
Director: Phil Rosen
Cast: Bob Steele, Charles King, Helen Foster, Naomi Judge, Harry Semels, Henry Roquemore, Henry Hall, Hank Bell, Art Mix, Perry Murdock, Lafe McKee, Horace B. Carpenter, Roy Bucko, Herman Hack, Fern Emmett
Nick (Bob Steele) robs from the rich and gives to the poor, but, unlike Robin Hood, Nick splits his take with crooked Sheriff Jake Sharpe (Charles King). When Nick decides he wants out, the sheriff frames him. But, our hero Nick fights back.
|Young Fugitives 1938 N/R, 67 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: John Rawlins
Cast: Harry Davenport, Robert Wilcox, Dorothea Kent, Larry J. Blake, Clem Bevans, Mary Treen, Tom Ricketts, Henry Roquemore, Mira McKinney, George Guhl, Eddie Acuff, Edward Hearn, William "Billy" Benedict, Eddie Chandler, Robert McKenzie
Ray Riggins (Robert Wilcox) plans to rob his deceased father's friend, Joel Bentham (Harry Davenport), of $50,000. But the two become friends, and, under Joel's influence, Ray adopts an honest lifestyle.
|1. Amateur Crook (1937)|
2. Bank Alarm (1937)
3. Breed of the Border (1933)
aka: Speed Brent Wins
4. City Limits (1934)
5. Haunted House (1940)
6. The Lion's Den (1936)
7. The Singing Vagabond (1936)
8. Texas Terror (1935)
9. What Price Crime? (1935)
10. Young Blood (1932)
11. Young Fugitives (1938)
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