|Blind Date 1934 N/R, 71 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Roy William Neill
Cast: Ann Sothern, Neil Hamilton, Paul Kelly, Mickey Rooney, Spencer Charters, Jane Darwell, Mary Forbes, Henry Kolker, Joan Gale, Geneva Mitchell, Tyler Brooke, Billie Seward, Oliver Eckhardt, Selmer Jackson, Charles King
Working as a switchboard operator, Kitty Taylor (Ann Sothern) has been supporting her family–Pa and Ma Taylor (Spencer Charters and Jane Darwell) and siblings Freddie (Mickey Rooney and Flora (Joan Gale)–since Pa lost his job more than a year ago. She is engaged to poor mechanic Bill (Paul Kelly) but dumps him when wealthy Bob (Neil Hamilton) finds her a job as a model for his father's department store. When Bill gives Pa a job at his garage, Ma tries to convince Kitty to go back to him because he has helped the family. Now, Kitty realizes that she is confused about who she should spend her life with and goes back and forth in her decisions before deciding who the right man really is.
|The Last of the Mohicans 1932 N/R, 230 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure
Director: Ford Beebe, B. Reeves Eason
Cast: Harry Carey, Hobart Bosworth, Frank Coghlan Jr., Edwina Booth, Lucile Browne, Walter Miller, Bob Kortman, Walter McGrail, Nelson McDowell, Edward Hearn, Mischa Auer, Yakima Canutt, Jim Corey, Joan Gale
James Fenimore Cooper's classic tale is presented as a 12-chapter serial. Frontier guide Hawkeye (Harey Carey) and his Indian friends, Chingachgook and Uncas (Hobart Bosworth and Frank Coghlan Jr.), fight against the corrupt soldiers and the evil Indian Magua (Bob Kortman).
|The Miracle Rider 1935 N/R, 300 min.|
Director: B. Reeves Eason, Armand Schaefer
Cast: Tom Mix, Charles Middleton, Joan Gale, Jason Robards Sr., Robert Fraser, Edward Hearn, Tom London, Edmund Cobb, Niles Welch, Bob Kortman, Edward Earle, George Chesebro
This is Tom Mix's final film and his first serial (of 15 episodes). Tom (Tom Mix) joins the Texas Rangers following his father's murder, taking up his father's cause of Indian rights. His immediate task is to stop the dastardly Zaroff (Charles Middleton) who is illegally profiting from Indian land.
|The Nut Farm 1935 N/R, 65 min.|
Director: Melville W. Brown
Cast: Wallace Ford, Betty Alden, Florence Roberts, Spencer Charters, Oscar Apfel, Joan Gale, Bradley Page, Lorin Raker, Arnold Gray
Middle-aged couple Bob and Helen (Oscar Apfel and Betty Alden) make a fresh start in California where Bob wants to buy a nut farm. But plans change, and when they put their money and acting skills into a low-budget film directed by Bob's brother (Wallace Ford), more than a few misadventures ensue.
|1. Blind Date (1934)|
2. The Last of the Mohicans (1932)
3. The Miracle Rider (1935)
4. The Nut Farm (1935)
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