|Dr. Jack 1922 N/R, 60 min.|
aka: Doctor Jack
Director: Fred C. Newmeyer, Sam Taylor
Cast: Harold Lloyd, Mildred Davis, John T. Prince, Eric Mayne, C. Norman Hammond, Charles Stevenson, Anna Townsend
Small-town Dr. "Jack" Jackson (Harold Lloyd) visits The Sick-Little-Well-Girl (Mildred Davis) in the sanitarium where she is being cared for by a quack, Dr. Ludwig von Saulsbourg (Eric Mayne), who is making a fortune off his patient. Her treatment takes place in a dark room, and Dr. "Jack" decides that sunshine–not the dark–is what she needs. As it turns out, she falls in love with Dr. "Jack" and he with her. In the process, Dr. "Jack" scares Dr. Saulsbourg by disguising himself as an escaped convict, Dr. Saulsbourg leaves the sanitarium, and the love story is allowed to continue.
|Haunted Gold 1932 N/R, 57 min.|
Genre: Western / Romance
Director: Mack V. Wright
Cast: John Wayne, Sheila Terry, Harry Woods, Erville Alderson, Otto Hoffman, Martha Mattox, Blue Washington, Slim Whitaker, Bud Osborne, Ben Corbett, Bob Burns, John T. Prince, Mack V. Wright
John Mason (John Wayne) receives a weird message telling him to return to a mine that his father left him half interest in. He arrives with his sidekick Clarence (Blue Washington) and finds the deserted Sally Ann mine–an abandoned mine shaft with secret passages. But the mine is already occupied by Joe Ryan (Harry Woods) and his gang of bandits who are holed up trying to claim the mine's gold. Also in the mine is a mysterious phantom who spies on the goings on through holes in the wall. Who is the phantom, and will John be able to thwart the bandits? Throughout the adventures, love blooms between John and Janet (Sheila Terry) whose father had discovered the mine years ago.
|1. Dr. Jack (1922)|
aka: Doctor Jack
2. Haunted Gold (1932)
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