|It's a Joke, Son 1947 N/R, 63 min.|
Director: Benjamin Stoloff
Cast: Kenny Delmar, Una Merkel, June Lockhart, Kenneth Farrell, Douglass Dumbrille, Jimmy Conlin, Matt Willis, Ralph Sanford, Vera Lewis, Margaret McWade, Ida Moore, Byron Foulger
The character "Senator Beauregard Claghorn" from Fred Allen's radio show comes to film. In this story, he finds himself in financial trouble and is talked into running for the state senate. Later, he learns that he is running against his own wife.
|Philo Vance's Secret Mission 1947 N/R, 58 min.|
Director: Reginald LeBorg
Cast: Alan Curtis, Sheila Ryan, Tala Birell, Frank Jenks, James Bell, Frank Fenton, Paul Maxey, Kenneth Farrell, Toni Todd, David Leonard, Frank Wilcox
The renowned master sleuth Philo Vance (Alan Curtis) is hired to provide input for a mystery magazine by publisher Martin Jamison (Paul Maxey) while also helping Martin solve the murder of his partner several years previously. When Martin is murdered Vance must figure out who killed the partner, which will surely lead to Martin's killer. This is the final Philo Vance film–at least for more than a half century and counting.
|1. It's a Joke, Son (1947)|
2. Philo Vance's Secret Mission (1947)
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