|Bad Girl 1931 N/R, 90 min.|
Director: Frank Borzage
Cast: Sally Eilers, James Dunn, Minna Gombell, Frank Darien, Paul Fix, William Pawley, Frank Austin, Sarah Padden, Irving Bacon, Louis Natheaux, Claude King, Edward Hearn, Lorin Raker, Billy Watson, Jesse De Vorska
Dot Haley (Sally Eilers) meets radio store clerk Eddie (James Dunn), and soon Dot becomes pregnant. They have many misunderstandings, but they marry, and now Eddie must find a way to provide for Dot. He takes on many part-time jobs and even moonlights as a prizefighter. But, when their baby is born, misunderstandings are resolved, and they live happily ever after. Frank Borzage won an Academy Award as Best Director and the film was nominated for Best Picture.
|Behind the Mask 1932 N/R, 68 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Horror
Director: John Francis Dillon
Cast: Jack Holt, Constance Cummings, Boris Karloff, Claude King, Edward Van Sloan, Bertha Mann, Willard Robertson, Thomas E. Jackson, Clarence Burton, Louis Natheaux, Jessie Arnold, Rodney Hildebrand, Martha Mattox, Harry Tenbrook
A United States Secret Service agent Jack Hart (Jack Holt) infiltrates a drug ring headed by an unscrupulous doctor, Dr. August Steiner/Mr. X (Edward Van Sloan) who uses caskets to store illegal drugs.
|Modern Times 1936 N/R, 85 min.|
Director: Charles Chaplin
Cast: Charles Chaplin, Paulette Goddard, Henry Bergman, Chester Conklin, Tiny Sanford, Hank Mann, Stanley Blystone, Al Ernest Garcia, Murdock MacQuarrie, Richard Alexander, Louis Natheaux, Sammy Stein
This movie was written by, directed by, and stars Charlie Chaplin. It is the last movie of the "Little Tramp" and also Chaplin's last "silent" film–although Chaplin's voice is heard for the first time when he sings a song. The humor is visual and remains timeless as Charlie meets the modern industrial age head-on.
|The Secret Six 1931 N/R, 80 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: George W. Hill
Cast: Wallace Beery, Lewis Stone, Johnny Mack Brown, Jean Harlow, Marjorie Rambeau, Clark Gable, Ralph Bellamy, John Miljan, DeWitt Jennings, Frank McGlynn Sr., Paul Hurst, Louis Natheaux, Murray Kinnell, Fletcher Norton, Theodore von Eltz
When bootlegger/cafe owner Johnny Franks (Ralph Bellamy) recruits Louis "Louie" Scorpio (Wallace Berry) to join his gang, which is run by crooked lawyer Richard "Newt" Newton (Lewis Stone), they threaten to undermine Chicago's civil order. The police chief creates a vigilante group of six to go up against the gangsters, and, with help from newspapermen Carl Luckner (Clark Gable) and Hank Rogers (Johnny Mack Brown), they set out to bring order to the city.
|Sinister Hands 1932 N/R, 65 min.|
Director: Armand Schaefer
Cast: Jack Mulhall, Phyllis Barrington, Crauford Kent, Mischa Auer, Louis Natheaux, Lloyd Ingraham, James P. Burtis, Phillips Smalley, Gertrude Messinger, Helen Foster, Lillian West, Bess Flowers, Fletcher Norton, Russ Coller, Henry Hall
Police Captain Herbert Devlin (Jack Mulhall) investigates a wealthy man's murder during a seance. There were plenty of attendees at Swami Yomurda's (Misha Auer) seance, and the detectives try to uncover who had a motive.
|1. Bad Girl (1931)|
2. Behind the Mask (1932)
3. Modern Times (1936)
4. The Secret Six (1931)
5. Sinister Hands (1932)
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