|Beloved Rogue 1927 N/R, 100 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Drama / Romance
Director: Alan Crosland
Cast: John Barrymore, Conrad Veidt, Marceline Day, Lawson Butt, Henry Victor, Mack Swain, Slim Summerville, Angelo Rossitto, Nigel De Brulier, Lucy Beaumont, Otto Matieson, Jane Winton, Rose Dione, Bertram Grassby, Dick Sutherland
Poet Francois Villon (John Barrymore) is the hero in this story about political intrigue in 15th-century France. Villon is sent into exile by King Louis XI (Conrad Veidt) after Villon insults Duke Charles of Burgundy (Lawson Butt). While escaping the clutches of Charles, Villon falls in love with the king's ward, Charlotte (Marceline Day). Later, Charles' men kidnap Charlotte, but when their evil deeds are revealed, the king bestows his blessing on Charlotte and Villon.
|Broadway to Cheyenne 1932 N/R, 57 min.|
aka: From Broadway to Cheyenne
Director: Harry L. Fraser
Cast: Rex Bell, Marceline Day, Matthew Betz, George "Gabby" Hayes, Robert Ellis, Huntley Gordon, Earl Dwire, Roy D'Arcy, John Elliott, Al Bridge, Harry Semels, Rae Daggett, Gwen Lee, Gordon De Main, Tex Palmer
Detective Breezy (Rex Bell) is wounded by Butch (Robert Ellis) and his gang in New York. While Breezy recuperates at home in Wyoming, who should come along but Butch's gang with plans to run a protection racket on the ranchers? But, Breezy will have none of that.
|By Appointment Only 1933 N/R, 66 min.|
Director: Frank R. Strayer
Cast: Lew Cody, Aileen Pringle, Sally O'Neil, Marceline Day, Edward Morgan, Edward Martindel, Wilson Benge, Claire McDowell, Pauline Garon, Gladys Blake, Henry Hall, Pat Harmon, Fred Parker
Dr. Michael Travers (Lew Cody) gains legal custody of teenager Judy (Sally O'Neil) after her mother dies. Although he is engaged to Diane (Aileen Pringle), Michael leaves on a three-year business trip to Europe, and on his return he falls in love with the now-17-year-old Judy. Whatever will become of Diane?
|The Cameraman 1928 N/R, 70 min.|
Director: Edward Sedgwick
Cast: Buster Keaton, Marceline Day, Harold Goodwin, Harry Gribbon, Sidney Bracey, Edward Brophy, Richard Alexander, Bert Moorhouse, Ray Cooke
This was Buster Keaton's last classic comedy of the silent era. In this film, Keaton plays tintype photographer Luke Shannon who desperately wants to impress Sally (Marceline Day) and earn credit as a newsman in the process. Sally works as a secretary for MGM's newsreel department, and Luke decides that the way to impress her is to get a job with the newsreel department. Pitfalls lie ahead when Luke discovers that his lack of experience with the movie camera stands in the way of finding success with this method of photography, and the result is chaos.
|The Wild Party 1929 N/R, 76 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Dorothy Arzner
Cast: Clara Bow, Fredric March, Shirley O'Hara, Marceline Day, Joyce Compton, Jack Oakie, Adrienne Dore, Jack Luden, Phillips Holmes, Renee Whitney, Jack Raymond, Ben Hendricks Jr., Alice Adair
College student Stella Ames (Clara Bow) is more interested in partying than attending classes and forms a group of "hardboiled maidens" who also love to party. When Stella becomes romantically involved with new, handsome Professor of Anthropology Gil Gilmore (Fredric March), complications ensue.
|1. Beloved Rogue (1927)|
2. Broadway to Cheyenne (1932)
aka: From Broadway to Cheyenne
3. By Appointment Only (1933)
4. The Cameraman (1928)
5. London After Midnight (1927)
6. The Wild Party (1929)
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