|Broadway Limited 1941 N/R, 75 min.|
Director: Gordon Douglas
Cast: Victor McLaglen, Marjorie Woodworth, Dennis O'Keefe, Patsy Kelly, Zasu Pitts, Leonid Kinskey, George E. Stone, Gay Ellen Dakin, Charles C. Wilson, John Sheehan, Edgar Edwards, Eric Alden, Sam McDaniel, Eddie Acuff, J. Farrell MacDonald
Film director Ivan Ivanski (Leonid Kinskey) boards the train from Chicago heading to New York with his up-and-coming star April (Marjorie Woodworth) and secretary Patsy (Patsy Kelly). Ivan wants April to take a baby with her on the trip as a publicity stunt. They find a baby and start the trip, but problems unfold when the engineer suspects that the baby was kidnapped.
|Cowboy and the Lady 1938 N/R, 91 min.|
Director: H.C. Potter
Cast: Gary Cooper, Merle Oberon, Patsy Kelly, Walter Brennan, Fuzzy Knight, Harry Davenport, Emma Dunn, Irving Bacon, Mabel Todd, Henry Kolker
Mary Smith (Merle Oberon) pretends to be her own maid when she goes on a blind date with rodeo-man Stretch (Gary Cooper). When she falls in love with him, they elope to Texas.
|Freaky Friday 1976 G, 97 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy / Fantasy
Director: Gary Nelson
Cast: Jodie Foster, Barbara Harris, John Astin, Patsy Kelly, Ruth Buzzi, Vicki Schreck, Dick Van Patten, Sorrell Booke, Kaye Ballard, Marie Windsor, Marc McClure, Sparky Marcus, Ceil Cabot, Brooke Mills, Alan Oppenheimer
Ellen Andrews (Barbara Harris) and her daughter, Annabel (Jodie Foster) have many problems getting along with each other. One Friday morning, after complaining that they think the other's life is better, a twist of magic causes mother and daughter to change roles in this delightful Disney film.
|The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini 1966 N/R, 82 min.|
Director: Don Weis
Cast: Tommy Kirk, Deborah Walley, Aron Kincaid, Quinn O'Hara, Nancy Sinatra, Claudia Martin, Basil Rathbone, Boris Karloff, Francis X. Bushman, Patsy Kelly
This final "Beach Party" movie has our wholesome group of surfers holed up in a haunted house where they meet some bizarre characters from past horror films. Some old-timers make it watchable for film buffs.
|Going Hollywood 1933 N/R, 75 min.|
Director: Raoul Walsh
Cast: Marion Davies, Bing Crosby, Fifi D'Orsay, Stuart Erwin, Ned Sparks, Patsy Kelly, Robert Watson, Lennie Hayton, Clara Blandick, Sterling Holloway
Sylvia Bruce (Marion Davies) joins a movie company and heads for Hollywood where singer Bill Williams (Bing Crosby) performs. Sylvia fell in love with Bill when she heard his voice on the radio.
|The Gorilla 1939 N/R, 65 min.|
Director: Allan Dwan
Cast: Al Ritz, Harry Ritz, Jimmy Ritz, Anita Louise, Patsy Kelly, Lionel Atwill, Bela Lugosi, Joseph Calleia, Paul Harvey, Edward Norris, Wally Vernon, Art Miles
Inept detectives (the Ritz Brothers–Jimmy, Harry, and Al) visit Peter's (Bela Lugosi) haunted house and become involved in solving a murder mystery.
|In Old California 1942 N/R, 88 min.|
Director: William C. McGann
Cast: John Wayne, Binnie Barnes, Albert Dekker, Helen Parrish, Patsy Kelly, Edgar Kennedy, Dick Purcell, Harry Shannon, Charles Halton, Emmett Lynn, Robert McKenzie, Milton Kibbee, Paul Sutton, Anne O'Neal, Art Dillard
Tom Craig (John Wayne) is a Boston pharmacist who comes to Sacramento to settle down during the California Gold Rush and is greeted with big problems from the Dawson brothers, Britt (Albert Dekker) and Joe (Dick Purcell), who run the town. After the Dawsons poison some of Tom's tonics, Whitey (Emmett Lynn) drinks it and dies. Tom is nearly lynched, but when word that Tom is helping gold miners stricken with typhoid fever reaches Britt, he rethinks his actions and confesses that he poisoned the drugs.
|My Son, the Hero 1943 N/R, 66 min.|
Director: Edgar G. Ulmer
Cast: Patsy Kelly, Roscoe Karns, Joan Blair, Carol Hughes, Max "Slapsie Maxie" Rosenbloom, Luis Alberni, Joseph Allen, Lois Collier, Jeni Le Gon, Nick Stewart, Hal Price, Al St. John, Maxine Leslie
Con-man "Big Time" Morgan (Roscoe Karns) has lied to his war correspondent son, Michael (Joseph Allen), by telling him he is a wealthy businessman. Now, Michael is coming to visit his father, and "Big Time"–with help from ex-wife Gerty (Patsy Kelly) and prize fighter Kid Slug (Max "Slapsie Maxie" Rosenbloom)–gets his hands not only a mansion but a family as well, thus increasing his chances of pulling off the deception.
|The Naked Kiss 1964 N/R, 92 min.|
aka: The Iron Kiss
Director: Samuel Fuller
Cast: Constance Towers, Anthony Eisley, Michael Dante, Virginia Grey, Patsy Kelly, Betty Bronson, Marie Devereux, Karen Conrad, Linda Francis, Barbara Perry, Bill Sampson, Sheila Mintz, Patricia Gayle, Edy Williams, George Spell
After a brutal fight with her pimp, prostitute Kelly (Constance Towers) heads for a small town and a new life. A trick with a man (Anthony Eisley), who happens to be the sheriff–and who knows all about her–makes her decide to find honest work. She takes a job as a nurse's aide caring for handicapped children and meets a respected man (Michael Dante). She tells him about her past, which he accepts, and they become engaged. But Kelly soon finds out that he has his own, even worse, secrets. Another of Samuel Fuller's intense films.
|The North Avenue Irregulars 1979 G, 99 min.|
Director: Bruce Bilson
Cast: Edward Herrmann, Barbara Harris, Susan Clark, Karen Valentine, Cloris Leachman, Patsy Kelly, Douglas Fowley, Alan Hale Jr., Ruth Buzzi, Michael Constantine
A minister and his group of church ladies clean up their town after racketeers set up their illegal business. Disney. 1 User Review
|This movie was hysterical and we loved it.||Judy 07/22/2011 |
|Pigskin Parade 1936 N/R, 93 min.|
Genre: Musical / Drama
Director: David Butler
Cast: Patsy Kelly, Jack Haley, Stuart Erwin, Yacht Club Boys, Betty Grable, Judy Garland, Elisha Cook Jr., Alan Ladd, Johnny Downs, Arline Judge
In Judy Garland's first major film, music reigns supreme amidst the spirit of college football. Watch for Alan Ladd as a student who sings with the Yacht Club Boys. Stuart Erwin was nominated for an Oscar for his Supporting Actor performance.
|Please Don't Eat the Daisies 1960 N/R, 111 min.|
Director: Charles Walters
Cast: Doris Day, David Niven, Janis Paige, Spring Byington, Richard Haydn, Patsy Kelly, Jack Weston, John Harding, Margaret Lindsay, Carmen Phillips
A move from the bustling city to the serene country is not always what is expected as a drama critic (David Niven) and his wife (Doris Day) discover.
|Private Number 1936 N/R, 75 min.|
Director: Roy Del Ruth
Cast: Robert Taylor, Loretta Young, Patsy Kelly, Basil Rathbone, Paul Harvey, Monroe Owsley, George Irving, John Miljan, Jane Darwell, Marjorie Gateson, Joe E. Lewis
Richard Winfield (Robert Taylor) falls in love with, and marries, his mother's household servant, Ellen (Loretta Young). Then, to protect the family's social status, they keep the marriage secret. 1 User Review
|Am a big Loretta Young fan and she was very young. I haven||Anonymous 11/06/2011 |
|Road Show 1941 N/R, 87 min.|
Director: Hal Roach
Cast: Adolphe Menjou, Carole Landis, John Hubbard, Charles Butterworth, Patsy Kelly, George E. Stone, Margaret Roach, Polly Ann Young, Edward Norris, Marjorie Woodworth, Florence Bates, Willie Best
Col. Carleton Carroway (Adolphe Menjou) and Drogo Gaines (John Hubbard) escape from a mental asylum and join Penguin Moore's (Carole Landis) carnival. Zaniness abounds.
|Rosemary's Baby 1968 R, 136 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller / Mystery / Romance
Director: Roman Polanski
Cast: Mia Farrow, Ruth Gordon, John Cassavetes, Charles Grodin, Sidney Blackmer, Maurice Evans, Ralph Bellamy, Elisha Cook Jr., Tony Curtis, Patsy Kelly, Victoria Vetri, Emmaline Henry, Hanna Landy, Phil Leeds, Hope Summers
Rosemary (Mia Farrow) and her actor husband Guy (John Cassavetes) move into a creepy apartment building in New York City where Rosemary begins to experience eerie situations. She has very disturbing dreams, and after one in which she is raped by something inhuman, she learns that she is pregnant. Her neighbors Roman and Minnie Castevet (Sidney Blackmer and Ruth Gordon) give Rosemary a strange potion to help her through the pregnancy. After their friend Hutch (Maurice Evans) tells Rosemary that Roman and Minnie are members of a coven of witches, Rosemary realizes that she is being victimized. Finally, Rosemary delivers a healthy baby–SATAN! Ruth Gordon won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
|Thanks a Million 1935 N/R, 85 min.|
Genre: Musical / Comedy / Romance
Director: Roy Del Ruth
Cast: Dick Powell, Ann Dvorak, Fred Allen, Patsy Kelly, Raymond Walburn, David Rubinoff, Benny Baker, Andrew Tombes, Alan Dinehart, Paul Harvey, Edwin Maxwell, Margaret Irving, Charles Richman, Lynn Bari, Harry Stubbs
Eric Land (Dick Powell) is the leading man in a traveling musical show whose manager Ned Lyman (Fred Allen) talks him into taking the place of an alcoholic candidate and running for the office of Governor of Pennsylvania. The campaigning proves disastrous for Eric's relationship with his girlfriend Sally (Ann Dvorak), and Eric wants out of politics. However, the people now love Eric, and he wins the election–and Sally as well.
|Topper Returns 1941 N/R, 85 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Fantasy / Mystery / Romance
Director: Roy Del Ruth
Cast: Joan Blondell, Roland Young, Carole Landis, Billie Burke, Dennis O'Keefe, Patsy Kelly, H.B. Warner, Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, George Zucco, Donald MacBride, Trevor Bardette, Rafaela Ottiano, George Lloyd, Duke York, Eddy Chandler
Cosmo Topper (Roland Young) is back in this final episode of the series. The fun-loving ghost of Gail Richards (Joan Blondell) seeks the aid of Cosmo in finding her killer before the killer finds her friend who was the intended victim. The search ends up in a dark, old house with all the creepy attributes. Some very funny scenes. A Special Effects Academy Award nomination was received.
|1. Broadway Limited (1941)|
2. Cowboy and the Lady (1938)
3. Freaky Friday (1976)
4. The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini (1966)
5. Going Hollywood (1933)
6. The Gorilla (1939)
7. In Old California (1942)
8. My Son, the Hero (1943)
9. The Naked Kiss (1964)
aka: The Iron Kiss
10. The North Avenue Irregulars (1979)
11. Pigskin Parade (1936)
12. Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1960)
13. Private Number (1936)
14. Road Show (1941)
15. Rosemary's Baby (1968)
16. Thanks a Million (1935)
17. Topper Returns (1941)
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