|The Flying Saucer 1950 N/R, 65 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Thriller
Director: Mikel Conrad
Cast: Mikel Conrad, Pat Garrison, Hantz von Teuffen, Lester Sharpe, Russell Hicks, Frank Darien, Denver Pyle, Roy Engel, Garry Owen, Virginia Hewitt, George Baxter, Robert Boon, Earle Lyon, Philip Morris, Robert Boon
Playboy Mike Trent (Mikel Conrad) and Special Agent Vee Langley (Pat Garrison) search Alaska's pubs for any information from possible eyewitnesses to a UFO sighting. The "UFO" is discovered to be a Russian aircraft, and Soviet spies have their own use for the "UFO."
|Seven Keys to Baldpate 1935 N/R, 69 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Mystery / Romance / Thriller
Director: William Hamilton
Cast: Gene Raymond, Margaret Callahan, Eric Blore, Erin O'Brien-Moore, Moroni Olsen, Henry Travers, Grant Mitchell, Harry Beresford, Emma Dunn, Walter Brennan, Ray Mayer, Erville Alderson, Murray Alper, Philip Morris, Monte Vandergrift
A writer, William Magee (Gene Raymond), makes a bet that he can complete his novel within 24 hours after checking into the Baldpate Inn. Once he arrives at the hotel, he encounters others holding keys to the inn–including gangster Max the Monk (Murray Alper), detective Harrison Boulton (Eric Blore), distressed Mary Norton (Margaret Callahan), and Myra Thornhill (Erin O'Brien-Moore). All of them are searching for a cache of money, and, as murders ensue, Magee becomes involved in solving the mystery.
|1. The Flying Saucer (1950)|
2. Seven Keys to Baldpate (1935)
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