|Bordertown 1935 N/R, 80 min.|
Director: Archie Mayo
Cast: Paul Muni, Bette Davis, Margaret Lindsay, Eugene Pallette, Robert Barrat, Soledad Jimenez, Gavin Gordon, Henry O'Neill, Hobart Cavanaugh, Samuel S. Hinds, William B. Davidson, Arthur Stone, Vivian Tobin, Frank Puglia, David Newell
Marie (Bette Davis) kills her husband (Robert Barrat) because she thinks she is in love with Johnny Ramirez (Paul Muni). When Johnny spurns her advances, Marie frames him for the murder. Fortunately for Johnny, Marie breaks down on the witness stand and he becomes a free man.
|Crisis 1950 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: Richard Brooks
Cast: Cary Grant, Jose Ferrer, Paula Raymond, Signe Hasso, Gilbert Roland, Leon Ames, Ramon Novarro, Antonio Moreno, Pedro de Cordoba, Soledad Jimenez
Doctor Eugene Norland Ferguson (Cary Grant) and his wife, Helen (Paula Raymond) are kidnapped while vacationing in Central America. The doctor is then forced to perform needed brain surgery on a dictator–the kidnappers want the dictator to die as a result of the surgery.
|Frankenstein 1931 N/R, 70 min.|
Genre: Horror / Drama / Sci-Fi / Thriller
Director: James Whale
Cast: Boris Karloff, Colin Clive, Mae Clarke, John Boles, Edward Van Sloan, Dwight Frye, Lionel Belmore, Michael Mark, Pauline Moore, Francis Ford, Frederick Kerr, Marilyn Harris, Soledad Jimenez, Mary Gordon, Cecilia Parker
Boris Karloff plays Frankenstein's monster in this "father of horror films." It is the story of Dr. Henry Frankenstein (Colin Clive) who digs up new graves in search of body parts for his experiments in the creation of human life. Frankenstein does succeed, but the life he creates has a violent and murderous brain. When Frankenstein's fiancee Elizabeth (Mae Clarke) arrives at his laboratory with Victor (John Boles) and Dr. Waldman (Edward Van Sloan), they find an eerie scene and a totally changed Frankenstein obsessed with the creation of his monster.
|In Old Arizona 1928 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: Irving Cummings
Cast: Edmund Lowe, Dorothy Burgess, Warner Baxter, J. Farrell MacDonald, Joe Brown, John Webb Dillon, Ivan Linow, Roy Stewart, James Bradbury Jr., Fred Warren, Tom Santschi, Chris-Pin Martin, Henry Armetta, Frank Campeau, Soledad Jimenez
This tale of O. Henry's "The Cisco Kid" was the first Western talkie as well as the first sound film made outside of a studio. Army Sergeant Mickey Dunne (Edmund Lowe) is pursuing the bandit, The Cisco Kid (Warner Baxter), who is in love with Tonia Maria (Dorothy Burgess). While The Cisco Kid is away, Tonia falls in love with Mickey, and, together, they plot The Cisco Kid's demise. Warner Baxter received an Oscar for Best Actor in his role as the Cisco Kid. The film also received four Academy Award nominations including Best Picture and Director.
|Kid Galahad 1937 N/R, 101 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
aka: The Battling Bellhop
Director: Michael Curtiz
Cast: Edward G. Robinson, Bette Davis, Humphrey Bogart, Wayne Morris, Harry Carey, Jane Bryan, William Haade, Soledad Jimenez, Joseph Crehan, Ben Welden, Joe Cunningham, Veda Ann Borg, Frank Faylen, Harland Tucker, Bob Evans
Boxing manager Nick Donati (Edward G. Robinson) decides to promote a young bellhop (Wayne Morris) as the next champion. While still training for his prize fight, the bellhop knocks out heavyweight Chuck McGraw (William Haade) after he insults Donati's girlfriend Louise "Fluff" Phillips (Bette Davis), and he is given the name "Kid Galahad." Later, he falls in love with Donati's young sister Marie (Jane Bryan). Their interest in each other angers Donati, and he arranges a fight that he is sure "Kid Galahad" will lose. But, will "Kid Galahad" come through and live up to his reputation as a winner? Remade in 1941 as "The Wagons Roll at Night" and in 1962 as "Kid Galahad."
|The Law and the Lady 1951 N/R, 104 min.|
Director: Edwin H. Knopf
Cast: Greer Garson, Michael Wilding, Fernando Lamas, Marjorie Main, Rhys Williams, Hayden Rorke, Margalo Gillmore, Ralph Dumke, Natalie Schafer, Soledad Jimenez
This is the third remake of "The Last of Mrs. Cheyney." The story is about a team of jewel thieves (Greer Garson and Michael Wilding) who pose as nobility to get close to their upper-crust society victims.
|The Robin Hood of El Dorado 1936 N/R, 86 min.|
Genre: Drama / Western / Romance
Director: William A. Wellman
Cast: Warner Baxter, Ann Loring, Bruce Cabot, Margo, J. Carrol Naish, Edgar Kennedy, Charles Trowbridge, Francis McDonald, Edgar Kennedy, Soledad Jimenez, Carlos De Valdez, Eric Linden, Harvey Stephens, Ralph Remley, George Regas
Beautiful location shots enhance this definitely fictionalized biography of a real-life Mexican marauder, Joaquin Murrieta (Warner Baxter), who commits brutal crimes to avenge his wife Rosita's (Margo) death. Branded an outlaw, Joaquin joins forces with bandit Three-Fingered Jack (J. Carrol Naish), and they steal horses and guns for their army of Mexicans who join them on a rampage. Their brutality culminates in a deadly gun battle when Joaquin's friend Bill Warren (Bruce Cabot) leads a posse in pursuit of the marauders.
|The Texan 1930 N/R, 79 min.|
Director: John Cromwell
Cast: Gary Cooper, Fay Wray, Emma Dunn, Oscar Apfel, James A. Marcus, Donald Reed, Soledad Jimenez, Veda Buckland, Cesar Vanoni, Ed Brady
The "Llano Kid" (Gary Cooper) heads for South America to escape the law and becomes involved in a plot in which he pretends to be Senora Ibarra's (Emma Dunn) son.
|The Traitor 1936 N/R, 60 min.|
Director: Sam Newfield
Cast: Tim McCoy, Frances Grant, Karl Hackett, Jack Rockwell, Pedro Regas, Frank Melton, Dick Curtis, J. Frank Glendon, Hal Taliaferro, Edmund Cobb, Dick Botiller, Soledad Jimenez
Texas Ranger Tim (Tim McCoy) goes undercover in order to catch the leader (J. Frank Glendon) of a gang of smugglers. Tim infiltrates the gang, but, after a battle between the gang and the good guys, Tim is arrested. All is sorted out when his true identity is revealed.
|1. Bordertown (1935)|
2. Crisis (1950)
3. A Devil with Women (1930)
4. Frankenstein (1931)
5. In Old Arizona (1928)
6. Kid Galahad (1937)
aka: The Battling Bellhop
7. The Law and the Lady (1951)
8. The Robin Hood of El Dorado (1936)
9. The Texan (1930)
10. The Traitor (1936)
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