|The Sign of the Cross 1932 N/R, 118 min.|
Director: Cecil B. DeMille
Cast: Fredric March, Elissa Landi, Claudette Colbert, Charles Laughton, Ian Keith, Harry Beresford, John Carradine, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Arthur Hohl, Nat Pendleton, Tommy Conlon, Vivian Tobin, William V. Mong, Joyzelle Joyner, Richard Alexander
The fiddling of Roman Emperor Nero (Charles Laughton) while Rome burns and Christians seeking religious freedom while facing the threat of being fed to the lions are depicted in this Cecil B. DeMille drama, which was cut down and reissued in 1944 with a World War II prologue added.
|Young America 1932 N/R, 71 min.|
Director: Frank Borzage
Cast: Spencer Tracy, Tommy Conlon, Doris Kenyon, Ralph Bellamy, Beryl Mercer, Louise Beavers, Raymond Borzage, Robert Homans, Sarah Padden, Anne Shirley, Jane Darwell, William Pawley, Betty Jane Graham, Lee Phelps, Eddie Sturgis
Orphaned Arthur Simpson (Tom Conlon) and his friend Nutty ( try to steal medicine for Nutty's grandmother and find bandits at the Jfack Doray's (Spencer Tracy) drugstore. It takes his role of preventing a robbery to allow Arthur to gain a place of respect among his friends, relatives, and community.
|1. The Sign of the Cross (1932)|
2. Young America (1932)
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