Warner Brothers "Break Downs" and "Blow Ups" 1936-1947 (1936-1948)




These are most of the surviving Blooper reels produced by The Warner Club an organisation comprising Warner Bros Stars and Crew. These reels were produced most years and shown at their annual dinner to poke fun at the mistakes that had been made during that year's productions.

Some of the people who appear
Eddie Acuff, Eddie Albert, Mary Astor, Ralph Bellamy, Humphrey Bogart, Walter Brennan, George Brent, Sheila Bromley, James Cagney, Claudette Colbert, Walter Connolly, Gary Cooper, Bette Davis, Errol Flynn, Henry Fonda, Dick Foran, Kay Francis, John Garfield, Bonita Granville, Rita Hayworth, Hugh Herbert, Ian Hunter, Isabel Jeans, Paul Kelly, Patric Knowles, Margaret Lindsay, Gene Lockhart, Carole Lombard, Paul Muni, Pat O'Brien, Hugh O'Connell, Nat Pendleton, Mary Philips, Dick Powell, Dick Purcell, George Raft, Claude Rains, Basil Rathbone, Ronald Reagan, George Reeves, Addison Richards, Edward G. Robinson, Rosalind Russell, Ann Sheridan, Sylvia Sidney, James Stewart, Rudy Vallee, Sammy White, Jane Wyman, Walter Young

Films play in this order:
Breakdowns of 1936
Breakdowns of 1937
Breakdowns of 1938
Breakdowns of 1939
Breakdowns of 1940
Breakdowns of 1941
Blow Ups of 1946
Blow Ups of 1947
Breakdowns of 1942

MARTIN KANE, PRIVATE EYE

The District Attorney Killer





Original Air Date: 1 March 1951

Series 2 Episode 20

William Gargan as Martin Kane

Ads, credits and network logos intact.

The Girl in Lover's Lane (1959)



"Too Young to Know...Too Reckless to Care..."

Two drifters arrive in a small town and get into trouble immediately.

Alfred Hitchcock Trailer Collection (2009)



A collection of Alfred Hitchcock Trailers/Featurettes.

Trailers play in this order:
The 39 Steps
Foreign Correspondent
Rebecca
Saboteur
Shadow of a Doubt
Spellbound
Notorious
Rope
Stage Fright
I Confess
Dial M For Murder
Rear Window
To Catch a Thief
The Man Who Knew Too Much
The Wrong Man
Vertigo
North by Northwest
Psycho
The Birds
Marnie
Torn Curtain
Topaz
Frenzy
Family Plot
Alfred Hitchcock Classic Reissues 1984