Buster Crabbe in WILD HORSE PHANTOM (1944)

Billy Carson (Buster Crabbe) is a law man who lets a group of convicts escape so that he can follow them to their loot.


The classic all-midget western novelty picture. A must see for fans of B-movies.

Art Mix in THE RAWHIDE TERROR (1934)

In this fun B-Western ten years after a group of ranchers killed a couple a killer called "The Rawhide Terror" is taking revenge on the now respectable killers. The couple who they killed had two sons who were seperated around the time of the murder. While everone is looking for the new threat the brother seem destined to meet again. This film was originally set to be a western serial, but the production was halted and the nearly completed episodes were edited into a B-feature

Edward Platt THE REBEL SET (1959)

A gang of rebel beatnicks attempt a robbery.

DeForest Kelley FEAR IN THE NIGHT (1947) Paul Kelly

Bank teller Vince Grayson (DeForest Kelley) dreams that he stabs a man in an octagonal room of mirrors and locks the body in a closet. When he wakes up, he discovers marks on his throat, a strange key and a button in his pocket, and blood on his cuff. Cliff Herlihy (Paul Kelly), his police officer brother-in-law, tries to convince him it was just a dream. Then, one day, while trying to find cover from the rain, the pair finds themselves taking shelter in the strange house from Vince's dream.

Anne Baxter GUEST IN THE HOUSE (1944) Ralph Bellamy

No girl has ever been called more names! That's Evelyn...the guest...who manages to throw her pretty shadow around where any man near must see it - and when it comes to a man she grants no rights to anyone but herself!

Fay Wray WOMAN IN THE SHADOWS (1934) Ralph Bellamy

Fay Wray, Ralph Bellamy and Melvyn Douglas star in this Phil Rosen directed thriller based on a story by Dashiell Hammet. The story looks at the dark side of corruption in a small town.

Heather Angel HALF A SINNER (1940)

Bored with her everyday life, a teacher steals a car to get away and that car just happens to have a dead body in the back.

Ricardo Cortez THE INNER CIRCLE (1946)

" Hello, this is Johnny Strange of Action Incorporated. No, not Strange Action Incorporated. Johnny Strange -of- Action Incorporated. Yeah. I want to place an ad in the Help Wanted Female. Mm-hm. Wanted: secretary to human dynamo. Exclamation point. Must be blonde, beautiful, between 22 and 28, unmarried, with a skin you love to touch and a heart you can't."

Lionel Atwill THE WRONG ROAD (1936)

A young couple plan to steal $10,000 from the bank. They hide the money expecting to collect it after they have served their prison terms. However, when they are release they are followed by an investigator and former cell mates who also want to get hold of the loot.

Frieda Inescort SHADOWS ON THE STAIRS (1941) Turhan Bey

When a series of murders are discovered, the occupents of a London boarding house become suspects.

Frieda Inescort - Mrs. Stella Rosabelle Armitage
Paul Cavanagh - Joseph 'Joe' Reynolds
Heather Angel - Sylvia Armitage
Bruce Lester - Hugh Bromilow
Miles Mander - Tom Armitage
Lumsden Hare - Inspector Gregg
Turhan Bey - Ram Singh
Charles Irwin - Constable
Phyllis Barry - Lucy Timson
Mary Field - Phoebe Martia St. John Snell
Paul Renay - Choong Thi

D Ross Lederman

Written By
Frank Vosper (play)
Anthony Coldway (screenplay)

Ellery Queen THE MANDARIN MYSTERY (1936)

Ellery helps his father solve a mystery involving a very valuable stamp. This great Republic progarammer stars Eddie Quillan in the lead role.

James Whale's SINNERS IN PARADISE (1938)

A plane load of people are stranded on a deserted island.

Madge Evans
Bruce Cabot
Gene Lockhart

Paul Henreid THE SCAR (1948) Joan Bennett

A film noir exploration of the doppelganger theme. A criminal attempts to impersonate his psychiatrist double. Directed by Steve Sekely

Ricardo Cortez in POSTAL INSPECTOR (1936) with Bela Lugosi

This musical comedy action movie is the final film of Bela Lugosi's original contract with Universal Pictures, which had begun with his career defining portrayal of Dracula. It tells the story of a US postal service agent and the things that he has to contend with in his day-to-day job dealing with all the crimes and scams that can be perpetrated through the postal system.

George M Cohen SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE (Silent 1917)

George M Cohen stars in the film version of his comical mystery play based on the famous mystery novel by Earl Derr Biggers (Charlie Chan).
An Author accepts a challenge from his publisher to write an old fashioned English novel in 24 hours. He give him the only key to a remote country home so that he will have seclusion to write. The writing is interrupted when a number of people arrive with keys to the mansion and let themselves in.
This films was remade a few times in the 1920s, 30s and 40s and also formed the basis for the 1983 cult classic "House of the Long Shadows" with horror veterans Vincent Price, John Carradine, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.

Leo McCarey's LOVE AFFAIR (1939) Charles Boyer and Irene Dunne

One of the greatest romance movies from the golden age of Hollywood. Charles Boyer stars as French playboy Michel who falls in love with an American woman (Irene Dunn) while travelling aboard a ship. They agree to meet again in 6 months time but will a series of accidents stop them from making their planned rendez-vous.

Sir Cedric Hardwicke in TOM BROWN'S SCHOOL DAYS (1940)

A Hollywood version of the classic Thomas Hughes novel about a group of Victorian era schoolboys who declare war on the bullies who run their boarding school. Features Cedric Hardwicke, Freddie Bartholomew and Jimmy Lydon.

William Powell in THE KENNEL MURDER CASE (1933)

William Powell and Mary Astor star in this classic Philo Vance mystery from the novel by SS Van Dine. This film, directed by Michael Curtiz, is considered one of the greatest locked room mystery films of all time. A man is found murdered in a locked room. It is up to Philo Vance to sift through the suspects and evidence to find the murderer.

Chester Morris in TOMORROW AT SEVEN (1933)

A murderer, known as "The Black Ace", menaces a number of people staying in an old dark mansion. This 1933 picture features matinee idol Chester Morris as an author intent on writing a book about the notorious criminal. He visits criminal expert Thornton Drake to get more information about the case. When someone receives the killer's calling card (the "ace of spades") the mystery begins. This is a wonderfully entertaining old fashioned mystery movie with all the hallmarks - an old house, servants, guests, a dashing hero, some bumbling detectives and a murderer among them.

Boris Karloff in THE APE (1940)

Dr. Bernard Adrian is a kindly mad scientist who seeks to cure a young woman's polio. He needs spinal fluid from a human to complete the formula for his experimental serum. Meanwhile, a vicious circus ape has broken out of its cage, and is terrorizing the townspeople. The Ape eventually breaks into Dr. Adrian's lab. The Doctor manages to kill it before any harm can come to himself. However, the spinal fluids he requires to perform his experiments have all been destroyed during the struggle between him and the Ape.

Jack Nicholson in THE WILD RIDE (1960)

The Wild Ride is a 1960 American film directed by Harvey Berman and starring Jack Nicholson as a rebellious punk named Johnny who spends his days as an amateur dirt track driver in between partying and troublemaking.

Larry Semon's WIZARD OF OZ (Silent 1925)

A toymaker (Semon) makes a Scarecrow doll for his granddaughter, who asks him to tell her the story about Oz.