A 1934 critically acclaimed American film adaptation of Wilkie Collins' "The Moonstone" by Monogram Pictures Corporation. Adapted to the screen by Adele S. Buffington, the film was directed by Reginald Barker and starred David Manners, Charles Irwin, and Phyllis Barry. The New York Times said of it: "The Moonstone is a prime example of what can be accomplished on a small budget with a little extra time and care."
"One Frightened Night" is one of the great Old House movies directed by Christy Cabanne. An excentric millionaire, unable to find his estranged grand-daughter, decides to divide his estate among more distant relatives. The intrigue begins when two women turn up claiming to be his grand-daughter. CAST Charley Grapewin as Jasper Whyte Lucien Littlefield as Dr. Denham Mary Carlisle as The Second Doris Waverly Regis Toomey as Tom Dean Arthur Hohl as Arthur Proctor Fred Kelsey as Sheriff Jenks Evalyn Knapp as The Fake Doris Waverly Clarence Wilson as Mr. Felix Wallace Ford as Joe Luvalle Adrian Morris as Deputy Abner Hedda Hopper as Laura Proctor Rafaela Ottiano as Elvira - the Maid