RED HAIRED ALIBI (1932) Merna Kennedy - Grant Withers - Shirley Temple

A young hotel sales-girl becomes the paid companion of a man in New York. Little does she know that he is a notorious gangster and she will become involved in all manner of mystery and intrigue.

This film is directed by Christy Cabanne and features Merna Kennedy, Theodore von Eltz and Grant Withers in the main roles. Shirley Temple makes a very early appearance.

A BOY A GIRL AND A DOG (1946) Jerry Hunter - Sharyn Moffet - Lionel Stander

In World War II a young boy and girl find a lost dog and take it home. They live in an appartment building with a no pets rule so they hide the dog in an abandoned appartment. When a roober breaks in and the dog attacks, blowing his cover, he is enlisted in the K9 Corps and serves in the war effort.

THE PANTHER'S CLAW (1942) Sidney Bl…

"The Black Panther" is a blackmailer who stalks many people in an opera company. A police detective strives to catch him and put him away.

Directed by William Beaudine

BIG NEWS (1929) Carole Lombard - Robert Armstrong

A report, who has a sakey marriage due to his drinking, is falsely accused of murder.

THE SCARLET CAR (1917) Lon Chaney

A bank clerk is accused of stealing a large amount of funds. While he hides out, he goes a bit mad thinking he is his famous ancestor, due to a bump on the head. Will the real theives get away with it.

Music: Kevin MacLeod

OUR TOWN (1940) William Holden - Martha Scott

Our Town is a 1940 film adaptation of a play of the same name by Thornton Wilder starring William Holden, Martha Scott, Fay Bainter, Beulah Bondi, Thomas Mitchell, Guy Kibbee and Frank Craven. It was adapted by Harry Chandlee, Craven and Wilder. It was directed by Sam Wood. The movie was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture. Scott, who repeated her stage role as Emily Webb, was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress, and Aaron Copland was nominated for Best Score.

THE SCARLET LETTER (1934) Colleen Moore - Alan Hale

The first sound adaptation of the Nathaniel Hawthorne classic. Produced by Majestic Pictures ("The Vampire Bat", "World Gone Mad", "The Phantom Express")

JANE EYRE (1934) Virginia Bruce - Colin Clive

This is the first talking film adaptation of the often filmed Charlotte Bronte classic. Produced on a low budget by Monogram Pictures and directed by the prolific Christy Cabanne with a script by Adele Comandini.

Jane Eyre is an orphan raised by her aunt until she takes the post of governess to the ward of Edward Rochester at Thornfield Hall. Almost immediately Jane is attracted to the intellegent, tormented Rochester, who happens to be twice her age. Things become complicated when Rochester invites the wealthy Lady Blanche Ingram to stay at the Hall.

HIS DOUBLE LIFE (1933) Lillian Gish - Roland Young

When a reclusive artist's valet dies the body is mistake for his, He takes on the rolwe of his valet and begins to lead a double life. This is a long forgotton screwball comedy gem.

SPOOKS RUN WILD (1941) Bela Lugosi - The East Side Kids

The boys are sent to a holiday camp and manage to escape for the night. While wondering around a graveyard, one of the boys gets shot and they go to the old mansion for help, where they meet Bela Lugosi. There just happens to be an escaped, mad killer on the loose. Is it Bela? Watch the boys find out as they explore the haunted mansion's secret passages.


After a drunk reports seeing a weird creature in the river a number of people disappear. Investgators searching for illegal traps find that it is a giant monster that has devoured the missing people.

This is a classic of the B-Movie Sci Fi genre. Produced by Gene Corman and Directed by Bernard Kowalski

THE MONSTER WALKS (1932) Mischa Auer - Rex Lease

This 'Old Dark House' mystery in the vein of "The Cat And The Canary" tells the story of a scientist who dies and leaves his estate to his daughter. The estate will be divided amongst his other relatives if she doesn't live past a certain time. There is a plot to kill her, complicated by the 'ape' that the scientist performed experiments on.

Directed by Frank R Strayer (Vampire Bat, Condemned to Live, Murder at Midnight, etc.)

THE SPHINX (1933) Lionel Atwill

A mute man is witnessed committing murder. However the witnesses swear he spoke to them. Lionel Atwill stars in this Monogram suspense thriller directed by Phil Rosen.

EYES IN THE NIGHT (1942) Edward Arnold - Donna Reed

Film Noir in which a blind detective and his seeing-eye dog investigate a crime and uncover a Nazi plot. Stars: Edward Arnold, Donna Reed, Anne Harding, Reginald Denny, Barry Nelson, Stanley Ridges and Mantan Moreland. Directed by Fred Zinneman