|Be Yourself! 1930 N/R, 65 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Musical
Director: Thornton Freeland
Cast: Fanny Brice, Robert Armstrong, Harry Green, G. Pat Collins, Gertrude Astor, Budd Fine, Marjorie Kane, Rita Flynn, Anderson Lawler, Jimmy Tolson, Chuck Hamilton, One-Eye Connelly
Down-on-his-luck boxer Jerry Moore (Robert Armstrong) is befriended by nightclub entertainer Fannie Field (Fanny Brice) who, with help from her brother Harry (Harry Green), turns Jerry into a prizefighter. But, in the process, Fannie's rival Lillian (Gertrude Astor) steals Jerry from her. Fannie solves the problem by setting up a rematch in which she tells Jerry's opponent (G. Pat Collins) to attack Jerry's newly straightened nose. The ploy works, Jerry loses the fight but realizes how important it is to win Fannie.
|Born to Be Bad 1934 N/R, 70 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Lowell Sherman
Cast: Loretta Young, Cary Grant, Jackie Kelk, Henry Travers, Russell Hopton, Marion Burns, Paul Harvey, Harry Green, Charles Coleman, Howard Lang, Geneva Mitchell, Guy Usher, Eddie Kane, Matt Briggs, Wade Boteler
Mickey (Jackie Kelk) got a bad start in life when he was born to unmarried, 15-year-old Letty who teaches him to lie, steal, and cheat. Now he has a chance to change his ways after being adopted by wealthy Malcolm Trevor (Cary Grant) and his wife Alyce (Marion Burns) who raise Micky the right way–despite problems from Letty.
|A King in New York 1957 N/R, 105 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Charles Chaplin
Cast: Charles Chaplin, Maxine Audley, Oliver Johnston, Dawn Addams, Sid James, Harry Green, Michael Chaplin, John McLaren, Phil Brown, Alan Gifford, Jerry Desmonde, Robert Arden, Robert Cawdron, George Woodbridge, Joan Ingram
There are some funny scenes in this satire on the 1950s' Communist witch hunts in which the king of a tiny country, King Shahdov (Chaplin) is overthrown, and he and his wife Queen Irene (Maxine Audley) move to New York. There, though he has no money, he is a hit with the status seekers. Then he sees what the 1950s are all about in the U.S.: rock 'n roll and McCarthyism.
|The Light of Western Stars 1930 N/R, 70 min.|
Director: Otto Brower, Edwin H. Knopf
Cast: Richard Arlen, Mary Brian, Fred Kohler, Harry Green, Regis Toomey, William Le Maire, George Chandler, Syd Saylor, Guy Oliver, Gus Saville
Ranch foreman Dick Bailey's (Richard Arlen) best friend and owner of the ranch was killed, and when the sister, Ruth (Mary Brian), of his friend arrives to take over the ranch, she fires him and then rehires him to fight the crooked sheriff, H.W. Stack (Fred Kohler) who has his own plans for the ranch property. Adapted from a Zane Grey story.
|The Spoilers 1930 N/R, 85 min.|
Genre: Western / Action
Director: Edwin Carewe
Cast: Gary Cooper, Kay Johnson, Betty Compson, William "Stage" Boyd, Oscar Apfel, James Kirkwood, Slim Summerville, Harry Green, Lloyd Ingraham, George Irving, Knute Erickson, Merrill McCormick, John Beck, Jack Holmes, Charles K. French
In this early Western film, gold prospector Roy Glenister (Gary Cooper) meets and falls in love with Helen (Kay Johnson) while voyaging to the Yukon. When Glenister arrives in Alaska, his partners Slapjack Simms and Joe Dextry (Slim Summerville and James Kirkwood) inform him that they are in danger of losing their mine because U.S. marshal Voorhees (Jack Holmes), Judge Stillman (Lloyd Ingraham), and politician Alec McNamara (William "Stage" Boyd) are conspiring to gain ownership of the mines in the area. Helen suggests that they take the matter to court, but that turns out to be impossible. Finally, Glenister takes matters into his own hands and whips McNamara in a powerful fistfight. 1 User Review
|orlalobo1 01/30/2007 |
| i would be happy to rate this movie if i could ever see it. i am 65 & this is the only|
gary cooper movie i have never(of sound pictures). why isn't it ever shown on
tv or out on dvd. i like the john wayne version but i really want to see the 1930 version with gary cooper.
|This Day and Age 1933 N/R, 82 min.|
Director: Cecil B. DeMille
Cast: Charles Bickford, Judith Allen, Richard Cromwell, Edward J. Nugent, Ben Alexander, Harry Green, Fuzzy Knight, Samuel S. Hinds, Wade Boteler, Billy Gilbert
Following a gangster killing, local teens take the law into their own hands and mete out justice. Interesting Cecil B. DeMille effort.
|Too Much Harmony 1933 N/R, 70 min.|
Director: A. Edward Sutherland
Cast: Bing Crosby, Jack Oakie, Richard "Skeets" Gallagher, Judith Allen, Lilyan Tashman, Ned Sparks, Grace Bradley, Harry Green, Kitty Kelly, Anna Demetrio
This enjoyable musical contains the song "Thanks." It is the story of Broadway star Eddie Bronson's (Bing Crosby) visit to a small town where he discovers talent and romance.
|1. Be Yourself! (1930)|
2. Born to Be Bad (1934)
3. A King in New York (1957)
4. The Light of Western Stars (1930)
5. The Spoilers (1930)
6. This Day and Age (1933)
7. Too Much Harmony (1933)
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