|20,000 Years in Sing Sing 1933 N/R, 77 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery
Director: Michael Curtiz
Cast: Spencer Tracy, Bette Davis, Lyle Talbot, Sheila Terry, Louis Calhern, Grant Mitchell, Arthur Byron, Warren Hymer, Spencer Charters, Harold Huber, Arthur Hoyt, G. Pat Collins, Edward McNamara, Phillip Morris, Harry Strang
Life in Sing Sing prison is depicted as Bette Davis plays the role of Fay Wilson, the loyal woman who gives her life and love to Tom Connors (Spencer Tracy).
|Black Gold 1936 N/R, 58 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Romance
Director: Russell Hopton
Cast: Frankie Darro, LeRoy Mason, Gloria Shea, Berton Churchill, Stanley Fields, Frank Shannon, George Cleveland, Fred "Snowflake" Toones, Dewey Robinson, Slim Whitaker, Carleton Young, Horace B. Carpenter, Lester Dorr, Russell Hopton, Harry Strang
J.C. Anderson (Berton Churchill) sabotages Dan O'Reilly's (Frank Shannon) oil well and kills Dan in the process, leaving Dan's young son Clifford, "Fishtail," (Frankie Darro) as owner of the well. Geologist Hank Langford (LeRoy Mason) comes to Fishtail's aid but, because of his offer, is kidnapped by Anderson. All is not lost; Hank escapes and saves the day.
|Block-Heads 1938 N/R, 58 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: John G. Blystone
Cast: Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Patricia Ellis, Minna Gombell, James Finlayson, Billy Gilbert, William Royle, Zeffie Tilbury, Henry Hall, Harry Strang, George Sorel, James C. Morton, Chill Wills, Allen K. Wood, Max Hoffman Jr.
World War I had ended years ago, but Stan (Stan Laurel) was still sitting it out on the Western Front until Ollie (Oliver Hardy) finds him and–mistakenly believing Stan is unable to walk as the result of war injuries–takes him home where the fun really begins.
|Blonde Savage 1947 N/R, 62 min.|
Genre: Fantasy / Adventure / Action
Director: Steve Sekely
Cast: Leif Erickson, Gale Sherwood, Veda Ann Borg, Douglass Dumbrille, Frank Jenks, Matt Willis, Ernest Whitman, Cay Forrester, John Dehner, Art Foster, Alex Frazer, James Logan, Eve Whitney, Harry Strang
After a diamond mine owner, Mark Harper (Douglass Dumbrille), hires Steve (Leif Erickson) and Hoppy (Frank Jenks) to scout an area in the jungle, they find a tribe led by blonde princess Meelah (Gale Sherwood). It turns out that Meelah's parents had been killed by Harper, and now Steve–who has fallen in love with Meelah–helps Meelah prove Harper's guilt.
|Born to Dance 1936 N/R, 105 min.|
Genre: Musical / Comedy
Director: Roy Del Ruth
Cast: Eleanor Powell, James Stewart, Virginia Bruce, Una Merkel, Sid Silvers, Frances Langford, Buddy Ebsen, Reginald Gardiner, Raymond Walburn, Alan Dinehart, Dennis O'Keefe, James Flavin, Jonathan Hale, Barnett Parker, Harry Strang
Sailors Ted (James Stewart), Mush (Buddy Ebsen), and Gunny (Sid Silvers) romance their girlfriends Nora (Eleanor Powell), Peppy (Frances Langford), and Jenny (Una Merkel) while on shore leave. This musical revue, highlighting the creative talents of the great Cole Porter, features delightful dance scenes. "I've Got You under My Skin" was nominated for an Oscar for Best Song.
|Buck Privates 1941 N/R, 82 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Musical
Director: Arthur Lubin
Cast: Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, The Andrews Sisters, Lee Bowman, Alan Curtis, Jane Frazee, Nat Pendleton, Samuel S. Hinds, Harry Strang, Shemp Howard, Nella Walker, Leonard Elliott, M.J. Frankovich, Dora Clement, Jean Brooks
Slicker Smith (Bud Abbott) and Herbie Brown (Lou Costello) are con men who, in order to escape from being jailed, sign up for the Army. At boot camp, they must deal with the drill instructor who had been the cop ready to send them to jail. Now, the fun begins as they try to outwit their nemesis The Andrews Sisters perform "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" and "I'll Be Seeing You in Apple Blossom Time."
|Calling Philo Vance 1940 N/R, 62 min.|
Director: William Clemens
Cast: James Stephenson, Margot Stevenson, Henry O'Neill, Edward Brophy, Ralph Forbes, Donald Douglas, Martin Kosleck, Sheila Bromley, Jimmy Conlin, Edward Requello, Creighton Hale, Harry Strang
This updated remake of the successful "The Kennel Murder Case" brought this series of Philo Vance films to an end, with a new Vance (James Stephenson). Another, shorter series would follow in 1947. A designer of warplane equipment is murdered and Vance, who is now a government investigator, is on the trail of the killer.
|Centennial Summer 1946 N/R, 102 min.|
Director: Otto Preminger
Cast: Jeanne Crain, Cornel Wilde, Linda Darnell, William Eythe, Walter Brennan, Constance Bennett, Dorothy Gish, Barbara Whiting, Harry Strang, Kathleen Howard
Jerome Kern songs highlight this film. It was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Musical Score and Best Song ("All Through the Day"). The story is about the Rogers family and is set amidst the 1877 centennial celebration in Philadelphia.
|Charlie Chan at the Race Track 1936 N/R, 70 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama / Comedy / Thriller
Director: H. Bruce Humberstone
Cast: Warner Oland, Keye Luke, Helen Wood, Thomas Beck, Alan Dinehart, Gavin Muir, Paul Fix, Jonathan Hale, George Irving, Frankie Darro, Gloria Roy, G.P. Huntley, Frank Coghlan Jr., Harry Strang, Holmes Herbett
Charlie Chan's (Warner Oland), racehorse owner friend, Major Kent (George Irving), is found dead in the stall of his championship horse while traveling via steamship from Australia to California. The ship stops at Hawaii, Charlie investigates, and determines that Kent's death was murder. With help from his son Lee (Keye Luke), Charlie uncovers an international gambling ring involved in the drugging of racehorses to fix races.
|Charlie Chan in Shanghai 1935 N/R, 70 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama
Director: James Tinling
Cast: Warner Oland, Irene Hervey, Jon Hall, Russell Hicks, Keye Luke, Halliwell Hobbes, Neil Fitzgerald, Harry Strang, Pat O'Malley, Frederick Vogeding, Max Wagner, Lynn Bari, Russell Hopton
An opium smuggling gang in Charlie Chan's (Warner Oland) hometown in China becomes the target of Charlie's investigation when he returns for a visit. Charlie's Number One Son, Lee (Keye Luke), is on hand to help, which is good because Charlie trusts no one involved in the official investigation. By story's end, Charlie does uncover the identity of the gang leader.
|Danger on Wheels 1940 N/R, 61 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Christy Cabanne
Cast: Richard Arlen, Andy Devine, Peggy Moran, Vinton Haworth, Herbert Corthell, Harry C. Bradley, Sandra King, Landers Stevens, John Holmes, Jack Rice, Mary Treen, Eddy Chandler, Fred Santley, Eddie Fetherston, Harry Strang
"Pop" O'Shea (Herbert Corthell) and his mechanic "Guppy" Wexel (Andy Divine) are working on an experimental oil-fueled auto engine for car racing when their car is in an accident that nearly destroys the engine. Larry Taylor (Richard Arlen) has plans of his own for the oil-fueled engine and secretly installs it in his race car. He enters a race with the engine, wins the race–and the girl (Peggy Moran) as well.
|The Dark Hour 1936 N/R, 72 min.|
Director: Charles Lamont
Cast: Ray Walker, Irene Ware, Berton Churchill, Hedda Hopper, Hobart Bosworth, E.E. Clive, William V. Mong, Harold Goodwin, Aggie Herring, Kathryn Sheldon, Harry Strang, Fred Kelsey
Based on a Sinclair Gluck novel, "The Last Trap," this is the story of two able, but very different, detectives (Ray Walker and Berton Churchill) working on a murder case in an old, dark house.
|The Death Kiss 1932 N/R, 74 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Comedy
Director: Edwin L. Marin
Cast: David Manners, Adrienne Ames, Bela Lugosi, John Wray, Edward Van Sloan, Vince Barnett, Wade Boteler, Harry Strang, Paul Porcasi, Harold Minjir, Alexander Carr, Edward Van Sloan, Barbara Bedford, Al Hill, Harold Waldridge
During the filming of a mystery, one of the actors is murdered. When the film's leading lady Marcia Lane (Adrienne Ames) is arrested for the crime, the film's screenwriter Franklin Drew (David Manners) begins to investigate. The suspects include the studio chief Leon A. Grossmith (Alexander Carr), studio executive Joseph Steiner (Bela Lugosi), and the film's director Tom Avery(Edward Van Sloan).
|Detour 1945 N/R, 67 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Edgar G. Ulmer
Cast: Tom Neal, Ann Savage, Claudia Drake, Edmund MacDonald, Tim Ryan, Esther Howard, Roger Clark, Pat Gleason, Don Brodie, Harry Strang, Eddie Hall
Al Roberts (Tom Neal) performs as a pianist in a NYC nightclub. After his girlfriend leaves for L.A., Al decides to follow her and hitchhikes his way west. When the man who gave Al a lift dies, Al, fearing that he will be blamed, buries the body and takes the man's identity. Continuing his journey in the dead man's car, Al picks up another hitchhiker, Vera (Ann Savage), who figures out Al's deception, and, under the threat of blackmail, he gets in ever-deeper trouble when he must join in on her scheme. Cheaply made in six days, this classic film noir has rightly become a cult favorite.
|Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome 1947 N/R, 65 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Mystery / Thriller
aka: Dick Tracy Meets Karloff
Dick Tracy's Amazing Adventure
Director: John Rawlins
Cast: Boris Karloff, Ralph Byrd, Anne Gwynne, Edward Ashley, Lyle Latell, Skelton Knaggs, Tony Barrett, Joseph Crehan, Jason Robards Sr., June Clayworth, James Nolan, Milton Parsons, Lex Barker, Robert Bray, Harry Strang
Dastardly criminal Gruesome (Boris Karloff) uses gas bombs to paralyze victims while he robs banks. When Gruesome accidentally inhales the gas, the police believe that he has died and take him to the morgue. When Gruesome awakens, he escapes and is preparing for more robberies–until Dick Tracy (Ralph Byrd) and his sidekick Pat Patton (Lyle Latell) come to the rescue.
|Dick Tracy's Dilemma 1947 N/R, 60 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Mystery
Director: John Rawlins
Cast: Ralph Byrd, Lyle Latell, Kay Christopher, Jack Lambert, Ian Keith, Tony Barrett, Tom Keene, Jason Robards Sr., Harry Strang, Bernadene Hayes, Jimmy Conlin, William B. Davidson, Al Bridge, Sean McClory, Charles Marsh
Chester Gould's comic-strip characters are back–this time Ralph Byrd again takes on the title role of Dick Tracy who must contend with Steve "The Claw" Michel (Jack Lambert) whose hand is a steel claw. The Claw steals furs, and Humphrey (Charles Marsh), who owns Flawless Furs, is a victim. Tracy and his sidekick Pat Patton (Lyle Latell) are in pursuit, and the end comes when The Claw accidentally gets hooked on a live wire from a trolley and electrocutes himself.
|Fallen Angel 1945 N/R, 97 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Romance
Director: Otto Preminger
Cast: Alice Faye, Linda Darnell, Dana Andrews, Charles Bickford, John Carradine, Bruce Cabot, Anne Revere, Percy Kilbride, Olin Howland, Hal Taliaferro, Harry Strang, J. Farrell MacDonald, Garry Owen, William Haade, Paul E. Burns
Dana Andrews plays the villain, Eric Stanton, hatching the devious plot to marry wealthy spinster June Mills (Alice Faye), take her money, and then divorce her. This will give him the money he needs to take up with diner waitress Stella (Linda Darnell) who will have nothing to do with Eric unless he has money. Plans go awry when, after Eric marries June, Stella is found murdered. Eric is the chief suspect in the murder case, and, with June by his side, he investigates to uncover the murderer whose identity will prove shocking.
|The Fatal Hour 1940 N/R, 67 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Horror
aka: Mr. Wong at Headquarters
Director: William Nigh
Cast: Boris Karloff, Marjorie Reynolds, Charles Trowbridge, Craig Reynolds, Frank Puglia, Jason Robards Sr., Grant Withers, Nick Copeland, Harry Strang, Lita Chevret, Jack Kennedy, Richard Loo, Hooper Atchley, C.E. Anderson, Paul Scardon
Police Captain Street's (Grant Withers) best friend, a police officer, is murdered, and Mr. Wong (Boris Karloff) investigates. The clues lead to Frank Belden Jr. (Craig Reynolds), and the trail takes Mr. Wong to a jewelry smuggling ring. More murders take place before Mr. Wong tracks down the smuggling ring on San Francisco's waterfront.
|The Ghost Walks 1934 N/R, 69 min.|
Director: Frank R. Strayer
Cast: John Miljan, June Collyer, Richard Carle, Spencer Charters, Henry Kolker, Johnny Arthur, Donald Kirke, Eve Southern, Douglas Gerrard, Wilson Benge, Harry Strang
One dark and stormy night a playwright, a theatrical producer, and a secretary seek refuge in the home of the playwright's fiancee where the lights mysteriously fail during dinner, and a ghost takes over the evening's mysterious events.
|The Lady from Shanghai 1947 N/R, 87 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Horror / Thriller
Director: Orson Welles
Cast: Orson Welles, Rita Hayworth, Everett Sloane, Glenn Anders, Ted de Corsia, Erskine Sanford, Gus Schilling, Harry Shannon, Carl Frank, Louis Merrill, Evelyn Ellis, Maynard Holmes, Milton Kibbee, Dorothy Vaughan, Harry Strang
After saving Elsa (Rita Hayworth) from thieves in Central Park, Irish adventurer Michael O'Hara (Orson Welles) signs on as a crew member on her husband Arthur Bannister's (Everett Sloane) yacht. As they sail to San Francisco, they pick up Arthur's partner George Grisby (Glenn Anders) who wants to fake his own death. Michael agrees to help but ends up the foil in a bizarre murder scheme. Errol Flynn's yacht, "Zaca," was used in the seagoing scenes of this film.
|Laura 1944 N/R, 88 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama / Thriller / Romance
Director: Otto Preminger
Cast: Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews, Clifton Webb, Vincent Price, Judith Anderson, Dorothy Adams, Grant Mitchell, James Flavin, Kathleen Howard, Clyde Fillmore, Lane Chandler, Harry Strang, Cara Williams, Kay Linaker, Frank LaRue
When beautiful socialite Laura (Gene Tierney) is thought to be murdered, Detective Mark MacPherson (Dana Andrews) is assigned to the case and develops a compulsive attraction for Laura through her portrait. As he investigates Laura's past while reading her diary and letters, Mark falls in love with her, and one night the real Laura opens the door and walks into the room. Based on the novel by Vera Caspary.
|The Little Colonel 1935 N/R, 80 min.|
Director: David Butler
Cast: Shirley Temple, Lionel Barrymore, Bill Robinson, Evelyn Venable, John Lodge, Sidney Blackmer, Hattie McDaniel, Frank Darien, Harry Strang, Alden "Stephen" Chase
Shirley Temple sings and dances her way through this movie set in the South during Reconstruction following the Civil War.
|Merrily We Go to Hell 1932 N/R, 78 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Dorothy Arzner
Cast: Fredric March, Sylvia Sidney, Adrienne Allen, Richard "Skeets" Gallagher, Kent Taylor, Cary Grant, George Irving, Esther Howard, Florence Britton, Charles Coleman, Harry Cording, Edwin Maxwell, Dennis O'Keefe, Harry Strang, Theresa Harris
A young heiress, Joan Prentice (Sylvia Sidney), marries dashing reporter Jerry Corbett (Fredric March) and–too late–discovers his problem with alcohol. Adding to the problem is Claire (Adrienne Allen) who has her eyes set on Jerry and works to get him away from Joan. Joan gets fed up, leaves Jerry, and returns to her father's (George Irving) home. Now, Joan learns that she is pregnant, and Jerry, meanwhile, dumps Claire when he realizes that he really loves Joan. Love does conquer all of the problems, and Jerry swears off alcohol in order to build a life together with Joan.
|Mr. Moto Takes a Vacation 1939 N/R, 65 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama / Action / Thriller
Director: Norman Foster
Cast: Peter Lorre, Joseph Schildkraut, Lionel Atwill, Virginia Field, John "Dusty" King, Iva Stewart, Victor Varconi, John Bleifer, Harry Strang, John Davidson, G.P. Huntley, Honorable Wu, Morgan Wallace, Anthony Warde, Stanley Blystone
This is the final in the series of J.P. Marquand's clever, polite Mr. Moto played by Peter Lorre. Mr. Moto guards the crown of the Queen Of Sheba, which is on its way to a museum. But the master thief is nearby. A good finale to the successful and entertaining series.
|Once Upon a Time 1944 N/R, 88 min.|
Director: Alexander Hill
Cast: Cary Grant, Janet Blair, James Gleason, Ted Donaldson, William Demarest, Howard Freeman, Art Baker, Paul Stanton, Harry Strang, Billy Bevan, Eddie Acuff
A small boy, Pinky Thompson (Ted Donaldson), has a caterpillar that can dance, and it does not take long for a theatrical producer (Cary Grant) to figure out how to make money off of the dancing insect.
|The Outlaw 1943 N/R, 115 min.|
Genre: Western / Drama / Romance
Director: Howard Hughes
Cast: Jack Buetel, Jane Russell, Thomas Mitchell, Walter Huston, Mimi Aguglia, Joe Sawyer, Ben Johnson, Emory Parnell, Harry Strang, Martin Garralaga, Gene Rizzi, Dickie Jones, Ted Mapes, William Newell, Edward Peil Sr.
Billy the Kid (Jack Buetel) has stolen Doc Holliday's (Walter Huston) horse, and Sheriff Pat Garrett (Thomas Mitchell) wants to put him behind bars. Meanwhile, Doc becomes a friend of Billy and brings him to his ranch to escape arrest. At the ranch, Billy meets Doc's mistress Rio (Jane Russell), and romance blooms. Gunfights ensue as Doc helps Billy evade the law, and they ride through the desert with Garrett and his posse in pursuit.
|Phantom from Space 1953 N/R, 72 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Thriller
Director: W. Lee Wilder
Cast: Ted Cooper, Rudolph Anders, Noreen Nash, Harry Landers, James Seay, Jack Daly, Lela Nelson, Dick Sands, Michael Mark, Steven Clark, Harry Strang, Tom Daly, Steve Acton, Burt Wenland, Bert Arnold
An alien (Dick Sands) crash-lands in California and kills two people who are spooked by him. While being chased by agent Hazen (Ted Cooper) and LAPD lieutenant Bowers (Harry Landers), the extraterrestrial fugitive takes off the spacesuit and guess what: the alien is invisible. But the creature has one fatal flaw that should prove useful to the authorities.
|Phantom Ranger 1938 N/R, 54 min.|
Director: Sam Newfield
Cast: Tim McCoy, Suzanne Kaaren, Karl Hackett, John St. Polis, John Merton, Harry Strang, Charles King, Edward Earle, Robert Frazer, Tom London, Richard Cramer, Horace B. Carpenter
A government engraver, Pat (John St. Polis), has been kidnapped by a gang of counterfeiters who expect his help in producing counterfeit money. Agent Tim (Tim McCoy) infiltrates the gang and, with the help of Pat's daughter (Suzanne Kaaren), brings the gang members to justice.
|Secrets of the Lone Wolf 1941 N/R, 62 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama / Romance
Director: Edward Dmytryk
Cast: Warren William, Ruth Ford, Roger Clark, Victor Jory, Eric Blore, Thurston Hall, Fred Kelsey, Victor Kilian, Marlo Dwyer, John Harmon, Lester Sharpe, Irving Mitchell, Joe McGuinn, Walter Sande, Harry Strang
A pretty good episode in the series as our hero Michael Lanyard (Warren William), who is also known as The Lone Wolf, has problems when his trusty butler Jamison (Eric Blore) is mistaken for his boss by jewel thieves. The butler is forced to aid in the theft of the Napoleon jewels, which have been entrusted to the Lone Wolf's protection during a steamship voyage.
|Sinister Journey 1948 N/R, 59 min.|
Director: George Archainbaud
Cast: William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand Brooks, Elaine Riley, John Kellogg, Don Haggerty, Stanley Andrews, Harry Strang, Herbert Rawlinson, John Butler
With the railroad for a setting, Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) comes to the aid of Lee Garvin (John Kellogg) who has been arrested for murder.
|Society Lawyer 1939 N/R, 78 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Musical
Director: Edwin L. Marin
Cast: Walter Pidgeon, Leo Carrillo, Virginia Bruce, Lee Bowman, Edward Brophy, Eduardo Ciannelli, Harry Strang, Frances Mercer, Clarence Kolb, Pierre Watkin, Ian Wolfe, Paul Guilfoyle, Ann Morriss, Herbert Mundin, Frank M. Thomas
This is a remake of "Penthouse," Arthur Somers Roche's story about lawyer Christopher Durant's (Walter Pidgeon) involvement with underworld characters when he agrees to defend his friend Phil Siddall (Lee Bowman) on a murder charge. Durant uses the help of Pat Abbott (Virginia Bruce) and crime boss Tony Gazotti (Leo Carrillo) to prove Siddall's innocence.
|Star Reporter 1939 N/R, 62 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Howard Bretherton
Cast: Warren Hull, Marsha Hunt, Morgan Wallace, Wallis Clark, Clay Clement, Virginia Howell, Paul Fix, Joseph Crehan, Eddie Kane, William Ruhl, Lester Dorr, Monte Collins, Effie Anderson, Denis Tankard, Harry Strang
After gangsters murder his father, John Randolph (Warren Hull) inherits his father's newspaper and races to expose those responsible for the crime. More than a few surprises lie ahead as he sorts out clues, but the one that throws John for a loop is when he learns that the man who pulled the trigger is his own birth father.
|Twilight in the Sierras 1950 N/R, 67 min.|
Director: William Witney
Cast: Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Estelita Rodriguez, Pat Brady, Russ Vincent, George Meeker, Fred Kohler Jr., Edward Keane, House Peters Jr., Pierce Lyden, William F. Leicester, Foy Willing, Robert J. Wilke, Harry Strang, Art Dillard
An ex-counterfeiter, Ricardo Chavez (Russ Vincent), has gone straight, but now he is kidnapped by a gang of counterfeiters who want Ricardo to do their engraving. State Parole Officer Roy Rogers is on the trail of the counterfeiting gang and gets help from the sheriff's daughter Pat (Dale Evans). Songs and romance ensue while Roy succeeds in tracking down the gang, and, when Trigger is wounded, help is found from veterinarian Dr. Sparrow Biffle (Pat Brady). Songs include "It's One Wonderful Day," "Pancho's Rancho," and "Rootin', Tootin' Cowboy."
|Zorro Rides Again 1937 N/R, 210 min.|
Genre: Western / Adventure / Comedy / Romance
Director: John English, William Witney
Cast: John Carroll, Helen Christian, Reed Howes, Duncan Renaldo, Noah Beery, Richard Alexander, Nigel De Brulier, Bob Kortman, Roger Williams, Edmund Cobb, Mona Rico, Tom London, Harry Strang, Jerry Frank, Forrest Burns
James (John Carroll), the great-grandson of Zorro, becomes the new Zorro when called in to deal with a gang trying to take control of the new-construction California-Yucatan Railroad. It takes 12 episodes to get the job done in this serial.
|1. 20,000 Years in Sing Sing (1933)|
2. Black Gold (1936)
3. Block-Heads (1938)
4. Blonde Savage (1947)
5. Born to Dance (1936)
6. Buck Privates (1941)
7. Calling Philo Vance (1940)
8. Centennial Summer (1946)
9. Charlie Chan at the Race Track (1936)
10. Charlie Chan in Shanghai (1935)
11. Danger on Wheels (1940)
12. The Dark Hour (1936)
13. The Death Kiss (1932)
14. Detour (1945)
15. Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome (1947)
aka: Dick Tracy Meets Karloff
aka: Dick Tracy's Amazing Adventure
16. Dick Tracy's Dilemma (1947)
17. Fallen Angel (1945)
18. The Fatal Hour (1940)
aka: Mr. Wong at Headquarters
19. The Ghost Walks (1934)
20. The Lady from Shanghai (1947)
21. Laura (1944)
22. The Little Colonel (1935)
23. Merrily We Go to Hell (1932)
24. Mr. Moto Takes a Vacation (1939)
25. Once Upon a Time (1944)
26. The Outlaw (1943)
27. Phantom from Space (1953)
28. Phantom Ranger (1938)
29. Secrets of the Lone Wolf (1941)
30. Sinister Journey (1948)
31. Society Lawyer (1939)
32. Star Reporter (1939)
33. Twilight in the Sierras (1950)
34. Zorro Rides Again (1937)
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