Film Trailers World: 1937

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Showing posts with label 1937. Show all posts

September 07, 2015

Assassin of Youth (1937) Trailer

Assassin of Youth

Puff--Party--Tragedy!

Assassin of Youth (1937) is an exploitation film directed by Elmer Clifton.

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The journalist Art Brighton goes undercover to investigate the granddaughter of a recently deceased rich woman, killed in a drug-related car crash. The girl, Joan Barrie, will inherit the fortune of her grandmother if she is able to fulfill a morals clause in the will. Joan's cousin Linda Clayton and her husband Jack will try to frame Joan to acquire the fortune themselves.The journalist tries to save Joan and dismantle the criminal gang of marijuana-dealing youths to which Linda belongs. While the newspaper tries to show the horrible dangers of marijuana to the general public, violence scales in the town in the form of obscene all-night drug parties where anything can happen.A key concluding scene in a courtroom involves the prosecution of Joan. Just as the judge is about to pass sentence the journalist Art Brighton rushes in with evidence exposing Linda's involvement in the drug distribution. The film ends announcing Joan's engagement to Art.*Wikipedia*

May 03, 2015

Night Key (1937) Trailer

Night Key


Night Key is a science fiction crime film starring Boris Karloff and released by Universal Pictures in 1937.

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The inventor of a new top-of-the-line burglar alarm system is kidnapped by a gang in order to get him to help them commit robberies.

January 22, 2015

Hollywood Hotel (1937) Insert

Hollywood Hotel


Hollywood Hotel is a 1937 American romantic musical comedy film, directed by Busby Berkeley, starring Dick PowellRosemary LaneLola LaneHugh HerbertTed HealyGlenda Farrell and Johnnie Davis, featuring Alan Mowbray and Alan Todd, and with Allyn JoslynGrant Mitchell and Edgar Kennedy.

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Ronny Bowers, a saxophonist in Benny Goodman's band has won a talent contest an got a ten week contract with a film studio. On his first evening he is supposed to go with the studio's star Mona Marshall to a movie premiere. But this lady doesn't want to go, so the bosses decide to use for Mona a double, Virginia. When Mona finds out next morning that happened, she insisted to fire her double and Ronny. Ronny finds work as singing waiter in a drive in, and is spotted by a director of the same studio, who wants him to lend his voice for an leading actor in a musical. After the first screening the actor is invited by Louella Parsons to sing in her program "Hollywood Hotel". He accepts, but he doesn't know that Ronny Bowers does not want to lend him his voice again. So everybody starts to play his little game to solve his own problems.Written by Stephan Eichenberg <eichenbe@fak-cbg.tu-muenchen.de>

Ready, Willing and Able (1937) Insert

Ready, Willing and Able


Ready, Willing, and Able is a 1937 musical film starring Ruby Keeler and Ross Alexander

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November 05, 2014

The Toast of New York (1937) Trailer

The Toast of New York


The terror of Wall Street was a chump for this girl!


The Toast of New York is a 1937 American biopic starring Edward ArnoldCary GrantFrances Farmer, and Jack Oakie

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The story starts just before the Civil War, showing Fisk, Boyd, and Luke conning Southern townsfolk into buying bars of soap that, might, have a $10 gold piece inside. Found out, they're chased out of town and escape across the Mason-Dixon Line just as the war starts. Fisk hatches a plan for him and Boyd to return to the South and buy cotton then smuggle it to the North where Luke is to sell it to the Northern textile mills. By the end of the war they have made millions, only to find out that Luke had been re-investing their money into Confederate Bonds. This fact-based movie shows Jim Fisk as one of the greatest con-men and entrepreneur's in history. It concludes with his involvement in "Black Friday", the Financial Panic of 1869, with fellow financier Jay Gould (who's not represented in the movie) and their attempt to corner the U.S. gold market. There's a love triangle between Fisk, Boyd and Mansfield, which is also based on historical accounts. Written by AzRanger

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