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Every Day’s a Holiday (1937) A. Edward Sutherland, Mae West, Edmund Lowe, Charles Butterworth, Comedy
Attorney for the Defense (1932) Irving Cummings, Edmund Lowe, Evelyn Brent, Constance Cummings, Drama
Chandu the Magician (1932) William Cameron Menzies, Edmund Lowe, Irene Ware, Bela Lugosi, Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Megalomaniac and would-be world dominator Roxor has kidnaped Robert Regent, along with his death ray invention, in hopes of using it to degenerate humanity into mindless brutes, leaving himself as Earth’s supreme intelligence. Faced with revealing the machine’s secrets or allowing his family to die a horrible death at the hands of Roxor, Regent’s only hope lies with the intervention of his brother-in-law, the be-turbaned yogi and magician Chandu, who has the power to make men see what is not there ‘even unto a gathering of twelve times twelve’.
A diver saves his best friend’s life but loses his own arm in doing so. Later, unable to find work because of his missing arm, he is forced to go to work for a criminal searching for lost treasures. Meanwhile his friend, who has since become a policeman, finds himself assigned to break up the crook’s operation and bring in his gang–including the man who saved his life.
Thunder in the Night (1935) George Archainbaud, Edmund Lowe, Karen Morley, Paul Cavanagh, Crime, Drama, Mystery
Most of the Fox productions of the 1930s had a “continental” flavor, and Thunder in the Night was no exception. Edmund Lowe stars as amorous Budapest police captain Torok, whose best friend Count Alvinczy (Paul Cavanaugh) has just been elected president of the Hungarian cabinet. When Alvinczy’s future is threatened by a blackmailer, Torok tries to get to the bottom of things. It isn’t long before the blackmailer is murdered, with suspicion shifting from one character to another. The most likely suspect is Alvinczy’s lovely wife Madaline (Karen Morley), but Torok wisely deduces that appearances are deceiving. Thunder in the Night was based on A Woman Lies, a play by Ladislas Fodor.