Two theatrical producers plan to get even with a demanding actress by tricking her into starring in the worst play they can find. Read More »
Tag Archives: Frank Woodruff
A Chicago gang led by scar-cheeked Slade carries out an audacious brokerage robbery. Read More »
A New York department store employee falls in love with a co-worker, but what he doesn’t know is that she’s the store owner’s daughter. Read More »
A small bus company run by a father/daughter team comes under attack by a group of “wildcatters” who want to put the company out of business Read More »
The fascinating Grace Herbert has many years’ experience as a professional gold-digger. Read More »
Lady, Let’s Dance (1944) Frank Woodruff, Belita, James Ellison, Walter Catlett, Musical, Romance, War
Lady, Let’s Dance was a 1944 black and white film directed by Frank Woodruff that was nominated for two Oscars. Produced by Monogram Studios, the film is unique as an ice skating musical. Lady, Let’s Dance starred ice skaters Belita, James Ellison, Werner Groebli and Hans Mauch (more commonly known as ‘Frick & Frack’) and Walter Catlett.
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Cross-Country Romance (1940) Frank Woodruff, Gene Raymond, Wendy Barrie, Hedda Hopper, Comedy, Romance
Clad only in a slip, Diane hops into a travel trailer parked outside her mother’s New York apartment, which is then driven off by Dr. Larry Smith (Raymond). Larry is heading cross-country to San Francisco, as he plans to board a ship for China where he will work with a famous doctor on a cure for leukemia.
Needless to say, Larry’s a bit surprised to find a stowaway in his trailer, and when he refuses to believe his unexpected guest is the famous Diane North, Diane gives up and tells Larry her name is Maggie Jones. No one will be surprised that as Larry and Diane/Maggie travel across the United States, they fall in love.
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