Tag Archives: Margaret Lindsay
Back in Circulation (1937) Ray Enright, Pat O’Brien, Joan Blondell, Margaret Lindsay, Comedy, Mystery, Drama
There’s That Woman Again (1938) Alexander Hall, Melvyn Douglas, Virginia Bruce, Margaret Lindsay, Comedy, Mystery
The Law in Her Hands (1936) William Clemens, Margaret Lindsay, Glenda Farrell, Warren Hull, Comedy, Crime, Drama
Novice attorneys Mary and ‘Dot’ open their own practice, confident that their futures looks bright. But after months of rising debt and falling income, Mary stumbles into the employ of racketeer Frank Gordon. Financial worries behind them, Mary and ‘Dot’ start representing the dregs of Morgan’s society. But will Mary’s conscience–not to mention the intervention of her D.A. boyfriend–allow her to continue?
Gentlemen Are Born (1934) Alfred E. Green, Franchot Tone, Jean Muir, Margaret Lindsay, Drama, Music, Romance
A well-cloistered and protected-against-reality group of college students get their diplomas in the heart of the Great Depression, and quickly learn that the piece of paper the diploma is written on is worth about eighteen-dollars-a-week in the job-market…for the lucky ones. Some of them fare even worse.
Fog Over Frisco (1934) William Dieterle, Bette Davis, Donald Woods, Margaret Lindsay, Crime, Mystery, Thriller
Arlene Bradford is the quintessential high society bad girl. She’s spoiled by Everett Bradford, her indulgently wealthy San Francisco father, who’s recently become totally disgusted by her irresponsible antics. She has little regard for the law and the company she keeps. She has her investment broker fiancé Spencer Carlton involved in a stolen bond racket and flirts with local gangster types including the notorious Jake Bellow. The senior Bradford becomes concerned when Arlene begins to involve her half-sister Valkyr in her shady and highly dangerous activities.