Tag Archives: Mary Beth Hughes
The Ox-Bow Incident (1943) William A. Wellman, Henry Fonda, Dana Andrews, Mary Beth Hughes, Drama, Western
Men on Her Mind (1944) Wallace Fox, Mary Beth Hughes, Edward Norris, Ted North, Drama, Musical, Romance
Square Dance Jubilee (1949) Paul Landres, Don ‘Red’ Barry, Mary Beth Hughes, Wally Vernon, Musical, Western
In the early days of television, Don Blake and partner Sam are sent west to look for musicians and singers for the TV show Square Dance Jubilee. In their search they run into a gang of rustlers that change brands and then sell the cattle.
Last of the Wild Horses (1948) Robert L. Lippert, Paul Landres, James Ellison, Mary Beth Hughes, Jane Frazee, Western
The Great Flamarion (1945) Anthony Mann, Erich von Stroheim, Mary Beth Hughes, Dan Duryea, Drama, Film-Noir, Mystery
Flamarion, expert marksman, is entertaining people in a show which features Connie, beautiful woman and her husband Al. Flamarion and Connie fall in love and decide to get rid of the alcoholic husband.
Inner Sanctum (1948) Lew Landers, Charles Russell, Mary Beth Hughes, Dale Belding, Film-Noir, Mystery, Thriller
A man accidentally kills his fiancée as he exits a train. Just as the train pulls out, he drops her body on the rear platform. No one saw him do it, but someone does see him at the otherwise deserted station: a mischievous, freckle-faced boy. Later, he’s walking along a road when the town’s newspaper editor stops and gives him a lift. The editor tells his passenger that a flood has washed out the bridge. For now, there’s no way out of town, so he takes the stranger to a boarding house. Fate decrees that of all houses, this is the one where the boy lives. The boy thinks he recognizes the new boarder. The new boarder thinks it’s time to get rid of the boy. And a sexy blonde living at the house thinks it’s time to run off with a man she knows is a murderer.
Blue, White and Perfect (1942) Herbert I. Leeds, Lloyd Nolan, Mary Beth Hughes, Helene Reynolds, Crime, Drama, Mystery
In order to win back his girlfriend, Mike Shayne promises to give up his detective practice and get a job as riveter in an aircraft plant. He quickly finds himself investigating the theft of industrial diamonds from the plant’s safe and, utilizing a variety of false identities, traces them first to a dress factory and later to a Hawaii-bound ocean liner. Escaping several attempts on his life, he is able to uncover a Nazi smuggling ring, but the location of the missing diamonds continues to elude him.