Set in San Francisco, ANNA MAY WONG stars as woman who is thrust into danger after her father is murdered by criminals involved with human trafficking. Read More »
Tag Archives: Robert Florey
Dangerously They Live (1941) Robert Florey, John Garfield, Nancy Coleman, Raymond Massey, Drama, Romance, Thriller, War
Dr. Michael Lewis treats Jane, a mysterious woman claiming to be a British secret agent on the run from German spies. Read More »
Shelby Barrett (Barbara Stanwyck) rides show horses for wealthy widow “Nicko” Nicholas (Genevieve Tobin)and meets Johnny Wyatt (Gene Raymond) Read More »
Vicki Wallace (Joan Blondell) takes great pleasure in teasing her husband,Tony Wallace (Warren William), who takes no pleasure at all in being teased Read More »
Bob Brown uses his bedside manner to charm his patients while his partner makes the actual diagnoses. Read More »
Lady Gangster (1942) Robert Florey, Faye Emerson, Julie Bishop, Frank Wilcox, Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
Dot Burton (Faye Emerson)has acted as a decoy in a bank robbery and fails to get away. Read More »
Joe is a reporter who is looking for his big break and he gets it when he takes over George Gorman’s sports column. Marty is a hood who would fix any sporting event he could and Joe keeps the pressure of the paper on him. His wife Maxine, however, wants only the finer things in life and when Joe is on the road, she becomes Marty’s Gal. That and the money that she owes Marty ends Joe’s career as a New York Register columnist and starts his new career as a drunk. But Connie, who has had a crush on Joe for years, will try to make him the reporter he once was.
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Fresh from his success with the moody melodrama Murders in the Rue Morgue, director Robert Florey dashed off The Man Called Back at bargain-basement Tiffany Studios. The film is set in the tropics; Conrad Nagel tops the cast as a dissipated, derelict doctor, hopelessly in love with married socialite Doris Kenyon. Doris’ insane husband John Halliday commits suicide, but arranges the evidence so that his wife will be charged with murder. Nagel snaps out of his drunken doldrums to prove Doris’ innocence. Watch for “the ever-popular Mae Busch” in a minor role.
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