Jean Preston leads a party to India to investigate the disappearance of her fiance, Greg Jones, but someone manages to thwart their efforts through lies and murder. Read More »
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Arson, Inc. (1949) William Berke, Robert Lowery, Anne Gwynne, Edward Brophy, Action, Adventure, Crime, Drama, Romance
Fireman Joe Martin comes to suspect that fires occurring in the warehouse and home of a furrier may have been deliberately set in order to cover thefts. Read More »
Newspaper reporter turned detective Mike, along with his partner Eddie Tough (who used to be his photographer on the paper), and Mike’s girlfriend Joan go after some business. Read More »
A “big” western by Allied Artists standards, Cow Country is directed with his usual panache by horse-opera expert Lesley Selander. Read More »
Big Town (1946) William C. Thomas, Phillip Reed, Hillary Brooke, Robert Lowery, Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
The initial entry in the Pine-Thomas series based on the “Big Town” radio series finds Steve Wilson as a newly-hired managing editor brought on board to liven up “The Illustrated Press” newspaper. Read More »
Peggy Rooney, Yvonne Brewster, and Marie Lewis are models at Madame Celeste’s fashion house, Madame Celeste who is only the front for the business’ true designer and owner Read More »
Campus Rhythm (1943) Arthur Dreifuss, Johnny Downs, Gale Storm, Robert Lowery, Comedy, Music, Romance
Radio singer Joan Abbott, known as the “Crunchy-Wunchy Thrush”, does not want to renew her contract with the cereal sponsor Read More »
Sensation Hunters / Club Paradise (1945) Christy Cabanne, Robert Lowery, Doris Merrick, Eddie Quillan, Drama, Film-Noir
A naive young girl, looking to escape from a bad family situation, falls in love with a man who turns out to be a cad, and leads her down the road to ruin.
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Jimmy O’Brien (Robert Lowery)and Sammy Rubin (Sidney Miller), write jingle commercials for radio, and meet Mary Adams (Dona Drake), who wants to break into radio as a soloist for a band. The pair take a recording of Tommy Taylor’s band and make a a record with Mary doing the vocal. Throught an error, 10,000 pressings are made and released through the record company owned by J.P. O’Hara (Tim Ryan).
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