A Universal Army enlistment promotion, produced as a musical showcase for Harry James, the Andrews Sisters, Joe E. Lewis, and Donald O’Connor & Peggy Ryan. The film’s thin plot has James drafted, and joining him is the band’s lead vocalist Lon Prentice (Dick Foran), who doesn’t believe that Army training and regulations are . . . → Read More: Private Buckaroo
In the city of Suddenly, three gangsters trap the Benson family in their own house, on the top of a hill nearby the railroad station, with the intention of killing the president of the USA.
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As a train speeds through the Arizona night, a man posing as a physician holds up the baggage-car crew and escapes with a $500,000 payroll. The fake doctor, Paul Bruckner, leaves the train with his “patient” and the “patient’s wife”, who is really Bruckner’s wife Linda. The insurance company puts its best investigator, . . . → Read More: TimeTable aka Time Table
Gangster Alexander Ward, his girl friend, Gypsy Boulet, and two henchmen come to Deadwood, South Dakota with the idea of stealing a few gold bars. They enlist the aid of a local ski instructor, Gil Jackson, and plan to use him as a guide out of the territory after the robbery. However, a . . . → Read More: Beast from Haunted Cave
With their services as a combat crew no longer required, veterans Jimmy Stevens, Eddie, Mike and Ollie have become members of the “52-20 club,” happily collecting twenty dollar assistance checks every week. At the unemployment office, the fellows meet former WAVE Jean Madison, whom Jimmy playfully dubs “The Admiral.” When Jean learns that . . . → Read More: The Admiral Was A Lady
Evicted from the roof of Broadcasting House, Arthur Askey and Stinker Dickie Murdoch move into Droon Castle in Sussex. Not realising that the television equipment they discover is in use by German secret agents they do the obvious thing – put on a show.
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Harriet Green, a beloved and radiant music hall star of the Edwardian era, has a guilty secret: She has a baby daughter, born out of wedlock. Harriet leaves her public and flees to South Africa to raise her daughter quietly. The years pass, and now her daughter, Harriet Hawkes, returns to London as . . . → Read More: Evergreen