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⁣"The Inner Circle" (1946), directed by Philip Ford, Warren Douglas stars as a private detective who lucks into hiring a seemingly perfect secretary, played by Adele Mara. However, when a notorious gossip columnist is murdered, suspicions arise about the secretary's true nature.

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⁣"Rain" (1932), directed by Lewis Milestone and starring Joan Crawford, Walter Huston, and William Gargan, is a pre-Code drama based on W. Somerset Maugham's play. The film unfolds on a South Pacific island, where a missionary (Huston) and his wife (Crawford) clash with a rowdy trader (Gargan) and a prostitute (Beulah Bondi).

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⁣"Misbehaving Husbands" (1940), directed by William Beaudine, is a classic comedy starring Harry Langdon, Betty Blythe, and Ralph Byrd. The film hilariously unfolds when a mild-mannered husband, Langdon, unintentionally causes chaos after receiving a blow to the head. His altered behavior creates a series of misadventures, leading to misunderstandings and humorous situations.

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3 Views · 2 months ago

⁣"The Stranger" is a 1946 film directed by Orson Welles, based on the novel by Albert Camus. The story revolves around an emotionless, detached man named Meursault, played by Welles, who becomes embroiled in a murder investigation in a small town. Meursault's indifference and existential outlook set him apart, leading to his trial and eventual conviction.

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3 Views · 2 months ago

⁣"That's My Baby!" is a 1944 musical comedy film directed by William Berke. The story follows Donald Corrigan (Donald O'Connor), an aspiring songwriter, who teams up with talented singer Peggy Harper (Susanna Foster) to make it big in the music industry.

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6 Views · 2 months ago

⁣"Mystery Liner" (1934) is a science fiction film directed by William Nigh. Set aboard a transatlantic cruise, the story follows Captain Holling (Noah Beery) as he tries to uncover the mysterious occurrences happening on his ship.

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6 Views · 2 months ago

⁣In the 1936 film "The Mandarin Mystery," directed by Ralph Staub, Eddie Quillan stars as Ellery Queen, who investigates two murders and the theft of a valuable $50,000 Chinese Mandarin stamp. The intricate plot involves the stamp being tossed around as a group of costly-stamp counterfeiters is revealed.

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2 Views · 2 months ago

⁣In the 1939 film "The Gorilla," directed by Allan Dwan, a wealthy man facing threats from a mysterious killer named The Gorilla enlists the comedic prowess of The Ritz Brothers to unravel the mystery. As the investigators arrive at the mansion, chaos ensues when a real escaped gorilla adds a wild twist to the situation.

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9 Views · 2 months ago

⁣In the 1932 horror classic "White Zombie," directed by Victor Halperin and starring Bela Lugosi, Madge Bellamy, and Joseph Cawthorn, a tale of forbidden love takes a sinister turn. Desperate to win the affection of the woman he loves, a young man seeks the help of a malevolent witch doctor. However, the dark ritual intended to separate her from her fiancé backfires, transforming the woman into a zombie slave under the spell of the nefarious sorcerer.

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12 Views · 2 months ago

⁣"Borrowed Wives" (1930), directed by Frank R. Strayer, features Peter, portrayed by Rex Lease, facing a deadline to marry by midnight to secure his inheritance, which otherwise goes to his uncle. Complications arise as Peter navigates a comedic situation, with his uncle residing in a supposedly haunted house.

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7 Views · 2 months ago

⁣"Hell's Hinges" is a silent Western film released in 1916. It was directed by Charles Swickard and produced by Thomas H. Ince. The film is notable for its portrayal of the rough and lawless Wild West and for being one of the early Westerns to feature the iconic actor William S. Hart in a leading role.

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1 Views · 2 months ago

⁣"Heartbeat" (1946), directed by Sam Wood, stars Ginger Rogers, Jean-Pierre Aumont, and Adolphe Menjou. Set in Paris, the film follows a young woman who escapes from a reform school, becomes part of a pickpocket academy, and faces the dilemma of falling for a handsome diplomat she's coerced into stealing from.

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2 Views · 2 months ago

⁣"He Walked by Night" (1948), directed by Alfred L. Werker, is a gripping film-noir presented in a semi-documentary style. The narrative unfolds as the police intensively pursue a cunning and resourceful criminal who fatally shoots a police officer.

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6 Views · 2 months ago

⁣"Hard Luck" is a 1921 short silent comedy film directed by and starring Buster Keaton. In this two-reel comedy, Keaton plays a young man who attempts to take his own life but inadvertently saves a wealthy man from drowning, leading to a series of misadventures.

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2 Views · 2 months ago

⁣"Half Shot at Sunrise" (1930) stars the comedic duo Wheeler and Woolsey as two soldiers who go AWOL in Paris during World War I. The film unfolds with hilarious escapades as the duo navigates the romantic allure of the City of Light.

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2 Views · 2 months ago

⁣"Guest in the House" (1944), directed by John Brahm, John Cromwell, and André De Toth, features Anne Baxter, Ralph Bellamy, and Aline MacMahon. The film unfolds as a young and manipulative woman enters the home of her fiancé's family, initially creating an illusion of domestic bliss.

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6 Views · 2 months ago

⁣"Great Guy" (1936), directed by John G. Blystone, stars James Cagney as an energetic investigator for the Bureau of Weights and Measures. The film follows Cagney's character as he embarks on a series of adventures, tackling corruption and crime related to accurate measurements.

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2 Views · 2 months ago

⁣"Go for Broke!" (1951), directed by Robert Pirosh and starring Van Johnson, Lane Nakano, and George Miki, tells the compelling story of Japanese-American soldiers who served in Europe during World War II. Faced with prejudice and skepticism about their loyalty, these soldiers, part of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, proved their dedication and courage on the battlefield.

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1 Views · 2 months ago

⁣"Ghost of the Canyon" is a 1920 American silent film that falls into the genre of Western adventure and romance. Directed by Stanner E.V. Taylor, the film features a cast of actors typical of the era and tells a story of love, danger, and the untamed wilderness of the American West.

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