Jean Parker

Chester Morris plays a radio reporter.

Men doing insanely dangerous work.

Jack Haley, Bela Lugosi, Jean Parker, and Lyle Talbot in an old-dark-house film.

Another military themed movie, made during the 2nd World War, so it's a little on the "gung ho" side. This is a little different from the other copy that is available, here. The opening title music has been restored and the hiss, pop, crackle has been cleaned from the audio. There are a lot of familiar faces, including Robert Lowery, who would later play Bruce Wayne/Batman in the "Batman and Robin" serial (1949).

A high-energy, screwball whodunit with feisty Jean Parker in the title role. On board for the whacky ride are Peter Cookson, Veda Ann Borg and Tim Ryan who along with Victor Hammond co-wrote the screenplay. Directed by William Beaudine. Released in 1944. Complete print

Chester Morris plays a brash private detective.

It's "Never the twain shall meet" time again, this time in London's Limehouse district. George Raft stars as Harry Young, a half-caste saloonkeeper who shelters beleaguered white girl Toni (Jean Parker) from her tormentors (shades of Broken Blossoms).

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