Public Domain Movies released in 1935

A newly hired police chief vows to clean up a notoriously corrupt police department. When he is murdered, investigators find that there is no shortage of suspects, most of them being fellow cops.

Just after John Scott (John Wayne) gets his rodeo prize money, the Official is robbed and murdered by Pete (Al Ferguson). Pete then says he just saw John and his friend Kansas Charlie (Eddy Chandler) leaving the office. The two fugitives flee to another town where they assume new names. But Pete arrives to point them out and they find themselves in jail.

Bob (Oscar Apfel) and Helen (Betty Alden) decide to move to California and make a fresh start. Bob wants to buy a nut farm, but Helen dreams of being in the movies

A Fleischer cartoon in the Color Classics series. Plot taken from IMDb: Honeymooning couples of various animal species take a rocket ship excursion to the moon. Spectacular lunar scenery.

Betty flies to Japan to do a show, and sings the title number. She then dons a kimono, and sings it again in Japanese. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Language_All_My_Own)

Betty is the cleaner a the local courthouse. On the bus ride to work one day, she grows tired of all the liberties her fellow citizens take. She falls asleep and dreams about what she'd do if she were the judge. Among her decrees: a thoughtless smoker learns about second-hand smoke the hard way, and an obnoxious celebrity impersonator is rewarded by having his ears blasted with imitations of Tarzan and the Shadow. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judge_for_a_Day)

From The Public Domain Movie Database: Betty operates a pet store where Henry wishes to purchase a puppy. Betty believes that everybody should have a pet and Henry agrees and works in the shop in hopes of getting a puppy. He gets into trouble with a monkey, dances with a dog, and accidently releases some birds. Betty is irate but rewards Henry with a puppy after he captures all of the birds.

From The Public Domain Movie Database: Betty's baby won't go to sleep and is causing trouble around the house. It is up to Betty to develop a strategy to get the troublesome, mischievous child to sleep.

Molly Moo-Cow was an animated character appearing in eight Rainbow Parade shorts produced by the Van Beuren Studios 1935-1937. Many 1930s cartoons joke with ethnicity. In this cartoon cooperation is needed to handle pluralism. Plot taken from IMDb: Molly Moo-Cow searches for a lost group of ducks, but instead finds herself rescuing an Indian baby who has fallen into and is floating down the river. The baby's mother returns the favor, helping Molly rescue the missing ducks from becoming her husband's dinner. Downloaded from Public Domain Movie Torrents

An early Randolph Scott western, based on a novel by Zane Grey. Also known as "The Fighting Westerner". Don't bother downloading the h.264 file. The Cinepack file from which it is derived is smaller.

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