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Slick action and murderous intrigue surround every scene of Roar of the Press, a hard boiled detective story from the forties. Wally Williams (Wallace Ford) is a workaholic newspaper reporter who’s hot on the trail of a murder that most have been led to believe was a suicide. Williams is so engulfed in his work that he’s not paying enough attention to his sexy new wife Alice, who’s played by Little Women’s always amazing Jean Parker. Alice decides to team up with her hubby to unravel the mysterious murder, but in the process they become new targets for the killer! Roar of the Press combines sleek characters and high powered crime for an engaging ride through danger and uncertainty.
The greatest of all singing cowboys, Roy Rogers returns to action in Rough Riders’ Roundup, an exciting Wild West adventure. Rogers, assisted by his gang the Rough Riders, is working for the Texas border patrol when he is confronted by a vicious band of criminals who rob stagecoaches. As with most Rogers’ films, in between the action there’s always time for some good old country songs, and in both activities The King of the Cowboys doesn’t disappoint. The marvelous Mary Hart is the leading lady, and her duets with Rogers light up the screen. Rough Riders’ Roundup is a well made barrel of Old West fun.
Police Rookie is a hard boiled crime thriller from the early nineteen forties that really packs a punch! A rookie cop’s father is murdered, and though new to the police force, the young man takes it upon himself to solve the murder. The film is dark and gritty, and all the more enjoyable for its superb cast. Carried by the emotional and passionate acting of Gordon Jones as the fearless rookie, all the supporting actors give great performances. The usually under-utilized Joyce Compton is particularly stirring in a straight role, and as beautiful as ever. When Jones discovers that the murder is a white collar citizen in good standing, the trail of malfeasance and fraud runs even deeper than the killing of his father. Police Rookie is razor-sharp drama that takes things personally.
Escape By Night is a dramatic film that simultaneously presents the nineteen thirties version of rough criminal elements and contrasts them with the positive moral outlook of Americans at the time. After getting involved in a shooting, innocent man Nick Allen (William Hall) goes on the run with a gang being chased by the law. Thanks to car trouble, they end up staying at a remote farm. There they meet blind man Pop Adams (Charles Waldron from The Big Sleep) who shows them country hospitality, despite the culture clash. The gangsters start to appreciate the wholesome simple life on the ranch, while Nick Allen falls in love with the old man’s daughter. Everything looks sunny – until the mob boss comes calling for his gangsters back. Escape By Night is a fresh and interesting take on the ethical point of view of the times, as well as an entertaining feature.
Infinitely charming, His Double Life sparkles with free flowing performances from Roland Young and Academy Award recipient Lillian Gish. The story is of a brilliant but socially awkward artist who’s overcome with the fame that’s been thrust upon him. By a great confluence of circumstances, Young’s trusted aid dies tragically but his body is mistaken for Young himself. Seizing the moment, Young assumes the identity of his fallen friend! But along with the identity, Young continues a romantic correspondence with a lady (Gish) who has never met him! Sweet, enchanting, and enriching, His Double Life will bewitch viewers with style and grace that sweeps across the screen.
This is a funky 1940's hygiene film that teaches college students how to clean, groom, and dress themselves in order to make a good impression (and strictly conform). A young coed is shown using her good habits to seduce a male student, proving the validity of the film’s arguments. This is the beginning of dated, sexist rhetoric that peppers this odd movie. Hair, skin, nails, teeth, and clothing are all discussed in detail, and the film animates things like hair follicles and sweat glands. Some of the tips border on absurd, like suggesting that women wash their hair every two weeks. With the sexist ideas, grooming tips that would be considered outrageous today, and some nifty scenes from Cornell University’s campus, this is a highly recommended classic video.