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Speed (1936) - -- Flesh Is Weak Usually popular test-driver Terry (James Stewart) is annoying other people's girlfriends (Patricia Wilder) at the company banquet because the new P-R girl Jane (Wendy Barrie) snubbed him, his pal Josephine (Una Merkel) offering counsel, in MGM's Speed, 1936.
Speed (1936) - -- Isn't The Driver Hurt? MGM creating auto industry ambiance using Chrysler facilities in Detroit for the action shots, Wendy Barrie, Weldon Heyburn and Ted Healy introduce themselves before James Stewart, as "Terry," in his first top-billed role, in the low-budget feature Speed, 1936.
Anthony Adverse (1936) - What Is My Proper Place? Italian merchant Bonnyfeather (Edmund Gwenn) at work, pausing to admire his adopted son and employee (Fredric March, title character, whom he secretly knows to be his biological grandson) offering advice and promise, in the Warner Bros. treatment of the historical novel Anthony Adverse, 1936.
Anthony Adverse (1936) - He's Won The Lottery! Much tumult in Napoleonic-era Italy, as lovers Fredric March (title character) and Olivia De Havilland (as "Angela") learn that her servant father (Luis Alberni) has won the lottery, irritating his employer Bonnyfeather (Edmund Gwenn), in Anthony Adverse, 1936.
Dispatch From Reuters, A - No Telegraph Aspiring pigeon-post pioneer Julius Reuter (Edward G. Robinson) just happens to be on the scene when a distraught chemist appears (Edward McWade) in Brussels, bumbling assistant Max (Eddie Albert) sort of helping, early in A Dispatch From Reuters, 1940.
Dispatch From Reuters, A - Paris London Prices Reuter (Edward G. Robinson) and aide Geller (Albert Basserman) conspire to catch Belgian stock trader Bauer (Gene Lockhart) cheating, then learn from Dr. Magnus (Otto Kruger) of an unexpected favor, in A Dispatch From Reuters, 1940.
Dispatch From Reuters, A - Saving Human Life Julius Reuter (Edward G. Robinson) is irritated with his Aachen partner Geller (Albert Basserman) for failing to proclaim their pigeon-post success, until Dr. Magnus (Otto Kruger) and daughter (Edna Best) explain, in A Dispatch From Reuters, 1940.
Confessions Of A Nazi Spy (1939) - Protecting Eye On board a pre-war Nazi cruise ship headed for America, Schlager (George Sanders) briefs his staff, then acts aloof when his beautician girlfriend (Dorothy Tree) turns in a suspect, in Confessions Of A Nazi Spy, 1939.
Confessions Of A Nazi Spy (1939) - A Man Of Your Caliber Self-absorbed Nazi spy Schneider (Francis Lederer) is putty in the hands of FBI man Renard (Edward G. Robinson), in Confessions Of A Nazi Spy, 1939, directed by Anatole Litvak.
Confessions Of A Nazi Spy (1939) - Only Obedience Loyal Nazi Kassell (Paul Lukas) tricks dissenting immigrant Greutzwald (Willy Kaufman) into turning himself over to Schlager (George Sanders) and Gestapo men (Lionel Royce, Henry Victor), in Confessions Of A Nazi Spy, 1939.


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