Robert Tasker


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Secrets Of The French Police (1932) - He'll Have You On The Streets First scene for Danish Gwili Andre, as flower girl "Eugenie," with pickpocket boyfriend Leon (John Warburton), joined by her angered father (Christian Rub), trouble looming, in Secrets Of The French Police, 1932.
Secrets Of The French Police (1932) - Princess Anastasia Leon (John Warburton) at a Paris cafe, French detective St. Cyr (Frank Morgan) playing the drunk, observing evil Baron Lonzoi (Lucien Prival) calling master crook General Moloff (Gregory Ratoff), in Secrets Of The French Police, 1932.
San Quentin (1937) - Tough On Kids Like You Pat O’Brien is Army officer Steve who’s about to take a leave to run a prison, who’s just met night club singer May (Ann Sheridan), who’s interested, but their chat is interrupted when her kid brother Joe (Humphrey Bogart) shows up, early in Warner Bros.’ San Quentin, 1937.
San Quentin (1937) - Got My Room Ready For Me? Just sentenced Hansen (Joe Sawyer) and Red (Humphrey Bogart) arrive at the famous prison, the new reform-minded warden Jameson (Pat O’Brien), an on-leave Army officer, recognizes him as the brother of a girl (Ann Sheridan) he was romancing when he was arrested, in San Quentin, 1937.
Doctor X (1932) - Only Stiffs Go In There In 2-strip technicolor, directed by Michael Curtiz, Lee Tracy is reporter "Lee Taylor," observing Lionel Atwill (title character) & co., chatting up a cop (Tom Dugan), and visiting Mamie (Leila Bennett) in Doctor X, 1932.
Doctor X (1932) - What's Your Theory? Lionel Atwill (title character) performing autopsy for police commissioner (Robert Warwick) and cop O'Halloran (Willard Robertson), in Warner Bros' off-beat 2-strip Technicolor comic horror mystery Doctor X, 1932.
Secrets Of The French Police (1932) - Catacombs Of Crime Neat opening referring to the American magazine origins of the story, Frank Morgan playing a French detective, from the David O. Selznick-produced Secrets Of The French Police, 1932.
Hell's Highway (1932) - Willie The Weeper African American inmates chant, chain gang franchise owner Billings (Oscar Apfel) with enforcer Skinner (C. Henry Gordon), inmates (Richard Dix, Chas. Middleton) talking rebellion, after a prisoner's death, in Hell's Highway, 1932.
Hell's Highway (1932) - The Kid's Soft Work sequence from director Roland Brown, old hand Duke (Richard Dix) appeals to chain gang boss Skinner (C. Henry Gordon) on behalf of new man Carter (John Arledge), in RKO's Hell's Highway, 1932.
Hell's Highway (1932) - Throwback To The Middle Ages Crisp and newsy opening credit sequence, introducing inmates Duke (Richard Dix) and Romeo (Jed Kiley), in director Roland Brown's chain gang drama Hell's Highway, 1932.

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