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Battles of Reverence: World War II: Disc 2  2002 100 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the following WWII propaganda films and documentaries: "The Big Picture," "Tokio Jokio," "Hiroshima Nagasaki" and "Hymn of the Nations."


Battles of Reverence: World War II: Disc 2  2002 100 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the following WWII propaganda films and documentaries: "The Big Picture," "Tokio Jokio," "Hiroshima Nagasaki" and "Hymn of the Nations."


Double Indemnity: Bonus Material: Double Indemnity - TV Movie  1973  2.9 ★ 60 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
This companion disc to the brilliant film noir classic includes the 1973 television movie version of Double Indemnity.


Pony Express  1953  3.5 ★ 101 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Buffalo Bill Cody (Charlton Heston) and Wild Bill Hickok (Forrest Tucker) join forces to establish the Pony Express mail service, which is opposed by rival line operator Joe Cooper (Henry Brandon) and siblings Evelyn (Rhonda Fleming) and Rance Hastings (Michael Moore), who hope to profit by fomenting unrest across California. The two Bills combat gunslingers and a tribe of hostile Indians armed by Cooper in order to deliver the mail on time.


Pony Express  1953  3.5 ★ 101 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Buffalo Bill Cody and Wild Bill Hickok join forces to establish the Pony Express mail service, which is opposed by rival line operator Joe Cooper and siblings Evelyn and Rance Hastings, who hope to profit by fomenting unrest across California.


Ace in the Hole  1951  3.7 ★ 111 mins Classics Rated: NR
Fired from a number of big-city papers, reporter Chuck Tatum tries to re-establish himself in New Mexico. When a local store owner is trapped in a cave-in, Tatum turns the victim's misfortune into a media frenzy to further his own career.


Ace in the Hole  1951  3.7 ★ 111 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
Fired from a number of big-city papers, reporter Charles Tatum tries to re-establish himself in New Mexico. When a local store owner is trapped in a cave-in, Tatum turns the victim's misfortune into a media frenzy to further his own career.


The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend  1949  3.2 ★ 77 mins Classics Rated: NR
When a shot intended for her philandering boyfriend accidentally hits a judge in the behind, a tough-talking saloon singer (pinup girl Betty Grable) is forced to hide out in a new town, where she poses as the local schoolteacher. Cesar Romero (who later became famous as the gaping Joker on TV's "Batman") also stars in this Wild West musical comedy directed by Preston Sturges.


The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend  1949  3.2 ★ 77 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
When a shot intended for her philandering boyfriend accidentally hits a judge in the behind, a tough-talking saloon singer (pinup girl Betty Grable) is forced to hide out in a new town, where she poses as the local schoolteacher. Cesar Romero (who later became famous as the gaping Joker on TV's "Batman") also stars in this Wild West musical comedy directed by Preston Sturges.


Miracle on 34th Street: B&W Version  1947  4.0 ★ 96 mins Classics
When Santa falls down drunk in the Thanksgiving Day Parade, reluctant Macy's supervisor Doris Walker (Maureen O'Hara) offers the job to a bearded Kris Kringle (Edmund Gwenn, who won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar) purporting to be the real Santa! During the Christmas season, he shares a flat with Doris's neighbor (John Payne), who has eyes for Doris. Kris hopes to unite the two while winning over Doris's skeptical 6-year-old daughter (Natalie W...


Unconquered Nominated For/Won Awards 1947  3.6 ★ 147 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Director Cecil B. DeMille's sprawling historical epic stars Gary Cooper as Capt. Christopher Holden, who's charged with defending Pennsylvania's Fort Pitt from an Indian leader (Boris Karloff) in league with a treacherous gun supplier (Howard Da Silva). Along the way, Holden finds time to fall in love with the beautiful Abby Hale (Paulette Goddard), an Englishwoman unjustly sentenced to involuntary servitude in the New World.


Unconquered  1947  3.5 ★ 147 mins Classics Rated: NR
Director Cecil B. DeMille's sprawling historical epic stars Gary Cooper as Capt. Christopher Holden, who's charged with defending Pennsylvania's Fort Pitt from an Indian leader (Boris Karloff) in league with a treacherous gun supplier (Howard Da Silva). Along the way, Holden finds time to fall in love with the beautiful Abby Hale (Paulette Goddard), an Englishwoman unjustly sentenced to involuntary servitude in the New World.


Miracle on 34th Street: Colorized Version  1947  4.1 ★ 96 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: NR
When Santa falls down drunk in the Thanksgiving Day Parade, reluctant Macy's supervisor Doris Walker (Maureen O'Hara) offers the job to a bearded Kris Kringle (Edmund Gwenn, who won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar) purporting to be the real Santa! During the Christmas season, he shares a flat with Doris's neighbor (John Payne), who has eyes for Doris. Kris hopes to unite the two while winning over Doris's skeptical 6-year-old daughter (Natalie W...


Miracle on 34th Street: B&W Version Nominated For/Won Awards 1947  4.0 ★ 96 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
When Santa falls down drunk in the Thanksgiving Day Parade, reluctant Macy's supervisor Doris Walker (Maureen O'Hara) offers the job to a bearded Kris Kringle (Edmund Gwenn, who won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar) purporting to be the real Santa! During the Christmas season, he shares a flat with Doris's neighbor (John Payne), who has eyes for Doris. Kris hopes to unite the two while winning over Doris's skeptical 6-year-old daughter (Natalie W...


Miracle on 34th Street  1947  4.1 ★ 96 mins Classics Rated: NR
When Santa falls down drunk in the Thanksgiving Day Parade, reluctant Macy's supervisor Doris Walker (Maureen O'Hara) offers the job to a bearded Kris Kringle (Edmund Gwenn, who won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar) purporting to be the real Santa! During the Christmas season, he shares a flat with Doris's neighbor (John Payne), who has eyes for Doris. Kris hopes to unite the two while winning over Doris's skeptical 6-year-old daughter (Natalie W...


Blood on the Sun Nominated For/Won Awards 1945  3.0 ★ 98 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
Nick Condon (James Cagney) works the newspaper beat in Japan in the era between the world wars. While investigating the murder of a fellow reporter and his wife, Condon discovers the infamous Tanaka Plan (a real-life document), which delineates the Japanese plan for domination of the Far East -- including a planned attack on Pearl Harbor! Condon must elude the secret police with the help of Iris (Sylvia Sidney), a beautiful Chinese-American spy.


Blood on the Sun  1945  3.0 ★ 98 mins Classics Rated: NR
Nick Condon (James Cagney) works the newspaper beat in Japan in the era between the world wars. While investigating the murder of a fellow reporter and his wife, Condon discovers the infamous Tanaka Plan (a real-life document), which delineates the Japanese plan for domination of the Far East -- including a planned attack on Pearl Harbor! Condon must elude the secret police with the help of Iris (Sylvia Sidney), a beautiful Chinese-American spy.


Hollywood Tough Guys #2: Blood on the Sun  1945  2.7 ★ 96 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
James Cagney gets to demonstrate his jujitsu skills in this World War II propaganda film that tells the true story of Nick Condon (Cagney), an American newspaper editor in prewar Imperialist Japan. When Condon gets wind of Japanese plans to invade Manchuria, China, he tries to thwart the invasion. A heavily disguised Robert Armstrong plays Tojo; Sylvia Sidney co-stars; and Frank Lloyd (Mutiny on the Bounty) directs.


Double Indemnity  1944  3.7 ★ 107 mins Classics Rated: NR
Smitten insurance man Walter Neff (Fred MacMurray) plots the perfect murder with femme fatale client Phyllis Dietrichson (Barbara Stanwyck): Stage her husband's "accidental" death to collect double indemnity on his life insurance, then abscond with the loot. But the lethal duo must first get past a crafty claims investigator (Edward G. Robinson) who senses something isn't kosher. What ensues is a cat-and-mouse game with fatal consequences.


Going My Way  1944  3.8 ★ 130 mins Classics Rated: NR
In one of cinema's most charming pairings, Bing Crosby and Barry Fitzgerald star in this classic musical drama that tells the tale of singing Father O'Malley (Crosby), sent to take over the aging and cantankerous Father Fitzgibbon's (Fitzgerald) parish. Winner of seven Oscars, including Best Picture, the film features one of Crosby's best-loved tunes, "Swinging on a Star."


Double Indemnity Nominated For/Won Awards 1944  4.0 ★ 108 mins Classics Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025   
Smitten insurance man Walter Neff plots the perfect murder with femme fatale client Phyllis Dietrichson: staging her husband's "accidental" death to collect double indemnity on his life insurance and absconding with the loot.


Going My Way Nominated For/Won Awards 1944  3.9 ★ 130 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
In one of cinema's most charming pairings, Bing Crosby and Barry Fitzgerald star in this classic musical drama that tells the tale of singing Father O'Malley (Crosby), sent to take over the aging and cantankerous Father Fitzgibbon's (Fitzgerald) parish. Winner of seven Oscars, including Best Picture, the film features one of Crosby's best-loved tunes, "Swinging on a Star."


The Miracle of Morgan's Creek  1944  3.5 ★ 99 mins Classics Rated: NR
In this daring, slapstick farce that's become a classic, Betty Hutton plays a small-town girl who attends an all-night party and suddenly finds herself "in the family way." Trouble is, she can't remember who the father might be.


The Great Moment  1944  2.9 ★ 81 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
In a departure from the social satires he's best known for, director Preston Sturges turned to the biopic for this tale about the man who invented anesthesia, Boston dentist W.T.G. Morton (Joel McCrea). When Morton discovers that a cleaning fluid (sulphuric ether) can render tooth extractions painless, he can't keep the news to himself. But with the secret out, his chance for riches vanishes. William Demarest and Betty Field co-star.


The Great Moment  1944  2.9 ★ 81 mins Classics Rated: NR
In a departure from the social satires he's best known for, director Preston Sturges turned to the biopic for this tale about the man who invented anesthesia, Boston dentist W.T.G. Morton (Joel McCrea). When Morton discovers that a cleaning fluid (sulphuric ether) can render tooth extractions painless, he can't keep the news to himself. But with the secret out, his chance for riches vanishes. William Demarest and Betty Field co-star.


Double Indemnity Nominated For/Won Awards 1944  4.0 ★ 108 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR RT:98%  until 01-Jan-2025
Smitten insurance man Walter Neff plots the perfect murder with femme fatale client Phyllis Dietrichson: staging her husband's "accidental" death to collect double indemnity on his life insurance and absconding with the loot.


The Miracle of Morgan's Creek Nominated For/Won Awards 1944  3.5 ★ 99 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
In this daring, slapstick farce that's become a classic, Betty Hutton plays a small-town girl who attends an all-night party and suddenly finds herself "in the family way." Trouble is, she can't remember who the father might be.


Battles of Reverence: World War II: Disc 1  1943 192 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes "Gung Ho!" and "Blood on the Sun."


The Desperadoes  1943  3.2 ★ 86 mins Classics Rated: NR
An outlaw (Glenn Ford) tries to go straight after visiting his old friend (Randolph Scott) who's recently turned lawman. But when the town bank is robbed, suspicions turn to the reformed bad guy. Now, he must find the real bandits and bring them to justice. A solid 1940s Western that takes place circa 1863, The Desperadoes co-stars Claire Trevor, Edgar Buchanan and Evelyn Keyes. Charles Vidor directs.


Battles of Reverence: World War II: Disc 1  1943 192 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes "Gung Ho!" and "Blood on the Sun."


The Desperadoes  1943  3.2 ★ 86 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
An outlaw (Glenn Ford) tries to go straight after visiting his old friend (Randolph Scott) who's recently turned lawman. But when the town bank is robbed, suspicions turn to the reformed bad guy. Now, he must find the real bandits and bring them to justice. A solid 1940s Western that takes place circa 1863, The Desperadoes co-stars Claire Trevor, Edgar Buchanan and Evelyn Keyes. Charles Vidor directs.


Sullivan's Travels Nominated For/Won Awards 1941  3.7 ★ 90 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR RT:100%
Tired of churning out fluffy comedies, Hollywood director John L. Sullivan (Joel McCrea) decides to write a serious, socially responsible film about human suffering. When his producers point out that he knows nothing of hardship, he hits the road as a hobo. On his journey, Sullivan invites an out-of-work actress (Veronica Lake) to be his traveling companion, and the pair get into more trouble than they ever dreamed of.


Sullivan's Travels  1941  3.6 ★ 90 mins Classics Rated: NR
Tired of churning out fluffy comedies, Hollywood director John L. Sullivan (Joel McCrea) decides to write a serious, socially responsible film about human suffering. When his producers point out that he knows nothing of hardship, he hits the road as a hobo. On his journey, Sullivan invites an out-of-work actress (Veronica Lake) to be his traveling companion, and the pair get into more trouble than they ever dreamed of.


Dark Command  1940  3.5 ★ 94 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In the early days of the Civil War, a tall and likable Texan (John Wayne) defeats the local schoolteacher (Walter Pidgeon) to become the new Kansas City marshal. But when they clash again over the love of the town beauty (Claire Trevor), the sheriff has an outlaw on his hands. Now, he must stop the ex-educator's renegade band of guerrillas from wreaking havoc on the surrounding territory in the name of the Confederacy.


Cary Grant: His Girl Friday / Cary Grant on Film Nominated For/Won Awards 1940  4.1 ★ 120 mins Classics Rated: NR
A must-see for Cary Grant fans, this DVD collection features Grant in one of his most notable films (His Girl Friday) as well as a documentary that chronicles his rise to fame. In the Howard Hawks-directed His Girl Friday, the dialogue crackles as newspaper editor Walter Burns (Grant) tries to prevent his journalist ex-wife, Hildy (Rosalind Russell), from remarrying. To win her back, Burns throws Hildy a hot story he knows she can't pass up.


Cary Grant: A Gentleman's Gentleman  1940  3.3 ★ 301 mins Documentary Rated: NR
More than just a pretty face, suave screen legend Cary Grant brought depth and heart to his roles, from the dramatic North by Northwest to the hilarious Bringing Up Baby. Included are a documentary of Grant's life and features two of his most beloved films, the bittersweet Penny Serenade (1941, with Irene Dunne) and Howard Hawk's screwball comedy His Girl Friday (1940, with Rosalind Russell). Also included are 12 Cary Grant film trailers.


His Girl Friday Nominated For/Won Awards 1940  3.8 ★ 92 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR RT:97%  until 01-Jan-2025
Hildy Johnson (Rosalind Russell) is about to get hitched to dull insurance agent Bruce Baldwin (Ralph Bellamy) -- that's if her ex-husband, ruthless newspaper publisher Walter Burns (Cary Grant), doesn't succeed in winning her back in this battle-of-the-sexes screwball comedy. Meanwhile, reporters salivating for the scoop on a local voting conspiracy is just a minor distraction as Burns pulls out all the stops for the woman he loves.


His Girl Friday  1940  3.9 ★ 92 mins Classics Rated: NR
Hildy Johnson (Rosalind Russell) is about to get hitched to dull insurance agent Bruce Baldwin (Ralph Bellamy) -- that's if her ex-husband, ruthless newspaper publisher Walter Burns (Cary Grant), doesn't succeed in winning her back.


Arizona Nominated For/Won Awards 1940  3.2 ★ 117 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
As the first female resident of a rowdy Old West settlement, tough-talking, sharpshooting Phoebe Titus (Jean Arthur) can hold her own against any man -- until she meets a drifter (William Holden) whose rugged charm prompts the plucky pioneer to soften her rough edges. Directed by Wesley Ruggles, this lavish period epic chalked up Academy Award nominations for Best Art Direction and Best Original Score.


Arizona  1940  3.2 ★ 117 mins Classics Rated: NR
As the first female resident of a rowdy Old West settlement, tough-talking, sharpshooting Phoebe Titus (Jean Arthur) can hold her own against any man -- until she meets a drifter (William Holden) whose rugged charm prompts the plucky pioneer to soften her rough edges. Directed by Wesley Ruggles, this lavish period epic chalked up Academy Award nominations for Best Art Direction and Best Original Score.


Cary Grant: A Gentleman's Gentleman  1940  3.3 ★ 301 mins Comedies Rated: NR
More than just a pretty face, suave screen legend Cary Grant brought depth and heart to his roles, from the dramatic North by Northwest to the hilarious Bringing Up Baby. Included are a documentary of Grant's life and features two of his most beloved films, the bittersweet Penny Serenade (1941, with Irene Dunne) and Howard Hawk's screwball comedy His Girl Friday (1940, with Rosalind Russell). Also included are 12 Cary Grant film trailers.


Dark Command Nominated For/Won Awards 1940  3.5 ★ 94 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In the early days of the Civil War, a tall and likable Texan (John Wayne) defeats the local schoolteacher (Walter Pidgeon) to become the new Kansas City marshal. But when they clash again over the love of the town beauty (Claire Trevor), the sheriff has an outlaw on his hands. Now, he must stop the ex-educator's renegade band of guerrillas from wreaking havoc on the surrounding territory in the name of the Confederacy.


Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Nominated For/Won Awards 1939  4.0 ★ 129 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR RT:97%
When idealistic junior senator Jefferson Smith (James Stewart) arrives in Washington, D.C., he's full of plans and dazzled by his surroundings -- qualities he retains despite widespread corruption among his cynical colleagues. Jean Arthur puts in a sharp performance as Smith's streetwise secretary, who helps him navigate his way through Congress, in this Academy Award-winning classic from director Frank Capra.


The Plainsman  1937  3.3 ★ 114 mins Classics Rated: NR
Cecil B. DeMille envisions a time filled with drama and romance in this Western nail-biter about Wild Bill Hickock's (Gary Cooper) battle to end a Native American revolt. Meanwhile, change and instability sweep the nation. History is shaped by President Lincoln's tragic assassination and Gen. Custer's infamous last stand, but love also holds top priority, as Hickock slowly falls for the fiery Calamity Jane (Jean Arthur).


Bulldog Drummond Escapes/ Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police  1937  2.8 ★ 121 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In this pair of adventure flicks from the 1930s, actor John Howard and future Oscar winner Ray Milland split the role of Captain Hugh "Bulldog" Drummond, a forerunner of the suave James Bond character. While trying to rescue a kidnapped heiress (Heather Angel) who would become his fiancée, Bulldog gets himself into some hot water fighting criminals and spies -- but he's aided by his trusty manservant (E.E. Clive) and best pal (Reginald De...


Make Way for Tomorrow  1937  3.6 ★ 92 mins Classics Rated: NR
After losing their home to foreclosure, devastated Barkley (Victor Moore) and his wife, Lucy (Beulah Bondi), must part ways because not one of their grown children has room for them both. As the elders try to fit in with their kids' families, they struggle with loneliness. Directed by Leo McCarey and based on a novel by Josephine Lawrence, this moving drama also stars Fay Bainter, Thomas Mitchell and Porter Hall.


Make Way for Tomorrow  1937  3.6 ★ 92 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR RT:100%
After losing their home to foreclosure, devastated Barkley (Victor Moore) and his wife, Lucy (Beulah Bondi), must part ways because not one of their grown children has room for them both. As the elders try to fit in with their kids' families, they struggle with loneliness. Directed by Leo McCarey and based on a novel by Josephine Lawrence, this moving drama also stars Fay Bainter, Thomas Mitchell and Porter Hall.


Bulldog Drummond Escapes/ Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police  1937  2.8 ★ 121 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In this pair of adventure flicks from the 1930s, actor John Howard and future Oscar winner Ray Milland split the role of Captain Hugh "Bulldog" Drummond, a forerunner of the suave James Bond character. While trying to rescue a kidnapped heiress (Heather Angel) who would become his fiancée, Bulldog gets himself into some hot water fighting criminals and spies -- but he's aided by his trusty manservant (E.E. Clive) and best pal (Reginald De...


The Plainsman  1937  3.4 ★ 114 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Cecil B. DeMille envisions a time filled with drama and romance in this Western nail-biter about Wild Bill Hickock's (Gary Cooper) battle to end a Native American revolt. Meanwhile, change and instability sweep the nation. History is shaped by President Lincoln's tragic assassination and Gen. Custer's infamous last stand, but love also holds top priority, as Hickock slowly falls for the fiery Calamity Jane (Jean Arthur).


The General Died at Dawn  1936  3.0 ★ 98 mins Classics Rated: NR
American soldier of fortune O'Hara (Gary Cooper) becomes the target of politically ambitious Chinese warlord Gen. Yang (Akim Tamiroff) when the mercenary accepts a dicey assignment to transport money for a peasant uprising against Yang. On the way to deliver the cash, O'Hara meets an alluring woman (Madeleine Carroll) whose father (Porter Hall) is in cahoots with Yang. But all is not what it seems in director Lewis Milestone's tense thriller.


The General Died at Dawn Nominated For/Won Awards 1936  3.0 ★ 98 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
American soldier of fortune O'Hara (Gary Cooper) becomes the target of politically ambitious Chinese warlord Gen. Yang (Akim Tamiroff) when the mercenary accepts a dicey assignment to transport money for a peasant uprising against Yang. On the way to deliver the cash, O'Hara meets an alluring woman (Madeleine Carroll) whose father (Porter Hall) is in cahoots with Yang. But all is not what it seems in director Lewis Milestone's tense thriller.


The Petrified Forest  1936  3.7 ★ 83 mins Classics Rated: NR
Noted for Humphrey Bogart's breakthrough performance, this classic nail-biter teems with desperate characters in dangerous situations. When down-and-out Brit Alan (Leslie Howard) wanders into a remote diner, he charms the owner's daughter (Bette Davis), who dreams of living in Paris. Too unstable for love, Alan departs, but soon finds himself back at the diner, held prisoner -- along with several others -- by a desperado (Bogart).


The Petrified Forest  1936  3.7 ★ 83 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
Noted for Humphrey Bogart's breakthrough performance, this classic nail-biter teems with desperate characters in dangerous situations. When down-and-out Brit Alan (Leslie Howard) wanders into a remote diner, he charms the owner's daughter (Bette Davis), who dreams of living in Paris. Too unstable for love, Alan departs, but soon finds himself back at the diner, held prisoner -- along with several others -- by a desperado (Bogart).


The Story of Louis Pasteur  1935  3.2 ★ 87 mins Classics Rated: NR
As French chemist and microbiologist Louis Pasteur works unstintingly to discover cures for anthrax and rabies, his theories meet with suspicion and derision. Meanwhile, Pasteur's close-minded rival frustrates his efforts at every turn.


The Story of Louis Pasteur Nominated For/Won Awards 1935  3.2 ★ 87 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
As French chemist and microbiologist Louis Pasteur works unstintingly to discover cures for anthrax and rabies, his theories meet with suspicion and derision. Meanwhile, Pasteur's close-minded rival frustrates his efforts at every turn.


The Thin Man Nominated For/Won Awards 1934  3.7 ★ 91 mins Classics Rated: NR
The first installment of one of the most successful detective serials in film history introduces stylish sleuthing spouses Nick and Nora Charles (William Powell and Myrna Loy), who -- between martinis -- investigate the disappearance of a wealthy inventor. Powell and Loy's quick-witted repartee in their crackling debut set a Hollywood tradition, but the film's rapid-fire mystery plot still delights modern viewers.


The Thin Man Nominated For/Won Awards 1934  3.7 ★ 91 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR RT:100%
The first installment of one of the most successful detective serials in film history introduces stylish sleuthing spouses Nick and Nora Charles (William Powell and Myrna Loy), who -- between martinis -- investigate the disappearance of a wealthy inventor. Powell and Loy's quick-witted repartee in their crackling debut set a Hollywood tradition, but the film's rapid-fire mystery plot still delights modern viewers.

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