Murder in Greenwich Village

Rogell and starring Richard Arlen, Fay Wray and Raymond Walburn. The screenplay involves an heiress who is falsely accused of murder. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Lionel Banks and Stephen Goosson. When she is falsely accused of murder, an heiress ropes in a photographer to provide her with an alibi. * Monaco, James. The Encyclopedia of Film. Perigee Books, 1991. Richard Arlen as Steve Havens Jackson Jr. Fay Wray as Kay Cabot aka Lucky. Raymond Walburn as The Senator. Wyn Cahoon as Flo Melville. Scott Kolk as Larry Foster. Thurston Hall as Charles Cabot. Marc Lawrence as Rusty Morgan. Gene Morgan as Henderson. Mary Russell as Antoinette aka Angel Annie McGillicutty.

The Secret Call

The film stars Richard Arlen, Peggy Shannon, William B. Davidson, Charles Trowbridge, Jane Keithley, Selmer Jackson, and Ned Sparks. The film was released on July 25, 1931, by Paramount Pictures. Richard Arlen as Tom Blake. Peggy Shannon as Wanda Kelly. William B. Davidson as Jim Blake. Charles Trowbridge as Phil Roberts. Jane Keithley as Grace Roberts. Selmer Jackson as Matt Stanton. Ned Sparks as Bert Benedict. Jed Prouty as Jim Neligan. Charles D. Brown as Bob Barnes. Harry Beresford as Frank Kelly. Larry Steers as Fillmore. Elaine Baker as Vera Lorraine. Frances Moffett as Gwen Allen. Claire Dodd as Maisie. Patricia Farr as Ellen.

Padlocked

., Louise Dresser, Helen Jerome Eddy, Allan Simpson, Florence Turner and Richard Arlen. The film was released on August 2, 1926, by Paramount Pictures. *A surviving film in a foreign archive, Narodni Film Archive. Lois Moran as Edith Gilbert. Noah Beery Sr. as Henry Gilbert. Louise Dresser as Mrs. Alcott. Helen Jerome Eddy as Belle Galloway. Allan Simpson as Norman Van Pelt. Florence Turner as Mrs. Gilbert. Richard Arlen as 'Tubby' Clark. Charles Lane as Monte Hermann *(Charles Willis Lane). Douglas Fairbanks Jr. as Sonny Galloway. Charlotte Bird as Blanche Gallow. Josephine Crowell as Mrs. Galloway. André Lanoy as Lorelli. Irma Kornelia as Pearl Gates.

The Great Barrier (film)

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The Great Barrier is a 1937 British historical drama film directed by Milton Rosmer and Geoffrey Barkas and starring Richard Arlen, Lilli Palmer and Antoinette Cellier. The film depicts the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway. It was based on the 1935 novel The Great Divide by Alan Sullivan. It was made at the Lime Grove Studios in Shepherd's Bush. The film's sets were designed by Walter Murton. * Cook, Pam. Gainsborough Pictures. Cassell, 1997. Richard Arlen - Hickey. Lilli Palmer - Lou. Antoinette Cellier - Mary Moody. Barry MacKay - Steve. Roy Emerton - Moody. J. Farrell MacDonald - Major Rogers. Ben Welden - Joe. Jock MacKay - Bates. Ernest Sefton - Magistrate.

Ready for Love (1934 film)

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It stars Richard Arlen, Ida Lupino, and Marjorie Rambeau. It is inspired by the play The Whipping by Eulalie Spence, based on the 1930 novel The Whipping by Roy Flanagan. The film is about school runaway Marigold Tate (Ida Lupino) who "journeys to her retired aunt's home where she soon faces small-town bigotry", and falls in love with handsome newspaper editor Julian Barrow (Richard Arlen). Marigold Tate (Lupino) runs away from boarding school to stay with her retired aunt. She faces hostility from the locals, who display bigotry and snobbery towards her. During a witchcraft trial she is forced into a pool of water.

The Naughty Flirt

George Irving as John Raleigh Elliott. Sayre Dearing as Kay's Friend (uncredited). Geraldine Dvorak as Party Guest (uncredited). Thelma Hill as Friend (uncredited). Lloyd Ingraham as Judge Drake (uncredited). Jane Keckley as Office Cleaning Woman (uncredited). Fred Kelsey as Policeman in Paddy Wagon (uncredited). Marian Marsh as Kay's Friend (uncredited).

Constance Bennett

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Bennett next showed her versatility in the likes of Our Betters (1933), writer/director Gregory La Cava's Bed of Roses (1933) with Pert Kelton, After Tonight (1933) (co-starring with future husband Gilbert Roland), The Affairs of Cellini (1934), After Office Hours (1935) with Clark Gable, the original Topper (1937, in a career standout as Marian Kerby opposite Cary Grant, a role she repeated in the 1939 sequel, Topper Takes a Trip), the ultimate madcap family comedy Merrily We Live (1938) and Two-Faced Woman (1941, supporting Greta Garbo). By the 1940s, Bennett was working less frequently in film but was in demand in both radio and theatre.

Michael Shayne

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Richard Arlen guest starred as Vincent Rinker in the 1961 episode, "Murder Is a Fine Art." Beverly Garland appeared in "Murder and the Wanton Bride." She and Denning had previously starred in the 1957 Roger Corman feature film, Naked Paradise. Garland and Denning later costarred with Vincent Price in "The House of the Seven Gables" segment of the film Twice-Told Tales (1963). Warren Oates, Joan Marshall, and David White guest starred in the episode "Murder Round My Wrist." Margie Regan played a nurse in this episode, while Patricia Donahue was still playing Lucy Hamilton. On December 2, 1960, Robert Knapp portrayed Arthur Hudson in the episode "Blood on Biscayne Bay".

The Santa Fe Trail (1930 film)

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Knopf, released by Paramount Pictures, and starring Richard Arlen, Rosita Moreno, and Eugene Pallette. * The Santa Fe Trail at IMDB Richard Arlen as Stan Hollister. Rosita Moreno as Maria Castinado. Eugene Pallette as Doc Brady. Mitzi Green as Emily. Junior Durkin as Old Timer. Hooper Atchley as Marc Coulard. Luis Alberni as Juan Castinado. Lee Shumway as Slaven. Chief Standing Bear as Chief Sutanek. Blue Cloud as Eagle Feather. Chief Yowlache as Brown Beaver. Jack Byron as Webber.

No Time to Marry

No Time to Marry is a 1938 American comedy film directed by Harry Lachman and starring Richard Arlen, Mary Astor and Lionel Stander. * Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999. Richard Arlen as Perry Brown. Mary Astor as Kay McGowan. Lionel Stander as Al Vogel. Virginia Dale as Eleanor Winthrop. Marjorie Gateson as Mrs. Pettensall. Thurston Hall as Pettensall. Arthur Loft as Wyatt Blake. Jay Adler as Hess. Matt McHugh as Abernathy. Paul Hurst as Sergeant. George Humbert as Buenocasa.

Young Eagles (film)

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George Irving as Colonel Wilder. Stanley Blystone as Captain Deming. Kelly, Shawna. in Early Hollywood''. Mount Pleasant, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing, 2008. ISBN: 978-0-7385-5902-5. Mavis, Paul. The Espionage Filmography. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, 2013. ISBN: 978-1-4766-0427-5. Orriss, Bruce W. When Hollywood Ruled the Skies: The Aviation Film Classics of World War I. Los Angeles: Aero Associates, 2013. ISBN: 978-0-692-02004-3. Slide, Anthony. Silent Players: A Biographical and Autobiographical Study of 100 Silent Film Actors and Actresses. Lexington, Kentucky: University Press of Kentucky, 2010. ISBN: 978-0-8131-3745-2. Thompson, Frank T. William A. Wellman.

Caught (1931 film)

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The film stars Richard Arlen, Louise Dresser, Frances Dee, Tom Kennedy, and Syd Saylor. The film was released on August 8, 1931, by Paramount Pictures. Richard Arlen as Lt. Tom Colton. Louise Dresser as Calamity Jane. Frances Dee as Kate Winslow. Tom Kennedy as Jard Harmon. Martin Burton as Curly Braydon. Marcia Manners as Goldie. Syd Saylor as Sgt. Weems. James Mason as Scully. Guy Oliver as McNeill. Edward LeSaint as Haverstraw. Charles K. French as Bradford. Lon Poff as Clem.

Three-Cornered Moon

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Lauren, and starring Claudette Colbert, Richard Arlen, Mary Boland, and Wallace Ford. Based on a play by Gertrude Tonkonogy Friedberg, the film reached No. 9 in the National Board of Review Awards top-10 films in 1933. Film critic Leonard Maltin identifies it as one of the "25 Vintage Movies You Really Shouldn't Miss". Difficulties overtake a well-to-do family in New York when they lose all their money in the Great Crash of 1929. * Three Cornered Moon(available on DVD from Universal Vault Series) Claudette Colbert as Elizabeth Rimplegar. Richard Arlen as Dr. Alan Stevens. Mary Boland as Nellie Rimpleger. Wallace Ford as Kenneth Rimpleger. Lyda Roberti as Jenny. Tom Brown as Eddie Rimplegar.

Secret Valley (film)

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Richard Arlen as Lee Rogers. Virginia Grey as Jean Carlo. Jack Mulhall as Russell Parker. Norman Willis as Slick Collins aka Howard Carlo. Syd Saylor as Paddy. Russell Hicks as Austin Martin. Willie Fung as Tabasco. Maude Allen as Mrs. Hogan.

The 20th Century Fox Hour

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The 20th Century Fox Hour is an American drama anthology series televised in the United States on CBS from 1955 to 1957. Some of the shows in this series were restored, remastered and shown on the Fox Movie Channel in 2002 under the title Hour of Stars (its title when the series was originally syndicated after 1957). The season one episode Overnight Haul, starring Richard Conte and Lizabeth Scott, was released in Australia as a feature film.

Maybe It's Love

George Irving as President Sheffield. Bill Banker. George Gibson. Howard Harpster. Kenneth Haycraft. Ray Montgomery. Tim Moynihan. Otto Pommerening. Russ Saunders. Wear Schoonover. Paul Scull. Red Sleight. Coach: Howard Jones. "Maybe It's Love". "I Love to Do It" (cut from domestic release prints). "The All American". "Keep It Up for Upton".

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Feel My Pulse (1928). Something Always Happens (1928). Easy Come, Easy Go (1928). What a Night! (1928). The Gamblers (1929). The Man and the Moment (1929). Bulldog Drummond (1929). Big News (1929). The Saturday Night Kid (1929). The Vagabond Lover (1929). Burning Up (1930). Under a Texas Moon (1930). Let's Go Native (1930). Borrowed Wives (1930). Tom Sawyer (1930). The Painted Desert (1931). Behind Office Doors (1931). Laugh and Get Rich (1931). Penrod and Sam (1931). The Age for Love (1931). The Drifter (1932). The Dark Horse (1932). Make Me a Star (1932). I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (1932) (uncredited). Hoop-La (1933) (uncredited). Baby Face (1933) (uncredited).

Tropic Fury

Tropic Fury is a 1939 American action film directed by Christy Cabanne and starring Richard Arlen, Andy Devine and Beverly Roberts. * Pancho Kohner. Lupita Tovar The Sweetheart of Mexico. Xlibris Corporation, 2011. Richard Arlen as Dan Burton. Andy Devine as Tynan ('Tiny') Andrews. Beverly Roberts as Judith Adams. Louis Merrill as Porthos Scipio. Lupita Tovar as Maria Scipio. Samuel S. Hinds as J.P. Waterford. Charles Trowbridge as Dr. Taylor. Leonard Mudie as J.T.M. Gallon. Adia Kuznetzoff as Soledad - Slave-Driver. Noble Johnson as Hannibal - Slave-Driver. Frank Mitchell as Amando - Peg-legged Peon. Milburn Stone as Thomas E. Snell.

Golden Harvest (film)

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The film stars Richard Arlen, Chester Morris, Genevieve Tobin, Roscoe Ates, Julie Haydon, Elizabeth Patterson and Berton Churchill. The film was released on September 22, 1933, by Paramount Pictures. An ambitious grain trader Chris Martin (Chester Morris), who through fair and foul means corners the wheat market and becomes a millionaire. Outgrowing his humble farm beginnings, Chris makes a bid for respectability by marrying Chicago socialite Cynthia Flint (Genevieve Tobin). Meanwhile, Chris's ex-sweetheart Ellen (Julie Haydon) marries his down-to-earth brother Walt (Richard Arlen), who has chosen to remain on the family farm.

Power Dive (film)

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The film stars Richard Arlen, Jean Parker and Helen Mack. Power Dive was the first film from the producing team of Pine-Thomas Productions, former press agents who had a producing unit at Paramount. Ace test pilot Bradley Farrell (Richard Arlen), flying for McMasters Aviation Corp., breaks his leg when an overweight prototype crashes. Brad's younger brother Douglas (Don Castle), a recent graduate in aeronautical engineering thinks Doug's flying is too dangerous, and is hired as a design engineer at McMasters. Carol Blake (Jean Parker) wants to interest Brad in her father's design for an aircraft made of plastic.

Men of the Timberland

Men of the Timberland is a 1941 American film starring Richard Arlen and Andy Devine. It was part of their Aces of Action series at Universal. Paul Jarrico worked on the script. He later said the film "dealt with the fight Richard Arlen, Andy Devine and some Dead-End-type kids in the Civilian Conservation Corps put up against the timber barons. Premature environmentalism." The script was rewritten but Jarrico kept story credit. The Los Angeles Times said "Andy Devine is delightful." Richard Arlen as Dick O'Hara. Andy Devine as Andy Jensen. Linda Hayes as Kay Hadley. Francis McDonald as Jean Collet. Willard Robertson as Tim MacGregor. Paul E. Burns as Lucky. Gaylord Pendleton as Tex.

Straight, Place and Show

Straight, Place and Show is a 1938 film directed by David Butler and starring the Ritz Brothers, Richard Arlen, and Ethel Merman and released by 20th Century Fox. It based on the unproduced play Saratoga Chips by Damon Runyon and Irving Caesar. It features a performance of the song "With You on My Mind" by Merman. Al, Jimmy and Harry get into a jam at the racetrack and expose a gang of cheating Russian jockeys. The Ritz Brothers as Themselves. Ethel Merman as Linda Tyler. Richard Arlen as Denny Paine. Phyllis Brooks as Barbara Drake. George Barbier as Mr. Drake.

Come On Marines!

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is a 1934 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Henry Hathaway and starring Richard Arlen and Ida Lupino. "Lucky" Davis, a ladies' man and a devil-may-care U.S. Marine sergeant, is leading a Marine squadron on an expedition through a Philippine jungle where an outlaw bandit is leading a guerrilla-war rebellion. Their assignment is to rescue a group of children from an island mission that has been cut off from all communication. When they arrive, they get a bit of a surprise when Davis discovers that the "children" are a group of 18- to 25-year-old girls blissfully bathing in a pool while awaiting rescue. Richard Arlen as Lucky Davis. Ida Lupino as Esther Smith-Hamilton.

Guilty as Hell

The film stars Edmund Lowe, Victor McLaglen, Richard Arlen, Adrienne Ames, Henry Stephenson, Ralph Ince and Noel Francis. The film was released on August 5, 1932, by Paramount Pictures. Edmund Lowe as Russell Kirk. Victor McLaglen as Detective Capt. T.R. McKinley. Richard Arlen as Frank C. Marsh. Adrienne Ames as Vera Marsh. Henry Stephenson as Dr. Ernest S. Tindal. Ralph Ince as Jack Reed. Noel Francis as Julia Reed. Elizabeth Patterson as Elvira Ward. Arnold Lucy as Dr. Sully. Willard Robertson as Police Sgt. Alcock. Richard Tucker as District Attorney. Fred Kelsey as Detective Duffy. Claire Dodd as Ruth Tindal. Lillian Harmer as Mrs. Alvin.