The Ape (1940) [Horror] [Action]

The Ape is a 1940 American horror film made for Monogram Pictures, co-written by Curt Siodmak and starring Boris Karloff.

Dr. Bernard Adrian is a kindly mad scientist who seeks to cure a young woman’s polio. He needs spinal fluid from a human to complete the formula for his experimental serum. Meanwhile, a vicious circus ape has broken out of its cage, and is terrorizing the townspeople.

The Ape eventually breaks into Dr. Adrian’s lab. The Doctor manages to kill it before any harm can come to himself. However, the spinal fluids he requires to perform his experiments have all been destroyed during the struggle between him and the Ape.
Doctor Adrian then concocts an idea: he will tear off the ape’s flesh and use its skin to disguise himself as the escaped circus animal and murder townspeople in order to extract their spinal fluid. Thus the murders will be blamed on the Ape and he, himself, will manage to avoid any suspicion. However, one of his attacks towards the film’s end is unsuccessful; he is fatally knifed and the Ape’s “true identity” is revealed.

Directed and produced by William Nigh, written by Adam Shirk, Curt Siodmak and Richard Carroll, starring Boris Karloff, Maris Wrixon and Gene O’Donnell

Source: “The Ape” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.. 21 June 2012. Web. 20 July 2012.

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The Son of Monte Cristo (1940) [Action] [Adventure]

“The Son of Monte Cristo” is a 1940 black-and-white film directed by Rowland V. Lee. In 1865, General Gurko Lanen is dictator of “Lichtenburg” in the Balkans. The rightful ruler, Grand Duchess Zona, hopes to get aid from Napoleon III of France. The visiting Count of Monte Cristo falls for Zona and undertakes to help her, masquerading as a foppish banker and a masked freedom fighter. The rest is rapid-fire intrigue and derring-do.

The film takes the same name as the unofficial sequel to “The Count of Monte Cristo”, namely “The Son of Monte Cristo”, written by Jules Lermina in 1881.

Directed and produced by Rowland V. Lee, written by George Bruce, starring Louis Hayward, Joan Bennett and George Sanders.

Source: “The Son of Monte Cristo” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.. 1 May 2012. Web. 30 July 2012.

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Shree 420 – Raj Kapoor, Nadira and Lalita Pawar – Bollywood Evergreen Movie

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Ranbir Raj or Raju comes to Mumbai to create a name for himself and make a fortune. After he loses all his possessions, he meets with Vidya (Nargis), a teacher who runs a private school, and both fall in love. Raj soon gets a job in a laundry and meets Maya (Nadira) when he goes to deliver some clothes to her. Maya finds that Raju is good with cards and takes him to a casino where he wins Rs.20000/-, which unfortunately is pocketed by Maya. A rich industrialist, Sonanand Dharmachand, approaches Ranbir, hires him to work for him, and starts exploiting Raju’s conscience by showing him money. Raju falls for the greed and soon differences start to create between him and Vidya. Watch to know what happens with Raju and Vidya?
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SLIGHTLY HONORABLE, 1940, Full Movie, Cinetel

A decent lawyer, John Webb (Pat O’Brien), known by his tremendous crusade against corruption is charged with the murder of a young and famous woman by an unscrupulous politician, Vincent Cushing (Edward Arnold), who only seeks the lawyer’s destruction. Seeking to clear his name, John will try to find the real murderer, who is closer than he thinks. In his quest, he will be assisted by his friend, Russ Sampson (Broderick Crawford), and a night club singer (Ruth Terry). Directed by Tay Garnett.


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A gunfighter is hired to clean up a wild frontier town, but there are forces afoot who want to keep the town as wide-open as it is.


1940 Laddie – Wonderful Drama! Classic Movie from the book by Gene Stratton-Porter

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“LADDIE” — 1940 (“Laddie, A True Blue Story” by Gene Stratton-Porter)

I’ve read and own this delightful story. I was happy to find that it was made to a movie!

“Laddie Stanton (Tim Holt) lives on the farm run by his father John (Robert H. Barrat), with a mother and four younger siblings, while on the neighboring farm lives Charles Pryor (Miles Mander), with wife Anna (Mary Forbes) and daughter Pamela (Virginia Gilmore), recently immigrated from England. Laddie develops feelings for Pamela, whose demanding father makes no secret of his disapproval. ‘Little Sister’ seems to know everyone’s secrets, and even speaks for Laddie with Pamela when he’s right there (her tendency to blurt out confidences never seems to get her into trouble). Charles is a very strict military man, whose son Robert (Peter Cushing) has performed an undisclosed indiscretion back in England that led to their relocating to this tiny Indiana community. He looks down on the Stantons because they are farmers, taking pride in the soil which gives back so much, producing the goods that end up on everyone’s dinner table. It’s definitely an old fashioned story with universal appeal, played with believable warmth..”.IMBD