From IMDb: "A landlady suspects her new lodger is the madman killing women in London." This is a complete version

An expedition sent to the primitive aboriginal outback of Australia hears rumors of a lost white woman. They do make it to Australia and then eventually to a very remote area. There they do find a white women who was shipwrecked way back and is married to a tribal Aborigine and is mother to his blond child. She does not want to go back with them. That is the thread of the story. The title may misleading. This is not action or drama packed and there is no blond captive. It`s more or less an old film that exploit the interest in primitive peoples and human evolution for entertainment value.

AKA Wild Youth Escaping from a detention Honor Farm in New Mexico, "Swith" (Steve Rowland) and Frankie (Robert Arthur) find refuge with Donna (Jan Brooks), a farm girl who is all of sweet-sixteen, and is in love with Frankie. But "Switch". an expert with a switchblade knife is a constant menace to the romance. When their beat-up jalopy breaks down they hitchhike a ride with Revis (John Goddard), a killer and dope peddler wanted by the U.S. Border Patrol and the Mexican Rurales.

The charismatic swordsman-poet helps another woo the woman he loves in this straightforward version of the play. - IMDB Description

Rags-to-riches-to-rags story features Benny Goodman vocalist Martha Tilton as an unemployed big band singer who takes a job as an operator at a jukebox company. After falling in love with a bandleader, she gets a chance to get back in the limelight by singing for his group.

AKA Never Fear Directed, co-produced and written by Ida Lupino A dancer (Sally Forrest) who has just gotten engaged to her partner and choreographer (Keefe Brasselle) and is about to embark on a major career is devastated to learn that she has contracted polio.

Also known as: The Life of a Peking Policeman Based on the novel by Lao She, directed by Shi Hui. Subtitles:

James Lydon appears as Francis (Frankie) Rogers, a small boy living a desperate existence in a slum area, who steals a harmonica in order to fit in with his classmates. He winds up in reform school, and eventually spends much of his life in prison. Upon his release, he (Wallace Ford - Frankie as an adult) finds that life on the outside can be just as hard as life on the inside.

Maurice Chevalier link together four dramatic ballet Carmen (1949), La croqueuse de diamants (1950), Deuil en 24 heures (1953), and Cyrano de Bergerac (1959) Danced by the Paris Opera Ballet and choreographies by Roland Petit

A couple rich sisters Geraldine and Carol Stewart (Dixie Lee and Helen Flint) have just found out that their financial planner has stolen all their money. Unable to pay a couple (Nydia Westman and Robert Armstrong) of their servants their back wages, they agree to let the pair stay in their home rent-free to make up for this pay. But, it is a bit rough at first, as these two society swells expect their old servants to behave like servants--but considering they're no longer paying them, this doesn't last.


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