Romance

A young Eva Gabor plays a Balinese woman in this romantic story filled with lovely locales. An American flyer stranded in Bali falls for the sarong-swathed Gabor, much to the chagrin of an island creep who blackmails Gabor by having her father arrested on false charges. You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.

From IMDb: Cheng Huan is a missionary whose goal is to bring the teachings of peace by Buddha to the civilized Anglo-Saxons. Upon landing in England, he is quickly disillusioned by the intolerance and apathy of the country. He becomes a storekeeper of a small shop. Out his window, he sees the young Lucy Burrows. She is regularly beaten by her prizefighter father, underfed and wears ragged clothes. Even in this deplorable condition, Cheng can see that she is a priceless beauty and he falls in love with her from afar.

A rich former vaudeville mother tries to turn her rich carefree son into a responsible adult.

Bing Crosby in his first solo film performance. -One of several shortened versions of the film.

A secretary finds herself being romanced by a "ladies man". What she doesn't know is that it's her boss who really loves her.

Taken from IMDB: Flash Casey, after working his way through college by taking pictures, finds the newspaper world harder to break into than he had expected.

Sylvia Walton (Ida James) of Harlem inherits a Jamaican banana plantation and returns to manage it. Since her arrival, there's been no sign of her disinherited half-sister Isabelle (Nina Mae McKinney), who ran the plantation until their father's death. But Sylvia, her two rival suitors, and her comic- relief servant Percy are disturbed by the constant, growing sound of drums.

A town is shocked when a high school girl commits suicide. A reporter and a cop team up to investigate and find out exactly what is going on among the youth of the town.

The story centers on the memories of a writer (Gregory Peck) who is taking a safari in Africa. He develops a dangerous wound from a thorn prick, and lies awaiting his slow death. The loss of physical capability causes him to look inside himself - at his memories of the past years, and how little he has actually accomplished in his writing.

When William Reardon (Pierre Watkin), a steel magnate, dies and leaves a strange will. When his spineless and dandified heir and son (Ranny Weeks) returns home from living in Paris, he finds "Tons' Walker (Grant Withers), a strong and burly steel worker running the company, per his late-father's will request. He also finds that his father's will specifies the Junior will change his name to Bill Hall and work in the family steel mill for a year under the fake name. Walker's job is to make a man out of the son. The son is not overjoyed by this prospect. Neither is Walker.

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