Public Domain Movies released in 1932

The first talking remake of the 1927 Alfred Hitchcock classic, The Lodger. Stars Ivor Novello in the role of the lodger and an early appearance by Jack Hawkins. Produced by Julius Hagen and directed by Maurice Elvey

An early mystery set at a movie studio.

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Richard Walters (Howard Phillips) is condemned to death for a murder he claims not to have committed. He arrives on death row just before a brutal inmate leads the other convicts in a violent uprising. Walters gets caught up in the riot, while on the outside his friends are trying to find evidence of his innocence.

Taken from IMDB: Naive, bookish Professor Post (of Potts College) inherits a huge amount of money and decides that now he can afford to go out and enjoy life. He falls for a dancer in a bad stage show, and with his new money decides to buy the show and take it to Broadway.

For some reason, I found this early talkie interesting despite the stilted dialog, poor acting, and lack of retakes.

A romance from Tiffany Productions.

HELL'S HIGHWAY, story by Samuel Ornits, Robert Tasker and Rowland Brown; directed by Rowland Brown; an RKO Radio Production. At the RKO Mayfair. Frank Ellis . . . . . Richard Dix Johnny Ellis . . . . . Tom Brown Mary Ellen . . . . . Rochelle Hudson Blacksnake Skinner . . . . . C. Henry Gordon Pop-Eye Jackson . . . . . Warner Richmond Blind Maxie . . . . . Sandy Roth Matthew the Hermit . . . . . Charles Middleton Rascal . . . . . Clarence Muse Whiteside . . . . . Stanley Fields Romeo Schultz . . . . . Jed Kiley Society Red . . . . . Fuzzy Knight Hype . . . . . Bert Starkey Spike . . . . .

A businessman's daughter (Jessie Matthews) runs away from an arranged marriage, only to find herself penniless and suspected of theft after she becomes the victim of a bag thief (Owen Nares) in the train. When she refuses to tell him who she really is, her accuser decides to take her home where he can keep an eye on her until 12 o'clock the next day, the time at which she has calculated that it will be safe to tell the truth! But when his fiancée arrives unexpectedly and then his 'guest' is mistaken for her, it all gets rather embarrassing.

Also known as "What Price Gloria?" Part of the "Baby Bulesks" series You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.

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