Public Domain Movies released in 1936

Years after the execution of his father, a young man convinced of his innocence searches for evidence to prove it.

Sitting on the Moon is an excellent showcase for second-echelon stars Roger Pryor and Grace Bradley, here cast as songwriter Danny West and fading movie star Polly Blair. Hoping to jump-start Polly's career, Danny breaks up his partnership with lyricist Mike (William Newell), who finds some comfort in the arms of Polly's wisecracking pal Mattie (Pert Kelton).

Mae Miller (Martha Chapin) wants the finer things in life, luxuries that she feels her husband (Robert Frazer), a doctor, cannot provide for her. She begins to gamble in order to ring in spending money for herself, but winds up deep in debt. To pay her dues, she is reduced to the shame of selling herself.

Overly dramatized cautionary tale of marijuana usage.

A cowboy (Bill Cody) captures two rustlers and collects a $5000 reward. Using the money to take a vacation, he winds up getting accused of a murder he didn't commit.

These are most of the surviving Blooper reels produced by The Warner Club an organisation comprising Warner Bros Stars and Crew. These reels were produced most years and shown at their annual dinner to poke fun at the mistakes that had been made during that year's productions.

Henry Hunter stars as park ranger Dick Sherwood, who gets mixed up in a series of murders. The killings are tied in with $90,000 in stolen money, which the four villains had hidden in a Yellowstone cave 17 years earlier. Upon their release from prison, each of the criminals makes a dash for the dough; only three survive.

Also known as "The Mystery of the Marie Celeste". You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.

After being run out of town after town for trying to sell worthless stock, two con artists (Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson) breeze into the small town of Chesterville, where they find themselves accused of kidnapping a young boy to whom they offered a ride.

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