Public Domain Movies released in 1937

16th century adventurer Michael Ingleby (Laurence Olivier)goes undercover as a dead traitor to foil a plot to assassinate Queen Elizabeth (Flora Robson). Vivien Leigh plays Cynthia, an absent-minded lady-in-waiting who makes the aging monarch jealous when she falls for the young Ingleby. Flora Robson .... Queen Elizabeth I of England Raymond Massey .... King Philip II of Spain Leslie Banks .... 'Robin', the Earl of Leicester Laurence Olivier .... Michael Ingolby Vivien Leigh .... Cynthia Morton Selten .... Lord Burleigh Tamara Desni .... Elena Lyn Harding ....

From Imdb; In this romantic tale Paderewski, the famed pianist, and two other plane crash survivors are guests of a Swedish baroness. Interwoven throughout this gentle and charming story are exquisite piano solos performed superbly by the elderly pianist, Paderewski.

A high-school girl gets involved with a ring of teenage marijuana smokers, not realizing that she is being framed by greedy relatives out to prevent her from getting an inheritance, and starts down the road to ruin. A reporter poses as a soda jerk to infiltrate the gang of teen dope fiends and save the clean and wholesome youth of the town from the horrors of marijuana addiction.

Wallace Ford and Dean Jagger in a story involving newsreels and early television. Don't bother downloading the h.264 file. The Cinepack file from which it is derived is smaller.

Tex (Tex Ritter) and sidekick Grass (Syd Saylor) join McGill's (William Faversham) traveling show. When Price (Forrest Taylor) has McGill's wagons burned, Tex becomes the county tax collector to earn money. This leads to trouble as one of those owing money is Price who says he will not pay.

Cattlemen's Protective Association agent Tom Wade (Tom Tyler) and his partner Happy (Howard Bryant) are assigned to look into the disappearance of rancher John Carroll (Lafe McKee), who has been abducted by Carson (Forrest Taylor), who wants to use his out-of-the-way ranch as a base for his smuggling operations.

In this satire of British-American relations, Edward G. Robinson stars as Dan Armstrong, a hard-sell American salesman whose company sends him to England to learn how to tone down his act. There he meets some distant relatives, the aristocrats Sir Peter and Lady Challoner (Arthur Wontner and Annie Esmond).

The hotshot newspaper reporter Wallace Cook (Fredric March) tries to get in the good graces of his boss, Oliver Stone (Walter Connolly) by exploiting the "imminent" death of an ailing young woman, Hazel Flagg (Carole Lombard). By way of newsprint the doomed young lady becomes the toast of New York City until her health situation is revealed as a hoax. IMHO one of the best comedies that went into Public Domain. The funny story telling by William A. Wellman and the great cast makes this one an highly enjoyable A Class Movie.

When Temple's miners strike gold they send Jake (Ed Brady) to file the claim. Dana (Charles King) is in the Recorder's office and overhears. He and his men kill Jake and forge new deeds. Now owning everything Dana tries to kick the Temple group off their land. But Jack (Addison Randall) and sidekick Lucky (Hal Price) are on hand and plan to help them fight back.

The protagonist goes after a company that is selling a drug containing radium.

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