Public Domain Movies released in 1947

Exploitation film-maker Bud Pollard appears on screen to tell us of Bing Crosby's rise to fame, using scenes from four early Crosby shorts to illustrate his fictional biography

Stu Erwin is convinced he will die soon so crooks can buy his property. With Glenda Farrell. (This is one of the first movies I've encoded for the 5G ipod so the file size is larger and the default resolution is 640x480)

Roy Rogers is an oil prospector who wants to get rights to drill for oil on a promising piece of land. Dale Evans (as Billie) sails a local tugboat named "Apache Rose" and Olin Howlin is Mr. Rogers' lovable old codger friend "Alkali". Bob Nolan and the "Sons of the Pioneers" are around when necessary. Gamblers aboard the boat "Casino Del Mar" aka "S.S. Casino" are the main adversaries, led by nasty George Meeker (as Reed Calhoun).

Boris Karloff is Gruesome in this tale of a gang that uses paralyzing gas to rob banks. I uploaded this because the only other version available here was 3.1 GB in size.

This was one of the three films that Bob Hope did for Paramount with the theme of favorites: blonde, spy and brunette. He was at one of the best moments of his career when this spoof about the detective movie genre went into production. "My Favorite Brunette" was directed by Elliott Nugent with a style that made it fun and light to watch. The screen play by Edmund Beloin and Jack Rose parodies those films that showed a charismatic private eye get into all kinds of dangerous situations.

A young girl finds herself possessed by the spirit of a mischievous demon.

A death row inmate tells the story of how he got his sentence. He was a baby photographer who made the mistake of looking for adventure by agreeing to look after his neighbor's private-eye establishment.

Musical with an "all-colored" cast. Low-budget, but charming.

US propaganda/documentary film about the operations in France/Germany in World War II.