Tag Archives: Richard Lane

Edward Dmytryk – Confessions of Boston Blackie (1941)

A reformed thief cracks a ring of art thieves to clear himself of murder charges. Read More »

Edward F. Cline – Go Chase Yourself (1938)

Plot:
THE LUCILLE BALL RKO COMEDY COLLECTION VOL. 1
Long before she was crowned the queen of TV, Lucille Ball reigned as the “Queen of the Bs” for RKO Pictures, appearing in over 43 films in under a decade. Although she had yet to find her niche, Lucy’s prodigious talents, grace and charm as a performer found her much in demand across a wide variety of movies. This collection brings together three rarely seen cinematic treasures from Lucy’s RKO days, giving modern audiences a chance to witness a star on the rise. 3 Films on 2 DVDs. Read More »

Anthony Mann – Two O’Clock Courage (1945)

UCLA Film and Television Archive writes:
An amnesiac (Tom Conway), aided by a kindly taxi driver (Ann Rutherford), recovers his identity in a citywide search for clues, finding himself at the center of a murder intrigue involving theatrical writers and producers, a stolen play, jealousy and blackmail. It’s a heck of a way to reawaken to the world, but our hero reconstitutes both his identity and the truth in this taut thriller. Read More »