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Africa Screams  (1949)

Abbott & Costello search for diamonds in Africa, along the way meeting a visually-impaired gunner, a hungry lion, and a tribe of cannibals.

Angel and the Badman  (1946)

Quirt Evans, an all round bad guy, is nursed back to health and sought after by Penelope Worth, a Quaker girl. He eventually finds himself having to choose between his world and the world Penelope lives in.

Angel On My Shoulder  (1946)

The Devil arranges for a deceased gangster to return to Earth as a well-respected judge to make up for his previous life.

Behind Green Lights  (1946)

Police lieutenant Sam Carson investigates a political murder after the victim is dumped at the door of police headquarters.

Beyond Tomorrow  (1940)

The ghosts of three elderly industrialists killed in an airplane crash return to earth to help reunite a young couple whom they initially brought together.

Blood on the Sun  (1945)

A dedicated American reporter in 1930s Japan is determined to expose that government's plan for world domination.

That Brennan Girl  (1946)

The film begins on Mother's Day, 1938 when 14-year-old Ziggy Brennan (Mona Freeman buys a gardenia for her mother. Ziggy's youthful exuberance disappears when she enters their apartment and finds her mother, Natalie (June Duprez), drinking with a strange man.

Buck Benny Rides Again  (1940)

Jack Benny (as himself) tries to make good his fictitious boasts about roughing it in Nevada, in a spoof of Western cliches.

Cheers For Miss Bishop  (1941)

Ella Bishop (Martha Scott), a young Midwestern woman, is determined to teach college. While she encounters numerous difficulties along the way, Ella does eventually become a teacher -- though her academic career proves far more stable than her love life.

Detour  (1945)

Chance events trap hitch-hiker Al Roberts in a tightening net of film noir trouble.

Dishonored Lady  (1947)

A beautiful editor at a fashion magazine has a breakdown due to the pressures of her work and her disappointing love life. A psychiatrist recommends that she start life fresh by moving into a smaller apartment and under another name.

D.O.A.  (1949)

Frank Bigelow, told he's been poisoned and has only a few days to live, tries to find out who killed him and why.

The Fabulous Dorseys  (1947)

The rise and rise of the Fabulous Dorsey brothers is charted in this whimsical step down memory lane, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey play themselves in this vehicle for their excellent music.

Gaslight  (1940)

Twenty years after the murder of Alice Barlow, her house is finally occupied again. However, the husband from the couple who have moved in has a secret which he will do anything to keep hidden.

The Ghost Train  (1941)

High jinks and chills ensue when a group of people become stranded at an isolated station and a legendary phantom train approaches.

Gung Ho!  (1943)

The true story of Carlson's Raiders and their World War II attack on Makin Island.

Heading for Heaven  (1947)

Stuart Erwin plays a small-town real estate agent who owns much property which, for several generations, has failed to sell even while the town has grown. It becomes known, except to Erwin, that the property is being considered for the new airport and the owner will make a small fortune.

He Walked by Night  (1948)

This film-noir piece, told in semi-documentary style, follows police on the hunt for a resourceful criminal who shoots and kills a cop.

His Girl Friday  (1940)

A newspaper editor uses every trick in the book to keep his ace reporter ex-wife from remarrying.

Impact  (1949)

A unfaithful wife plots with her lover to kill her husband, but the lover is accidentally killed instead. The husband stays in hiding, and lets his wife be charged with conspiracy.

The Inspector General  (1949)

An illiterate stooge in a traveling medicine show wanders into a strange town and is picked up on a vagrancy charge. The town's corrupt officials mistake him for the inspector general whom they think is traveling in disguise.

It's A Joke, Son!  (1947)

When the Daughters of Dixie nominate a candidate for State Senator, the local political machine run by Northerners fears its candidate will be defeated, and chooses her husband as a candidate in order to split the anti-machine vote.

Life With Father  (1947)

A financier from New York rules his numerous family, consisting of his wife and his four sons, with the meticulousness of a bookkeeper.

Love Laughs At Andy Hardy  (1946)

Andy Hardy goes to college after returning from World War II. He is in love with Kay Wilson this time.

Man Who Walked Alone  (1945)

A hitch-hiking stranger manages a lift from a young woman into the town he's destined for, and she's from. Both land up in jail, twice, as the small town and its leading family slowly unravel the in-plain-sight mystery behind this man.

A Matter of Life and Death  (1946)

A British wartime aviator who cheats death must argue for his life before a celestial court.

Meet John Doe  (1941)

A man needing money agrees to impersonate a nonexistent person who said he'd be committing suicide as a protest, and a political movement begins.

Miss London Ltd  (1943)

Terry Arden (Evelyn Dall) travels to England to take over her half of her late fathers dating service run by Arthur Bowden (Arthur Askey).

My Favorite Brunette  (1947)

Shortly before his execution on the death row in San Quentin, amateur sleuth and baby photographer Ronnie Jackson, tells reporters how he got there.

Our Town  (1940)

Change comes slowly to a small New Hampshire town in the early 20th century. People grow up, get married, live, and die. Milk and the newspaper get delivered every morning, and nobody locks their front doors.

Passport to Pimlico  (1949)

The accidental explosion of an undetonated German bomb left over from World War II unearths a long-buried cellar containing both fabulous riches and a previously unknown royal charter from King Edward IV that cedes the surrounding land to the last Duke of Burgundy. Since the charter has never been rescinded, the London district of Pimlico is now legally the long-lost Duchy of Burgundy, and therefore no longer subject to British law, including postwar rationing and pub closure hours.

Penny Serenade  (1941)

A couple's big dreams give way to a life full of unexpected sadness and unexpected joy

Pot o Gold  (1941)

Jimmy goes to work with his uncle, the owner of a food factory. Before he gets there, he befriends an Irish family who happens to be his uncle's worst enemy because of their love for music and in-house band who constantly practices.

Private Snuffy Smith  (1942)

Snuffy Smith, moonshining hillbilly, grows tired of dodging revenue agents, headed by Cooper, and decides to take the army up on their offer of free clothes, food and $21.00 a month

The Red House  (1947)

An old man and his sister are concealing a terrible secret from their adopted teen daughter, concerning a hidden abandoned farmhouse, located deep in the woods.

Scarlet Street  (1945)

When a man in mid-life crisis befriends a young woman, her venal fiance persuades her to con him out of some of the fortune she thinks he has.

Seven Were Saved  (1947)

Shortly after WW2, a military transport plane carrying an assortment of passengers crashes into the South China Sea forcing the survivors to await their rescue into a life-raft.

Shock  (1946)

A psychologically distraught woman is committed to a private sanitarium by the man whom she witnessed commit a murder.

Son of the Navy  (1940)

A sailor hitchhiking to his base at San Pedro and an orphan boy who has taken along his dog in a search for a mother and father meet up on the road.

The Southerner  (1945)

The life of the poor Tucker family, that worked as cotton pluggers and decided to get their own ground, but nature is against them.

The Stranger  (1946)

An investigator from the War Crimes Commission travels to Connecticut to find an infamous Nazi.

Strange Love of Martha Ivers  (1946)

A ruthless, domineering woman is married to an alcoholic D.A., her childhood companion who is the only living witness to her murder of her rich aunt seventeen years earlier.

Strangers in the Night  (1944)

A lonely, mentally unbalanced woman invents a fictitious daughter and has the "daughter" write to a Marine stationed in the South Pacific.

This Is The Army  (1943)

AIn WWI dancer Jerry Jones stages an all-soldier show on Broadway, called Yip Yip Yaphank. Wounded in the war, he becomes a producer. In WWII his son Johnny Jones, who was before his father's assistant, gets the order to stage a new all-soldier show, called This is the Army. But in his personal life he has problems, because he refuses to marry his fiancée until the war is over.

Till The Clouds Roll By  (1946)

On the success of his latest and most elaborate Broadway musical "Show Boat", composer Jerome Kern reminisces to his chauffeur about his life that led to this point.

Tom Brown's School Days  (1940)

A young boy starts at Rugby boarding school. He is tormented by Flashman, the school bully.

Too Late For Tears  (1949)

Through a fluke circumstance, a ruthless woman stumbles across a suitcase filled with $60,000, and is determined to hold onto it even if it means murder.

Topper Returns  (1941)

A fun-loving young woman is murdered after trading bedrooms with her wealthy friend. Her ghost seeks aid from Topper to find the murderer.

War of the Wildcats  (1943)

Cowboy Dan Somers and oilman Jim "Hunk" Gardner compete for oil lease rights on Indian land in Oklahoma, as well as for the favors of schoolteacher Cathy Allen.