Basil Rathbone

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    The Flirting Widow (1930)

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    The Flirting Widow (1930)

    A stern father insists his older daughter must have a husband first before her younger sister can marry, so the elder sibling creates a fictitious fiancé, who she then announces has been killed. No one is more surprised than older sis, however, when her dead, imaginary sweetheart comes knocking at the door. Comedy.

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    Rio (Original)

    Diabolical French capitalist Paul Reynard is forced to leave Irene, his bride of one year, when he is arrested for the crimes of forgery and embezzlement and sentenced to a penal colony off the coast of South America.
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    Region: 2
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    The Garden of Allah (1936)

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    The Garden of Allah (1936)

    The star-crossed desert romance of a cloistered woman and a renegade monk.

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    Frenchman's Creek (1944)

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    Frenchman’s Creek (1944)

    An English lady falls madly in love with a French Pirate after he kidnaps her from her ancestral home on the coast of Cornwall.

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    The Wind in the Willows (1949)

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    The Wind in the Willows (1949)

    This animated fairy tale for kids tells the classic story of a dapper, automobile loving fellow named Mr. Toad, whose passion becomes a problem when he’s framed for stealing cars by a band of rogue weasels.

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    Confession (1937)

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    Confession (1937)

    Vera Kowalska (Kay Francis) is put on trial for murdering the pianist Michael Michailow (Basil Rathbone), who was having an affair with a young music student, Lisa Koslov (Jane Bryan). In court it is shown that some years ago Michael had seduced Vera, ruining her marriage.

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    The Last Hurrah (1958)

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    The Last Hurrah (1958)

    An aging politician tries to get re-elected one last time in the changing world of the 1950s when TV started to play a bigger part in politics. Based loosely on the career of multi-term Boston Mayor James Michael Curley, this film examines the good and evil inherent in politics and all the things that go into an election. Tracy’s uphill battle to stay in office is set against the political machinery that preyed on ethnic hatred and old-time money.

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    The Dawn Patrol (1938)

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    The Dawn Patrol (1938)

    In 1915 France, Major Brand commands the 39th Squadron of the Royal Flying Corps. The young airmen go up in bullet-riddled “crates” and the casualty rate is appalling, but Brand can’t make the “brass hats” at headquarters see reason. Insubordinate air ace Captain Courtney is another thorn in Brand’s side…but finds the smile wiped from his face when he rises to command the squadron himself. Everyone keeps a stiff upper lip.

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    The Mad Doctor (1940)

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    The Mad Doctor (1940)

    Basil Rathbone is the batty physician of the title, a sophisticated gentleman who woos and weds several of his wealthy women patients. Unfortunately the ladies have a bad habit of dying prematurely, with the above-suspicion doctor diagnosing these deaths as the result of disease. Given the film’s title, it isn’t hard to figure out that the doctor has been knocking off his wives himself through sophisticated medical methods. An intriguing plot twist involves the doctor’s loyal male assistant (Martin Kosleck), who tampers with the buried bodies of the victims to hide the evidence; though it’s never made obvious by the script, it is implied that the doctor and his assistant have a strong sexual bond between them. The ex-fiance of Dr. Rathbone’s latest bride (Ellen Drew) saves the woman from suffering the fate of her predecessors, leaving Rathbone no recourse but a suicidal plunge off a skyscraper.

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    Love from a Stranger (1937)

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    Love from a Stranger (1937)

    Ann Harding plays a lovely but somewhat naive young woman who goes on a European vacation after winning a lottery. Swept off her feet by charming Basil Rathbone, Harding finds herself married before she is fully able to grasp the situation. Slowly but surely, Rathbone’s loving veneer crumbles; when he casually asks Harding to sign a document turning her entire fortune over to him, she deduces that her days are numbered.

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    Terror by Night (1946)

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    Terror by Night (1946)

    Holmes is hired by Roland Carstairs to prevent the theft of the Star of Rhodesia, an enormous diamond owned by Carstairs’ mother, Lady Margaret. Believing the diamond will be stolen on a train trip from London to Edinburgh, Holmes deftly switches diamonds with Lady Margaret while in her compartment. Soon after, Roland is murdered and the fake diamond is stolen.

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    We're No Angels

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    We’re No Angels

    Three convicts escape from prison on Devil’s Island just before Christmas and arrive at a nearby French colonial town. They go to the store of the Ducotels, the only store that gives supplies on credit. They initially intend to take advantage of them but have a change of heart after they find the family is in financial troubles.

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