Claire Dodd

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    Elmer, The Great (1933)

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    Elmer, The Great (1933)

    Elmer does not want to leave Gentryville, because Nellie is the one that he loves. Even when Mr. Wade of the Chicago Cubs comes to get him, it is only because Nellie spurns him that he goes. As always, Elmer is the king of batters and he wins game after game. When Nellie comes to see Elmer in Chicago, she sees him kissing Evelyn and she wants nothing to do with him anymore. So Healy takes him to a gambling club, where Elmer does not know that the chips are money. He finds that he owes the gamblers $5000 and they make him sign a note for it. Sad at losing Nellie, mad at his teammates and in debt to the gamblers, Elmer disappears as the Cubs are in the deciding game for the Series.

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    Massacre (1934)

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    Massacre (1934)

    Rodeo stunt rider Richard Barthelmess (as Joe “Chief” Thunder-Horse) thrills crowds at the Chicago “World’s Fair” celebrating a century of progress in Native American Indian affairs. An assimilated Sioux, Mr. Barthelmess receives word that back on the Reservation his father is dying. Barthelmess takes time out to fulfill a sexual fantasy with shapely blonde Claire Dodd (as Norma), then drives to the Reservation with his happy-go-lucky manservant. On the way, he is attracted to red-skinned Ann Dvorak (as Lydia). Barthelmess discovers his forgotten brethren are being mistreated, and need help…

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    Smarty (1934)

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    Smarty (1934)

    Vicki Wallace takes great pleasure in teasing her husband,Tony Wallace, who takes no pleasure at all in being teased and it isn’t long before he ups and clips her on the chin. Vicki’s friend and attorney, Vernon Thorpe, secures a divorce for her, and Vicki and Vernon are soon married. Vicki’s yen for wearing revealing clothes and a penchant for inviting ex-husband Tony to dinner soon provokes the easily-provoked Vernon into belting one on her himself. She goes to Tony’s apartment, where Tony is entertaining Bonnie, who is not all that entertained by the presence of Vicki, especially after Vicki shows every intent of moving in and staying.

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    I Sell Anything (1934)

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    I Sell Anything (1934)

    Auctioneer Spot Cash Cutler is planning the scam of a lifetime, but will he get burned?

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    The Goose and the Gander (1935)

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    The Goose and the Gander (1935)

    When Georgiana Summers (Kay Francis) learns that the woman (Genevieve Tobin) who stole and married her husband is planning a romantic tryst with a new love (George Brent), she hatches a giddy plot to expose the rendezvous and pay her back.

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    Murder by an Aristocrat (1936)

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    Murder by an Aristocrat (1936)

    A wealthy family is blackmailed, murder results, and a nurse at the scene of the crime is determined to figure out who-done-it.

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    The Women Men Marry (1937)

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    The Women Men Marry (1937)

    A newsman (George Murphy) with a no-good wife (Claire Dodd) exposes a religious racket with a newswoman (Josephine Hutchinson) who loves him.

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    Ex-Lady (1933)

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    Ex-Lady (1933)

    Although free spirit Helen Bauer does not believe in marriage, she consents to marry Don, but his infidelities cause her to also take on a lover.

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    The Glass Key (1935)

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    The Glass Key (1935)

    Adapted from one of Dashiell Hammett’s best novels, The Glass Key is a lively and straightforward melodrama of political corruption and urban intrigue. George Raft plays Ed Beaumont, the right-hand man to genial ward heeler Paul Madvig (Edward Arnold), who wants to clean up his political act. On the eve of a major election, Madvig is implicated in a murder, and it’s up to Beaumont to help him out.

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    Blondie Johnson

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    Blondie Johnson

    When Blondie Johnson’s mother dies in poverty, Blondie vows that she will never be poor again. Convinced that virtue doesn’t pay, she travels to the city and immediately begins a con with the help of taxi driver Red Charley. Later that evening, after splitting the take with Red, one of her marks, Danny Jones, spots her and invites her home with him for a talk.

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