Product Tag - J. Farrell MacDonald

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    Kentucky Pride (1925)

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    Kentucky Pride (1925)

    Kentucky Pride is a 1925 American silent drama film directed by John Ford. It is the story of a Beaumont race horse, and it told through from the point of view of the horse via intertitles. A print of the film exists at the Museum of Modern Art film archive

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    4 Devils (1928)

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    4 Devils (1928)

    Film historian and collector William K. Everson stated that the only surviving print was lost by actress Mary Duncan who had borrowed it from Fox Studios. In the December 1974 issue of “Films in Review,” he explained that Mary Duncan, one of the film’s stars, wanted it to show to a group of friends in Florida. The star was aware that it was a dangerous nitrate print and assumed that Fox had others. She threw the only copy in the ocean, a mistake characterized by Everson as “a monumental blunder to rank with Balaclava, Sarajevo, and the Fall of Babylon as one of history’s blackest moments.”

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    Man of Two Worlds (1934)

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    Man of Two Worlds (1934)

    A British explorer brings an Eskimo hunter to London, where he misreads a woman.

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    Waterfront Lady (1935)

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    Waterfront Lady (1935)

    When a young man is befriended by a gambling ship operator and made a partner in the business, he becomes involved in a police manhunt after he covers up a murder committed by his new partner.

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    One Thrilling Night (1942)

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    One Thrilling Night (1942)

    A honeymoon couple in New York for one night of wedded bliss before he’s to join the army, become involved with gangsters after they find a cadaver under their bed.

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    The Phantom Express (1932)

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    The Phantom Express (1932)

    Railroad foes cause terror on the tracks with the illusion of a ghost train.

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    In Old Cheyenne (1941)

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    In Old Cheyenne (1941)

    Roy is a newspaper reporter. He goes to Cheyenne to cover the activities of supposed bad guy Arapahoe Brown. Roy, of course, discovers who the real bad guy is.

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    Gang Bullets (1938)

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    Gang Bullets (1938)

    Gang Bullets was one of a myriad of late-1930s Monogram crime pictures, bearing such interchangable titles as I Am a Criminal, Convict’s Code and Federal Bullets. Morgan Wallace plays a Capone-like racketeer named Anderson, who after being chased out of one town by the authorities immediately sets up shop in another. Unable to get any tangible evidence against Anderson, DA Wayne (Charles Trowbridge) orders his assistant Carter (Robert Kent) to dig up some dirt on the gangster boss. To do this, Carter pretends to turned crooked, joining Anderson’s gang in order to accumulate evidence. Alas, Carter’s girl friend Patricia (Anne Nagel) knows nothing of her boyfriend’s subterfuge, and she suspects the worst. With such formidable henchmen as John Merton and Carleton Young at his beck and call, it’s something of a surprise when Anderson comes a-cropper in the last reel.

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    The Thirteenth Guest (1932)

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    The Thirteenth Guest (1932)

    Thirteen years after a dinner party in which the thirteenth guest failed to arrive, the remaining guests are being murdered one by one, and their bodies being placed at the same dinner table in the appropriate seats they occupied thirteen years prior.

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    The Stolen Jools (1931)

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    The Stolen Jools (1931)

    Star-packed promotional short subject intended to raise funds for the National Variety Artists Tuberculosis Sanatarium. The plot involves Norma Shearer having her jewels stolen.

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    Stagecoach War (1940)

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    Stagecoach War (1940)

    Hoppy is busy chasing stagecoach bandits who sing as they rob.

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