Product Tag - Preston Foster

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    Love Before Breakfast (1936)

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    Love Before Breakfast (1936)

    Preston Foster plays Scott Miller, a successful businessman (so successful that he can buy the oil company of his rival for Lombard’s heart, just so he can send the rival off to Japan), who hangs out with a snooty silly Countess in his spare time, but really has the hots for Kay Colby (Carole Lombard). He pursues Lombard like crazy, even though she is already engaged to Bill Wadsworth (Cesar Romero). Bill is sent off to Japan, leaving Kay unmoored, so Scott moves in for the kill, following her around town, buying her drinks, popping up everywhere.

    PKR 250
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    The Plough and the Stars (1936)

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    The Plough and the Stars (1936)

    Barbara Stanwyck stars as the wife of an Irish revolutionary during the Easter rebellion.

    PKR 250
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    Sea Devils (1937)

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    Sea Devils (1937)

    Brash young Coast Guardsman Mike O’Shay and much-decorated CPO ‘Medals’ Malone hate each other even before they meet, and their enmity isn’t helped by O’Shay’s attraction to Doris, Medals’ daughter. Medals has plans for Doris to marry officer’s candidate Steve, and does everything he can to keep Mike and Doris apart. When Steve is seriously injured on an iceberg demolition assignment because Malone and O’Shay are fighting, courts martial are in order. Malone swears he’ll say anything to get O’Shay drummed out of the service, but whose story will the officers believe?

    PKR 250
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    Everybody's Doing It (1938)

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    Everybody’s Doing It (1938)

    Gangsters are attempting to control the solutions (and winning) of the puzzles in a national newspapers picture puzzles contest craze.

    PKR 250
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    Moon Over Burma (1940)

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    Moon Over Burma (1940)

    The managers of a teak lumber camp in Burma compete for the affections of a beautiful American entertainer who gets stranded in Rangoon.

    PKR 250
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    Night in New Orleans (1942)

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    Night in New Orleans (1942)

    A policeman’s family helps to exonerate him of murder charges in the death of a man he had under interrogation.

    PKR 250
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    The People's Enemy (1935)

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    The People’s Enemy (1935)

    Money was what gangster Vince M. Falcone wanted most and he did lay hands on millions of dollars by fair means or (mostly) foul. But once he became rich what he craved for was respectability. So why not marry a lovely society lady? And with a young daughter as a bonus Mister Falcone could show off among the creme de la creme. Of course when times got rough he felt free to desert his wife and little girl. Fortunately Taps, a lawyer working for the underworld, will console them both.

    PKR 250
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    North West Mounted Police (1940)

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    North West Mounted Police (1940)

    Texas Ranger Dusty Rivers (“Isn’t that a contradiction in terms?”, another character asks him) travels to Canada in the 1880s in search of Jacques Corbeau, who is wanted for murder. He wanders into the midst of the Riel Rebellion, in which Métis (people of French and Native heritage) and Natives want a separate nation. Dusty falls for nurse April Logan, who is also loved by Mountie Jim Brett. April’s brother is involved with Courbeau’s daughter Louvette, which leads to trouble during the battles between the rebels and the Mounties. Through it all Dusty is determined to bring Corbeau back to Texas (and April, too, if he can manage it.)

    PKR 250
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    The Time Travelers (1964)

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    The Time Travelers (1964)

    A time travel experiment that was supposed to produce a window into time turns out to be a portal instead. One of the experimenters steps through into a not-too-distant-future world that has been destroyed by nuclear war. Some of the others follow, but then the portal phases out and they can’t get back. Things just get worse after that. They run across a rocket that has landed to escape pursuing enemies, bearing scientists who survived the war, and many android “slaves.” The time travellers are invited to escape when the ship is again ready to blast off – but just before that happens, the scientits’ enemy returns and fires on the sitting-duck ship. A very bad day for the scientists turns terminal at that point, and the 20th-century Earthlings barely escape with their skins.

    PKR 250
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    The Informer (1935)

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    The Informer (1935)

    In 1922, an Irish rebel informs on his friend, then feels doom closing in.

    PKR 250
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    I, the Jury (1953)

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    I, the Jury (1953)

    Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer in his first film adventure. Originally screened in 3D.

    PKR 250
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    The Big Night (1951)

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    The Big Night (1951)

    A film noir treatise about the coming of age of a young man is beautifully realized by the great Joseph Losey. John Drew Barrymore zigzags through the sordid vortex of downtown Los Angeles while seeking vengeance on the man who beat his Father. This superbly crafted “trial by fire” tale with memorable dialogue and shaded photography co-stars Preston Foster, Joan Lorring, Harold St. John and Dorothy Comingore

    PKR 250
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