The Case of the Curious Bride (1935)

Rhoda Montaine (Margaret Lindsay) has just learned some shocking news. Her first husband, Gregory Moxley (Errol Flynn), was thought to be dead… but he’s alive. Not only that, he’s blackmailing Rhoda! Rhoda has remarried with Carl Montaine (Donald Woods), a wealthy man. She wants to protect him from scandal, so she calls on her old friend Perry Mason (Warren William) to help her get out … Continue reading The Case of the Curious Bride (1935)

Fog Over Frisco (1934)

It’s a busy night at Bello’s nightclub in San Francisco, California. A man has just arrived from the airport in a hurry, with a pretty hefty stack of stolen bonds in tow. Also visiting the club is Arlene Bradford (Bette Davis), a popular socialite who used to spend a lot more time at Bello’s before announcing her engagement to Spencer Carlton (Lyle Talbot). Now she’s … Continue reading Fog Over Frisco (1934)

Emergency Hospital (1956)

Emergency Hospital is an interesting little “slice of life” film that packs a whole lot of emergency room drama into a tiny 62-minute running time. It provides a peek into the lives of female medical professionals in the 1950s. Released by Bel Air Productions, the film stars Walter Reed, Margaret Lindsay, John Archer, Byron Palmer, and Rita Johnson. Lindsay’s character of Dr. Janet Carey serves largely … Continue reading Emergency Hospital (1956)

A Tragedy at Midnight (1942)

John Howard stars as Greg Sherman, a man who performs a radio broadcast program focused on true crimes. He’s an amateur investigator, spending his time sleuthing about on cases that the cops can’t quite crack. His wife, Beth (Margaret Lindsay) is a mystery writer. Their careers are full of crime and intrigue, but their personal lives also become full of those elements when Greg wakes … Continue reading A Tragedy at Midnight (1942)