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Twin Husbands (November 30, 1933)

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Twin Husbands
 

Released November 30, 1933: (running time 68 minutes) A man wakes up in a strange mansion with a new name, a new wife, and a mystery to solve.

Produced by Maury M. Cohen

Directed by Frank F. Strayer

The Actors: John Miljan (Jerry Van Trevor and Jerry Werrenden), Shirley Grey (Chloe Werrenden), Monroe Owsley (Colton Drain), Hale Hamilton (Colonel Gordon Lewis), Robert Elliott (Sergeant Kerrigan), Maurice Black (Feets, burgler), William Franklin (Chuck, burgler), Wilson Benge (Greyson the butler), Al Bridge (Highway Patrolman), Joseph W. Girard (Police Captain Hayes)

 
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The Thousand Dollar a Minute Husband

It is a dark and stormy night in 1933. Thunder and lightning are ripping through the darkness as heavy rain pounds the wealthy Long Island country estate. A man is lying on a couch in the dark mansion drawing room, and as we watch, he wakes up, shakes his head, and rises to his feet.

The man looks at the expensive watch on his wrist. He takes his wallet out and examines the stack of large bills in it. He looks at a business card in the wallet with his name on it. He walks across the room to a desk where he sees the date . . . It is November 21, 1938. But wait, we are in 1933, are we not? He picks up the telephone and asks the telephone operator what day it is. She responds that it is November 21, 1938.

The man realizes that he has no memory of the past five years. The last thing he remembers is taking a train from Florida to New York City in 1933. When he arrived in New York City in 1933, he hailed a taxi cab and got into it, . . . and . . . and now he wakes up on the couch in a wealthy estate on Long Island. His butler informs him that his wife and his secretary are also in the mansion.

He is wearing clothes that he does not recognize, he has a business card with a name that he does not recognize, and it is almost five years from the day that he got into that taxi cab in New York City. Thunder is booming outside the library, lightning is flashing in the window, and his wife enters the room. Now it is going to get crazy . . . . Very, very crazy. I’ve never experienced a mystery quite like this one, have you? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Hale Hamilton
Hale Hamilton
Hale Hamilton and John Miljan
Hale Hamilton and John Miljan
Hale Hamilton
Hale Hamilton
John Miljan and Hale Hamilton
John Miljan and Hale Hamilton
john Miljan and Monroe Owsley
john Miljan and Monroe Owsley
John Miljan and Shirley Grey
John Miljan and Shirley Grey
John Miljan and Shirley Grey
John Miljan and Shirley Grey
John Miljan and Shirley Grey
John Miljan and Shirley Grey
John Miljan
John Miljan
Joseph W. Girard and Monroe Owsley
Joseph W. Girard and Monroe Owsley
Monroe Owsley
Monroe Owsley
Monroe Owsley and Hale Hamilton
Monroe Owsley and Hale Hamilton
Monroe Owsley and Shirley Grey
Monroe Owsley and Shirley Grey
Monroe Owsley
Monroe Owsley
Robert Elliott
Robert Elliott
Shirley Grey
Shirley Grey
Shirley Grey and John Miljan
Shirley Grey and John Miljan
Shirley Grey and Monroe Owsley
Shirley Grey and Monroe Owsley
Shirley Grey
Shirley Grey
William Franklin and Maurice Black
William Franklin and Maurice Black
Wilson Benge and John Miljan
Wilson Benge and John Miljan
Wilson Benge
Wilson Benge