The World Gone Mad (April 15, 1933)

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J. Carrol Naish in The World Gone Mad
 

Released April 15, 1933: The District Attorney is murdered, and a hot shot reporter helps uncover the stock fraud that got him killed.

Produced by Phil Goldstone

Directed by Christy Cabanne

The Actors: Pat O'Brien (Andy Terrell), Evelyn Brent (Carlotta Lamont), Neil Hamilton (Lionel Houston), Mary Brian (Diane Cromwell), Louis Calhern (Christopher Bruno), J. Carrol Naish (Ramon Salvadore), Buster Phelps (Ralph Henderson), Richard Tucker (Graham Gaines), John St. Polis (Grover Cromwell), Geneva Mitchell (Evelyn Henderson), Wallis Clark (District Attorney Avery Henderson), Huntley Gordon (Osborne), Inez Courtney (Susan Bibins, the telephone operator), Max Davidson (Abe Cohen the tailor), Chester Gan (Alpha Delta, Houston's servant), Joseph W. Girard (Police Detective Nichols), Harrison Greene (Al the bartender), Ben Hall (Newspaper office boy), Lloyd Ingraham (Blair, the newspaper editor), Syd Saylor (Colllins the janitor), Rolfe Sedan (the man on the phone), Charles Sullivan (truckdriver killer)

 

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Boom, Boom, Boom and Somebody Fall Down

One day in the late 1970’s I walked into a tobacco shop in the local shopping mall with the intention of buying a pouch of tobacco for my pipe. Yes, back then tobacco shops were popular places in shopping malls. Anyway, the fellow behind the counter struck up a conversation and told me that the shop was looking for a part time clerk to work a couple of evenings a week, and he thought I might be the fellow to fill the spot. This led to that and I began working at the shop on a couple of spare evenings a week, and I got to know Donald. Donald flew B-52 bombers during the Viet Nam war from the Philippines to the battle areas. After the war, with his top secret clearance, he flew planes from the mountains of Colorado to different parts of the world with passengers that he could not talk about. When I met Donald his military career was behind him and he was a retired Sheriff’s Deputy from a local community. He also worked a few nights at the tobacco shop and we became best friends. When he told me about his days as a Sheriff’s Deputy . . . The days before cameras were everywhere . . . . The days before ‘politically correct’ was a known phrase . . . Policemen in many parts of the U.S. were almost above the law that they enforced. He commented to me several times after a story about an adventure with gangsters that his O.I.C. (Officer in Charge), would shake his head and remark that the only thing keeping the Deputies on the out-side of the prison bars was their badge. The methods that they used to bring gangsters to justice were often very close to the methods that the gangsters used.

Ben Hall
Ben Hall
Buster Phelps
Buster Phelps
Evelyn Brent and Louis Calhern
Evelyn Brent and Louis Calhern
Evelyn Brent and Pat O'Brien
Evelyn Brent and Pat O'Brien
Evelyn Brent and Pat O'Brien
Evelyn Brent and Pat O'Brien
Evelyn Brent
Evelyn Brent
Evelyn Brent
Evelyn Brent
Geneva Mitchell and Alexander Pollard
Geneva Mitchell and Alexander Pollard
Geneva Mitchell and Buster Phelps
Geneva Mitchell and Buster Phelps
Geneva Mitchell, Pat O'Brien and Neil Hamilton
Geneva Mitchell, Pat O'Brien and Neil Hamilton
Geneva Mitchell, Pat O'Brien and Neil Hamilton
Geneva Mitchell, Pat O'Brien and Neil Hamilton
Geneva Mitchell
Geneva Mitchell
Harrison Greene and Pat O'Brien
Harrison Greene and Pat O'Brien
Inez Courtney
Inez Courtney
Inez Courtney
Inez Courtney
J. Carrol Naish
J. Carrol Naish
J. Carrol Naish, Evelyn Brent and Louis Calhern
J. Carrol Naish, Evelyn Brent and Louis Calhern
J. Carrol Naish and Evelyn Brent
J. Carrol Naish and Evelyn Brent
J. Carrol Naish and Louis Calhern
J. Carrol Naish and Louis Calhern
J. Carrol Naish
J. Carrol Naish
J. Carrol Naish
J. Carrol Naish
John St. Polis
John St. Polis
John St. Polis and Mary Brian
John St. Polis and Mary Brian
John St. Polis and Neil Hamilton
John St. Polis and Neil Hamilton
John St. Polis and Richard Tucker
John St. Polis and Richard Tucker
John St. Polis
John St. Polis
Joseph W. Girard, Pat O'Brien and Syd Saylor
Joseph W. Girard, Pat O'Brien and Syd Saylor
Lloyd Ingraham
Lloyd Ingraham
Louis Calhern
Anne Gwynne
Louis Calhern, Evelyn Brent and J. Carrol Naish
Louis Calhern, Evelyn Brent and J. Carrol Naish
Louis Calhern and Richard Tucker
Louis Calhern and Richard Tucker
Louis Calhern
Louis Calhern
Louis Calhern
Louis Calhern
Mary Brian and John St. Polis
Mary Brian and John St. Polis
Mary Brian
Mary Brian
Max Davidson
Max Davidson
Neil Hamilton
Neil Hamilton
Neil Hamilton and Mary Brian
Neil Hamilton and Mary Brian
Neil Hamilton and Pat O'Brien
Neil Hamilton and Pat O'Brien
Neil Hamilton, Richard Tucker and Huntley Gordon
Neil Hamilton, Richard Tucker and Huntley Gordon
Neil Hamilton
Neil Hamilton
Neil Hamilton
Neil Hamilton
Pat O'Brien and Ben Hall
Pat O'Brien and Ben Hall
Pat O'Brien and J. Carrol Naish
Pat O'Brien and J. Carrol Naish
Pat O'Brien and Neil Hamilton
Pat O'Brien and Neil Hamilton
Pat O'Brien
Pat O'Brien
Richard Tucker and Huntley Gordon
Anne Gwynne
Richard Tucker
Richard Tucker
Syd Saylor
Syd Saylor
Wallis Clark and Geneva Mitchell
Wallis Clark and Geneva Mitchell
Wallis Clark
Wallis Clark
Wallis Clark
Wallis Clark