Late Extra (1935)

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James Mason in Late Extra
 

Released in 1935: A young cub newspaper reporter and his girlfriend help Scotland Yard solve a murder and capture a cop killer.

Produced by Ernest Gartside

Directed by Albert Parker

The Actors: James Mason (Jim Martin), Virginia Cherrill (Janet Graham), Alastair Sim (MacPherson), Ian Colin (Ronnie Carson), Clifford McLaglen (Rudolf Weinhart), Cyril Chosack (restaurant waiter Jules), David Horne (newspaper editor Williams), Antoinette Cellier (Silvia Caporelli), Donald Wolfit (Inspector Greville), Hannen Swaffer (himself, reporter), Andreas Malandrinos (Caporelli), Edie Martin (apartment resident), Bernard Miles (Charlie), Bill Shine (Fred), Desmond Tester (copy boy), Ralph Truman (unknown), Michael Wilding (newspaper telephone operator)

 
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Introducing James Mason

The legendary Alistair Cooke was in an acting class at Cambridge and asked a young student what his major was . . . James Mason responded that he was studying to become an architect, and Alistaire Cooke advised him to drop the acting class and focus on architecture. We are fortunate that young James Mason ignored that advice and became one of the most famous actors of the twentieth century. Nominated for the Best Actor award for his performance in the 1954 film version of A Star Is Born, James Mason acted in some of the most famous film stories of the times, including Lolita, North by Northwest, and many more. His first motion picture was supposed to be in The Private Life of Don Juan, the final film featuring Douglas Fairbanks, but after four days of filming was replaced by another actor. The next year, in 1935, he got the leading role in this British crime adventure as a young cub reporter on the trail of a cop killer, and a legendary career was born. Ten years after this film he was the biggest box office draw in England, and a few years after that became one of Hollywood's most famous movie stars. Nominated for three Academy Awards and three Golden Globes, his place in motion picture history was assured. James Mason was a man of very deep convictions, as evidenced by his refusal to ever wear make-up for a motion picture. After becoming a legendary performer he was asked how he would like to be remembered by us, his future fans, and he said, "How do I wish to be remembered, if at all? I think perhaps just as a fairly desirable sort of character actor." Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the very first screen appearance by legendary performer James Mason.

Alastair Sim in 1935
Alastair Sim in 1935
Alastair Sim and Bill Shine
Alastair Sim and Bill Shine
Alastair Sim and Desmond Tester
Alastair Sim and Desmond Tester
Alastair Sim
Alastair Sim
Andreas Malandrinos and James Mason
Andreas Malandrinos and James Mason
Antoinette Cellier and Andreas Malandrinos
Antoinette Cellier and Andreas Malandrinos
Antoinette Cellier and Virginia Cherrill
Antoinette Cellier and Virginia Cherrill
Antoinette Cellier
Antoinette Cellier
Bernard Miles and James Mason
Bernard Miles and James Mason
Bill Shine
Bill Shine
Bill Shine and Alastair Sim
Bill Shine and Alastair Sim
Bill Shine, Alastair Sim and Bernard Miles
Bill Shine, Alastair Sim and Bernard Miles
Clifford McLaglen
Clifford McLaglen
Cyril Chosack
Cyril Chosack
David Horne
David Horne
David Horne and Donald Wolfit
David Horne and Donald Wolfit
David Horne and James Mason
David Horne and James Mason
David Horne
David Horne
Desmond Tester and James Mason
Desmond Tester and James Mason
Donald Wolfit and James Mason
Donald Wolfit and James Mason
Ian Colin
Ian Colin
Ian Colin and Andreas Malandrinos
Ian Colin and Andreas Malandrinos
Ian Colin and Antoinette Cellier
Ian Colin and Antoinette Cellier
Ian Colin as Ronnie Carson
Ian Colin as Ronnie Carson
James Mason
James Mason
James Mason, Alastair Sim and Bill Shine
James Mason, Alastair Sim and Bill Shine
James Mason and Virginia Cherrill
James Mason and Virginia Cherrill
Michael Wilding
Michael Wilding
Michael Wilding and Virginia Cherrill
Michael Wilding and Virginia Cherrill
Virginia Cherrill
Virginia Cherrill
Virginia Cherrill and Andreas Malandrinos
Virginia Cherrill and Andreas Malandrinos
Virginia Cherrill and Antoinette Cellier
Virginia Cherrill and Antoinette Cellier
Virginia Cherrill and James Mason
Virginia Cherrill and James Mason