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Waterfront Lady (October 5, 1935)

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Ann Rutherford and Frank Albertson
 

Released October 5, 1935: (running time 58 minutes) A playboy gambling ship operator takes the rap for a murder that his boss committed, and while hiding from the cops on the waterfront, meets the lady of his dreams.

Produced by Nat Levine

Directed by Joseph Santley

The Actors: Ann Rutherford (Joan O'Brien) Frank Albertson (Ronny Hillyer), J. Farrell MacDonald (Captain O'Brien), Barbara Pepper (Gloria Vance), Charles C. Wilson (Jim 'Mac' McFee), Grant Withers (Tod), Purnell Pratt (District Attorney Shaw), Jack La Rue (Tom Burden), Ward Bond (Jess), Paul Porcasi (Tony Spadaloni), Mary Gordon (Mrs. O'Flaherty), Mathilde Comont (Mrs. Spadaloni), Robert Emmett O'Connor (Police Lieutenant), Clarence Wilson (the truant officer), Victor Potel (Alex), Wally Albright (Mickey O'Flaherty), Smiley Burnette (musician), Naomi Judge (Mrs. DeLacy), Norma Taylor (the blonde casino patron), Dorothy Ates (the pushy blonde), Lynton Brent (the croupier), Jack Chefe (casino extra), Kernan Cripps (Bates, detective), Sam Harris (casino gambler), John Ince (craps shooter), Frankie Marvin (musician) Lew Meehan (radio patrol driver), Frank Meredith (patrol boat officer), Charlotte Miles (Mrs. Homer), Jack Pennick (ship gambler), Lee Phelps (J.W. Blake, detective), Dick Rush (raid detective)

 

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The Man on the Run and the Fisherman’s Daughter

Ronny, played by Frank Albertson, is a young man stuck in a lowly paying job who is given a chance at fame and fortune by a wealthy nightclub owner. The nightclub owner has a private yacht, and specially invited guests come aboard every evening for a cruise in the bay, where they gamble the night away. Ronny manages the nightly gambling excursions, and his best talent is keeping the pretty ladies happy while their men gamble.

As our adventure opens, the boss comes aboard his yacht and tells Ronny that he is now a partner, and will have full control of the gambling yacht. Unfortunately, there is a police snitch aboard, and the yacht is about to be raided. When confronted by the big boss, the police snitch pulls out a gun, and in the struggle, the big boss kills the police snitch.

Ronny runs into the room and discovers his boss standing over the dead body of the police snitch. Ronny grabs the gun from his boss and dives overboard before the cops get to the crime scene. The boss plays dumb, and the cops believe that Ronny killed the man and ran away.

Cops all over town are searching for Ronny, but he has found the perfect hiding place among the poorest fishermen on the docks, where no one will know that he is on the run. This is the place that Ronny, who is chased by all the glamorous women on the gambling yacht, discovers a Waterfront Lady who just might catch this ladies’ man, . . . . If the cops don’t find him first, and they will! Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Frank Albertson on the run
Frank Albertson on the run
Ann Rutherford
Ann Rutherford
Ann Rutherford and Grant Withers
Ann Rutherford and Grant Withers
Ann Rutherford dances with Frank Albertson
Ann Rutherford dances with Frank Albertson
Ann Rutherford
Ann Rutherford
Barbara Pepper
Barbara Pepper
Barbara Pepper and Charles C. Wilson
Barbara Pepper and Charles C. Wilson
Barbara Pepper and Frank Albertson
Barbara Pepper and Frank Albertson
Barbara Pepper, Ward Bond, Charles C. Wilson
Barbara Pepper, Ward Bond, Charles C. Wilson
Barbara Pepper and Frank Albertson
Barbara Pepper and Frank Albertson
Barbara Pepper
Barbara Pepper
Charles C. Wilson
Charles C. Wilson
Charles C. Wilson and Frank Albertson
Charles C. Wilson and Frank Albertson
Charles C. Wilson and Ward Bond
Charles C. Wilson and Ward Bond
Frank Albertson
Frank Albertson
Frank Albertson and Barbara Pepper
Frank Albertson and Barbara Pepper
Ward Bond and Charles C. Wilson
Ward Bond and Charles C. Wilson
Frank Albertson and Charles Wilson
Frank Albertson and Charles Wilson
Frank Albertson, Grant Withers, Charles C. Wilson
Frank Albertson, Grant Withers, Charles C. Wilson
Frank Albertson and Norma Taylor
Frank Albertson and Norma Taylor
Frank Albertson
Frank Albertson
Frank Albertson and Wally Albright
Frank Albertson and Wally Albright
Frank Albertson
Frank Albertson
Frank Albertson and Ann Rutherford
Frank Albertson and Ann Rutherford
Frank Albertson and Barbara Pepper
Frank Albertson and Barbara Pepper
Frank Albertson
Frank Albertson
Grant Withers
Grant Withers
Grant Withers
Grant Withers
J. Farrell MacDonald
J. Farrell MacDonald
J. Farrell MacDonald and Ann Rutherford
J. Farrell MacDonald and Ann Rutherford
J. Farrell MacDonald
J. Farrell MacDonald
Jack La Rue
Jack La Rue
Jack La Rue and Charles C. Wilson
Jack La Rue and Charles C. Wilson
Jack La Rue
Jack La Rue
Mathilde Comont
Mathilde Comont
Mathilde Comont
Mathilde Comont
Naomi Judge and Frank Albertson
Naomi Judge and Frank Albertson
Paul Porcasi
Paul Porcasi
Purnell Pratt
Purnell Pratt
Robert Emmett O'Connor
Robert Emmett O'Connor
Smiley Burnette and Wally Albright
Smiley Burnette and Wally Albright
Victor Potel and Grant Withers
Victor Potel and Grant Withers
Wally Albright
Wally Albright