Everything is Thunder (October 1, 1936)

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Constance Bennett in Everything is Thunder
 

Released on October 1, 1936: During WWI a Canadian soldier escapes from a prison camp near Berlin and falls in love with a Bavarian Blonde prostitue who tries to help him escape from Germany.

Produced by S.C. Balcon

Directed by Milton Rosmer

The Actors: Constance Bennett (Anna von Stucknadel), Douglass Montgomery (Hugh McGrath), Oskar Homolka (Detective Schenck Götz), Roy Emerton (prison guard Kostner), Frederick Lloyd (Muller), Peggy Simpson (Mitzi), George Merritt (Max Webber), Robert Atkins (Adjutant), Terence Downing (Spicer), Clifford Bartlett (Glendhill), Albert Chevalier (McKenzie), H.F. Maltby (burgomaster Maximillian Shultz), Norman Pierce (Hans), Frederick Piper (policeman Denker), Virginia Isham (war widow), Diana de Vaux (unknown), Victor Fairley (unknown), George Hayes (unknown), Mervyn Johns (waiter Karl), Skelton Knaggs (young man with lantern), Charles Maunsell (unknown), Bernard Miles (British officer)

 

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Bavarian Blonde and the Canadian Boy

There is something about love at first sight that fires passions that can withstand almost any disaster . . . or can it? The emotions run even hotter when countries are at war . . . During war most men and women feel very 'mortal' . . . Knowing that death may come at any moment and life will be over . . . Our love story begins in a World War I prison camp outside Berlin where a cheeky Canadian prisoner keeps trying to escape. He can speak perfect German and has a cocky attitude that he can do anything and convince even a German guard to help him escape, but once he does escape his cocky attitude vanishes and he finds himself standing in the chilly rain on a street in Berlin shivering with not only cold but intense fear . . . fear that cuts to the bone and paralyzes the mind. A few steps away is a beautiful blonde prostitute standing on the corner watching for her next customer and she sees the Canadian man standing in the rain with a lost look in his eyes. She is instantly in love with the man, and soon she convinces him to go with her to her apartment. He is still gripped with fear and the desire to flee Berlin and try to walk to the border undetected, but she has her way and he stays the night with her. This leads to that and as she is falling more in love with this man and he is falling in love with her. When she finally discovers that he is an escaped enemy prisoner she becomes frightened . . . but their love is now strong enough that she will protect him and try to escape with him. So far it sounds like a wonderful rainy afternoon love story but danger and death are soon to attack their love. The blonde from Bavaria arranges for a black market smuggler to take her and her Canadian lover across the border to freedom for both of them and they are soon on their way. Locked in the room of a house that is a stone's throw from the border and waiting for the smuggler to take them across the border they relax and try to get some rest before their dangerous crossing. Unfortunately a German Sergeant who has been after the escaped soldier finally discovers that they are next to the border and the chase is on. When the police Sergeant from Berlin gets to the locked room that our lovers are hiding in some of his men start shooting through the door, and we hear a scream of pain as hot lead rips through one of our lovers . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and see what happens next!

Douglass Montgomery and Constance Bennett
Douglass Montgomery and Constance Bennett
Douglass Montgomery and Constance Bennett
Douglass Montgomery and Constance Bennett
Constance Bennett
Constance Bennett
Constance Bennett and Douglass Montgomery
Constance Bennett and Douglass Montgomery
Constance Bennett sees the escaped prisoner
Constance Bennett sees the escaped prisoner
Constance Bennett
Constance Bennett
Douglass Montgomery
Douglass Montgomery
Douglass Montgomery and Constance Bennett
Douglass Montgomery and Constance Bennett
Douglass Montgomery and H.F. Maltby
Douglass Montgomery and H.F. Maltby
Douglass Montgomery and Roy Emerton
Douglass Montgomery and Roy Emerton
Douglass Montgomery and Skelton Knaggs
Douglass Montgomery and Skelton Knaggs
Douglass Montgomery meets Constance Bennett
Douglass Montgomery meets Constance Bennett
Douglass Montgomery
Douglass Montgomery
Frederick Lloyd and Constance Bennett
Frederick Lloyd and Constance Bennett
Mervyn Johns and Constance Bennett
Mervyn Johns and Constance Bennett
Oskar Homolka and Constance Bennett
Oskar Homolka and Constance Bennett
Oskar Homolka and Frederick Lloyd
Oskar Homolka and Frederick Lloyd
Douglass Montgomery and Constance Bennett
Douglass Montgomery and Constance Bennett