Corruption (June 19, 1933)

Corruption
 

Released June 19, 1933: (running time 1 hour) An honest mayor battles the political machine and an ice-cold killer.

Produced by William Berke

Directed by Charles E. Roberts

The Actors: Evalyn Knapp (Ellen Manning), Preston Foster (Tim Butler), Charles Delaney (Charlie Jasper, newspaper reporter), Tully Marshall (Gorman, political boss), Warner Richmond (Regan), Huntley Gordon (District Attorney George Blake), Lane Chandler (Assistant District Attorney King), Natalie Moorhead (Sylvia Gorman), Mischa Auer (Volkov), Jason Robards Sr. (Police Commissioner), Gwen Lee (Mae), Sidney Bracey (Dr. Robbins, city coroner), Kit Guard (Pat, newspaper photographer), Frank Kohler Jr. (Bud, Regan's henchman), Nick Thompson (Tony Pastro), Horace B. Carpenter (committe man), Jack Cheatham (Jackson the cop), Otto Fries (policeman), Frank Meredith (plainclothesman), Ed Schaefer (photographer), Roger Williams (Judge E.C. Connel)

 

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The Mayor, The Lady in Black Panties, and, The Ice-Cold Killer

In 1958 the leaders of the town of Hollywood were busy creating an idea to honor some of the actors that helped make Hollywood famous. They were thinking about embedding large stars in the sidewalk with the name of a famous actor on each star. The creators of this idea wanted to show town leaders what they had in mind, so they made a sample star, and put the name “Preston Foster” on it. They laid their template on the sidewalk to illustrate what it might look like, and that day, with Preston Foster’s name on a template star, the Hollywood Walk of Fame was born.

Preston Stratton Foster, born in 1900, seemingly could do anything that he set his mind to. Before he became a motion picture star, he was a clerk for the New York Ship Company, a bus driver, a professional wrestler, and an advertising salesman. When he hit the stage, he performed in Vaudeville, in Broadway productions, and even sang opera. Even after becoming a motion picture star, he dabbled in music. In 1956 he wrote a mojo song that was famously recorded by McKinley Morganfield, aka “Muddy Waters.”

In this adventure he is a young lawyer who is selected by the big political party to become the next mayor. He is as honest and upright in his approach to life as the political party is devious and corrupt. It won’t take long until his honest ways will become a serious problem for the political boss, and before we know it, our honest mayor will be in jail and convicted of a murder that he did not commit. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Charles Delaney
Charles Delaney
Charles Delaney, Huntley Gordon
Charles Delaney, Huntley Gordon
Charles Delaney, Tully Marshall
Charles Delaney, Tully Marshall
Charles Delaney
Charles Delaney
Evalyn Knapp
Evalyn Knapp
Evalyn Knapp, Natalie Moorhead
Evalyn Knapp, Natalie Moorhead
Evalyn Knapp
Evalyn Knapp
Evalyn Knapp
Evalyn Knapp
Evalyn Knapp
Evalyn Knapp
Fred Kohler Jr.
Fred Kohler Jr.
Fred Kohler Jr., Preston Foster
Fred Kohler Jr., Preston Foster
Fred Kohler Jr.
Fred Kohler Jr.
Gwen Lee
Gwen Lee
Huntley Gordon
Huntley Gordon
Huntley Gordon
Huntley Gordon
Jason Robards Sr.
Jason Robards Sr.
Warner Richmond
Warner Richmond
Jason Robards Sr.
Jason Robards Sr.
Kit Guard
Kit Guard
Kit Guard, Charles Delaney
Kit Guard, Charles Delaney
Kit Guard, Charles Delaney
Kit Guard, Charles Delaney
Lane Chandler
Lane Chandler
Lane Chandler
Lane Chandler
Lane Chandler
Lane Chandler
Mischa Auer
Mischa Auer
Mischa Auer, actor playing Miss Edwards
Mischa Auer, actor playing Miss Edwards
Mischa Auer
Mischa Auer
Natalie Moorhead, Evalyn Knapp
Natalie Moorhead, Evalyn Knapp
Nick Thompson, Preston Foster
Nick Thompson, Preston Foster
Preston Foster
Preston Foster
Preston Foster
Preston Foster
Roger Williams
Roger Williams
Sidney Bracey
Sidney Bracey
Sidney Bracey
Sidney Bracey
Tully Marshall
Tully Marshall
Tully Marshall, Natalie Moorhead
Tully Marshall, Natalie Moorhead
Tully Marshall
Tully Marshall
Warner Richmond
Warner Richmond
Warner Richmond
Warner Richmond