Inside Information (September 25, 1934)
Released on September 25, 1934: (running time 49 minutes) Tarzan the Wonder Dog leads our hero and the cops to the gangsters who stole a fortune.
Directed by Robert F. Hill
Written by Bert Evans, Victor Potel, Betty Laidlaw and Robert Lively
The Actors: Rex Lease (Lloyd Wilson), Marion Shilling (Anne Seton), Tarzan (Tarzan, police dog), Philo McCullough (Durand), Henry Hall (Mr. Seton), Charles King ('Blackie' Black), Jean Porter (Gertie, gangster moll), Robert McKenzie (Mack, heavy detective), Victor Potel (Rice, thin detective), Robert F. Hill (Police Chief Gallagher), Henry Roquemore (Police Commissioner), Vance Carroll (traffic cop), Charles Harper (henchman Joe), Jimmy Aubrey (Henry, Durand's houseboy), Baby Woods (Georgie, toddler playing behind car)
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Gangsters in Hollywood, or, Follow That Dog!
In November of 2014 someone tweeted, “I’m suspicious of people who don’t like dogs, but I trust a dog when it doesn’t like a person.”
In September of 1934, eighty years earlier, this movie was released, and I couldn’t give it a better tease than to quote that line from 2014.
As our adventure begins, we are in the Beverly Hills National Bank and Trust Company. A wealthy local man has decided to move his bank accounts to this bank thanks to a great sales job by the daughter of the bank president.
Then another man enters the office, Lloyd Wilson, played by Rex Lease, most famous for his cowboy adventures. He is a stock broker who handles the accounts of many wealthy Hollywood customers. On this Friday he is collecting a fortune in cash bonds that must be put on the market as it opens on Monday morning.
The man filling out his paperwork to transfer his accounts overhears this, and will call his number one henchman, Blackie, played by my favorite bad-guy, Charles King. Blackie and his henchman will steal the bonds, putting our hero in a bind.
Well, Rex Lease, the stock broker, is not actually our hero, that title belongs to Tarzan the Wonder Dog. The stock broker has a pet dog who is smarter than the cops and the robbers, and it is his dog that will bring the gangsters to justice. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Tarzan the Wonder Dog
Charles Harper and Jean Porter
Charles King and Charles Harper
Charles King and Jean Porter
Henry Hall and Rex Lease
Jean Porter, Charles Harper, Charles King
Marion Shilling, Rex Lease, Henry Hall
Marion Shilling, Rex Lease, Philo McCullough
Marion Shilling and Rex Lease
Philo McCullough on the pay telephone
Rex Lease and Marion Shilling
Rex Lease and Robert F. Hill
Robert-McKenzie and Victor Potel
Tarzan and Marion Shilling