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Murder With Pictures (September 25, 1936)

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Murder With Pictures
 

Released on September 25, 1936: (running time 1 hour and 10 minutes) A newspaper photographer protects a mysterious woman accused of murder.

Directed by Charles Barton

The Actors: Lew Ayres (Kent Murdock, newspaper photogapher), Gail Patrick (Meg Archer), Paul Kelly (I.B. McGoogin, newspaper reporter), Benny Baker (Phil Doane), Ernest Cossart (Stanley Redfield, Nate's lawyer), Onslow Stevens (Nate Girard), Joyce Compton (Hester Boone), Anthony Nace (Joe Cusick), Joe Sawyer (Inspector Tom Bacon), Don Rowan (Siki), Frank Sheridan (Police Chief), Irving Bacon (Detective Keogh), Purnell Pratt (the Editor), William Bailey (party guest), Paul Barrett (reporter), Patsy Bellamy (party guest), , Harry C. Bradley (gas station attendant), Robert Burkhardt (repirter), Edmund Burns (reporter), Vance Carroll (plain clothes policeman), Jack Chapin (reporter), Davison Clark (Overholt), Jack C. Clark (party guest), Beatrice Coleman (party guest), Mike Donovan (jury foreman), Ellen Drew (unknown), Eddie Dunn (bailiff), Jerry Fletcher (reporter), Kay Gordon (party guest), Carlton Griffin (party guest), Margaret Harrison (party guest), Howard C. Hickman (judge), William Hopper (newspaper photographer), Ernest W. Johnson (corpse), Harry Jordan (Girard henchman), Marten Lamont (reporter), Frank Losee Jr. (reporter), Nick Lukats (reporter), Frank Marlowe (pope smoker), Rex Moore (newsboy), Jack Mulhall (Girard henchman), Paddy O'Flynn (reporter), George Ovey (trunk man), Bob Perry (Girard henchman), Lee Phelps (Girard henchman), Earl Pingree (taxi driver), Art Rowlands (assistant editor), Christian Rub (Olaf), Allen Saunders (reporter), Kai Schmidt (party guest), Lee Shumway (Officer Kelly), Larry Steers (party guest), Dorothy Stevens (party guest), Milburn Stone (operator), Phil Tead (reporter), Harry Wallace (Girard henchman), Dorothy Ward (party guest), Pat West (reporter), Charles C. Wilson (assistant editor), Harry Wilson (Girard henchman)

 

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The Lady in the Shower, the Cocky Photographer, and the Bubble Dancer

Hey Guys! Picture yourself in the shower in your bachelor apartment. You are singing your heart out as the water pours over you. Suddenly a sexy and sultry woman dressed in black jumps into your shower and holds you close. Are you with me, fellows?

The man singing in his shower is newspaper photographer Kent Murdock, played by Lew Ayres. Earlier that day he met a lady who has some business with a gangster who was just acquitted of murder. The lady is cold as ice, but at the same time, she is sexy as sin. The man doesn’t even know her name, but here she is, clinging to him in his shower, with the cops pounding down his door.

The startled photographer peeks his head through the shower curtains as the lady in black clings to him. The cop who enters his bathroom asks him if he has seen the lady in black. The photographer does not give her away, but when he asks the cop why he is looking for the lady, the cop tells him that she just killed a man.

The sultry and mysterious lady is actor Gail Patrick, who is Meg Archer. Who is Meg Archer? She tells him that she is an Indian girl with a temper who is always ready to go on the war path. She tells him that back home in Oklahoma everyone calls her ‘Nut’ Meg.

The newspaper photographer is obviously in love with her, but he has a couple of problems. Recently, while he was drunk and partying with a burlesque bubble dancer, he wrote a promise to marry her, and now the blonde bimbo is determined to make him her sugar-daddy. And then there is the little matter of murder. Can a newspaper photographer who is in love with a killer while being chased by a blonde bimbo find happiness once he is outside the shower? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Ernest Cossart
Ernest Cossart
Anthony Nace
Anthony Nace
Anthony Nace
Anthony Nace
Anthony Nace
Anthony Nace
Benny Baker
Benny Baker
Benny Baker and Paul Kelly
Benny Baker and Paul Kelly
Benny Baker
Benny Baker
Benny Baker
Benny Baker
Christian Rub
Christian Rub
Ernest Cossart
Ernest Cossart
Ernest Cossart and Onslow Stevens
Ernest Cossart and Onslow Stevens
Ernest Cossart
Ernest Cossart
Frank Sheridan
Frank Sheridan
Frank Sheridan and Lew Ayres
Frank Sheridan and Lew Ayres
Frank Sheridan
Frank Sheridan
Gail Patrick
Gail Patrick
Purnell Pratt
Purnell Pratt
Gail Patrick and Lew Ayres
Gail Patrick and Lew Ayres
Gail Patrick
Gail Patrick
Gail Patrick and Lew Ayres
Gail Patrick and Lew Ayres
Gail Patrick and Lew Ayres
Gail Patrick and Lew Ayres
Gail Patrick
Gail Patrick
Harry C. Bradley
Harry C. Bradley
Howard C. Hickman
Howard C. Hickman
Irving Bacon
Irving Bacon
Joe Sawyer
Joe Sawyer
Joe Sawyer and Frank Sheridan
Joe Sawyer and Frank Sheridan
Joe Sawyer and Paul Kelly
Joe Sawyer and Paul Kelly
Joe Sawyer and Frank Sheridan
Joe Sawyer and Frank Sheridan
Joe Sawyer
Joe Sawyer
Joyce Compton
Joyce Compton
Joyce Compton
Joyce Compton
Joyce Compton
Joyce Compton
Lew Ayres
Lew Ayres
Lew Ayres and Gail Patrick
Lew Ayres and Gail Patrick
Lew Ayres and Irving Bacon
Lew Ayres and Irving Bacon
Lew Ayres and Joe Sawyer
Lew Ayres and Joe Sawyer
Lew Ayres and Joyce Compton
Lew Ayres and Joyce Compton
Lew Ayres
Lew Ayres
Lew Ayres
Lew Ayres
Onslow Stevens
Onslow Stevens
Onslow Stevens and Frank Sheridan
Onslow Stevens and Frank Sheridan
Onslow Stevens
Onslow Stevens
Onslow Stevens and Frank Sheridan
Onslow Stevens and Frank Sheridan
Onslow Stevens
Onslow Stevens
Paul Kelly
Paul Kelly
Paul Kelly
Paul Kelly
Paul Kelly and Irving Bacon
Paul Kelly and Irving Bacon
Paul Kelly
Paul Kelly