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The Secret of Doctor Kildare (November 24, 1939)

Lew Ayres as Doctor Kildare
 

Released on November 24, 1939: Young Doctor Kildare goes undercover to help a society girl who thinks she is going blind.

Produced by Lou L. Ostrow

Directed by Harold S. Bucquet

The Actors: Lew Ayres (Dr. James 'Jimmy' Kildare), Lionel Barrymore (Dr. Leonard Barry Gillespie), Lionel Atwill (Paul Messenger), Helen Gilbert (Nancy Messenger), Nat Pendleton (Joe Wayman), Laraine Day (Nurse Mary Lamont), Sara Haden (Nora), Samuel S. Hinds (Dr. Stephen Kildare), Emma Dunn (Mrs. Martha Kildare), Walter Kingsford (Dr. S.J. Carew), Grant Mitchell (John Xerxes Archley), Alma Kruger (Head Nurse Molly Byrd), Robert Kent (Charles Herron), Marie Blake (Sally the telephone operator), Martha O'Driscoll (Mrs. Roberts), Nell Craig (Nurse 'Nosey' Parker), George Reed (Conover), Frank Orth (Mike Sullivan), Walter Baldwin (Finch), Don 'Red' Barry (Collins the intern), George Chandler (pay orderly), Tom Collins (Dr. Joiner), Alec Craig (telephone repair man), Byron Foulger (hospital attendant), Mitchell Lewis (Adam, Nora's gardener), Matt McHugh (Messenger's chauffeur), Emory Parnell (policeman on Gaylor Avenue), William Tannen (Bates, intern), Joe Yule (lunch room counterman)

 

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Doctors, Nurses and the Society Playgirl

John Stompanato Jr., better known as “Johnny Stomp,” was the son of Italian immigrants who joined the Los Angeles mob, becoming a hit man for the Mickey Cohen crime family, and personal bodyguard to Mickey Cohen. Johnny had numerous romantic relationships with movie stars, until his death at the hands of Lana Turner’s daughter, Cheryl.

Lana Turner was in a romantic but troubled relationship with the violently possessive hit-man, but they always made up after his jealous tirades. In 1957 while Lana Turner was in England filming with Sean Connery, Johnny Stomp flew to England, convinced that Lana Turner was cheating on him with Sean Connery. Johnny Stomp went to the movie set, and aiming a loaded gun at Sean Connery, the gangster hit-man stated that he was going to kill the actor.

Unfortunately for Johnny Stomp, Sean Connery was very skilled in karate, and in a flash the gun was sliding along the floor and Johnny Stomp was in the grips of the mighty Sean Connery. Scotland Yard stepped in and before Johnny Stomp could protest, he was booted from Britain and never allowed to return.

That was in 1957, and the next year, in 1958, Johnny Stomp was back in Los Angeles, still loving and fighting with Lana Turner. It was one week after the 1958 Oscars were held, and Johnny Stomp was again jealously angry at Lana Turner. On April 4, 1958 Johnny Stomp went to Lana Turner’s Beverly Hills home and began arguing with the movie star. Lana’s fourteen-year-old daughter Cheryl, afraid that Johnny was going to kill her mother, grabbed a kitchen knife and stabbed the mobster to death. The mob hit man that put many rival gangsters in a grave was taken down by a teenage girl. No charges were filed, and the homicide was determined to be justifiable.

Before Johnny Stomp met and romanced Lana Turner, he met and married actress Helen Gilbert. That marriage only lasted from 9 February 1949 until 8 July 1949, when Helen Gilbert filed for divorce with charges of cruelty.

In this medical adventure, Helen Gilbert is a wealthy young ‘jitterbug,’ always going out dancing and partying. But lately she is acting strangely, and her father is convinced that there is something medically wrong with her. Dr. Kildare must discover what her problem is without letting the daughter know that he is a doctor. So, he becomes her ‘party-partner,’ going out all night with her to dance the night away. Of course, Kildare’s girlfriend is jealous. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Laraine Day
Laraine Day
Lew Ayres
Lew Ayres
Alma Kruger
Alma Kruger
Alma Kruger
Alma Kruger
Don 'Red' Barry
Don 'Red' Barry
Don 'Red' Barry
Don 'Red' Barry
Emma Dunn
Emma Dunn
Emma Dunn and Samuel S. Hinds
Emma Dunn and Samuel S. Hinds
Emma Dunn
Emma Dunn
Emory Parnell
Emory Parnell
Emory Parnell
Emory Parnell
Frank Orth
Frank Orth
George Reed
George Reed
Grant Mitchell
Grant Mitchell
Helen Gilbert
Helen Gilbert
Helen Gilbert and Lionel Atwill
Helen Gilbert and Lionel Atwill
Helen Gilbert and Robert Kent
Helen Gilbert and Robert Kent
Helen Gilbert
Helen Gilbert
Helen Gilbert
Helen Gilbert
Helen Gilbert
Helen Gilbert
Joe Yule and Lew Ayres
Joe Yule and Lew Ayres
Laraine Day
Laraine Day
Laraine Day and Lew Ayres
Laraine Day and Lew Ayres
Laraine Day
Laraine Day
Laraine Day and Lew Ayres
Laraine Day and Lew Ayres
Laraine Day
Laraine Day
Lew Ayres
Lew Ayres
Lew Ayres, Emma Dunn and Samuel S. Hinds
Lew Ayres, Emma Dunn and Samuel S. Hinds
Lew Ayres and Emma Dunn
Lew Ayres and Emma Dunn
Lew Ayres and Grant Mitchell
Lew Ayres and Grant Mitchell
Lew Ayres
Lew Ayres
Lew Ayres
Lew Ayres
Lionel Atwill
Lionel Atwill
Lionel Atwill and Lew Ayres
Lionel Atwill and Lew Ayres
Lionel Atwill and Robert Kent
Lionel Atwill and Robert Kent
Lionel Atwill and Walter Kingsford
Lionel Atwill and Walter Kingsford
Lionel Barrymore
Lionel Barrymore
Lionel Barrymore and Martha O'Driscoll
Lionel Barrymore and Martha O'Driscoll
Lionel Barrymore
Lionel Barrymore
Marie Blake
Marie Blake
Martha O'Driscoll
Martha O'Driscoll
Matt McHugh
Matt McHugh
Mitchell Lewis and Sara Haden
Mitchell Lewis and Sara Haden
Nat Pendleton and Marie Blake
Nat Pendleton and Marie Blake
Robert Kent
Robert Kent
Robert Kent
Robert Kent
Samuel S. Hinds
Samuel S. Hinds
Samuel S. Hinds
Samuel S. Hinds
Sara Haden and Helen Gilbert
Sara Haden and Helen Gilbert
Sara Haden
Sara Haden
Tom Collins
Tom Collins
Walter Kingsford and Lew Ayres
Walter Kingsford and Lew Ayres
Walter Kingsford
Walter Kingsford
William Tannen
William Tannen