Woman in the Shadows, originally Woman in the Dark (November 9, 1934)

Fay Wray in Woman in the Shadows
 

Released on November 9, 1934: (running time 1 hour and 9 minutes) John Bradley served his time in prison for hitting a man in a brawl that later died. Now he just wants to be left alone, but a woman running from a wealthy wolf will cause him more trouble than he wants.

Directed by Phil Rosen

The Actors: Fay Wray (Louise Loring), Ralph Bellamy (John Bradley), Melvyn Douglas (Tony Robson), Nell O'Day (Helen Grant, Sheriff's daughter), Roscoe Ates (Tommy Logan, jewel thief), Ruth Gillette (Lil Logan), Joe King (police detective), Frank Otto (Kraus, gangster's attorney), Reed Brown Jr. (Richard Conroy, Robson's employee), Granville Bates (Sheriff Grant), Charles Williams (hotel desk clerk), Frank Shannon (prison warden), Cliff Dunstan (Doctor Norden)

 

Free Download of the old movie Woman in the Shadows

Woman-in-the-Shadows-1934.mp4 (618mb - 720x526)

Woman-in-the-Shadows-1934-720p.mp4 (1.3gb - 986x720)

He Knew Every Woman’s Middle Name – “Trouble”

Young school student Ralph Bellamy craved a cigarette one school day after lunch, so he went to the basement of the auditorium where he found a large industrial size fan blowing air. He was intrigued with the large machine, and blew a puff of smoke into it, watching it quickly disappear. He had no idea that the huge fan was blowing fresh air up into the auditorium, and every puff of smoke that he added went straight to the auditorium, which was soon reeking with the smell of cigarette smoke.

He was surprised when one of his teachers walked up behind him and simply asked him if he wanted to tell the principle, or have his teacher tell the principle. Ralph meekly told his teacher that he would go to the principle and confess, and the principle tossed him out of high school for good.

What does a young school boy do when he is kicked out of school? A few weeks after getting tossed from school, he got a job with a traveling theatrical show that was touring the mid-west, performing in each passing town in a tent that the show took with it. He continued to act wherever he could, and after working for a while on Broadway, he got hired in Hollywood for motion pictures, and never looked back.

In this adventure, he is John Bradley, and he is being released from prison. Three years ago when he saw a man trying to have his way with a young blonde girl, he punched the fellow, and unfortunately the fellow died from the blow.

Now he has paid his price for that fight and will soon be a free man again. Unfortunately, when he gets home, the young blonde girl that he fought for is waiting for him, and she wants to become his girl. He has just finished three years in prison because of her, and he is in no mood for her attentions. Not only that, but she happens to be the daughter of the town sheriff, who doesn’t like him one little bit.

Before John can get rid of the young blonde, there is a knock on his door, and a mysterious dark-haired beauty staggers into the cabin, pleading for help. Her dress is falling off, she is limping from a bad ankle sprain, and all she wants is to get out of town on the next train. It is bad luck for John that the next train out of town won’t arrive until the next morning

John claims that he knows the middle name of every woman in the world, and it is ‘trouble.’ Now he is stuck with double-trouble, and the Sheriff is on the way. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Cliff Dunstan
Cliff Dunstan
Fay Wray
Fay Wray
Fay Wray, Melvyn Douglas
Fay Wray, Melvyn Douglas
Fay Wray, Nell O'Day
Fay Wray, Nell O'Day
Fay Wray, Ralph Bellamy
Fay Wray, Ralph Bellamy
Fay Wray
Fay Wray
Fay Wray
Eddie Parks as Funeral Franklin
Fay Wray
Fay Wray
Fay Wray
Fay Wray
Frank Otto
Frank Otto
Frank Shannon
Frank Shannon
Granville Bates
Granville Bates
Joe King
Joe King
Joe King, Fay Wray
Joe King, Fay Wray
Joe King, Fay Wray
Joe King, Fay Wray
Melvyn Douglas
Melvyn Douglas
Melvyn Douglas, Fay Wray
Melvyn Douglas, Fay Wray
Melvyn Douglas, Fay Wray
Melvyn Douglas, Fay Wray
Nell O'Day
Nell O'Day
Nell O'Day
Nell O'Day
Nell O'Day
Nell O'Day
Ralph Bellamy
Ralph Bellamy
Ralph Bellamy, Granville Bates
Ralph Bellamy, Granville Bates
Ralph Bellamy, Nell O'Day
Ralph Bellamy, Nell O'Day
Ralph Bellamy
Ralph Bellamy
Fay Wray, Ralph Bellamy
Fay Wray, Ralph Bellamy
Ralph Bellamy
Ralph Bellamy
Ralph Bellamy
Ralph Bellamy
Reed Brown Jr.
Reed Brown Jr.
Reed Brown Jr., Melvyn Douglas
Reed Brown Jr., Melvyn Douglas
Roscoe Ates
Roscoe Ates
Roscoe Ates, Frank Otto
Roscoe Ates, Frank Otto
Rosco Ates
Rosco Ates
Rosco Ates
Rosco Ates
Ruth Gillette
Ruth Gillette
Ruth Gillette
Ruth Gillette