Bank Alarm (June 7, 1937)
Released on June 7, 1937: (running time 1 hour) G-man O'Connor and G-woman Bobbie Reynolds are on the trail of a gang of bank robbers and counterfeiters terrorizing Los Angeles.
Produced by George A. Hirliman
Directed by Louis J. Gasnier
Written by Cynthia Meade, Lawrence Meade, Griffin Jay and David S. Levy
The Actors: Conrad Nagel (Alan O'Connor, G-Man), Eleanor Hunt (Bobbie Renolds, G-Woman), Vince Barnett (Clarence 'Bulb' Callahan, photographer), Wheeler Oakman (Joe Karlotti), Nat Carr (Yoritz), Frank Milan (Jerry Turner), Wilma Francis (Kay O'Connor, Alan's sister), William L. Thorne (Police Inspector J.C. Mac), Charles Delaney (henchman Duke), Phil Dunham (Leon Curtis, bank clerk), Sidney D'Albrook (coroner), Pat Gleason (henchman Barney), Wilson Benge (Overman, bank book), Henry Roquemore (the Sheriff), Ed Schaefer (Tracy), Harry Anderson (reporter), Jack Cheatham (policeman), Floyd Criswell (Smith), Lester Dorr (radio news commentator), Henry Hall (bank president J.C. Harrington), Sydney Jarvis (police doctor), Frank Meredith (guard at police station), Jack C. Smith (Grimes, farmer), Al Thompson (auto camp manager), Dan Wolheim (mechanic)
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The G-Man and G-Woman vs. the Nightclub Gangster
Conrad Nagel was one of the thirty-six founding members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 1927. He hosted the Academy Awards show in 1930, 1932, and again in 1953 with co-host Bob Hope.
Conrad Nagel was a tall, handsome movie star idol in the silent era, and when sound was added, he became even more popular. During one two-year period, he appeared in 31 motion pictures. One evening during this time he and his wife wanted to get out of the house and see a movie, but every theater that they went to was showing a film that he was in, so they went back home.
At the beginning of the sound era, he listened to the voices of the studio contract actors, and could reliably predict which ones could succeed in a movie with sound. He was so accurate with his choices that MGM gave him $2,500 a week just for his judgement on actor voices.
In this gangster adventure, he is G-man Alan O’Connor, sent by the Justice Department to Los Angeles to help the police capture an elusive gang of bank robbers. He is accompanied by a lady G-woman named Bobbie Reynolds, played by actress Eleanor Hunt, who was in real life married to the producer, George A. Hirliman. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Conrad Nagel and Henry Hall
Conrad Nagel and Wilma Francis
Eleanor Hunt and Al Thompson
Eleanor Hunt and Conrad Nagel
Eleanor Hunt and Wilma Francis
Frank Milan and Pat Gleason
Jack C. Smith
Jack C. Smith
Vince Barnett and Eleanor Hunt
Vince Barnett and Conrad Nagel
Wheeler Oakman and Charles Delaney
Wheeler Oakman and Phil Dunham
William L. Thorne
William L. Thorne
Wilma Francis and Frank Milan
Wilma Francis and Vince Barnett
Wilson Benge and Conrad Nagel