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The Sheik Steps Out (September 6, 1937)

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Lola Lane and Ramon Novarro in The Sheik Steps Out
 

Released on September 6, 1937: A wealthy witchy American is in Arabia to purchase the fastest stallion in the world from one of the wealthiest men in the world, and winds up with both.

Produced by Herman Schlom

Directed by Irving Pichel

The Actors: Ramon Novarro (Ahmed Ben Nesib), Lola Lane (Phyllis 'Flip' Murdock), Gene Lockhart (Samuel P. Murdock), Kathleen Burke (Gloria Parker), Stanley Fields (Abu Saal), Billy Bevan (Munson, the manservant), Charlotte Treadway (Polly Parker), Robert Coote (Lord Eustace Byington), Leonid Kinskey (Allusi Ali), Georges Renavent (Count Mario), Jamiel Hasson (Kisub), C. Montague Shaw (Reverend Doctor Peabody), George Sorel (Lieutenant Bordeaux), Doria Caron (Marie), George David (telegraph clerk), Jean De Briac (French Lieutenant), Charles De Ravenne (bellboy), Reginald Dupont (French hotel clerk), Martin Garralaga (hotel clerk), Dorothy Granger (unknown), Andrew McKenna (Oadi), Hercules Mendez (waiter), Tofik Mickey (Arab), Rudolf Myzet (aide), Irving Pichel (unknown), Nick Shaid (sandseer), Josef Swickard (Muslim Priest)

 
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The Cork Screw-ey Heiress and the Sheik

“If it’s a Murdock, it Opens” . . . Phyllis ‘Flip’ Murdock is a wealthy American heiress to a fortune created by a company that produces cork screws. . . . . Cork screws that can open any bottle of wine. Flip Murdock is a wild, impetuous, outspoken girl who has agreed to marry Lord Eustace Byington . . . . If his horse can win a race with her horse. . . . Those insane and crazy Americans . . . .Wagering her marriage and future on the outcome of a horse race. Wealthy Flip Murdock is a powerful and powerfully obnoxious American rich-bitch who is determined to win this race and NOT marry Lord Byington. All she needs to do is purchase the fastest horse in the world from the Arabian Sheik who owns it. Sheik Ahmed Ben Nesib is one of the wealthiest men in the 1937 world. He is a mighty sheik of the desert, and mighty handsome as well. He has the Arabian horses that are the best in the world, including a chestnut mare that is the fastest animal on four hooves. Wild woman Flip Murdock must purchase that chestnut horse at any cost to win the race and avoid marrying Lord Byington. The handsome young sheik who owns the horse will fall in love with the young and wild American and try to ‘tame’ her wild ways and make her his wife. He pretends to be a poor Arab guide who will lead her to the Sheik with the prized stallion. On the journey to purchase the stallion she abuses the handsome guide even as he searches for the softer side of the beautiful wild woman from America. Will wild woman Flip Murdock, heiress to the great cork screw fortune get the mighty stallion that she desires so much? Indeed, she will not only get the stallion, but the whole herd of horses . . . . And the man who owns them. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

If it's a Murdock, it opens
The Murdock corck screw
Ramon Novarro and Lola Lane
Ramon Novarro and Lola Lane
Billy Bevan
Billy Bevan
Charlotte Treadway
Charlotte Treadway
Charlotte Treadway
Charlotte Treadway
Gene Lockhart
Gene Lockhart
Gene Lockhart
Gene Lockhart
Gene Lockhart
Gene Lockhart
Jamiel Hasson
Jamiel Hasson
Jamiel Hasson
Jamiel Hasson
Kathleen Burke
Kathleen Burke
Kathleen Burke
Kathleen Burke
Leonid Kinskey
Leonid Kinskey
Lola Lane
Lola Lane
Lola Lane
Lola Lane
Lola Lane and Charlotte Treadway
Lola Lane and Charlotte Treadway
Lola Lane and Gene Lockhart
Lola Lane and Gene Lockhart
Lola Lane and Gene Lockhart
Lola Lane and Gene Lockhart
Lola Lane and Ramon Navarro
Lola Lane and Ramon Navarro
Lola Lane
Lola Lane
Lola Lane
Lola Lane
Lola Lane
Lola Lane
Lola Lane and Gene Lockhart
Lola Lane and Gene Lockhart
Lola Lane and Gene Lockhart
Lola Lane and Gene Lockhart
Lola Lane
Lola Lane
Ramon Novarro
Ramon Novarro
Ramone Novarro and Gene Lockhart
Ramone Novarro and Gene Lockhart
Ramone Novarro and Gene Lockhart
Ramone Novarro and Gene Lockhart
Ramon Novarro and Lola Lane
Ramon Novarro and Lola Lane
Ramon Novarro and Stanley Fields
Ramon Novarro and Stanley Fields
Ramon Novarro
Ramon Novarro
Lola Lane and Ramon Novarro
Lola Lane and Ramon Novarro
Ramon Novarro
Ramon Novarro
Robert Coore
Robert Coore
Stanley Fields
Stanley Fields
Stanley Fields and Billy Bevan
Stanley Fields and Billy Bevan
Stanley Fields and Billy Bevan
Stanley Fields and Billy Bevan
Stanley Fields and Lola Lane
Stanley Fields and Lola Lane
Stanley Fields and Ramon Novarro
Stanley Fields and Ramon Novarro
Stanley Fields and Ramon Novarro
Stanley Fields and Ramon Novarro
Stanley Fields
Stanley Fields