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The Mystery Man (February 12, 1935)

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The Mystery Man
 

Released on February 12, 1935: A hot shot Chicago reporter finds himself in St. Louis and broke, and accused of murder.

Produced by Trem Carr, Paul Malvern and George Yohalem

Directed by Ray McCarey

The Actors: Robert Armstrong (Larry Doyle), Maxine Doyle (Anne Ogilvie), Henry Kolker (Ellwyn A. 'Jo-Jo' Jonas, City Editor of the Chicago Record), LeRoy Mason (The Eel, ganster), James Burke (managing editor Marvin of the St. Louis News), Guy Usher (District Attorney Johnson), James P. Burtis (Whalen, Chicago reporter), Sam Lufkin (Weeks, Chicago reporter), Monte Collins (Dunn, Chicago reporter), Otto Fries (Nate, pawnbroker), Norman Houston (T. Fulton Whistler), Dell Henderson (Mr. Clark, hotel manager), Lee Shumway (plainclothes cop), Sam Flint (Jerome Roberts, publisher of St. Louis News), Stanley Blystone (bar waiter), Fred Kelsey (policeman), Rollo Lloyd (reporter), Bruce Mitchell (traffic cop), Frank O'Connor (train depot waiter), Herb Vigran (fingerprint man)

 
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The Hard-Boiled Reporter and the Pistol-Packing Girlfriend

Our movie opens as Larry Doyle, hot shot reporter for a big Chicago newspaper arrives at his editor's office to get an award from the Mayor's office. He is given a citation and a new shiny revolver, compliments of the Mayor, for his help in nabbing local gangster . . . hey . . . does this sound familiar? This movie was re-made seven years later by a different movie company with slightly different details, but the same plot, in the 1942 motion picture "Man From Headquarters."

Watch this one first, then watch the re-make, and let me know which you like better. I like the hotel manager in the 1942 version better than this one, but the rest of the cast and the plot details of this one are better than the 1942 version. I also think that the leading couple have better chemistry in this one - Maxine Doyle plays to Armstrong in a really believable and lovable way.

Dell Henderson and Robert Armstrong
Dell Henderson and Robert Armstrong
Guy Usher
Guy Usher
Henry Kolker
Henry Kolker
Maxine Doyle
Maxine Doyle
Maxine Doyle and Robert Armstrong
Maxine Doyle and Robert Armstrong
Maxine Doyle and Robert Armstrong
Maxine Doyle and Robert Armstrong
Maxine Doyle
Maxine Doyle
Otto Fries
Otto Fries
Robert Armstrong
Robert Armstrong
Robert Armstrong and LeRoy Mason
Robert Armstrong and LeRoy Mason
Robert Armstrong and Maxine Doyle
Robert Armstrong and Maxine Doyle
Robert Armstrong and Maxine Doyle
Robert Armstrong and Maxine Doyle
Robert Armstrong and Norman Huston
Robert Armstrong and Norman Huston