City of Missing Girls (March 27, 1941)

City of Missing Girls
 

Released on March 27, 1941: (running time 1 hour and 11 minutes) Young girls are going missing, and nightclub racketeer King Peterson seems to be in the middle of it all.

Produced by Max Alexander and George M. Merrick

Directed by Elmer Clifton

The Actors: H.B. Warner (Police Captain McVeigh), Astrid Allwyn (Nora Page, newspaper reporter), John Archer (Assistant District Attorney James J. Horton), Sarah Padden (Mrs. Randolph), Philip Van Zandt (King Peterson), George Rosener (Police Officer Dugan), Kathryn Crawford (Helen Whitney, nightclub dancer), Patricia Knox (Kate Nelson, henchwoman), Walter Long (Police Officer Larkin), Gale Storm (Mary Phillips), Boyd Irwin (Joseph Thompson), Danny Webb (William Short, Crescent School photographer), Jack Chefe (apartment house manager), Donald Curtis (reporter), Dorothy Granger (showgirl), Lloyd Ingraham (District Attorney Fowler), Ralph Peters (reporter), Herb Vigran (Danny Mason, Crescent School of Acting manager)

 

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Charles Warner, and his father James Warner, were well-known stage actors in London. Henry Byron Lickfold was born in St. John’s Wood, London, in 1876, and was taken in and raised by the Warner family. Henry Byron Lickfold and J.B. Warner came to America to act in the early 1900’s. Henry Byron Lickfold used the last name of the family that he grew up with, acting as H.B. Warner. In 1927 J.B. Warner, of the famous British Warner family, got the part of Jesus in Cecil B. Demille’s silent motion picture “The King of Kings.”

Unfortunately, J.B. Warner died suddenly, so H.B. Warner was hired to take his place, and his performance of Jesus Christ is recognized by many as his finest motion picture performance. When sound was added to movies, H.B. Warner was already in his fifties, and he became a notable character actor.

In this adventure he is the elderly Police Captain McVeigh, who is determined to retire only after capturing nightclub racketeer King Peterson. In real life, H.B. Warner was sixty-five when he appeared in this story.

Pretty, young, school girls are disappearing from the big city, and occasionally turning up dead. Captain McVeigh and the young Assistant District Attorney, Jimmy Horton, believe that the nightclub racketeer is behind the disappearance of the girls, but a pushy lady newspaper reporter keeps getting in their way. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Astrid Allwyn
Astrid Allwyn
Astrid Allwyn, Herb Vigran
Astrid Allwyn, Herb Vigran
Astrid Allwyn
Astrid Allwyn
Boyd Irwin
Boyd Irwin
Boyd Irwin
Boyd Irwin
Danny Webb
Danny Webb
Danny Webb
Danny Webb
Gale Storm
Gale Storm
Gale Storm and actor named Pauline
Gale Storm and actor named Pauline
George Rosener
George Rosener
George Rosener, H.B. Warner
George Rosener, H.B. Warner
George Rosener
George Rosener
H.B. Warner
H.B. Warner
H.B. Warner, John Archer
H.B. Warner, John Archer
H.B. Warner
H.B. Warner
H.B. Warner
H.B. Warner
Walter Long
Walter Long
H.B. Warner
H.B. Warner
Herb Vigran
Herb Vigran
Herb Vigran
Herb Vigran
Herb Vigran
Herb Vigran
John Archer
John Archer
John Archer, H.B. Warner
John Archer, H.B. Warner
John Archer
John Archer
John Archer
John Archer
Patricia Knox
Patricia Knox
Patricia Knox, Philip Van Zandt
Patricia Knox, Philip Van Zandt
Patricia Knox
Patricia Knox
Philip Van Zandt
Philip Van Zandt
Philip Van Zandt, H.B. Warner
Philip Van Zandt, H.B. Warner
Philip Van Zandt, Patricia Knox
Philip Van Zandt, Patricia Knox
Philip Van Zandt
Philip Van Zandt
Philip Van Zandt
Philip Van Zandt
Sarah Padden
Sarah Padden
Sarah Padden
Sarah Padden