The Affairs of Jimmy Valentine (Unforgotten Crime) (March 2, 1946)

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The Affairs of Jimmy Valentine
 

Released on March 27, 1942: A radio station believes that a retired safe cracker and his henchman are now living in a small mid-western town, and they are offering ten thousand dollars to the person who can discover the identity of infamous safe-cracker Jimmy Valentine.

Produced by Leonard Fields

Directed by Bernard Vorhaus

The Actors: Dennis O'Keefe (Mike Jason), Ruth Terry (Bonnie Forbes), Gloria Dickson (Cleo Arden, Mike's boss), Roman Bohnen (Tom Forbes, newspaper editor, and Jimmy Valentine), George E. Stone (Mousey), Spencer Charters (Cheevers Snow, hotel owner), William B. Davidson (Cyrus Ballard), Bobby Larson (Mickey Forbes), Joe Cunningham (Charles Stanley, Veterinarian), Roscoe Ates (Dan Kady, Sheriff), Harry Shannon (Pinky), Jed Prouty (Maxwell B. Titus), Patsy Parsons (Marlene Titus), Linda Brent (Letitia Hinkle, manicurist), Wade Boteler (Warden Carl Jones), Emmett Vogan (District Attorney), Ray Erlenborn (sound effects man), Olaf Hytten (butler), Lois Collier (receptionist), William 'Billy' Benedict (bellboy), Dorothy Christy (Mrs. Updyke), Guy Usher (police inspector), Douglas Evans (radio announcer), Sven Hugo Borg (Olaf), Al Bridge (trustee), Fred Burns (westerner), Mary Davenport (hotel telephone operator), Virginia Farmer (Mrs. Brighton), Dick Elliott (Tim Miller), Charles Williams (the pitchman), Mary Currier (Felice Winters, school teacher), Joel Friedkin (unknown), Jack Raymond (hot dog man), Jimmie Fox (window cleaner), Edmund Cobb (police sergeant), Frank Fanning (Wilbur), Ben Hall (attendant), Ralph Peters (unknown), Sada Simmons (unknown), Morgan Brown (unknown), Margaret Marquis (unknown), Rand Brooks (unknown)

 

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The Gentleman Safe Cracker and the Mad Killer

There are few places in this world that are more peaceful, happy and serene as a small mid-western town where everyone knows everyone else, and life is fun and relaxed, and uneventful. Fernville is that kind of town, where nothing exciting or dangerous ever happens.

People in Fernville live a simple, happy and contented life. At least, it was contented and easy-going until the big city radio show put Fernville on the map.

A radio personality has discovered that a master safe-cracker from years ago has evaded the law and is living a quiet life in Fernville. The radio station is offering ten thousand dollars to anyone in the country who can go to Fernville and discover which of the town’s leading citizens is really the master criminal Jimmy Valentine.

Soon the town is humming with unusual activity, and the radio star has moved into the local hotel to search for the elusive criminal. Dennis O’Keefe is the radio personality, and the young daughter of the town newspaper editor instantly falls in love with him.

Ruth Terry plays the part of Bonnie Forbes, the editor’s daughter, and she will team up with the radio star to search for Jimmy Valentine. Our story is evolving into a fine small-town romantic comedy, but before we can settle into the mood for a romantic romp, something happens that changes the mood.

There are few places in this world that are more peaceful, happy and serene as a small mid-western town where everyone knows everyone else, and life is fun and relaxed, and uneventful . . . . but then the murders begin. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Dennis O'Keefe
Dennis O'Keefe
Dennis O'Keefe and Roman Bohnen
Dennis O'Keefe and Roman Bohnen
Dennis O'Keefe, Ruth Terry and Roscoe Ates
Dennis O'Keefe, Ruth Terry and Roscoe Ates
Dennis O'Keefe and Wade Boteler
Dennis O'Keefe and Wade Boteler
Dennis O'Keefe calls the cops
Dennis O'Keefe calls the cops
Dennis O'Keefe
Dennis O'Keefe
Dick Elliott and a townswoman
Dick Elliott and a townswoman
Douglas Evans
Douglas Evans
George E. Stone
George E. Stone
George E. Stone and Gloria Dickson
George E. Stone and Gloria Dickson
George E. Stone
George E. Stone
George E. Stone
George E. Stone
Gloria Dickson
Gloria Dickson
Gloria Dickson, Ruth Terry and Dennis O'Keefe
Gloria Dickson, Ruth Terry and Dennis O'Keefe
Gloria Dickson
Gloria Dickson
Harry Shannon
Harry Shannon
Harry SHannon and Roman Bohnen
Harry SHannon and Roman Bohnen
Harry Shannon
Harry Shannon
Joe Cunningham
Joe Cunningham
Joe Cunningham
Joe Cunningham
Linda Brent
Linda Brent
Linda Brent, Ruth Terry and Gloria Dickson
Linda Brent, Ruth Terry and Gloria Dickson
Linda Brent
Linda Brent
Mary Currier
Mary Currier
Roman Bohnen
Roman Bohnen
Roman Bohnen
Roman Bohnen
Roman Bohnen
Roman Bohnen
Ruth Terry
Ruth Terry
Ruth Terry and George E. Stone
Ruth Terry and George E. Stone
Ruth Terry and George E. Stone
Ruth Terry and George E. Stone
Ruth Terry
Ruth Terry
Spencer Charters
Spencer Charters
Ruth Terry
Ruth Terry
Spencer Charters and George E. Stone stare at Linda Brent
Spencer Charters and George E. Stone stare at Linda Brent
Spencer Charters and George E. Stone
Spencer Charters and George E. Stone
Spencer Charters
Spencer Charters
Wade Boteler
Wade Boteler