Trapped by Television (June 15, 1936)
Released on June 15, 1936: Science flashes into action . . . thunders out of the laboratories with the underworld's newest foe - Television!
Directed by Del Lord
Written by Lee Loeb and Harold Buchman.
The Actors: Mary Astor (Barbara 'Bobby' Blake), Lyle Talbot (Fred Dennis), Nat Pendleton (Rocky O'Neil), Joyce Compton (Mae Collins), Thurston Hall (John Curtis), Henry Mollison (Thornton), Wyrley Birch (Paul Turner), and Robert Strange (Standish).
Free Download of the old movie Trapped by Television
RIGHT-Click for PC, Control key + click for mac, Tap and hold for touch screen
Trapped-By-Television-1936.mp4 (431mb - 720x526)
Trapped-By-Television-1936-720p.mp4 (1.2gb - 986x720)
This movie's advertising tag line is: Science flashes into action . . . thunders out of the laboratories with the underworld's newest foe! When this movie was made, television was as close to science fiction as it could get. Television was a dream, but no one had perfected the system yet. A scientist in this movie claims to have perfected Television, but needs more money to complete this new invention. Of course, it is gangsters that come to his rescue, at a price. It's interesting to see what the folks in 1936 thought televsion and television sets would look like.