This Traveltalks entry looks at several landmarks and neighborhoods in New Orleans, Louisiana. Sights include the Cathedral of St. Louis, Pirate's Alley, the Old French Market, and ... See full summary »
Although not officially an entry in the Traveltalks series, the same production crew was used for this two-reeler, and the opening credits have the same appearance. The film visits many of ... See full summary »
James H. Smith
James A. FitzPatrick,
Mrs. Frank A. Vanderlip,
Mrs. Nicholas M. Schenck
Orson Welles, on break from filming Othello, relates a tale he heard one spooky Irish midnight not so long ago when, driving through the countryside, he picked up a man with car trouble who told of a strange encounter with two hitchhikers.
An insurance lawyer unhappy with his rate of company advancement becomes a middleman in deals to recover stolen property from the Mob, thus earning a nice living. But his actions attract police attention and set him up for a double-cross.
This Theatre of Life series short, produced with the cooperation of the Los Angeles Fire Department, emphasizes fire safety and fire prevention. It gives a behind-the-scenes look at the ... See full summary »
In reenactments using actors to portray her husband, Marie Crawford demonstrates the many emotional states wives display to hold their husbands - unintentionally back - under different ... See full summary »
Cliff Edwards and his musical cowhands run a dude ranch that isn't doing too well. When they hear a few easterners are coming out, they spruce up everything to make a good impression. When a pretty girl arrives, Cliff and his boys serenade her, and Cliff thinks he has finally met an heiress.Written by
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Cliff Edwards, playing himself, is working on a dude ranch when word gets around that some rich women are about to pay a visit. The men clean the place up and await the big arrival but things aren't what they seem. I must admit that this film ended and I was sitting there wondering what had happened. The movie runs a brief 9-minutes but this thing was over before anything really happened. There's one minor twist in the film so I'm guessing this is all that was suppose to have been delivered. The movie itself isn't too bad as we get a couple quick music numbers including "I Can't Get Along Little Dogie", which is certainly the highlight of the film. Edwards comes off quite natural here and manages to be charming as he does his thing.
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