Sherlock Holmes is invited back to Baskerville Hall by his old friend Sir Henry Baskerville. Holmes finds himself in the middle of a double-murder mystery and the case of a missing race horse. Now he’s got to locate Professor Moriarty and the horse Silver Blaze.
It stars a singer, a US Postal Service Inspector, his brother the Treasury Agent (and romantic interest of the singer). It also has a near airplane crash, a flood, some Guinea Pigs, a little romance, crazy gadgets, a little crime-drama, some speed boats, and a little bit of music… and it has Bela Lugosi.
A young woman is about to be married. Her fiancées ex-wife shows up. She’s been missing for 7 years and has come home with a bad attitude. It’s not that she wants her husband, she just wants to make him miserable.
It’s another film noir directed by Ida Lupino. Two hunting buddies who pick up a mysterious hitchhiker. It was based on a story by screenwriter Daniel Mainwaring, who was blacklisted for being a communist.
Peter Lorre is two characters. He’s Moto and undercover as antiques shop keeper Kuroki. As Moto he tries to keep tabs on a band of international saboteurs who intend to blow up the French fleet as it enters the Suez Canal.
Hard bitten San Francisco industrialist Walter Williams’s two-timing wife and her lover plot to do her husband in, but instead the boyfriend gets killed and mistaken for.
The Golden Eye is a 1948 American film directed by William Beaudine and starring Roland Winters in his fourth appearance as Charlie Chan. The film is also known as Charlie Chan in Texas (Belgian English title) and Charlie Chan in the Golden Eye (American poster title).