The Mystery of the Marie Celeste (a.k.a. The Phantom Ship) (1935) is one of the early films from Hammer Film Productions and was directed by Denison Clift. The leading actor is Bela Lugosi. The action is the basis the history of the Marie Celeste (actually Mary Celeste). The ship was found floating near Portugal in 1872 without a crew.
When a valuable pearl with a sinister reputation is stolen, Sherlock Holmes must investigate its link to a series of brutal murders.
OK, I’ll bite. This is supposed to be the best Star Wars fan film ever made. We shall see. I guess it’s a hundred years after Return of the Jedi.
OK. I’m hooked. I never watched this “in the day” but it’s sort of fun now. The series is set in a future age of interstellar travel and follows the exploits of a group of renegades and convicted criminals. It’s really kind of adult themed and dire by 1970’s standards.
Four years before real WW2, Chan investigates a murder in Paris connected to the growing signs of impending war.
Here’s a little cornball comedy with Bing Crosby and Jane Wyman. Pete has five days to win back his former fiancée, or he’ll lose the orphans he adopted.