This lively cartoon with fun music is one of the best Betty Boop Cartoons. Betty is selling patent medicine out of a covered wagon that is guaranteed to make young men old and stop breathing. The end scene is not a racial thing as some people have interpreted it. It’s the 1932 movie Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde.
A woman and a married man were drawn to a small seaside town where they begin an affair that neither of them really understands.
Herb needs to help a young man who’s charged with murdering his future father-in-law who was an obnoxious jerk, but publicly respected.
Here’s an episode of the Red Skelton Show with Red in some funny schtick with guest star. Tough guy, George Rafts gives Red Skelton the third degree and slaps him around to make him sing.
The Flying Deuces was the first Laurel and Hardy film not to be produced by Hal Roach, although they had played supporting roles in MGM features previously. The film was made and released by RKO Radio Pictures.
I’ve been hooked on this series about the notorious Borgia Pope Alexander VI. It’s a soap opera in 1495, which uncannily probably isn’t much different than what was going on. Really though, Roderic Borgia’s reputation is mostly drawn from his enemies and Protestants. No historical evidence exists to the Borgia’s were guilty of being poisoners, having incest or being anything more than nepotist. The next two Popes said Alexander VI was the best Pope since …
A scientist becomes obsessed with a crystal egg he finds in an antique shop and is chagrined that the owner of the shop wants to bargain and keep him from getting the Crystal Egg.
Prof. Andrew Forbes (George Zucco) discovers a creature and uses it to destroy his enemies. George Zucco is best known film role of Professor Moriarty in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939), opposite Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes.