Buck Rogers is a Universal serial film based on the Buck Rogers comic strip. It starred Buster Crabbe (who had previously starred in two Flash Gordon serials) as the heroic Buck Rogers, Constance Moore as relatively seldom-seen romantic interest Wilma Deering, Jackie Moran as sidekick George “Buddy” Wade, and Anthony Warde as “super-racketeer” “Killer” Kane. In 1953, the 1939 movie serial was edited into this film.
Audrey Hepburn stars as Reggie targeted by men for her murdered husbands fortune, Cary Grant plays Peter Joshua, a charming bachelor whom Reggie. With his help, Reggie tries to unravel the secrets to her husband’s hidden fortune in her ditsy cocktail sipping 1963 performance. Walter Matthau plays a convincing villian in his best sardonic style. It’s what you expect of all of these actors.
A phantom express starts derailing trains, and threatens a company’s future. The son of the owner must find out what is happening before the company is sold.
Mary Logan is accused of murdering a blackmailer. She is innocent but waiting on death row. Lionel Atwill plays the criminologist who must figure out whodunnit before Mary gets executed.
A cop gets killed when he runs into some gangster Marty Clark heisting a warehouse. This is a film noir, gumshoe gangster movie of the cheapest variety and it kind of rambles a bit. It’s still a fair movie and a pretty good example of the film noir genre.
Passengers in a bus crash relive the experience through flash backs.