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My Man Godfrey

Ditzy socialite with a heart of gold, Irene Bullock (Carole Lombard) finds "forgotten man" Godfrey Smith (William Powell) in a scavenger hunt. Eventually Godfrey is taken in as the family butler for the Bullocks and screwball antics and romance ensue

Twenty minutes of love

Charlie Chaplins 11th Film

Two plus fours

A Campus Comedies short film by Pathé with Bing Crosby, Harry Barris, Al Rinker (The Rhythm Boys), Nat Carr, Thelma Hill, Ed Dearing, Spec O'Donnell

Vampire over London

Old Mother Riley is manaced by Bela Lugosi in this British comedy, a.k.a. "Mother Riley Meets the Vampire", re-released in 1963 as "My Son, The Vampire"

Vengence of the zombies

Paul Naschy, Spain's superstar of horror, starred as a number of maniacal monsters during his most prolific period (1968-1973). He'd appear as a mummy, Count Dracula, a deranged hunchback, and his most famous role of Waldemar Daninsky, the doomed werewolf. After directing several successful "El Hombre Lobo" romps for Naschy, León Klimovsky was back on hand for this undead entry, known in Spain as LA REBELION DE LAS MUERTAS. Naschy takes on two roles; an East Indian guru named Krishna and his scarred brother Kantaka, who uses some kind of voodoo to bring back the dead and haunt a redheaded British woman (Romy, who looks great in a pink nightgown) after her father gets the hatchet in the head

Voodoo man

Bela Lugosi uses hypnosis and voodoo to entrall a number of lovely young women so he can use their lifeforce to revive his wife, with assistance from George Zucco and John Carradine

War babies

A group of soldiers in a café watch a dancer as she entertains them, but later two of them become rivals over her

We're in the Legion now!

We're in the Legion Now is a 1936 American adventure comedy film directed by Crane Wilbur and shot in Magnacolor. The film is also known as The Rest Cure (American reissue title), which was the title of the 1934 original J.D. Newsom story the film was based on

Whispering whoopee

Charley Chase butters up prospective business partners with the help of an escort service

Wolf blood

Dick Bannister is the new field boss of the Ford Logging Company, a Canadian logging-crew during a time when conflicts with the powerful Consolidated Lumber Company, a bitter rival company, have turned bloody, like a private war. His boss, Miss Edith Ford, comes to inspect the lumberjack camp, bringing her doctor fiancé with her. Dick is attacked by his rivals and left for dead. His loss of blood is so great that he needs a transfusion, but no human will volunteer, so the surgeon uses a wolf as a source of the blood. Afterwards, Dick begins having dreams where he runs with a pack of phantom wolves, and the rival loggers get killed by wolves. Soon, these facts have spread through the camp and most of the lumberjacks decide that Dick is a werewolf