The Cheat 1931 Full Movie

Paramount Pictures Corporation Release Date : November 28, 1931 Running Time : 7 minutes Black & White Director : George Abbott Cast : Tallulah Bankhead, Harvey Stephens, Irving Pichel, Jay Fassett, Ann Andrews, William Ingersoll, Robert Strange, Porter Hall, Millard Mitchell, Ruth Donnelly Remake of the 1915 Cecil B. DeMille film with Pola Negri. Elsa … Read more

The Cheat (1931 American Pre-Code Drama film) (DVD)

Directed by George Abbott and starring Tallulah Bankhead and Harvey Stephens. The film is a remake of the 1915 silent film of the same name, directed by Cecil B. DeMille. Plot Elsa Carlyle (Tallulah Bankhead), in contrast to her charming personality and loving relationship with her indulgent husband, Jeffrey (Harvey Stephens), is a compulsive gambler … Read more

Devil and the Deep (Entre la espada y la pared) – 1932

PARA VER ESTAS Y MUCHISIMAS OTRAS PELICULAS DE FORMA GRATUITA VISITA: brunodiazfilms.blogspot.com Calificación: (6,3) País: Estados Unidos Año: 1932 Duración: 75 Categoría: Drama (Celos) Director: Marion Gering Productor: Paramount Pictures Guionista: Harry Hervey, Benn W. Levy (Novela: Maurice Larrouy) Compositor: Herman Hand, Rudolph G. Kopp, John Leipold Intérpretes: Tallulah Bankhead, Gary Cooper, Charles Laughton, Cary … Read more

The Big Show – starring, Tallulah Bankhead, Ethel Merman, Frankie Laine (November 5, 1950)

In 1950, the advent of television was not only causing concern in the film industry but radio was beginning to feel the effect as well. In short, audiences were dwindling. To combat the problem, NBC spent lots of money to produce The Big Show, a 90 minute radio program which would feature famous guests performing … Read more

TĦE CĦE/T (31) — B/NKĦE/D… P|CĦE£… $T=PH=N$

Drama. … With thanks to blackandwhitebuff (the original uploader); I stepped in only because part of that has been deleted….Rich, spoiled Elsa Carlye gets in over her head at the gambling tables; Hardy Livingtone (Pichel) bails her out but — gasp — expects something in return. More interesting and sinister than the preceding suggests…. And: … Read more