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MONOGRAM FEST (1930s)


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STRANGE ADVENTURE (1932) Regis Toomey, June Clyde

GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY (1932) Betty Compson, Claudia Dell

THE THIRTEENTH GUEST (1932) Ginger Rogers, Lyle Talbot

WEST OF SINGAPORE (1933) Betty Compson, Weldon Heyburn

THE SPHINX (1933) Lionel Atwill, Sheila Terry

THE AVENGER (1933) Ralph Forbes, Adrienne Ames

DEVIL'S MATE (1933) Preston Foster, Peggy Shannon

SENSATION HUNTERS (1933) Preston Foster, Arline Judge

16 FATHOMS DEEP (1934) Sally O'Neill, Lon Chaney, Jr.

BEGGARS IN ERMINE (1934) Lionel Atwill, Henry B. Walthall

JANE EYRE (1934) Virginia Bruce, Colin Clive

THE MOONSTONE (1934) David Manners, Phyllis Barry

THE HOUSE OF MYSTERY (1934) Ed Lowry, Verna Hillie

THE LOUDSPEAKER (1934) Ray Walker, Jacqueline Wells

KING KELLY OF THE U.S.A. (1934) Guy Robertson, Irene Ware

MILLION DOLLAR BABY (1934) Ray Walker, Arline Judge

MYSTERIOUS MR. WONG (1935) Bela Lugosi, Wallace Ford

THE MYSTERY MAN (1935) Robert Armstrong, Maxine Doyle

THE THIRTEENTH MAN (1937) Weldon Heyburn, Inez Courtney

BOY OF THE STREETS (1938) Jackie Cooper, Kathleen Burke

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> {quote:title=musicalnovelty wrote:}{quote}

> I'd much rather watch a month of this stuff than TCM's Oscar Months.

 

Musicalnovelty, what a great idea! I'm pretty sure they won't give that Oscar month up, but why not another month feature films from Poverty Row studios??? I'd totally love it!

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Actually that would be a very good idea. TCM has done months on various subjects and stars, but not (that I recall) on "Poverty Row" or "B-movies". It's a subject long overdue for a proper TCM tribute.

And if they did such a series, and it were to include more than just Monogram, it would be the ideal opportunity for them to premiere a bunch of those fun Universal B's from the early 1940's that are so seldom on TV any more.

 

Hey it's 7:57 and "Cinemaven" is on right now!

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