Brief look at Paramount’s One Hour Late, a late 1934 release starring Joe Morrison and Helen Twelvetrees. Action takes place over single day at an office. Directed by Ralph Murphy.
A wild pre-Code con man romp directed by Roy Del Ruth for Warner Bros. and featuring the great chemistry of James Cagney and Joan Blondell. Blonde Crazy released in November 1931. Supporting cast highlighted by Louis Calhern, Noel Francis, Guy Kibbee, Polly Walters, and a very young Ray Milland.
George Arliss is a concert pianist who loses his hearing in an explosion. After learning to read lips he overcomes depression and despair by using his new talent to eavesdrop and help strangers overcome their own misfortune. With Bette Davis in an early supporting role.
A little bit about TCM’s April 2011 Star of the Month Ray Milland, including excerpts from Wide-Eyed in Babylon. The post includes the entire TCM Milland schedule for April as well as a vintage movie card and collectibles gallery.
A biography of film actor Ray Milland accompanied by images of Ray Milland Movie Cards and Movie Collectibles.