A Scottish family immigrates to the Wisconsin in the 1850s and faces hardship, joy, tragedy and loss as it builds a life on the American frontier in this story based on true events.
Following the deaths of their parents, the eldest of six pioneer children must find homes for his brothers and sisters on Christmas Day.
The camp classic drama that catapolted De Carlo into stardom. During the Austrian-Prussian war, Anna Marie (De Carlo) is a dancer who is forced to flee her country after she is accused of being a spy. She ends up in a lawless western town in Arizona, where she uses her charms and dancing skills to transform herself into "Salome" during her dance routines. She makes such an impact on the town, eventually taming it, that they re-name the town "Salome, Where She Danced." Later on, she moves to San Francisco, where she meets a wealthy Russian man, seduces him, and has him build her her own opera house to perform in. Anna Marie spends her life manipulating one man after another to get what she wants, and they fall fall for her.
Playwright/actor/director Willard Mack was a stage and screen phenomenon, parlaying his talent with the pen into a long and lucrative stage and screen career in the beginning of the 20th Century. He's also the man who discovered Ruby Stevens, soon to be dubbed "Barbara Stanwyck." The Voice of the City marks Mack's Talkie debut, in which he plays Biff, a detective solely dedicated to the apprehension of escaped con Bobby Doyle (Robert Ames). But the savvy Biff soon senses he's been fed the wrong score and that he's after the wrong guy. And the gangsters behind the stitch up got nothing on Biff when it comes to dirty tricks. Willard Mack also wrote and directed.
An escaped convict and the detective tasked with hunting him down end up working in parallel to clear the convict's name and nab the gangsters that framed him.
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