When He Learns That Jesse'S Killers Have Been Pardoned By The Governor, Younger Brother Frank Reluctantly Leaves The Ranch With Vengeance On His Mind.
In this sequel to Jesse James, Frank has given up his life of crime for that of farming, but when he finds that his brother's killer, Ford, has been freed he sets out to exact revenge.
A man is strapped in a plane about to crash in the thrilling opening of this film in the Renfrew of the Royal Mounted series. Sgt. Renfrew (Nevill) and Constable Kelly (O'Brien) are brought in to investigate the crash, which they believe is murder when they find the plane was sabotaged. Then, gold mine owner Louise Howard reports that her mine supervisor has gone missing, and Renfrew soon finds him, also dead in an apparent "accident." Renfrew suspects that Yuke, the airline manager, and Raymond, the airline's secret owner, have been stealing part of the gold they transport, and the two murdered men had found out about the scheme. A trap is set to catch Yuke and Raymond, but they manage to escape by plane, leading to an exciting plane chase conclusion!
When the plane owned by the "Yukon and Columbia Mail Service" crashes, RCMP Sergeant Renfrew (James Newill) and Constable Kelly (Dave O'Brien) suspect murder. Their suspicions are confirmed when Renfrew finds the control stick has been jammed, forcing the plane to fly in one direction until the gas ran out.
When he learns that Jesse's killers have been pardoned by the Governor, younger brother Frank reluctantly leaves the ranch with vengeance on his mind.
A veteran of Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders helps protect a mining town
from gold thieves.
Lamont Cranston (AKA The Shadow) is an amateur criminologist and detective who hosts a daily radio news program. A tip about an impending robbery detours the ccops and cranston from the real bank burglery across town, which results in the accidental death of the bank owner. Cranston and his assistant Phobe Lane (Allwyn) attempt to solve the murder, and uncover a gang of foreign saboteurs. The second of two films based on the popular "The Shadow" pulp novels my Maxwell Grant.
Humphrey Bogart portrays Red, continuing his climb to stardom in this brisk film that's one of a string of Depression-era works combining gangster-movie elements with a Big House setting.
Academy Award winner Humphrey Bogart stars with Edward G. Robinson and Joan Blondell star in the story of a mob kingpin, a tough cop working undercover and a bad girl who turns good — Bullets or Ballots. In a desperate attempt to break the stranglehold that organized crime has over city government, Detective Johnny Blake (Robinson) feigns a fight with his captain, which gets him thrown off the police force. Blake offers his invaluable services to a suspicious mob, and he stays undercover until he identifies the true criminal mastermind, "Bugs" Fenner (Bogart), and gets the evidence to bust the racket wide open.
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