Highest Rated Titles With James F. Hanley
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1. Lightnin' (1930)
96 min | Comedy
Lightnin' has the young man come to his hotel to find his wife who is seeking a divorce. He talks to the two who obviously are in love but they get in a tiff and the young man says ok, I am... See full summary »
3. So This Is London (1930)
92 min | Comedy
Hiram Draper is an all-American self-made man who profoundly distastes everything British. Yet he must travel to London with his family. When Junior falls in love with an aristocratic girl,... See full summary »
4. Charlie Chan in Paris (1935)
Approved | 72 min | Comedy, Crime, Drama
Hired to investigate forged bonds, Charlie is thwarted by the murder of his undercover agent, but the arrival of son Lee helps him uncover the true culprits.
6. Happy Days (1929)
Passed | 80 min | Musical
Margie, singer on a showboat, decides to try her luck in New York inspite of being in love with the owners grandson. She is successful, but suddenly she hears that the showboat is in deep ... See full summary »
7. The Trial of Vivienne Ware (1932)
56 min | Crime, Drama
Incredibly fast-moving courtroom yarn in which Bennett is defended by ex-beau Cook when she's accused of killing her faithless fiance, while the trial is broadcast live on the radio.
9. Up the River (1930)
Passed | 92 min | Comedy, Crime, Drama
When paroled trustee Steve and former inmate Judy who try to put their criminal lives behind them are blackmailed, two career criminals come to their rescue.
11. Poppin' the Cork (1933)
24 min | Comedy, Musical, Short
During the movement to repeal Prohibition, Oxidontal University student editor Elmer Brown is strongly in favor. He loves the daughter of an ardent prohibitionist; by chicanery, he tries to... See full summary »
12. Midnight (1934)
76 min | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
The foreman of a jury asks questions that send a woman to the electric chair for a murder committed in the heat of passion. On the night of the execution, his actions come back to haunt him.