Most Popular Titles With Ted Osborne
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2. San Quentin (1937)
Approved | 70 min | Drama, Film-Noir
An army trainer becomes captain of the prison yard and in time, falls for the sister of a hardened inmate.
3. Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum (1940)
Approved | 63 min | Comedy, Crime, Mystery
An escaped convicted murderer hides out at a New York wax museum where he hopes to get plastic surgery, which will help him revenge himself on Charlie Chan.
5. The Man Without a Country (1937)
Approved | 21 min | Drama, Short
In this classic story, US Army Lt. Philip Nolan is upset with his assignment to a remote outpost with no possibility for promotion. He intends to join Aaron Burr, who plans to form a new ... See full summary »
7. Captain Caution (1940)
Approved | 86 min | Action, Adventure, Romance
When her father dies, a young woman helps a young man take command of the ship to fight the British during the war of 1812.
10. Brother Rat and a Baby (1940)
Approved | 87 min | Comedy
Three comrades graduate from Viriginia Military Institute. Bing has a chance to return to VMI as a football coach.
11. Midnight Intruder (1938)
Approved | 68 min | Adventure, Comedy, Crime
A former actor poses as the son of a wealthy man and gets involved in a murder in which the real son is a suspect.
12. Buried Alive (1939)
Approved | 62 min | Drama
A prison trustee rescues a despondent executioner from a bar-room brawl, and is blamed for the fight by a tabloid reporter who actually started it, and loses parole, becomes embittered, and gets blamed for murder of guard.
13. The Declaration of Independence (1938)
Approved | 17 min | Short, Drama, History
This historical featurette focuses on Caesar Rodney of Delaware, who cast the deciding vote so that the Declaration of Independence was adopted in 1776.
14. The Bigelow Theatre (1950–1951)
30 min | Drama, Family
A live CBS half-hour dramatic anthology series, but on two networks in its second season (as "Bigelow-Sanford Theater"); Sunday evenings over CBS and Thursday evenings over DuMont.
16. Isle of Destiny (1940)
Approved | 95 min | Adventure, Drama
Society glamor girl/aviatrix Virginia Allerton decides to alter her around-the-world flight by stopping off on the Pacific isle of Palo Pango where her brother, Lieutenant Allerton is ... See full summary »
19. The Flag of Humanity (1940)
Passed | 19 min | Short, Biography, Drama
This 'Special' entry from the Warners/Vitaphone shorts department is less the story of Clara Barton, and more the story of how Clara Barton helped further the cause of the Red Cross in the ... See full summary »
21. The Bill of Rights (1939)
Approved | 21 min | Short, Drama, History
This short subject is a lavish costumed color production which dramatizes the birth of the American Bill of Rights. It depicts leading political figures of the American Revolution and the ... See full summary »
22. The Jury's Secret (1938)
Approved | 65 min | Crime, Mystery, Romance
Bill Sheldon has a grudge against Midland City newspaper publisher Brandon Williams as Sheldon blames the city's recent flood against Williams for using his power and influence to hold up ... See full summary »
24. Old Hickory (1939)
Approved | 17 min | Short, Biography, Drama
Four key incidents in the public life of Andrew Jackson (1767-1845), seventh President of the United States. We watch him win the Battle of New Orleans in 1812 after an alliance with pirate... See full summary »
25. Romance of Louisiana (1937)
Approved | 18 min | Short, Drama, History
This 1937 Vitaphone short was reissued in 1953 to coincide with the 150th anniversary of the Louisiana Purchase. In 1803, American President Thomas Jefferson appointed James Monroe to ... See full summary »
Kraft Theatre (1947–1958)
A Long Time Till Dawn
60 min | Drama
Just out of prison Joe Harris looks to restart his life. His wife Barbie has moved and the one man who can tell him where refuses to do so. Enraged, Joe beats the old man senseless and runs... See full summary »