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2. Shot in the Dark (1933)
53 min | Mystery
The relatives of a millionaire--the victim of a mysterious murder--get together at his house to search for his will, which he recorded on a record. However, one of them is actually the ... See full summary »
3. A Southern Maid (1934)
83 min | Drama, Musical, Romance
A Southern Maid is a 1933 British musical film directed by Harry Hughes and starring Bebe Daniels, Clifford Mollison and Hal Gordon. It is based on the operetta A Southern Maid by Harold ... See full summary »
7. Britannia of Billingsgate (1933)
80 min | Comedy, Drama, Musical
The owner of a fish-and-chips shop in the Billingsgate area of London harbors a secret ambition: to become a movie star. It turns out that she has a beautiful singing voice, and when that ... See full summary »
10. Channel Crossing (1933)
70 min | Crime, Drama
Money isn't everything. Tycoon races against time to cross the English Channel in order to save a business deal, but along the way his whole value system is thrown into turmoil.
12. Cleaning Up (1933)
70 min | Comedy
Tony Pumpford (George Gee) takes a job selling the Mop-It-Up vacuum cleaner. He tangles with a chorus girl (Betty Astell) and accidentally ends up in the show whilst demonstrating the ... See full synopsis »
16. Doss House (1933)
53 min | Crime
An escaped convict is on the loose, and the police are searching all the doss-houses in the hopes of finding him there. A young journalist is sent by his editor to assist in the search with... See full summary »
38. It's a Boy (1933)
Not Rated | 80 min | Comedy
Horton is about to be married when he's confronted by a blackmailer claiming to be his long-lost illegitimate son. The best man sets out to prove that the allegations are false. Produced by Michael Balcon.
41. Leave It to Smith (1933)
69 min | Comedy
A pair of con men in Monte Carlo attach themselves to a nouveau rich American snob with a weakness for titles, with an eye toward marrying off her daughter. The pair are invited to stay at ... See full summary »
42. Keep It Quiet (1934)
Henpecked husband Joe Puddlefoot falls into the hands of two con men who enlist his help in burgling from Sir Charles Good by having Joe pose as a new butler. He is saved from disgrace by the intervention of his daughter and her boyfriend.
55. Mayfair Girl (1933)
Mayfair Girl is a 1933 British crime film directed by George King and starring Sally Blane, John Stuart and Glen Alyn. It was made at Teddington Studios by the British subsidiary of Warner Bros.
58. Money for Speed (1933)
73 min | Drama, Sport
Motorcycle speedway champion Big Bill Summers (Cyril McLaglen) has amorous intentions towards attractive young Jane (Ida Lupino). After Bill's rival on the dirt tracks, Mitch (John Loder), ... See full synopsis »
73. Sleeping Car (1933)
82 min | Comedy
A French sleeping-car attending with an eye for the ladies hooks up with a wealthy widow and they get married. What he doesn't know is that she married him because she wants to stay in France. Complications ensue.
76. Sorrell and Son (1933)
84 min | Drama
Stephen Sorrell, a decorated war hero, raises his son Kit alone after Kit's mother deserts husband and child in the boy's infancy. Sorrell loses a promising job offer and is forced to take ... See full summary »
78. Strike It Rich (1933)
72 min | Comedy
Meek clerk Eddie Smart (George Gee) has his bumps read and believes he is another Napoleon. He takes over the hair lotion company he works for and corners the nutmeg market. Songs include "... See full synopsis »
85. The Constant Nymph (1933)
Sensitive Belgian schoolgirl, Tessa (Victoria Hopper), in love with world-famous composer Lewis Dodd (Brian Aherne), who marries her wealthy cousin Florence (Leonora Corbett).
88. March of the Movies (1933)
55 min | History
A two-reel short from Alliance (produced in England and not the USA as some sources indicate)covering the history of "moving pictures" from 1848 to the (then) present, and even going into ... See full summary »
100. The Man Outside (1933)
50 min | Crime, Drama
A murder at a country house centres around the whereabouts of a horde of stolen diamonds and the unmasking of people who are not as they at first seem.