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Flaming Gold (1933)

Passed  -  Drama  -  29 September 1933 (USA)
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Dan Manton (as Bill Boyd)
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Claire Gordon
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Ben Lear
Robert McWade ...
Bill Conway
Helen Ware ...
Tampico Tess Terrell
Rollo Lloyd ...
Harry Banning
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29 September 1933 (USA)  »

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Oro en llamas  »

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Edward McWade was reported in the cast in a contemporary newspaper, but he was not seen in the movie. See more »

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Tampico Tess: What do you boys think of me, anyway?
Ben Lear: Well, Tess...
Dan Manton: We think you're a perfect... lady.
Tampico Tess: [Laughing] Well, if you do, you're crazy.
[still smiling]
Tampico Tess: I know what you think, and you're right. I'm a '23 model with a '33 paint job. I'm running a honky-tonk, and I've run lots worse ones than this. When I was young, I got what I wanted by loving; now that I'm old I get what I want by fighting.
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Siboney
(1929) (uncredited)
Written by Ernesto Lecuona
Played in the Cantina as dance music
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Oil/jungle drama
24 December 1999 | by (Benbrook, Texas) – See all my reviews

William Boyd (pre-Hopalong Cassidy) and Pat O'Brien are drilling for oil in the jungle. Boyd goes to the city to get financing and meets working girl Mae Clarke. They have a great time, fall in love, and get married. The twist, Bill doesn't know Mae was a working girl. When they arrive back at the site, Pat spots her for what she was, and assumes she tricked Bill into the marriage. Thus, the drama unfolds of this friendship/love triangle.

It's a bit dated, and you've seen the plot dozens of times, but, the cast is solid, and the story runs smoothly in it's 54 minute running time.

It would have been better if there had been more danger and excitement about the oil drilling, or life in the jungle, but, it is a drama, not an adventure.

For those that love classic movies, or those wanting to see early performances by the stars.


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