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(story "One-Eighth Apache"), (screenplay)


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Complete credited cast:
Lawrence Gray ...
Jerry Mason
Sheila Bromley ...
Lorraine Matthews (as Sheila Mannors)
J. Farrell MacDonald ...
Harry Cromwell - City Editor
Fuzzy Knight ...
Fred Klein
Nick Conrad
Fred Kelsey ...
Detective O'Brien
John Elliott ...
Captain Matthews
Eddie Phillips ...
Henchman Eddie
Arthur Loft ...
Henchman Pete
Herschel Mayall Jr. ...
Henchman Steve (as J Herschel Mayall)
Gordon Griffith ...
Henchman Chuck
Earl Dwire ...
Detective Sergeant
Richard Cramer ...
Detective Hogan (as Dick Cramer)
George Chesebro ...
First Mate Taylor


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Release Date:

1 August 1935 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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Fred Klein: [to Captain Matthews] Say, Captain, where is the...
[spots Jerry and Lorraine having a romantic conversation]
Fred Klein: Uh-oh. Captain, let me show you the latest thing in oceans.
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Played on piano and sung by Fuzzy Knight
Reprised by Lawrence Gray
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Bad even by B-movie standards
28 January 2005 | by See all my reviews

Lawrence Gray plays a reporter who witnesses a sea captain getting robbed by crooks in a scam after delivering $40,000 in silks. Paid in cash, it is a setup to steal the money back. After Gray takes the money from the crooks, the chase is on by the crooks to find the money which seems to go on a longer voyage than the silk ship.

There is of course the captain's daughter who caught Gray's eye in the first place as the tacked on love interest, and Fuzzy Knight, the friend in the delicatessen meant for comedy relief, and who fails miserably. You don't expect great acting in B-movies of this sort, but this one is particularly bad, and only Lawrence Gray at least manages to not make you roll your eyes.

While B-movies are known to have poor fight choreography, it is usually at least short. This one aspires to be an action movie, and manages to include several fight scenes that drag on and on, even when the crooks are holding guns that they won't use.

Not amusing enough to be camp, not interesting enough to enjoyable diversion, this movie is best avoided.

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