It’s Cornell Wilde’s way or the Highway. #roadhouse’48
One of the great secret toy surprises in Archie Mayo’s GIRL MISSING (1933) is a brief appearance by a then unknown Walter Brennan as a bamboozled grease-monkey who loans his “flivver” to our gal-pal-amateur sleuths, Glenda Farrell and Mary Brian, so they can catch up to the hero of the piece before his own sabotaged car does him in.
Myrna Loy and Bela Lugosi on the set of RENEGADES (1930). Hello, new film finding obsession.
Happy Hallowe’en, folks. Lots more Midnight Spookshow ads posted over at the Morgue.