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Fast And Loose (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Do They Play For Keeps Here? Part of the point in the casino scene has to be Roz Russell’s outfit, as Garda Sloane with her book-dealer amateur-sleuth husband Joel (Robert Montgomery) quipping their way into the joint run by Sidney Blackmer as Nolan, Joan Marsh his conspiring moll, in the MGM semi-programmer Fast And Loose, 1939.
Fast And Loose (1939) -- (Movie Clip) I Swallowed A Jam Session Clever and provocative business, Rosalind Russell and Robert Montgomery introduced in bed(s) as Joel And Garda Sloane, officially rare-book dealers, as the second of MGM’s three couples cast in the roles, from screenwriter Harry Kurnitz, in Fast And Loose, 1939.
Fast And Loose (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Go On Dear, Detect Something! Roz Russell as Garda Sloane and Robert Montgomery her husband Joel, the clever book-dealer/amateur sleuth now at dinner with daffy mogul Oates (Etienne Girardot), banker Charlton (Reginald Owen), host Torrent (Ralph Morgan) and Anthony Allan, et al, quipping and inviting mystery, in MGM’s Fast And Loose, 1939.
Phantom Raiders (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Ten Thousand Bags Of Sand Joining the complex opening scene, in Panama, where master crook Taurez (Joseph Schildkraut) manipulates goon Gunboat (Nat Pendleton) framed shipping exec Morris (Cecil Kellaway), and would-be-hero undercover cop Steve (John Burton), in the MGM Nick Carter serial Phantom Raiders, 1940, starring Walter Pidgeon.
Phantom Raiders (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Did Somebody Kidnap Congress? Leading man Walter Pidgeon as vacationing P-I Nick Carter, in Panama, with spicy Dolores (Steffi Duna) when Bartholomew (Donald Meek) appears, from L-A, pitching a job he’s accepted, posing as Nick’s partner, and getting thug Gunboat (Nat Pendleton) involved, in the programmer Phantom Raiders, 1940.
Phantom Raiders (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Ex-Heavyweight Champ Of The Pacific Tuna Fleet Goon Gunboat (Nat Pendleton), sort of overseeing the high-tech ship-sinking gadgetry in Panama, doesn’t realize detective Nick Carter (Walter Pidgeon), posing as the vacationer he was, is on his case, his ad-hoc partner “Beeswax” (Donald Meek) arriving just in time, in the MGM serial Phantom Raiders, 1940.
Fast And Furious (1939) -- (Movie Clip) I Don't Like This Ocean Jet-setting rare-book dealers Joel and Garda Sloane (Franchot Tone, Ann Sothern) arrive at “Seaside City” escaping the New York heat, and he’s alarmed to find out that his friend, who got him to invest in the beauty pageant, signed him up as a judge, early in MGM’s Fast And Furious, 1939.
Fast And Furious (1939) -- (Movie Clip) I Speaks His Native Tongue Minor celebrity Joel Sloane (Franchot Tone) plays it cool while newsman Bentley (Allyn Joslyn) puts the moves on a beauty pageant contestant (Margaret Roach), then Mrs. Sloane (Ann Sothern), who doesn’t know her husband’s been made a judge, comes seeking his checkbook, in Fast And Furious, 1939.
It Happened On Fifth Avenue -- (Movie Clip) When The House Is Boarded Up Newly-evicted veteran Jim (Don DeFore) is discovered on a Manhattan park bench by vagrant McKeever (Victor Moore), who happens to be squatting in a mansion, in Roy Del Ruth's It Happened On Fifth Avenue, 1947.
Tarzan's New York Adventure -- (Movie Clip) Scratch No Good Jane (Maureen O'Sullivan) helps Tarzan (Johnny Weissmuller) get the proper attire and other objectives he needs to head to New York and begin their search for "Boy" (Johnny Sheffield) in Tarzan's New York Adventure, 1942.
Tarzan's New York Adventure -- (Movie Clip) Boy Gone Tarzan (Johnny Weissmuller) and Jane (Maureen O'Sullivan) reply to a cry for help from the boy (Johnny Sheffield) which leads them into a Swahili trap leaving them helpless from retrieving the boy before he is taken away on an aircraft in Tarzan's New York Adventure, 1942.
It Happened On Fifth Avenue -- (Movie Clip) Shed That Mink! Jim (Don DeFore) still doesn't know that he and McKeever (Victor Moore) are squatting in the home of a wealthy industrialist, when his daughter Mary (Ann Harding) arrives, in Roy Del Ruth's It Happened On Fifth Avenue, 1947.