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Would love to trade for these! :)

Postby markbeckuaf » August 19th, 2007, 9:31 am

The Donavan Affair(Columbia 1929),
Nine Girls(Columbia 1944),
The Circus Queen Murder(Columbia 1933),
Roar Of The Dragon(RKO 1932),
Under Suspicion(Columbia 1937,with Jack Holt).
Whistling in the Dark (1933)
Appointment with a Shadow (1958)
Escape (1948)
For You I Die (1948)
Shadow of Fear aka Before I Wake (1956)
Shed No Tears(1948)
Strangers In The Night (1944)
The System (1953)
I've Got Your Number (1934)
Quick Millions (1931)
Frisco Jenny (1932)
The Meanest Gal In Town (1934)

And these Eddie G Robinson films:

Destroyer (1943)
Flesh and Fantasy (1943)
My Daughter Joy (1950)
Big Leaguer (1953)
The Glass Web (1953)
Black Tuesday (1954)
Hell on Frisco Bay (1955)
Illegal (1955)
Thunder in the City (1937)
Barbary Coast aka Port of Wickedness (1935)
East Is West (1930)
Outside the Law (1930)
A Lady to Love (1930)
Night Ride (1930)

Thank ya! :)
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Postby pktrekgirl » September 6th, 2007, 10:49 am

Didn't even see this thread until this minute. I am such a space cadet. :roll:

Anyway, I have the following:

WHISTLING IN THE DARK (1933)
FLESH AND FANTASY (1943)
BLACK TUESDAY (1954)
BARBARY COAST (1935)

I will say that I'm not particularly happy with the quality of my copy of BLACK TUESDAY....I got this film in a trade and have a note here that there is some tape rolling from a VHS transfer in it. It's probably the typical stuff - only at the very beginning. But I can recheck it if you are interested.
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