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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

You May be Next! (1936) DVD-R

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Starring Ann Sothern, Lloyd Nolan, Douglass Dumbrille, John Arledge,

Berton Churchill

Directed by Albert S. Rogell



Print: black/white

Runtime: 66 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



Gangster boss Beau Gardner (Douglass Dumbrille) isn't happy about the

things being said about him on the radio station owned by J. J. Held

(Berton Churchill). Using his influence, Gardner is able to shut down

Held's operation, but he can't wipe out an entire radio network. Thus, he

uses hot-shot broadcast engineer Neil Bennett (Lloyd Nolan) as an

innocent dupe in a scheme to jam all radio transmissions within shouting

distance. Bennett finally manages to enlist the aid of the U.S. Navy to

strike a blow for freedom of the airwaves. And how does Ann Sothern fit

into all this? Simple: she plays Bennett's sweetheart Fay Stevens, who

happens to be a singer at Garner's nightclub. You May Be Next was also

released as Panic on the Air, Calling All G-Men and Trapped by Wireless.


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Starring Ann Sothern, Lloyd Nolan, Douglass Dumbrille, John Arledge,
Berton Churchill
Directed by Albert S. Rogell

Print: black/white
Runtime: 66 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

Gangster boss Beau Gardner (Douglass Dumbrille) isn't happy about the
things being said about him on the radio station owned by J. J. Held
(Berton Churchill). Using his influence, Gardner is able to shut down
Held's operation, but he can't wipe out an entire radio network. Thus, he
uses hot-shot broadcast engineer Neil Bennett (Lloyd Nolan) as an
innocent dupe in a scheme to jam all radio transmissions within shouting
distance. Bennett finally manages to enlist the aid of the U.S. Navy to
strike a blow for freedom of the airwaves. And how does Ann Sothern fit
into all this? Simple: she plays Bennett's sweetheart Fay Stevens, who
happens to be a singer at Garner's nightclub. You May Be Next was also
released as Panic on the Air, Calling All G-Men and Trapped by Wireless.

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