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Alan O'Connor Film Series - Yellow Cargo (1936) + Navy Spy (1937) + The Gold Racket (1937) + Bank Alarm (1937) DVD-R

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Get the original film, The White Horse Inn (1935) and The White Horse Inn (1960), for 20% off their individual prices!

The White Horse Inn (1935)

Christl Mardayn, Hermann Thimig, Willi Schaeffers, Anni Markart, Theo Lingen

Directed by Karel Lamac

Print: Black and White

Genre: Musical

Runtime: 1h 30m

Language: German

Several guests arrive during high season at the Weissen Rössl (White Horse) Inn, a picturesque Austrian inn by a lake. Josefa, the landlady, is willing to meet again one of them, lawyer Dr. Siedler. This is most unhappily lived by her chief waiter Leopold, whose love advances towards her are always turned down. Yet Dr. Siedler is more interested in businessman Giesecke's daughter Ottilie, but he has it hard since one of his clients has a legal fight with Giesecke. On top of all this a telegram arrives announcing the arrival of Fürst, which is a nobility title in Germany, and the entire village prepares to give him a proper reception.

The White Horse Inn (1960)

Alexander, Waltraut Haas, Karin Dor, Adrian Hoven, Estella Blain

Directed by Werner Jacobs

Print: Color

Genre: Comedy

Runtime: 1h 43min

Language: German

WThe White Horse Inn (originally Im weißen Rößl) is a 1960 Austrian / West German musical film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Peter Alexander, Waltraut Haas and Adrian Hoven. It is based on the operetta The White Horse Inn. White Horse Inn, is an operetta or musical comedy by Ralph Benatzky and Robert Stolz in collaboration with a number of other composers and writers, set in the picturesque Salzkammergut region of Upper Austria. Leopold, the head waiter of the White Horse Inn, falls in love with Josepha, the hostess. Josepha is in love with Dr. Siedler. When Josepha thinks a bunch of red roses sent by Leopold are from Dr. Siedler, Leopold sees red and shows his true colors.


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Get the original film Alan O'Connor Film Series - Yellow Cargo (1936), Navy Spy (1937), The Gold Racket (1937) and Bank Alarm (1937), for 20% off their individual prices!

Yellow Cargo (1936)

Conrad Nagel, Eleanor Hunt, Vince Barnett, Jack La Rue, Claudia Dell
Directed by Crane Wilbur

Print: Black and White
Genre: Action
Runtime: 1h 03min
Language: English

The first of a series of four "G-Man" films produced by George A. Hirliman's Condor Productions (with all four starring Conrad Nagel and Hirliman's wife, actress Eleanor Hunt, in continuing roles), "Yellow Cargo" has G-Man (nee FBI) Alan O'Connor (Conrad Nagel) being "borrowed" by the United States Immigration Service to track down a smuggling ring on the West Coast, which is engaged in bringing in Orientals to the U.S. in violation of the Chinese Exclusion Act. O'Connor is met at the airport by reporter Bobbie Reynolds (Eleanor Hunt), who mistakes him for a New York actor in search of a movie job in Hollywood. O'Connor falls in with her plan to introduce him to some producers, so he can get a line on the leaders of the smuggling ring, who are operating under the guise of an independent motion picture company. Vince Barnett is on hand for comedy relief as "Bulbs" Callahan ('Vince Barnett'), a bone-head news photographer, while Crane Wilbur, who directed and wrote the original screenplay, also plays one of the gang members

Navy Spy (1937)

Conrad Nagel, Eleanor Hunt, Judith Allen, Jack Doyle, Phil Dunham
Directed by Joseph H. Lewis And Crane Wilbur

Print: Black and White
Genre: Action
Runtime: 1h 12min
Language: English

A group of international and American criminals are trying to learn the secret formula of a concentrated vapor fuel invented by a U. S. Navy officer, Lieutenant Dan Carrington (Jack Doyle), who mysteriously disappears. Secret Service agent Alan O'Connor (Conrad Nagel), assisted by federal agent Bobbie Reynolds (Eleanor Hunt), is assigned to the case. Anna Novna (Judith Allen), a nightclub dancer who was involved with Carrington may know more about where Carrington is than she cares to divulge.

The Gold Racket (1937)

Conrad Nagel, Eleanor Hunt, Fuzzy Knight, Frank Milan, Jack Duffy
Directed by Louis J. Gasnier And Joseph H. Lewis

Print: Black and White
Genre: Crime
Runtime: 1h 06min
Language: English

The third in a series of four "G-Man" films produced by George A. Hirliman's Concord Productions for Grand National release finds smugglers have found that smuggling gold from Mexico has become a lucrative racket since the United States went off of the gold standard. McKenzie (William L. Thorne) and his gang operating from the Los Morados mine are sailing high until they happen to kill two federal agents and the Department of Justice sends in ace operative Alan O'Connor (Conrad Nagel) to find the killers and break up the gold traffic. He traces specimens of the precious metal to have come from the Los Morados mine, and sets off for Mexico. There he meets aviator Steve Williams (Frank Milan), who pays his saloon bills with gold nuggets. Alan persuades the proprietor of the Tarentella Cafe to add another entertainer to his staff, and then wires Washington to send Operative No. 37, Bobbie Reynolds (Eleanor Hunt), his sweetheart. (Nice work if you can get it.) O'Connor finds a map in Steve's room showing the American headquarters of the gang to be a mine near Winston, California, and he leaves Bobbie and heads there. He is recognized and followed when he arrives. Bobbie follows him by train. O'Connor has gone to the landing field with other agents to trap the in-coming Steve with his load of Mexican gold, but members of the gang are holding Bobbie captive in an old mine shaft.

Bank Alarm (1937)

Conrad Nagel, Eleanor Hunt, Vince Barnett, Wheeler Oakman, Nat Carr
Directed by Louis J. Gasnier

Print: Black and White
Genre: Action
Runtime: 1h 01min
Language: English

An investigator tries to find a gang responsible for a rash of bank robberies. What he doesn't know is that his sister is the girlfriend of the gang's ringleader.

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