Added by on 2014-10-06

Anything-For-A-Thrill
Drama (1937) 62 minutes ~ Black & White

Feature:

Don Mallory is the younger brother of ace newsreel photographer Cliff Mallory, and is continually urging Cliff to let him become a cameraman rather than going to college. Cliff refuses. He is assigned to get some newsreel footage of heiress Betty Kelley, who has never been shot. She arrives at the airport accompanied by a phony Earl, to whom she is reportedly engaged, eludes the cameraman by dressing as the pilot and drives off before Cliff discovers the deception. She also destroys the film he shoots of her by sneaking into the Kelley’s heavily-guarded estate. Don, with the help of his girl friend, Jean Roberts, fares better and while Jean attracts the attention of the guards, Don sneaks into the estate and makes off with the film, arriving back at the newsreel office in time to pass it off as Cliff’s. When the film is released, Betty threatens a libel suit and finally buys the newsreel company as a compromise. She assigns Cliff to cover a baby parade. Meanwhile, the “Earl” finds …

Director: Leslie Goodwins

Writers: Peter B. Kyne (story), Joseph O’Donnell (screenplay), Stanley Lowenstein (screenplay)

Stars: Frankie Darro, Kane Richmond, June Johnson

Category:

Drama