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Lloyd Corrigan

Lloyd Corrigan


Birthdate: October 16, 1900

Deathdate: November 5, 1969

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The Thin Man Goes Home (1944)

Nick and Nora visit Nick's parents in Nick's hometown, Sycamore Springs, New England. The residents are convinced that Nick is in town on an investigation, despite Nick's repeated denials. However, when aircraft factory employee Peter Berton seeks out Nick and is shot dead before he can reveal an...
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The Chance of a Lifetime (1943)

Boston Blackie (Chester Morris) helps get prisoners with needed skills released on parole to help in the machine and tool plant of his friend, Arthur Manleder (Lloyd Corrigan). Those chosen want to support America's war effort. All of the parolees have to stay in Blackie's apartment, all except r...
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Tarzan's Desert Mystery (1943)

Tarzan's Desert Mystery is a 1943 film starring Johnny Weismuller and Nancy Kelly, and directed by Wilhelm Thiele. Like its immediate predecessor, Tarzan Triumphs, this movie makes reference to Tarzan's mate, Jane, played in earlier Weissmuller films by Maureen O'Sullivan, but it does not show he...
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After Midnight with Boston Blackie (1943)

When "Diamond" Ed Barnaby (an uncredited Walter Baldwin) is paroled, he sets out to give $100,000 worth of diamonds to his daughter, Betty (Ann Savage). Aware that several shady characters know he has the jewels, he stashes them in a safe deposit box in the Arcade Building. Betty later receives a...
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Boston Blackie Goes Hollywood (1942)

Boston Blackie (Chester Morris) and his sidekick The Runt (George E. Stone) are called, first to a Manhattan apartment where there's $60,000 waiting in a safe, then to Hollywood, by Boston's old friend Arthur Manleder (Lloyd Corrigan) to bail him out of gangster trouble. Naturally the police are ...
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Confessions of Boston Blackie (1941)

Diane Parrish (Harriet Hilliard) is impatient for the sale of her statue of Augustus Caesar, as she needs the money to help her sick brother. Joe Buchanan, one of the art dealers handling the auction, asks her to stay away, claiming that an emotional attachment to the work might cause her to make...
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Men of Boys Town (1941)

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Whistling in the Dark (1941)

Whistling in the Dark is the first of three comedy films starring Red Skelton as Wally "the Fox" Benton, who writes and acts in radio murder mysteries. Wally is kidnapped by a greedy cult leader (played by Conrad Veidt), who threatens to kill Wally's girlfriend (portrayed in all three films by An...
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The Lady in Question (1940)

After serving on a Paris jury which acquits a young woman of any blame for the death of a young man she had known, Andre Morestan invites her to live and work at his bicycle shop so she can readjust to society. However, he decides to keep her true identity a secret which soon begins to raise the ...
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The Ghost Breakers (1940)

The film opens in a Manhattan radio studio during a broadcast by crime reporter Lawrence Lawrence (Bob Hope)—"Larry" to his friends, as well as his enemies, who are many in number among the local underworld. Listening in on the broadcast is pretty brunette Mary Carter (Paulette Goddard), whose h...
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Night Key (1937)

The inventor of a burglar alarm attempts to get back at the man who stole the profits to his invention before he goes blind. The device is then subverted by gangsters who apply pressure to the inventor and use his device to facilitate burglaries.
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Murder on a Honeymoon (1935)

On a short flight to Catalina Island off the California coast, a passenger on a seaplane calling himself Roswell T. Forrest (Brooks Benedict) gets sick. Hildegarde Withers and the others aboard are startled when he is found dead upon landing. It appears to be murder to Miss Withers, but she has a...
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Daughter of the Dragon (1931)

Princess Ling Moy lives next door to Dr. Fu Manchu, and is romantically involved with Ah Kee, a secret agent determined to thwart Fu Manchu. It is revealed that Fu Manchu is Ling Moy's father.
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Miss Brewster's Millions (1926)

Polly Brewster, a penniless Hollywood model/movie extra inherits one million dollars. But her new lawyer, Tom Hancock, informs her that she has to spend it all within 30 days to inherit $5 million more from her spiteful Uncle Ned Brewster who tries to prevent it from happening.