, 1h39 Directed byLewis Milestone OriginUSA GenresDrama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romantic comedy, Romance ActorsRonald Colman, Ginger Rogers, Jack Carson, Spring Byington, Harry Davenport, Cecilia Loftus Roles Niagara Clerk Rating64% Portrait painter and caricaturist David Grant (Ronald Colman), newly arrived in Greenwich Village, wishes Jean Newton (Ginger Rogers) good luck on a whim as they pass on the sidewalk. When Jean delivers books, a woman makes her the gift of an expensive dress. She is quarreling with her son-in-law, who had given the dress to his wife. Believing David to be lucky, Jean asks him to partner with her on a ticket for the Irish Sweepstakes. He agrees only on condition that, if their horse wins, she accompany him on a platonic trip to see the sights before she settles down to married life in Poughkeepsie, New York. She and her fiance, Frederick "Freddie" Harper (Jack Carson), are dubious about the proposition, but he talks them into it.
, 56minutes Directed byNoel M. Smith OriginUSA ActorsDick Purcell, Ann Sheridan, Anne Nagel, William Hopper, Dennie Moore, Hugh O'Connell Roles Newell Morse Rating54% At a hunting lodge retreat, banker Hubert Kingery (Eric Stanely) announces to five fellow officers that one of them has forged documents and embezzled $500,000. Before the evening is over, Kingery is shot dead and the police officially rule it a suicide. Kingery's daughter Gwen (Anne Nagel) doesn't agree and asks for help from her aunt's nurse, Sarah Keate (Ann Sheridan), who suggests her detective boyfriend, Lance O'Leary (Dick Purcell), for the case. O'Leary has all of the suspects return to the lodge and begins his investigation. Stuck in the snowbound shelter, the suspects and victims begin to pile up.
, 1h33 Directed byEdmund Goulding OriginUSA GenresDrama, Romance ActorsBette Davis, Henry Fonda, Anita Louise, Ian Hunter, Donald Crisp, Hugh O'Connell Roles reporter Virgil Whitaker Rating66% The soap opera-like plot of the Warner Bros. release focuses on Mary Donnell, a naive young woman married to a bootlegger who is killed during the St. Valentine's Day massacre. In order to support herself she takes a job as a secretary to married attorney Lloyd Rogers, who finds himself attracted to her but keeps his feelings secret out of respect for his wife. Jack Merrick, Jr., the playboy son of a wealthy client, elopes with Mary, but his disapproving father interferes and has the marriage annulled.
, 1h8 Directed byWilliam C. McGann OriginUSA GenresComedy, Romantic comedy, Romance ActorsFrank McHugh, Hugh Herbert, Mary Boland, Mischa Auer, Alan Mowbray, Carol Hughes Roles Mike Forrester Rating48% Ollie Radway (Mary Boland) is a daffy dowager who, with equally eccentric brother John (Hugh Herbert), runs a thriving newspaper. After firing the managing editor for failing to keep her niece Virginia (Carol Hughes) out of the newspaper business, she hands the job to David Partridge (Frank McHugh), a minor employee with a crush on the girl. In short order, Partridge is assigned to keep Virginia away from fortune-hunting editorial artist Dimitri Kyeff (Mischa Auer)