I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang
“I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang” is a gripping drama set in the aftermath of World War I. It follows a war veteran whose dreams of becoming an architect are shattered by the harsh realities of the economy. Things take a turn for the worse when he is wrongly convicted of a crime and forced to work on a chain gang. Starring Paul Muni and Glenda Farrell, this 1932 film sheds light on the struggles of a man fighting for justice and redemption.
Released in 1932, “Freaks” tells the captivating story of a stunning trapeze artist who agrees to marry the leader of a group of side-show performers. However, things take a twist when his deformed friends uncover her true intentions – marrying him solely for his inheritance. Starring Harry Earles, Olga Baclanova, and Daisy Earles, this movie offers a unique and intriguing glimpse into the world of circus performers during the early 20th century.
The Music Box
“The Music Box” is a hilarious comedy from 1932 that made it to the list of the 20 best voted movies of that year. It follows Laurel & Hardy, who work for a moving company and are tasked with delivering a player piano to Prof. von Schwarzenhoffen’s house. However, their job becomes a wild adventure as they face challenges from a sassy nursemaid, an impatient professor, and the relentless force of gravity that keeps pulling the piano back down the stairs. With a talented cast and a release date of April 16, 1932, this film is sure to keep you entertained with its slapstick humor and clever gags.
“Scarface” is a gripping crime drama set in 1920s Chicago, following the rise of Italian immigrant and ruthless gangster, Antonio “Tony” Camonte. Fueled by a desire to protect his sister from the criminal underworld, Tony stops at nothing to climb to the top of the mobs. Starring Paul Muni, Ann Dvorak, and Karen Morley, this intense film was released on April 9, 1932, and is considered one of the best movies of that year.
Trouble in Paradise
“Trouble in Paradise” is a captivating romantic comedy from 1932 that follows the story of Gaston Monescu, a thief, and Lily, a pickpocket, who are not only partners in crime but also deeply in love. When they both start working for a perfume company executive named Mariette Colet, they hatch a plan to rob her. However, things get complicated when Gaston falls head over heels for Mariette, forcing him to make a difficult choice between love and loyalty. Starring a talented cast including Miriam Hopkins, Kay Francis, and Herbert Marshall, this film is a delightful blend of romance, humor, and thrilling heists. Released on October 30, 1932, it is definitely one of the best movies of that year.
I Was Born, But…
“I Was Born, But…” is a delightful 1932 film directed by Ozu that revolves around two young brothers who find themselves leading a gang of neighborhood kids. This charming social satire beautifully captures the innocence and mischief of childhood, while also exploring the bittersweet realities of growing up. With a talented cast including Tatsuo Saitō, Tomio Aoki, and Mitsuko Yoshikawa, this movie is a must-watch for anyone seeking a heartwarming and thought-provoking cinematic experience.
“Vampyr” is a captivating 1932 movie that takes place in a countryside inn. A mysterious traveler becomes entangled in a web of supernatural occurrences and uncovers a haunting connection between the living and the dead. With a talented cast including Nicolas de Gunzburg and Rena Mandel, this unsettling mystery will keep you on the edge of your seat.
“Helpmates” is a hilarious comedy from 1932 starring the iconic duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. The movie follows Ollie, who wakes up to a messy house after a wild party and receives a telegram from his wife announcing her unexpected return. In a panic, Ollie enlists the help of his friend Stan to clean up, but things quickly spiral out of control, resulting in even more chaos and laughter. Released on January 23, 1932, this film is definitely a must-watch for fans of Laurel and Hardy’s comedic genius.
“Grand Hotel” is a captivating movie set in a luxurious Berlin hotel in 1932. With an all-star cast including Greta Garbo, John Barrymore, and Joan Crawford, the film takes us on a rollercoaster of emotions as the guests navigate their way through worry, scandal, and heartache. Released on May 25, 1932, this movie is a must-watch for anyone looking for a captivating and star-studded cinematic experience from the early 1930s.
The Most Dangerous Game
“The Most Dangerous Game” is a thrilling adventure film released in 1932. It follows the story of Bob Rainsford, a renowned hunter who becomes stranded on a mysterious island. There, he is taken in by the enigmatic Count Zaroff, who soon reveals his sadistic nature by forcing Rainsford and two other survivors to participate in a deadly game of survival. With a talented cast including Joel McCrea, Fay Wray, and Leslie Banks, this movie promises an intense and suspenseful experience that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
“Shanghai Express” is a captivating movie set in 1932 that follows the journey of a stunning temptress who finds herself caught between her past and a blossoming romance. Starring Marlene Dietrich, Clive Brook, and Anna May Wong, this tension-packed train ride promises a thrilling escape filled with love, intrigue, and unforgettable performances. Released on February 12, 1932, this film is a must-watch for fans of classic cinema.
Island of Lost Souls
“Island of Lost Souls” is a thrilling and chilling movie released in 1932. It follows an obsessed scientist who conducts bizarre experiments in evolution, ultimately proclaiming himself as a god-like figure to a group of mutated, half-human creatures. With a stellar cast including Charles Laughton, Bela Lugosi, and Leila Hyams, this film is a must-watch for fans of eerie and thought-provoking stories.
“County Hospital” is a hilarious comedy released on June 25, 1932. The movie revolves around Ollie, who finds himself in the hospital with a broken leg. When his friend Stan pays him a visit, their presence creates absolute mayhem and uproarious chaos ensues. With a star-studded cast including Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, and Billy Gilbert, this film is sure to keep you laughing from start to finish.
“Blonde Venus” is a captivating drama set in 1932, starring Marlene Dietrich, Herbert Marshall, and Cary Grant. The story follows a chemist named Ned Faraday who falls ill with Radium poisoning and desperately needs treatment in Germany. To raise the funds, his wife Helen, played by Dietrich, returns to her night club work and gains fame as the Blonde Venus. However, in a desperate attempt to gather enough money quickly, she finds herself entangled in a risky relationship with a millionaire. This emotional rollercoaster of a film explores sacrifice, love, and the lengths one would go to save a loved one.
“The Mummy” is a thrilling 1932 movie that takes us back to ancient Egypt. When an archaeologist accidentally awakens an ancient Egyptian priest named Imhotep, he embarks on a quest to find his lost love’s reincarnated soul. Starring Boris Karloff and Zita Johann, this captivating film will keep you on the edge of your seat with its mysterious storyline and talented cast.
“Horse Feathers” is a hilarious comedy released in 1932, starring the iconic Marx Brothers – Groucho, Harpo, Chico, and Zeppo. The movie follows the misadventures of Quincy Adams Wagstaff, the new president of Huxley U, as he recruits two bumbling characters, Baravelli and Pinky, to help his school win a crucial football game against their rival, Darwin U. With a talented cast and a release date of August 19, 1932, this film is sure to provide plenty of laughs and entertainment.
The Old Dark House
“The Old Dark House” is a thrilling 1932 movie set in a remote region of Wales. When five travelers seek refuge from a storm, they find themselves in the eerie home of the peculiar Femm family. With a cast including Boris Karloff, Melvyn Douglas, and Charles Laughton, this atmospheric film promises suspense, surprises, and a touch of horror as the group unravels the mysteries lurking within the foreboding old house.
Love Me Tonight
“Love Me Tonight” is a delightful romantic comedy set in 1930s Paris. It follows a clever tailor who pretends to be a baron to collect a debt, but unexpectedly finds himself falling head over heels for a distant princess. With a charming cast including Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette MacDonald, this 1932 gem is a must-watch for fans of classic love stories.
Tarzan the Ape Man
“Tarzan the Ape Man” is a thrilling adventure set in Africa during the 1930s. When James Parker and Harry Holt embark on a quest for ivory, they are joined by Parker’s daughter Jane. However, things take an unexpected turn when Jane is kidnapped by Tarzan and his ape companions. As the story unfolds, Jane’s perspective on her captor begins to change, leading to a captivating tale of love and self-discovery. Starring Johnny Weissmüller and Maureen O’Sullivan, this classic film was released on April 2, 1932, and is one of the best-voted movies of that year.
A Farewell to Arms
“A Farewell to Arms” is a captivating World War I love story set in Italy. It follows the passionate romance between American ambulance driver Lt. Frederic Henry and British nurse Catherine Barkley. As the war unfolds, their love is tested by separation and the difficult choices they must make. Starring Helen Hayes and Gary Cooper, this heartfelt film was released on December 8, 1932, and is definitely worth watching for its powerful portrayal of love amidst the chaos of war.
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