In order to preserve the original titles, the alphabetical order includes the articles “the” and “a“.
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711 OCEAN DRIVE – Joseph M. Newman (1950)
ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN MARVEL – J.English, W.Witney (1941)
BROKEN ARROW – Delmer Daves (1950)
CALL NORTHSIDE 777 – Henry Hathaway (1948)
CHARLIE CHAN IN RIO – Harry Lachman (1941).
CRY OF THE WEREWOLF – Henry Levin (1944)
FORT YUMA – Lesley Selander (1955)
INVISIBLE GHOST – Joseph H. Lewis (1941)
JESSE JAMES – Henry King (1939)
KANSAS CITY CONFIDENTIAL – Phil Karlson (1952)
KING OF THE PECOS – Joseph Kane (1936)
KING OF THE ZOMBIES – Jean Yarbrough (1941)
REAP THE WILD WIND – Cecil B. DeMille (1941)
RUN FOR THE SUN – Roy Boulting (1956)
SHERLOCK HOLMES – A STUDY IN SCARLET – Edwin L. Marin (1933)
SHOCK – Alfred L. Werker (1946)
SLATTERY’S HURRICANE – André De Toth (1949)
SOULS AT SEA – Henry Hathaway (1937)
STAGECOACH – John Ford (1939)
THE BLACK DOLL – Otis Garrett (1938)
THE GARDEN OF ALLAH – Richard Boleslawski (1936)
THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES – Sidney Lanfield (1939)
THE HOUSE OF SECRETS – Roland D. Reed (1936)
THE LAWLESS NINETIES – Joseph Cane (1936)
THE LOST WORLD – Harry Hoyt (1925)
THE MAN WHO CHANGED HIS MIND – Robert Stevenson (1936)
THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME – I. Pichel, E.B. Schoedsack (1932)
THE NIGHT THE WORLD EXPLODED – Fred F. Sears (1957)
THE PHANTOM – Alan James (1931)
THE PRISONER OF SHARK ISLAND – John Ford (1936)
THE QUIET GUN – William F. Claxton (1957)
THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO – Henry King (1952)
THE VAMPIRE BAT – Frank R. Strayer (1933)
THUNDER BIRDS: SOLDIERS OF THE AIR – W.A. Wellman (1942)
WHITE WITCH DOCTOR – Henry Hathaway (1953)
ZORRO RIDES AGAIN – J.English, W. Witney (1937)

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