I don’t dislike The Lone Wolf Spy Hunt (1939), but it’s by no means a favorite. In fact, I’d just about prefer any of the other Warren William as Lone Wolf entries over Spy Hunt, which seems a bit odd since Columbia was supposed to have had put more into this, William’s debut effort as […]
A look at the character of Kurt Anderson of Employees’ Entrance, one of the defining pre-code roles of the Warren William legacy.
A detailed look at MGM’s 1932 Skyscraper Souls starring Warren William as David Dwight. Comparing it to the source material, 1931’s Skyscraper by Faith Baldwin.
A 1937 issue of The Family Circle features Warren William on the cover promoting Midnight Madonna. The best I can tell the film hasn’t aired on TV since 1973.
A review of Times Square Playboy (1936), which pits the Main Street ideals of Pig Head Bancroft (Gene Lockhart) against the Wall Street lifestyle of his old friend Vic Arnold (Warren William). Based on the George M. Cohan play The Home Towners.