Warren William plays the Lone Wolf for the 8th time in One Dangerous Night (1943), and entry highlighted by Eric Blore’s antics and the debut of Ann Savage.
Dickens hauls Lanyard off to the Inspector but this time Crane wants the Lone Wolf’s help. Warren William stars for a 6th time in this Lone Wolf entry directed by Edward Dmytryk.
In Warren William’s fifth go as Michael Lanyard in The Lone Wolf Takes a Chance, he bets the Inspector and Dickens that he can stay out of trouble for 24 hours.
Warren William is The Lone Wolf for the third time in The Lone Wolf Meets a Lady. Includes a brief biography of co-star Jean Muir. Plus plenty of Eric Blore wit.
I really can’t figure out how these specific titles were selected, but I’m not going to complain about the opportunity for us to get our hands on a little more Warren William. New to the Warner Archives collection of Made to Order DVD’s are Counter-Espionage (1942) and Passport to Suez (1943), two of Warren William’s […]