|The Fighting Rookie|
|Directed by||Spencer Gordon Bennet|
|Screenplay by||George Morgan|
|Story by||Homer King Gordon|
|Produced by||Spencer Gordon Bennet|
Lester F. Scott Jr.
|Starring|| Jack La Rue |
|Cinematography||James S. Brown Jr.|
|Edited by||Fred Bain|
|Distributed by||Mayfair Pictures|
The Fighting Rookie is a 1934 American crime film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and written by George Morgan. The film stars Jack La Rue, Ada Ince, DeWitt Jennings, Matthew Betz, Arthur Belasco and Tom Brower. The film was released on May 15, 1934, by Mayfair Pictures.   
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The year 1943 in film featured various significant events for the film industry.
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Murder on a Honeymoon is an American 1935 mystery film starring Edna May Oliver and James Gleason. This was the third and last time Oliver portrayed astute schoolteacher Hildegarde Withers; the two previous films were The Penguin Pool Murder (1932) and Murder on the Blackboard (1934). The film was directed by Lloyd Corrigan from a screenplay by Seton I. Miller and Robert Benchley based on the 1933 novel The Puzzle of the Pepper Tree by Stuart Palmer. Palmer's novel, however, did not include Inspector Piper, and has Withers doing the investigating on her own.
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Within the Law is a 1923 American silent drama film directed by Frank Lloyd and starring Norma Talmadge. In 2009 the film was released on DVD along with Talmadge's 1926 film Kiki. Jane Cowl had starred in the original 1912 Broadway production of Bayard Veiller's play of the same name about a young woman who is sent to prison and comes out seeking revenge.
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