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Director: Charles Brabin
Starring: Clark Gable, Madge Evans, Ernest Torrence, Lew Cody, Marie Prevost
Plot: Rid Riddell (Gable) wins race horse Tommy Boy in a bet. At first he races the horse honestly, but then begins to race dirty, pulling him out of races to collect on the losses. When Tommy Boy loses a race he was supposed to win, Rid ends up in debt with some dangerous gangsters, so he transfers ownership of Tommy to his lady friend, Ruby (Evans).
Director: W.S. Van Dyke
Cast: Lionel Barrymore, Madge Evans, Kay Francis, C. Aubrey Smith, Polly Moran, Alan Mowbry
Plot: Richard Grant (Barrymore) is a successful lawyer who believes that his many years of dealing with crime has taught him how to commit the perfect murder. He’s working for shady cad Gordon Rich (Mowbry) who informs Grant before a dinner party that he intends to marry his daughter, Barbara (Evans). Grant seethes with anger and, after dinner, kills Rich. It’s almost the perfect crime, but Rich’s troubled mistress Marjorie (Francis), becomes suspicious of Grant.