"The Honeymoon Killers" (1969) Directed by Leonard Kastle, with Tony Lo Bianco and Shirley Stoler. This story of a couple of con artists/serial killers in love. This story ends up in Grand Rapids and Wyoming, Michigan, and is one of the best films of its kind ever made.
"Hollywood Hotel" (1937) Directed by Busby Berkeley, with Dick Powell and Rosemary Lane. Not much story in this film but lots of music supplied by Benny Goodman, Frances Langford and Harry James and comedy supplied by Ted Healy, Porky Pig and Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy
"The Saga of Windwagon Smith" (1961) Directed by Charles A. Nichols, with the voices of Rex Allen and the Sons of the Pioneers. A cartoon about a man who tries to invent a vehicle that will use wind power to take him across the country as a sailing ship takes people across the ocean.
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