Best Drama Movies of 1931
In this sound-era silent film, a tramp falls in love with a beautiful blind flower seller.
Dr Henry Frankenstein is obsessed with assembling a living being from parts of several exhumed corpses.
The Public Enemy
Two young Chicago hoodlums, Tom Powers and Matt Doyle, rise up from their poverty-stricken slum life to become petty thieves, bootleggers and cold-blooded killers. But with street notoriety and newfound wealth, the duo feels the heat from the cops and rival gangsters both. Despite his ruthless criminal reputation, Tom tries to remain connected to his family, however, gang warfare and the need for revenge eventually pull him away.
A small-time hood shoots his way to the top, but how long can he stay there?
In World War I London, Myra is an American out-of-work chorus girl making ends meet by picking up men on Waterloo Bridge. During a Zeppelin air raid she meets Roy, a naive young American who enlisted in the Canadian army. After they fall for each other, Roy tricks Myra into visiting his family, who live in a country estate outside London, his mother having remarried to a retired British Major. Myra is reluctant to continue the relationship with Roy, he not aware of her past.
Marian is a factory worker determined to leave the assembly line behind and move up in the world.
The setting is a city block during a sweltering summer, where the residents serve as representatives of the not-very-idealized American melting pot. There is idle chitchat, gossip, jealousy, racism, adultery, and suddenly but not unexpectedly, a murder.
A broken-down alcoholic prizefighter struggles to keep custody of his adoring son.
Adventures of a cocky con man and his beautiful accomplice.
The Austrian Secret Service sends its most seductive agent to spy on the Russians.