Welcome to the web’s finest repository of commentary and analysis of 1930s Cinema! That’s what I’d say if this was anything close to being a scholarly look at the unusual movies of this fascinating era.
But alas. You’re stuck with the usual: frame grabs and clips and “hey, it’s that guy” remarks, all intended to accomplish one simple thing: show you what I’ve been watching, and perhaps pick up a few ideas about the culture of the 30s. It wasn't all "Paper Moon" and bedraggled people in long lines, you know.