GIRLS' DORMITORY (1936):
Set in the fictional Montreaux School for Girls in Switzerland, the main focus of the film is Dr. Stephen Dominick, the school's popular director, who is secretly admired by teacher Professor Anna Mathe and 19-year-old French student Marie Claudel. At a state fair, the girls draw lots to see who gets to ask Dr. Dominick for a dance. Marie wins and nervously asks Dr. Dominick. Because he thinks it is inappropriate to dance with a student, he refuses, causing Marie to burst out in tears and run away. Thereby, she is late for the bus, returning to the boarding school. A week later, Professor Augusta Wimmer, a strict, unlikable woman, goes through the personal belongings of her students and finds a discarded love letter. Dr. Dominick and Professor Mathe are assigned to find out who wrote the letter, and conclude Marie is responsible due to the handwriting.
DVD-R is in English with switchable English, French, and Spanish subtitles. Approx. 66 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!
MY MARRIAGE (1936):
When a gangster's bullets put an end to the career of H.J. Barton, an underworld gambling czar who masquerades as a respectable member of high society, his daughter Carol is left to bear the brunt of the social stigma. Barney Dolan, a policeman friend of Barton, pledges to aid Carol in finding the killers of her father. She attempts to run away from the publicity, but is brought back by her fiancée, John DeWitt Tyler III, an aristocratic young society man.
DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 68 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!