NIGHT PLANE FROM CHUNGKING (1943):
In 1942, during the Japanese invasion of China, Albert Pasavy, draws attention from Japanese bombers overhead to a bus travelling to India along a muddy road. The Japanese bomb the road, hitting a munitions truck carrying Chinese troops. The Chinese officer in charge demands his wounded be put on the bus and brought to a secret airfield. Among the stranded passengers met by pilot Nick Stanton are a beautiful Red Cross nurse, Ann Richards, and her traveling companion, Madame Wu, who is on a secret diplomatic mission. There is also Countess Olga Karagin, who is caught spying. Nick and his co-pilot, Captain Po, are ordered to fly the remainder of the passengers out to safety in India, but the transport aircraft is intercepted by Japanese fighter aircraft.
DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 69 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!
THE WEST SIDE KID (1943):
Although publishing a newspaper has made him a success, Sam Winston is so unhappy in his home life that when he meets Johnny April, a criminal just out of jail, he asks Johnny to kill him and offers $25,000. Sam tells a confused Johnny that he doesn't have the nerve to commit suicide, so he will pay Johnny to do the job. Taking a few days to get to know his victim, Johnny discovers the reasons for Sam's unhappiness. His spoiled daughter Gloria is trifling with a stockbroker boyfriend's affections. His son Jerry is a jobless drunkard. His wife is cold to Sam and is having a fling with his doctor.
DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 57 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!