Nancy Drew Reporter(Warner Bros.) (1939)

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WHAT A REPORT CARD.. America’s favorite sleuth is back on the job...and in trouble! ADVERTISING ~ss._ SHE’S LOOKING FOR TROUBLE... = “t>.._ AND, BOY, lon) Nancy Drew, the demon detective, turns reporter and finds the most exciting adventure any girl ever had! =~ IS SHE GONNA FIND IT! BONITA GRANVILLE John Litel Frank Thomas, Jr. Mary Lee Directed by WILLIAM CLEMENS Presented by WARNER BROS. Original Screen Play by Kenneth Gamet + Based on the Nancy Drew Stories by Carolyn Keene A First National Picture Vitegraph, Inc. Mat 109 4!/. inches (64 lines) — 15¢ NANCY’S BACK IN TROUBLE AGAIN! BONITA GRANVILLE John Litel ¢ Frank Thomas, Jr.» Mary Lee Directed by WILLIAM CLEMENS Original Screen Play by Kenneth Gamet Based on the Nancy Drew Stories by Carolyn Keene-A First National Picture Presented by WARNER BROS. Vitegraph, Inc. Mat 110 3 inches (42 lines) — 15c Official Billing WARNER BROS. 40%, Pictures, Inc. Presents 5% "NANCY DREW — REPORTER", with BONITA GRANVILLE 60% John Litel — Frank Thomas, Jr. — Mary Lee 30% Directed by William Clemens 15% Original Screen Play by Kenneth Gamet 3% Based on the Nancy Drew Stories by Carolyn Keene 2% A First National Picture 3%, VITAPHOn: TRAILER Directed by WILLIAM CLEMENS Original Screen Play by Kenneth Gamet Based on the Nancy Drew Stories by Carolyn Keene A First National Picture Presented by WARNER BROS. BONITA GRANVILLE JOHN LITEL FRANK THOMAS, Jr. MARY LEE Vitegraph, Inc. Mat 208 — 4!/, inches x 2 cols. (124 lines) — 30c IF IT’S MURDER SHE'LL SOLVE. IT RIGHT... IF IT’S HOMICIDE SHE'LL SPELL IT... WRONG! Little Miss Mischief is ; back again / +. Draver / and funnier / than ever! | INN BONITA GRANVILLE JOHN LITEL FRANK THOMAS, Jr. @ MARY LEE-Directed by WILLIAM CLEMENS % (p Presented by WARNER BROS. AAA = = = = _ = 4 — = = = > =] = taal = I mS = m Original Screen Play by Kenneth Gamet + Based on the Nancy Drew Stories by Carolyn KeeneA First Nat’! Pict. Vitegraph, Inc. Mat 106 4 inches (57 lines) — 15c Vitaphone Shorts NATURAL COLOR — blends richly with many striking shots of ‘Nature's Mimics,’ animals and birds possessed with the ability to imitate their fellow creatures. 4604 — The Color Parade — 10 mins. SKI GIRL — measures up to the standard set by the prize winning SKI FLIGHT. Gorgeous scenic views combined with expert skiing manouevers by champion girl skiers. 4905 — Vitaphone Varieties — 10 mins. PORKY CARTOON — "It's An Ill Wind" when Porky takes refuge from a storm in an abandoned house and imagines that spooks and ghosts are on his trail. Plenty of excitement, 4807 — Looney Tunes — 7 mins. JERRY LIVINGSTON AND ORCHESTRA —<a real torrid jammin’ outfit just the dish for jitterbugs. They beat it out in a solid manner that rocks the roof. 4709 — Melody Masters — 10 mins. MERRIE MELODIES CARTOON —with Elmer winning the first prize in 'Ham-Ateur Night.’ This one is as funny as the most uproarious amateur contest you've ever seen. ‘Nuff said. 4510 —10 mins. ‘SMALL TOWN IDOL'— featuring Ben Turpin, Phyllis Haver, Ramon Navarro and the Mack Sennett Bathing Beauties in an old time slapstick comedy. 4019 — Broadway Brevities — 20 mins.