Movie Trailers - February 1941

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Popular trailers for movies released in February 1941

Total trailers found: 58

The Lady Eve Trailer (1941)

25 February 1941

Returning from a year up the Amazon studying snakes, the rich but unsophisticated Charles Pike meets con-artist Jean Harrington on a ship.

Tobacco Road Trailer (1941)

20 February 1941

Shiftless Jeeter Lester and his family of hillbilly stereotypes live in a rural backwater where their ancestors were once wealthy planters.

Western Union Trailer (1941)

21 February 1941

When Edward Creighton leads the construction of the Western Union to unite East with West, he hires a Western reformed outlaw and a tenderfoot Eastern surveyor.

The Strawberry Blonde Trailer (1941)

22 February 1941

Biff Grimes is desperately in love with Virginia, but his best friend Hugo marries her and manipulates Biff into becoming involved in his somewhat nefarious businesses.

The Little Whirlwind Trailer (1941)

14 February 1941

Mickey wants some of the cake Minnie has just baked, so he offers to clean up her yard. As he's working, a tiny tornado (smaller than him) with a mind of its own comes along and causes trouble.

The Mad Doctor Trailer (1941)

14 February 1941

Basil Rathbone is the batty physician of the title, a sophisticated gentleman who woos and weds several of his wealthy women patients.

Forbidden Passage Trailer (1941)

08 February 1941

This entry in MGM's series of shorts, "Crime Doesn't Pay", features the U.S. Department of Immigration's efforts to halt the smuggling of illegal aliens into the country.

The Great Mr. Nobody Trailer (1941)

15 February 1941

A publicity man promotes his newspaper, but finds his boss always steals the credit.

Along the Rio Grande Trailer (1941)

07 February 1941

A trio of cowboys infiltrate a cattle rustler's gang to seek vengeance for one of their fathers' murder.

The Devil Commands Trailer (1941)

03 February 1941

A scientist kills innocent victims in his efforts to communicate with his late wife.

Blondie Goes Latin Trailer (1941)

27 February 1941

The 8th film in the Blondie series - Blondie Goes Latin. Mr. Dithers invites the Bumstead's on a South American cruise.

Wings of Victory Trailer (1941)

01 February 1941

The film is based on the biography of Valeri Chkalov (1904 - 1938), a Russian pilot, who set several long distance flight records.

Road Show Trailer (1941)

18 February 1941

Rich playboy Drogo Gaines is in imminent danger of marrying a gold digger, and escapes by feigning insanity.

Meet Boston Blackie Trailer (1941)

20 February 1941

When a murder occurs on an ocean liner docked in New York, the trail leads to Coney Island and a spy ring.

Murder Among Friends Trailer (1941)

28 February 1941

A society doctor (John Hubbard) helps an insurance-company file clerk (Marjorie Weaver) check deaths related to a big policy.

Ride, Kelly, Ride Trailer (1941)

07 February 1941

Jockey (Stephens) struggles against gamblers with the help of stable trainer (Pallette) and horse onwer's daughter (Quigley).

The Kid's Last Ride Trailer (1941)

10 February 1941

The fifth film in the 24-film Range Busters series finds "Crash", "Dusty" and Alibi, on their way to Gopher City to become the town's peace officers.

Andy Hardy's Private Secretary Trailer (1941)

21 February 1941

Andy's gone and done it this time. All set to graduate from high school and he flunks his English exam -- in spite of the fact that Aunt Milly is his teacher, and that the Judge has gone to all the trouble of getting him his very own private secretary (Kathryn Grayson in her screen debut).

The Trial of Mary Dugan Trailer (1941)

14 February 1941

Mary Dugan is a young woman accused of murdering her billionaire lover. In the process, his defense d

Red Men on Parade Trailer (1941)

01 February 1941

This Traveltalk entry visits a large intertribal meeting of American Indians from all over the western United States.

Freedom Radio Trailer (1941)

04 February 1941

Hitler's doctor is gradually realising that the Nazi regime isn't as good as it pretends to be when his friends start to "disappear" into the camps.

Fishing Made Easy Trailer (1941)

21 February 1941

Sourpuss is frustrated fishing on a pier, as the fish are too smart for him. Oscar shows up with a book about fishing and makes it look easy-for a while.

Prairie Pioneers Trailer (1941)

16 February 1941

It is 1853 and settlers are pouring into California which means trouble for the old Spanish landowners.

The Haunted Mouse Trailer (1941)

14 February 1941

A starving cat wandering in the wilderness sees a sign that says, "Ma's Place/Home Cooking/3 Miles." The cat speeds into town, without noticing the sign that says, "Ghost Town / Population 100 Ghosts.

Father's Son Trailer (1941)

12 February 1941

A young boy seeks love and understanding from his cold, demanding father.

Back Street Trailer (1941)

07 February 1941

Previously filmed in 1932, and remade a third time in 1961, this second film version of Fannie Hurst's novel stars Margaret Sullavan as a fashion designer in love with a married banker (Charles Boyer).

So Long Mr. Chumps Trailer (1941)

07 February 1941

The stooges are street cleaners who find some valuable bonds and return them to their owner. The man is so grateful that he offers them a big reward if they can find an honest man with executive ability.

The Forgotten Village Trailer (1941)

07 February 1941

Documentary examining the conflicts between the coming of modernization and the traditional culture of a small Mexican village.

Nice Girl? Trailer (1941)

21 February 1941

A young girl finds herself attracted to one of her father's business partners.

Free and Easy Trailer (1941)

28 February 1941

This brief (56-minute) MGM B-picture was adapted from Ivor Novello's play The Truth Game. Max and Florian Clemington (Robert Cummings and Nigel Bruce), pretend to be members of the landed gentry.

So Ends Our Night Trailer (1941)

27 February 1941

The Nazis are clearly the villains in So Ends Our Night, but since the film was made before America's entry into World War II, Adolph Hitler goes unmentioned (we wouldn't want to lose those foreign markets, would we?) Based on Erich Maria Remarque's novel Flotsam, the film zeroes in on three German refugees.

Niels Pind og hans dreng Trailer (1941)

03 February 1941

Det lille lokaltog kommer møjsommeligt tøffende ind på Torslev station. Stationsforstanderen står iført tøfler på perronen og venter på toget.

The Great Train Robbery Trailer (1941)

28 February 1941

Tom Logan is a railroad detective who takes it upon himself to halt the activities of his crooked brother Duke.

Sniffles Bells the Cat Trailer (1941)

01 February 1941

Sniffles the mouse's friends talk him into putting a bell around the neck of the troublesome house cat.

The Crackpot Quail Trailer (1941)

14 February 1941

A dog chases a quail through the forest; the quail keeps outsmarting the dog (and keeps referring to the dog as "doc").

Flight From Destiny Trailer (1941)

08 February 1941

A dying professor (Thomas Mitchell) decides, as a favor to society, to kill a woman wrecking his friends' (Geraldine Fitzgerald, Jeffrey Lynn) marriage.

Across the Sierras Trailer (1941)

13 February 1941

Elliott is hunted by Curtis who has spent six years behind bars because of his testimony. After knocking out several baddies and putting up with the zany antics of his sidekick Taylor, Elliott guns down his antagonist, but Luana Walters, the girl he almost marries, will not abide a gunslinger so Elliott is compelled to ride off alone into the sunset once more.

Ridin' the Cherokee Trail Trailer (1941)

25 February 1941

Singing cowboy Tex Ritter and his sidekick, Slim Andrews, star in this musical Western about a couple of Texas Rangers who defend the citizens of a small territory from power-hungry outlaws.

Life Goes On Trailer (1941)

28 February 1941

The Swedish officer Mikael Bourg has served with the French army in Africa. When he returns to Sweden after many years abroad to recover from malaria, he meets his son, a student who prefers partying with his frat friends instead of his bank job; a disappointment in his father's eyes.

Quiet! Pleeze Trailer (1941)

06 February 1941

Poopdeck Pappy has a hangover (though he won't admit to Popeye that's the problem). He asks Popeye to help him by keeping the noise down.

Fair Today Trailer (1941)

24 February 1941

Cartune cartoon set in a country fair.

Blonde Inspiration Trailer (1941)

07 February 1941

A writer (John Shelton) of pulp Westerns cranks out more words than his editor and publisher (Albert Dekker) want to pay for.

Cheers For Miss Bishop Trailer (1941)

21 February 1941

Ella Bishop is an inhibited girl whose frustrations grow as she approaches womanhood. As a women, her ambitions to teach cause her to lose her only opportunity for true love.

Vedavathi Trailer (1941)

21 February 1941

So gefällst Du mir Trailer (1941)

27 February 1941

There’s excitement in St. Johann, when the lawyer and notary Dr. Junhnickel from Vienna arrives and brings an offer from a mysterious Brazillian: On the cover of a magazine is a young girl, obviously from the country, and in the background is the village landscape of St.

Sikandar Trailer (1941)

19 February 1941

The film begins after Alexander the Great (Sikander in Hindi/Urdu) conquers Persia and the Kabul valley and approaches the Indian border at Jhelum.

Hochzeitsnacht Trailer (1941)

14 February 1941

Abdul the Bulbul Ameer Trailer (1941)

21 February 1941

The familiar song is adapted into a cartoon short. Abdul The Bulbul-Ameer, a rotund Arab, gets into a brawl with Ivan Skavinski Scavar, a preening Russian Cossack, over an offense to Abdul's pride.

Meet the Chump Trailer (1941)

14 February 1941

A comedy about a man who tries to avoid giving up the $10,000,000 trust he's been administering so well that there's hardly any money left.

The Monster and The Girl Trailer (1941)

28 February 1941

After a young woman is coerced into prostitution and her brother framed for murder by an organized crime syndicate, retribution in the form of an ape visits the mobsters.

The Lone Rider Crosses the Rio Trailer (1941)

28 February 1941

Tom Cameron (George Houston), aka the Lone Rider, and his faithful sidekick, Fuzzy Jones (Al St. John), flee across the Rio Grande to avoid assassination by crooked lawman Deputy Hatfield, only to have the Mexican cops accuse Cameron of being the notorious bandit El Puma.

So You Won't Squawk Trailer (1941)

21 February 1941

Mobster Louie the Wolf sends an unsuspecting handyman (Keaton) to gather up the collection money owed him, hoping the sap will get rubbed out by Slugger McGraw, a rival gangster.

Night in December Trailer (1941)

27 February 1941

In 1919, Pierre Darmont, a handsome, much-loved piano virtuoso, falls in love with Anne Morris, a young woman who shares his tender feelings.

Kampfgeschwader Lützow Trailer (1941)

28 February 1941

L'enfer des anges Trailer (1941)

13 February 1941

Montgomery, Alabama Trailer (1941)

27 February 1941

A soldier on a weekend pass, with Kodachrome in his camera, takes a leisurely walk on both sides of the tracks.

Baby Kangaroo's Birthday Surprise Trailer (1941)

26 February 1941

Unique; one of the only Japanese cartoons that fully employs the physics of US animation (squash & stretch, follow-thru, weight variation, distortion).

El Zorro de Jalisco Trailer (1941)

07 February 1941

Isabel, the daughter of Don Antonio; a rich land owner in Tepestates, Jalisco returns to her town after five years away, to visit her father.