Movie Trailers - February 1946

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Popular trailers for movies released in February 1946

Total trailers found: 46

Terror by Night Trailer (1946)

01 February 1946

Holmes is hired by Roland Carstairs to prevent the theft of the Star of Rhodesia, an enormous diamond owned by Carstairs' mother, Lady Margaret.

Gilda Trailer (1946)

14 February 1946

Just arrived in Argentina, small-time crooked gambler Johnny Farrell is saved from a gunman by sinister Ballin Mundson, who later makes Johnny his right-hand man.

Baseball Bugs Trailer (1946)

02 February 1946

A baseball game is going on in New York City, at the Polo Grounds (although the rooftop facade is more suggestive of Yankee Stadium), between the visiting "Gas-House Gorillas" and the home team, the "Tea Totallers".

The Notorious Lone Wolf Trailer (1946)

14 February 1946

Ex-thief Lone Wolf (Gerald Mohr) and his valet (Eric Blore) don turbans to solve a museum jewel theft.

The Bandit Of Sherwood Forest Trailer (1946)

21 February 1946

Robin Hood's swashbuckling son (Cornel Wilde) comes to the rescue when England's boy-king is captured by the evil, power-hungry William of Pembroke (Henry Daniell).

The Diary of a Chambermaid Trailer (1946)

15 February 1946

Celestine, the chamber-maid, has a new job in the country, at the Lanlaires. She has decided to use her beauty to seduce a wealthy man, but Mr.

Tomorrow Is Forever Trailer (1946)

20 February 1946

A soldier, reported dead in the war, returns home 20 years later. Wounded and with a new face and identity, the crippled man discovers that he has a grown son and that his wife has remarried.

The Madonna's Secret Trailer (1946)

16 February 1946

This drama is an updated version of Ulmer's 1944 film Bluebeard. It is set in New York and follows the exploits of an eccentric Parisian painter who has come to New York to escape a controversy surrounding his work.

Crisis Trailer (1946)

25 February 1946

A small-town piano teacher is shocked by the arrival of her foster daughter's real mother, whose young lover soon follows and causes further disruption.

Little Giant Trailer (1946)

22 February 1946

Lou Costello plays a country bumpkin vacuum-cleaner salesman, working for the company run by the crooked Bud Abbott.

Up Goes Maisie Trailer (1946)

01 February 1946

Chorus girl Maisie (Ann Sothern) goes to work for a helicopter inventor (George Murphy) who faces hostile competition.

Sylvie et le fantôme Trailer (1946)

06 February 1946

Morning for the Osone Family Trailer (1946)

21 February 1946

A Japanese family weathers much hardship after their military uncle comes to live with them during WWII.

Interlude Trailer (1946)

11 February 1946

The Swedish doctor of literature Vilhelm Canitz arrive to Lugano in Italy for a few weeks stay at a medical clinic.

Revolution in Toyland Trailer (1946)

03 February 1946

A WWII stop motion short by Hermina Tyrvola.

Behind Green Lights Trailer (1946)

15 February 1946

An unscrupulous private investigator with a penchant for blackmail is found dead in a car and the leading suspect is Carole Landis, the daughter of a mayoral candidate.

I Ring Doorbells Trailer (1946)

28 February 1946

Set at a major newspaper, this crime drama centers on a fellow who returns to newspaper reporting after he bombs as a playwright.

Claudia and David Trailer (1946)

25 February 1946

The follow-up film to "Claudia", with Dorothy McGuire and Robert Young reprising their earlier roles as a young married couple living in a small Connecticut town.

The Shadow Returns Trailer (1946)

16 February 1946

The Shadow (Kane Richmond) cracks a case of missing jewels, murder and plastics.

Oktober-roser Trailer (1946)

27 February 1946

Crime of the Century Trailer (1946)

28 February 1946

Ex-convict Hank Rogers is searching for his brother Jim, a newspaperman, and becomes involved with a group of people trying to conceal the death of the president of a large corporation so they can profit financially.

The Flying Serpent Trailer (1946)

01 February 1946

A demented archaeologist discovers a living, breathing serpent creature known to the Aztecs as Quetzalcoatl and accidentally kills his wife by giving her one of the beast's feathers, causing the creature to track her down and slaughter her.

Breakfast in Hollywood Trailer (1946)

26 February 1946

The goings on of a few members of a radio show's audience is the premise for this feature film derived from the popular ABC radio show of the 1940's.

Smooth as Silk Trailer (1946)

01 February 1946

An attorney enraged over the prosecution of two innocent people goes on a killing spree.

The Battle of the Rails Trailer (1946)

27 February 1946

A 1946 war movie which tells the courageous efforts by French railway workers to sabotage Nazi reinforcement-troop trains.

Far betaler Trailer (1946)

25 February 1946

Riverboat Rhythm Trailer (1946)

16 February 1946

A financially-strapped showboat captain struggles to stay in business.

Cheese Burglar Trailer (1946)

21 February 1946

While cats and dogs are natural enemies, such is not the case in the house where Herman the mouse lives.

Frenzy Trailer (1946)

11 February 1946

A seance is held to discover the whereabouts, and the killer, of a sculptor's wife.

Six Gun Man Trailer (1946)

01 February 1946

Fortune Hunters Trailer (1946)

08 February 1946

Gandy Goose inherits a wealthy estate, which turns out to be haunted.

Tokyo Rose Trailer (1946)

08 February 1946

Lotus Long plays the title role, an American-educated Japanese woman broadcasting enemy propaganda to American troops.

Musical Moments from Chopin Trailer (1946)

24 February 1946

Woody Woodpecker and Andy Panda give a piano performance for an audience of barnyard animals.

Maid Trouble Trailer (1946)

02 February 1946

Leon Errol wants to retain his maid; complications ensue.

Brita i grosshandlarhuset Trailer (1946)

04 February 1946

Brita moves from the countryside and her parent's cabbage patch to work as a housemaid in Stockholm. The big city overwhelms her at first and she falls in love with a young man.

Holiday for Shoestrings Trailer (1946)

22 February 1946

To the tune of The Nutcracker, a number of elves do all the work in a shoe shop.

Hiss and Yell Trailer (1946)

14 February 1946

Vera thinks she's witnessed a man decapitating his wife. Actually, she's only seen magician Bluebeard the Great rehearsing his act.

A Descendant of Urashima Taro Trailer (1946)

28 February 1946

Reputedly based on Frank Capra’s 1939 film Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, A Descendant of Tarô Urashima is about a repatriated soldier who becomes populist politician in the Japanese Happiness Party.

Along the Rainbow Trail Trailer (1946)

15 February 1946

This 1946 entry in the "Movietone Adventures" series of shorts was in Technicolor when originally released.

The Storybook Review Trailer (1946)

03 February 1946

A compilation of 4 Mother Goose stories "photographed in three dimensional animation" and unified by a prologue and an epilogue with Mother Goose herself magically setting up a projector to show the films.

Forçats d'honneur Trailer (1946)

01 February 1946

A group of Belgian partisans are imprisoned by the Nazis in Buchenwald.

Ambush Trail Trailer (1946)

17 February 1946

A Bird In The Head Trailer (1946)

28 February 1946

The stooges are working as paperhangers in the home of Professor Panzer, a mad scientist looking for a brain to use in his experiments.

Försök inte med mej..! Trailer (1946)

02 February 1946

Björn Norell, a bookish assistant to an art dealer, is fired because of his inability to find the third of a trio of Buddha statues.

Houkutuslintu Trailer (1946)

28 February 1946

Marja is a prostitute who has to run away, when her pimp Jussi robs and kills one of her costumers. She finds a hiding place in a mansion on the country side.

Pepita Jimenez Trailer (1946)

22 February 1946

On March 22, four days after returning to his home in Andalusia, Luis de Vargas writes the first of his letters to his uncle and favorite professor at the seminary.