Movie Trailers - January 1939

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Popular trailers for movies released in January 1939

Total trailers found: 191

Idiot's Delight Trailer (1939)

27 January 1939

A group of disparate travelers are caught are thrown together in a posh Alpine hotel when the borders are closed at the start of WWII.

Son of Frankenstein Trailer (1939)

13 January 1939

Wolf Frankenstein, son of Henry Frankenstein, returns with his wife, to his fathers estate to claim his inheritance.

Gunga Din Trailer (1939)

24 January 1939

Based loosely on the poem by Rudyard Kipling, this takes place in British India during the Thuggee uprising.

Jesse James Trailer (1939)

14 January 1939

After railroad agents forcibly evict the James family from their family farm, Jesse and Frank turn to banditry for revenge.

Another Thin Man Trailer (1939)

01 January 1939

An explosives manufacturer suspects a young man is out to kill him. He calls in Nick and Nora (with new baby) to sort things out.

The Women Trailer (1939)

01 January 1939

Wealthy Mary Haines is unaware her husband is having an affair with shopgirl Crystal Allen. Sylvia Fowler and Edith Potter discover this from a manicurist and arrange for Mary to hear the gossip.

Pacific Liner Trailer (1939)

06 January 1939

An outbreak of cholera threatens a luxury liner in this surprisingly low-budget melodrama from RKO. En route from Shanghai to San Francisco, chief engineer Crusher McKay (Victor McLaglen) and shipboard doctor Tony Craig (Chester Morris) become rivals for the attention of nurse Ann Grayson (Wendy Barrie).

King of the Underworld Trailer (1939)

14 January 1939

Niles and Carol Niles are married doctors who save one of ganglord Gurney's men. Gurney exploits them, then kills Niles leaving Carol to take the fall.

Peace on Earth Trailer (1939)

01 January 1939

Two baby squirrels ask grandpa to explain what "men" are when he comes in singing "peace on earth, goodwill to men".

Mr. Moto's Last Warning Trailer (1939)

20 January 1939

A Japanese man claiming to be Mr. Moto, of the International Police, is abducted and murdered soon after disembarking from a ship at Port Said in Egypt.

Spain Trailer (1939)

02 January 1939

A feature-length documentary based on film reports from the Spanish civil war.

Arrest Bulldog Drummond Trailer (1939)

11 January 1939

The invention of a machine that can cause remote explosions brings the attention of Scotland Yard and Bulldog Drummond.

Boy Trouble Trailer (1939)

27 January 1939

A fussy shopkeeper's life drastically changes when his wife takes in two homeless boys.

Bir Kavuk Devrildi Trailer (1939)

31 January 1939

Wanted: No Master Trailer (1939)

09 January 1939

Count Screwloose and J.R. the Wonder Dog share a house. Screwloose hogs all the pancakes at breakfast, so to get even, the dog pastes a picture of a pretty woman over the hag advertising for a husband.

They Made Me a Criminal Trailer (1939)

28 January 1939

A boxer flees, believing he has committed a murder while he was drunk.

Girls in Distress Trailer (1939)

10 January 1939

Jeune Filles en Detresse (Young Girls in Distress) was director G. W. Pabst's last French production before his (ill-timed) return to Nazi-occupied Austria in 1941.

Un'avventura di Salvator Rosa Trailer (1939)

02 January 1939

Everything unfolds in Naples seventeenth century, when a mysterious masked swordsman who calls Salvador Rossa becomes champion of the needy and lonely struggle against the cruel tyrant that frightens the country.

Arizona Legion Trailer (1939)

20 January 1939

A federal agent infiltrates an outlaw band that's taken over a western town.

Stolen Life Trailer (1939)

18 January 1939

Adapted from the best-selling novel by K. J. Benes, A Stolen Life serves as a tour de force for German actress Elizabeth Bergner, whose husband Paul Czinner directed the film.

Stand Up and Fight Trailer (1939)

06 January 1939

A southern aristocrat clashes with a driver transporting stolen slaves to freedom.

The Great Man Votes Trailer (1939)

13 January 1939

In 1923, Gregory Vance, a widower with two children, is a former scholar who has turned from book-to-bottle.

The Lone Wolf Spy Hunt Trailer (1939)

27 January 1939

Spies force former jewel thief Michael Lanyard (Warren William) to steal defense secrets in Washington.

Four Girls in White Trailer (1939)

27 January 1939

Four Girls in White is a 1939 Drama directed by S. Sylvan Simon, starring Florence Rice and Una Merkel.

Journey into the Depth of the Student's Soul Trailer (1939)

01 January 1939

Small stories from a grammar school.Děj je poskládán z celé řady epizod, které během jednoho školního roku prožívají septimáni.

The Phantom Creeps Trailer (1939)

07 January 1939

A mad scientist attempts to rule the world by creating various elaborate inventions.

Juntos Pero No Revueltos Trailer (1939)

06 January 1939

Ensemble-comedy set in a lower-middle-class apartment complex.

Devil's Island Trailer (1939)

07 January 1939

A French doctor (Boris Karloff) sentenced for treason performs brain surgery on the prison commandant's (James Stephenson) daughter.

Walt Disney's Standard Parade for 1939 Trailer (1939)

01 January 1939

Disney promotional film for Standard Oil featuring Mickey and Friends in a Parade. There was a tie in for a comic insert in papers called Travel Tykes.

The Mysterious Miss X Trailer (1939)

10 January 1939

After being mistaken for Scotland Yard detectives, two vaudevillians (Michael Whalen, Chick Chandler) try to solve a murder in a Midwestern town.

Convict's Code Trailer (1939)

18 January 1939

On parole after three years in prison, a football player (Robert Kent) encounters the man (Sidney Blackmer) who framed him.

Midnight Shadow Trailer (1939)

01 January 1939

A confidence man pretending to be a mentalist swindles a family.

Humoreska Trailer (1939)

10 January 1939

Venice Film Festival 1939

Burn 'Em Up O'Connor Trailer (1939)

13 January 1939

An auto mechanic suspects sabotage in a recent series of fatal racecar accidents.

Honor of the West Trailer (1939)

13 January 1939

La marquesona Trailer (1939)

01 January 1939

"Marquesona" is the central figure of a flamenco picture made by a group of artists who go from town to town with their art.

Das unsterbliche Herz Trailer (1939)

31 January 1939

Nuremberg durting the time of Albrecht Durer and the famous geographer Martin Behaim: the locksmith Peter Henlein is looking for a way to make bullets more accurate by designing a new form.

Petunia Natural Park Trailer (1939)

03 January 1939

As a narrator describes the scene, we watch the whole Katzenjammer clan camping in the park of the title, a composite of several national parks in the western USA.

Monsieur le maire Trailer (1939)

01 January 1939

Lying Lips Trailer (1939)

02 January 1939

A nightclub singer refuses to "date" customers, so she's framed for the murder of her aunt.

Small Hotel Trailer (1939)

10 January 1939

Piccolo Hotel (aka Small Hotel) uses the titular establishment to weave together a vast tapestry of subplots, a la Grand Hotel.

Flying G-Men Trailer (1939)

28 January 1939

Four flying G-Men protect America against enemy spies; one of the four assumes the identity of The Black Falcon, to befuddle the saboteurs even further.

Lachine Trailer (1939)

02 January 1939

Directed by Fritz Kramp.

The Property of the Absent Trailer (1939)

01 January 1939

A young lady is employed by a millionaire. She is kidnapped instead of the rich woman by a gang, on behalf of people who were interested in the rich woman's disappearance.

Birthright Trailer (1939)

01 January 1939

A black Harvard graduate confronts racism.

Seal Skinners Trailer (1939)

27 January 1939

A trained seal has escaped from the Jingling Brothers circus; there's a $100,000 reward. Both the Captain and John Silver hear this news, as does the seal.

Paris Honeymoon Trailer (1939)

27 January 1939

A Texas millionaire travels to Europe to meet his girlfriend, a European countess. He stops in a rustic mountain village and meets a beautiful peasant girl.

Homicide Bureau Trailer (1939)

05 January 1939

After being criticized by the Citizens' League for his inability to cope with a crime wave, Police Captain Haines orders his men in the Homicide Bureau to clean up all their cases, but without violating the constitutional rights of any suspect.

Three Little Sew And Sews Trailer (1939)

06 January 1939

The stooges are sailors working in a ships' tailor shop. When they can't get passes to go ashore, they steal officers uniforms and go to a party with Curly passing himself off as Admiral Taylor and Moe and Larry as his aides.

The Lone Stranger and Porky Trailer (1939)

06 January 1939

The Lone Stranger is sleeping when his faithful, if overly caricatured, Indian scout sees stagecoach driver Porky being robbed by a bad guy.

The Outsider Trailer (1939)

30 January 1939

A controversial osteopath sets out to cure the daughter of a famous surgeon - and falls in love with her in the process.

The Oppenheim Family Trailer (1939)

02 January 1939

Directed by Grigori Roshal.

Frontiers of '49 Trailer (1939)

19 January 1939

In California in 1848, Brunton through his stooge Sheriff is evicting the Mexicans from their ranches.

Trigger Pals Trailer (1939)

13 January 1939

Kent wants the Allen ranch. So he has Steve and his men rustle their cattle using Pete as an informant.

Men Without Honour Trailer (1939)

09 January 1939

A lawyer, who has been accused of being dishonest, works with the police to expose two share pushers who have employed him, saving the investors from ruin.

Mud and Soldiers Trailer (1939)

01 January 1939

A group of Japanese soldiers land in Chinese territory. They advance on a village ; one soldier, Norimoto, is killed in the attack, but the village is captured.

The Obedient Flame Trailer (1939)

01 January 1939

Advertising cartoon showing advantages of using gas supply and gas cookers.

Artie Shaw's Class in Swing Trailer (1939)

09 January 1939

This film is less a typical musical short and more like an educational film. It consists of a narrator describing the music, composition and style of a big band.

Lend Me Three Pounds Trailer (1939)

02 January 1939

Handba' at Kirkwall, Orkney Trailer (1939)

02 January 1939

Scenes from the Handba' festival on New Year's Day in Kirkwall. Winner of the Scottish Prize, The Andrew Buchanan Cup at Scottish Amateur Film Festival, 1940.