Most Popular Tommy Bond Trailers
Total trailers found: 39
18 July 1936
I Love to Singa depicts the story of a young owl who wants to sing jazz, instead of the classical music that his German parents wish him to perform.
31 May 1945
Stephanie and Terry are identical twins who have been raised separately since their parents divorced seven years earlier.
09 October 1936
When an heiress sues a newspaper, the editor hires a reporter to compromise her.
28 September 1934
Rich boy Waldo gets his clothes dirty playing football with the gang just before he has to go to his mother's society party.
15 April 1938
A 1938 1-reeler from Hal Roach's "Our Gang" series (better known as "The Little Rascals"). "Came the Brawn" features the most famous cast members: Spanky, Alfalfa, Darla, Porky and Buckwheat.
15 July 1948
Superman comes to Earth as a child and grows up to be his home's first superhero with his first major challenge being to oppose The Spider Lady.
07 May 1943
In a Nazi-occupied French town, meek and mild-mannered teacher Albert Lory lives with his mother. Few people, including his students, have any respect for him and he literally shakes in his boots during an air raid.
24 December 1937
West Point cadet Dick Thorpe falls in love with a girl, who turns out to be a princess from an European kingdom.
01 July 1938
When her mother dies, wheel-chair bound Winnie Brady is taken in by shopkeeper and neighbor "Uncle" Joe Carmine.
05 February 1937
n Vienna, a new jazz club featuring American trumpeter Buzzy Bellew threatens the existence of its neighbor, the Waltz Palace, run by Franz Strauss and featuring his granddaughter, singer Elsa.
20 July 1950
Serial - sequel to Superman (1948); Superman faces off against Lex Luthor.
27 May 1948
A crusading editor and his star reporter aid underprivileged youths and crack down on racketeers out to fix basketball.
10 October 1940
A child from the New York tenements sings on a radio quiz show and is eventually hired to a big-bucks contract, which allows her and her family to move into a posh apartment, with all the usual problems that accompany sudden wealth.
30 June 1940
When her doctor advises her to move West because of her health, Mrs. Pepper takes her five kids and relocates to Oregon to live with her sister.
08 February 1940
The second entry in the four "Five Little Peppers" films finds the family struggling to keep their copper mine when their elderly business partner becomes ill.
10 September 1937
Crooner Alfalfa, enters an amateur contest at a local radio station. Butch tries to intimidate Spanky into withdrawing Alfalfa from the competition.
27 May 1933
When Cap's back pension finally comes in, he treats the gang to a day at an amusement park.
12 January 1984
A behind the scenes look at Hal Roach's Our Gang comedies, complete with interviews from several former cast and crew members of the series.
29 May 1941
A troubled youth is offered the opportunity to serve as a Senate page in Washington, DC.
28 October 1933
An Our Gang Comedy. Spanky's parents take their reluctant boy to get his portrait taken by a prissy photographer.
27 August 1938
Three boys compete to be Mayor for the Day
13 August 1937
A poor family receives unwanted houseguests when they're visited by gangsters looking for a place to hide out.
15 June 1944
Matt Braddock is a civil engineer during World War II who has new ideas for shipbuilding. Braddock tries to establish yards for building prefabricated ships on the West Coast, but he is hindered by the former superintendent of the shipyard, Joel Kennedy.
09 June 1936
A bellhop in the No 1. hotel of a smalltown awaiting the arrival of Miss Glory dreams he has to page Miss Glory at a first class hotel in New York, and this turns out to be a nightmare.
01 September 1940
The last of the four "Five Little Peppers" films finds the children having a hard time adjusting to their new boarding school.
23 August 1947
The Gas House Kids, the very poor man's Bowery Boys, head for Hollywood.
27 August 1937
By accident, Alfalfa shoots Butch in the nose with a rubber dart. Butch threatens to return to settle the score.
22 August 1939
The first of four films in the "Five Little Peppers" series, based on Margaret Sinclair's popular book, about a widowed mother and her five children.
25 August 1934
The gang attends a radio station amateur show.
24 February 1936
Uncle Beans and the kids are off to visit a haunted ship ('The Phantom') trapped in the ice, hoping to find pirate treasure.
22 October 1950
No overview yet.
08 September 1939
An abandoned old show boat is moored in a lazy creek. The Our Gang put the old vessel back to use when they stage a show featuring "Darla's Dancin' Dandies" and a "meller dramer" entitled "Out in the Snow You Go.
19 October 1935
W.C.Fields enters the Warmer Bros. Studio. Beans tries to drive in, but the guard throws him and his car against a tree.
12 July 1935
Two sailors decide to settle down and get married, and live to regret it.
01 July 1939
The gang round up stray dogs for reward money
12 June 1947
The second of three "Bowery Boys" rip-offs produced by bargain-basement Producers Releasing Corporation.
28 October 1939
It's Thanksgiving. Newlywed husband Abner Poodlebean faces the turkey his wife has prepared: she wants him to carve it at the table in front of her scowling family, and Abner has no idea how to proceed.
20 March 1936
The boys are a dentist and his assistant traveling to the Old West to open a new practice. Once in town, they buy a business--only to wake up the next day and see that the entire population of this bustling town had left for the California gold fields early that morning! Then, they discover an evil plot to sell out these settlers to some hostile Indians, so they spring to the rescue.
16 September 1933
The girls win a car in a raffle.