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From: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

Manhattan Tower (DVD)

DVD (UPC: 089218698599)

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Mary Brian, Irene Rich, Noel Francis, James Hall, Hale Hamilton
  • Drama
  • 66 min
Price: $8.98
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In a gleaming ultra-modern office eighty-five stories above the streets of Manhattan, crooked investment broker Kenneth Burns has an appetite for the high-life and for any nubile young secretary that has the misfortune of being called in for "private dictation." Pretty office-worker Mary Harper requests that he invest her life savings and make it grow so that she and her boyfriend, Jimmy, can afford to marry. But the naive girl is devastated to learn that the embezzling Mr. Burns is completely out of cash, and has used her money to stall his creditors, who are closing in.

Lovely Mary Brian, known as "the sweetest girl in pictures," is remembered for her roles in The Virginian (1929), The Front Page (1931), Charlie Chan In Paris (1935) and The Amazing Adventure (1936). Later she played the mother of a feisty teenage daughter on the classic 50s TV show Meet Corliss Archer. Irene Rich, often paired with Will Rogers in silent and sound movies, also starred on her own hit radio show, "Dear John," which premiered in 1933 and ran for more than a decade. Director Frank Strayer is known for many independent features including The Vampire Bat, Condemned To Live and The Ghost Walks, as well as at least twelve entries in the long-running "Blondie" series.


  • UPC: 089218698599
  • Release: 2023-03-14
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  • Runtime: 66
  • Genre: Drama
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  • Rating: NR
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  • Color/BW: Black & White
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  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Disc Format: DVD

Cast and Crew


Mary Brian
Irene Rich
Noel Francis
James Hall
Hale Hamilton

Directed by:

Frank Strayer