The new investigator for the New York Department of Weights and Measures, pugnacious Johnny Cave, steps on the toes of influential merchants and gets increasing pressure, both political and strongarm, to desist.
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Dante's Inferno follows Dante on a stunning journey through the nine circles of Hell as he travels through limbo, lust, gluttony, greed, anger, heresy, violence, fraud and treachery in search of his true love, Beatrice.
Chetan Chauhan (Sanjay Dutt) and Bhagat Bhosle (Ajay Devgan) are two con artists. They swept clean Anthony Gonsalves (Arjun Rampal) a Mumbai-based gangster on two different occasions. Bhagat Bhosle cons Anthony and steals his suitcase containing cash, while Chetan Chouhan steals his vehicle and they both end up in Bangkok. Once there, Chetan poses as a social worker and attempts to raise funds for orphans in Somalia, as well as to win the heart of a wealthy woman, Khushi (Kangna Ranaut). Bhagat also ventures on the scene and attempts to win her heart by feigning blindness. The duos make hilarious attempts to outdo each other. Unaware that circumstance will change after Khushi gets abducted by the vengeful Anthony. After battling it out to get her back, the story takes a twist when they come up with the ransom, which Anthony demanded for. When they get Khushi back they ask her who she loves more and she goes straight to Anthony. The two were taken aback to know that they were conned by Anthony and that Khushi was Anthony's girlfriend. Later when Anthony goes back home to India, he realizes that Bhagat and Chetan stole from his house to give him the ransom and thus conning him of his own cash.
Shirley Temple stars in this entertaining musical, co-starring tap dancing George Murphy and the legendary Jimmy Durante. Shirley stars as Betsy, an orphan adopted by a kind hotel manager (Edward Ellis) who rents rooms out to down-on-their-luck entertainers. When the owner of the hotel (Edna Mae Oliver) complains about the noise her showbiz tenants make and the back rent they owe her, she threatens to have the hotel closed and Betsy sent back to the orphanage.
Set in the early 1900s, this engaging story with music by Irving Berlin follows an aristocrat (Tyrone Power) who leads a swing band and falls for his lead singer (Alice Faye)!
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