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Boteler, Wade 1888-1943

Overview
Works: 44 works in 64 publications in 1 language and 410 library holdings
Genres: Drama  Horror films  Zombie films  Film serials  Film adaptations  Short films  Interviews  Western films  Crime films  Action and adventure films 
Roles: Actor, Performer
Classifications: PN1997, 791.4372
Publication Timeline
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Publications about Wade Boteler
Publications by Wade Boteler
Publications by Wade Boteler, published posthumously.
Most widely held works by Wade Boteler
The Green Hornet ( visu )
8 editions published between 1991 and 2011 in English and held by 174 libraries worldwide
The city is faced with rising crime and increased racketeering activity. Intrepid newspaper editor, Britt Reid becomes the crime fighter the Green Hornet to take on the bad guys. As far as the police are concerned, the Hornet himself is the criminal. This misunderstanding enables Reid to operate 'outside the law' to battle evil and injustice. Working along side the Hornet is the brilliant inventor/sidekick Kato, the only person who knows the true identity of the Hornet
The Green Hornet strikes again! ( visu )
3 editions published between 2009 and 2011 in English and held by 74 libraries worldwide
In this 15 episode sequel to the 1940 serial The Green Hornet, Britt Reid learns that a crime organization has extended its activities into every industry in the city. Disguised as the Green Hornet, each attack brings him closer to the identity of the syndicate mastermind
The painted desert ( visu )
2 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 29 libraries worldwide
A villain stirs up the hatreds of two old-time feudists so he can get his hands on their properties. An engineer reveals his his dastardly plot and reconciles the old boys
Don Winslow of the Navy ( visu )
1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 20 libraries worldwide
Don Winslow is a top naval commander assigned to the islands around Pearl Harbor. There, naval intelligence has detected a ruthless gang of saboteurs who seek to destroy supply ships carrying rations and equipment for the troops and undermine the entire United States' war effort in the Pacific
White zombie by Victor Halperin( visu )
1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 20 libraries worldwide
White Zombie: A man has a witch cast a spell on the woman he loves intending to lure her away from her fiance, instead she becomes a zombie
The Green Hornet ( visu )
2 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in English and held by 13 libraries worldwide
"George W. Trendle's original masked crime fighter explodes onto the screen in this exciting 1940s serial presentation - gripping from one nailbiting cliffhanger to the next. As his beloved city falls into the rising shadow of crime and racketeering, intrepid newspaper man Britt Reid takes it upon himself to combat the bad guys, rid the city of evil and become the ultimate defender of good, the Green Hornet. Aided by his trusty sidekick/inventor Kato the two men, perceived as vigilantes by the police, set about cleaning up the streets once and for allTrailblazing in style and dynamics the Green Hornet is a classic presentation of a timeless and electrifying hero in 13 action-thrill episodes"--Container
The mandarin mystery ( visu )
2 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 11 libraries worldwide
This early mystery is based upon the Ellery Queen novel entitled The Chinese Orange Mystery and features Eddie Quillian as the famed sleuth. The theft of a $5 0,000 stamp and the subsequent murders of two people found in locked rooms bring Ellery Queen in on the case. Queen must use all of his detective skills in order to find the killer and prove the young stamp owner, whom he is interested in, is innocent
The Green Hornet ( visu )
1 edition published in 1990 in English and held by 10 libraries worldwide
Crusading publisher Britt Reid is concerned about a crime wave that treatens to engulf his city. He decides to aid an ineffectual police force by disguising himself and going after the criminals on his own. As the Green Hornet, Reid tackles the bad guys and discovers that all the criminal enterprises are masterminded by by one man. Aided by his servant, Kato, the Hornet becomes a familiar nocturnal presence as he races his souped-up auto, Black Beauty, through the darkened streets in his never-ending effort to defeat crime
Bird of paradise by King Vidor( visu )
6 editions published between 1996 and 2012 in English and held by 8 libraries worldwide
A Handsome South Seas soldier of fortune falls in love with the daughter of a Polynesian native chieftain. Alas, their idyllic romance is destined to come to a sudden and violent end: tribal custom decrees that she is to be sacrificed to the local volcano. After initial resistance, the heroine nobly resigns herself to her fate, realizing that there is no place for her in her white lover₂s civilization
The Mandarin mystery ( visu )
in English and held by 8 libraries worldwide
When the most valuable stamp in the world is stolen and two people are murdered, Inspector Queen and his young son Ellery Queen must unravel the mystery. With detective father and son trying to out-smart each other at every turn, and the bodies piling up around them, two Queens may not be a strong enough hand to catch the murderer!
That's my baby : a story of comedy, thrills and suspense based on the motion picture story by George J CRONE( Book )
4 editions published in 1926 in English and held by 6 libraries worldwide
Billy the Kid returns ( visu )
1 edition published in 1987 in English and held by 5 libraries worldwide
"Roy, as a Billy the Kid look-alike, brings peace to Lincoln County."--Container
Family collection ( visu )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
The animal kingdom: A staid publisher faces a change-in-life crisis as he leaves his free spirited lover to marry a girl with more traditional values, only to find he has abandoned his own happiness
24 hours ( visu )
1 edition published in 1931 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
His knocks, breaks down the door to her bedroom, where he finds her dead. Jim regrets his drunkenness, realizing that he otherwise may have heard her screams, and leaves the apartment. Later, Tony is murdered by gangster Dave the Slapper for killing one of Dave's gang members. Jim is arrested for Rosie's murder after police find his cufflinks in her apartment. Fanny reads of his arrest in the paper and goes to him at the police station, where she promises to stay by him, even though she suspects he may have committed the crime while he was drunk. Although Jim is released when police find Tony's fingerprints on a liquor bottle from Rosie's apartment, he decides to go away and allow Fanny to find happiness with someone else. He is surprised when Fanny joins him on the cruise ship and asks him to return to her. She says that if Rosie Dugan loved him drunk, she will also, although she knows their relationship will be uphill all the way. At eleven that night, they toast to his last drink"--AFI catalog, 1931-1940
Castle on the Hudson ( visu )
1 edition published in 1940 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
"Tommy Gordon, a tough young crook, is sent to Sing Sing Prison for armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. When Tommy's lawyer, Ed Crowley, a corrupt ward boss, tries to make a deal with Warden Long to give Tommy special attention, Long burns the bribe and informs Crowley that prison is a democracy; no inmate is better than any other. Tommy resents the prison routine, but the understanding Long finally makes an impression on him. Steve Rockford, a well-educated convict, plans a prison break which the newly reformed Tommy refuses to join. A guard and a convict are killed in the unsuccessful prison break after which Steve commits suicide. Meanwhile in New York, Tommy's girl friend, Kay Manners, who has kept after Crowley to work for Tommy's release, is injured when she jumps from a car to escape his advances. Long allows Tommy to visit Kay on the promise that he will return to prison. At Kay's apartment, Tommy and Crowley exchange blows and Tommy is knocked unconscious. Crowley is about to kill Tommy when Kay shoots and kills Crowley instead. Tommy escapes and is about to leave the country on a boat when he learns that Long is about to be fired for allowing him to leave prison. To save his friend's reputation, Tommy returns and surrenders. Tommy is sentenced to the electric chair for Crowley's murder. Kay tries to convince Long that she is the actual murderer, but Tommy will not back up her story. When Kay visits him in prison, Tommy tells her that even if her confession was believed, they still would never be together. When Kay asks him to marry her before he dies, Tommy advises her to marry a swell guy, not someone like him, and goes to his death happy in the knowledge that he has done something decent in saving Kay from a prison sentence"--AFI catalog, 1931-1940
Humanity ( visu )
1 edition published in 1933 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
"Dr. William J. 'Doc' MacDonald is appointed to the New York State Medical Board after forty years of dedicated service to the poor. When his son Bill arrives home from medical school in Vienna, Doc is pleased that he will finally be able to practice with the younger Dr. MacDonald. Bill, however, returns from Europe with his fiancée, a wealthy debutante named Olive Pelton, who looks down on Doc's ghetto clientele. Soon after, Doc leaves town for a medical conference and gives Bill full responsibility for the practice. Olive, annoyed that Bill's profession interferes with their social life, insists that he attend her upcoming birthday party despite his additional work load. Later, Bill's boyhood friend Sam Bernstein asks the young doctor to help his bootlegging gang by treating their injuries without notifying the police. When Bill refuses, Sam tempts him with a $25,000 salary. Then at Olive's wild birthday party, Bill carouses with her high society friends. Meanwhile, Nancy Moore, Doc's devoted assistant and Bill's former girl friend, receives a call from pharmacist Schmiddy that his daughter Rosie, whom Doc had been treating for [croup], has taken a turn for the worse. Although he is hopping from one speakeasy to the next with the others, Bill tries to be responsible by leaving his intended whereabouts with each proprietor. Nancy chases the party down by telephone, but Olive, who receives the message for Bill, decides not to inform him of the emergency. Doc returns home from his conference just in time to save Rosie's life and then scolds Bill for allowing Olive to influence him. Bill retorts that he does not want his father's poverty, after which father and son decide that Bill should practice solo. Six months later, in his fancy Park Avenue office, Bill attempts to break his agreement with Sam as he is worried about financing his practice with gangster money. Meanwhile, the police become aware that a doctor is treating gunshot cases illegally, and they call in the Medical Board, of which Doc is a member, to help locate the renegade doctor. Sam is shot during a liquor delivery, and the gangsters bring Bill to Sam's quarters to treat the injury. The police discover the hideout, however, and Sam begs Bill to bring him to Doc's office, where he will be safe. Bill complies, and as he is treating Sam's wounds, Doc enters and helps with the care. Lieutenant Mike Farley, an old friend of the MacDonalds, finds Bill's cigarette case in Sam's hideout, then goes to Doc's house, where he finds Mrs. Bernstein crying over her dead son. Bill confesses all to Doc and realizes that he has damaged his father's sterling reputation. Doc promises to deal with the Medical Board's investigation, and after he makes Bill leave town, he leads the investigators to believe that he is the renegade doctor. Later, Doc receives a letter from the Board of Medical Advisors, informing him that his license has been revoked for criminal practice but he refuses to fight the action. Bill, unable to leave his father and Nancy, comes home and finds Doc unconscious. Doc then dies in his arms, and Bill insists to Nancy that he will tell the truth. She replies that he must not turn himself in because he is needed by the people. As proof of her sage words, a call arrives from the Holy Cross Mission, and Nancy tells Bill that he must answer the summons as he is now 'the Doc'"--AFI catalog, 1931-1940
Here comes trouble ( visu )
1 edition published in 1936 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Spring parade ( visu )
1 edition published in 1940 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
A fortuneteller at a Viennese fair predicts that a Hungarian woman (Durbin) will meet and marry an artist in Vienna. While working as a baker's assistant she meets an army drummer (Cummings), who wants to be famous composer and conductor
Beyond victory ( visu )
1 edition published in 1931 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
"As the remnants of an American battalion fights the German army for control of a French village, four soldiers recall how they came to the battlefields of World War I. The first young wounded soldier, Russell, called 'Bud, ' begs his commanding officer, Sergeant Bill Thatcher, to tell his mother that he had been selfish and then recalls the following scene: Although his mother pleads with him to stay on the farm and not jeopardize his life in a faraway war, he ignores her and enlists. After telling his story, Bud dies in Bill's arms. Soon after, in France, another dying soldier, Lew Cavanaugh, recounts to Bill how he came to enlist: A wealthy New York playboy, Lew invites Ina, his latest conquest, to his apartment. When his former mistress telephones, Lew puts her off by telling her that he has enlisted in the army. Ina, overhearing the lie, proudly throws her arms around Lew and, assuming that he will be shipped out the next morning, promises to give him a night to remember. In France, after he is nicked in the ear by a passing bullet, 'K-P' private Jim Mobley remembers his wife, 'Mlle.' Fritzi, a vaudeville knife thrower who doesn't understand why men wage war, and who becomes very upset when her housekeeping husband announces his intention to enlist. Back on the battle grounds, Jim finds Bill at the machine gun and listens as he tells the story of his fiancée in New Orleans: On the day before their wedding, Bill informs German-born Katherine that he would rather fight Germans overseas than marry a German in America. Despite her impassioned call to reason, Katherine cannot convince Bill that war is meaningless. Before blowing up a German-controlled bridge, Bill confesses to Jim that Katherine was wiser than he. After Jim and Bill are shelled, they are taken to a Red Cross hospital, where Katherine finds them and convinces the German doctors to allow her to donate blood for Bill's life-saving transfusion. Armistice is declared, and generously decorated, Bill and Jim toast to peace with Katherine"--AFI catalog, 1931-1940
Manhattan Tower ( visu )
1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
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 a "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
 
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Alternative Names
Wade Boteler Amerikaans acteur (1888-1943)
Вэйд Ботелер
وید باتلر بازیگر آمریکایی
ウェイド・ボトラー
Languages
English (40)
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