|Genres||Action Adventure Drama|
|Writers||Karl Brown (dialogue)
Karl Brown (screenplay)
Lee Chadwick (dialogue)
Lee Chadwick (screenplay)
|Cast||Johnny Mack Brown George Cooper Noel Francis Marjorie Beebe Richard Tucker Russell Simpson|
|Plot||... search for Flames on IMDb|
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|Fearless firefighter Charlie Jones hits a wall when he tries to romance Pat, the pretty blonde whose cat he rescued from a tree. After a relentless pursuit, the fireman is finally able to kindle some warmth in Pat's heart. When his paramour is trapped in a burning office building, Charlie will have to risk his life in the inferno in a desperate bid to rescue her.|
Originally released as Flames, Fire Alarm stars a young Johnny Mack Brown donning a fire hat instead of his usual Stetson. Johnny Mack Brown came to Hollywood in the mid-1920s as an All-American collegiate football star with rugged good looks and a desire to perform before the camera. Signed to MGM in 1926, he appeared in films with Jackie Coogan, Norma Shearer, Greta Garbo and Mary Pickford, but he soon found himself struggling for attention in Clark Gable's considerable shadow. A move into smaller studio B-Westerns proved to be just what Brown needed to jump-start his career and he emerged as one of the top ten box-office draws in westerns during the 1940s.
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