If anyone has Fog Over Frisco on the DVR from a couple weeks back (Bette Davis, 1934), you can safely delete it. It's worth watching only for Bette, the fashions, and the decor -- the art deco touches in Bette's bedroom are wonderful. The plot is about stolen securities, but it functions more as a polemic on sensational journalism. I don't think that was the intent, however.
Dialogue is all superficial with people shouting orders at servants and employees, taking action before they have information, running when they could walk. There are no characters -- the people are just pieces to move the plot. It's just a mess, and worse, it's a long mess.
Bette was great, as usual, and I liked seeing a young William Demarest, but other than that, this movie is a stinker.