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The Wet Parade(1932)

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  • Wet Parade, The -- (Movie Clip) Four Years More!

    Election day 1916, Southern author Roger (Neil Hamilton) arrives in New York,...more>

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  • Wet Parade, The -- (Movie Clip) Cowardly Drunkard

    Increasingly dissolute Southern patriarch Chilcote (Lewis Stone) resists when...more>

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  • Wet Parade, The -- (Movie Clip) Bluenose Puritans

    New York 1916, the presidential election looming, boozy hotelier "Pow" Tarleton...more>

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  1. Wet Parade, The -- (Movie Clip) Four Years More!

    movie clip - Wet Parade, The -- (Movie Clip) Four Years More!

  2. Wet Parade, The -- (Movie Clip) Cowardly Drunkard

    movie clip - Wet Parade, The -- (Movie Clip) Cowardly Drunkard

  3. Wet Parade, The -- (Movie Clip) Bluenose Puritans

    movie clip - Wet Parade, The -- (Movie Clip) Bluenose Puritans

  1. Wet Parade, The -- (Movie Clip) Four Years More! airing:
    • Election day 1916, Southern author Roger (Neil Hamilton) arrives in New York, greeted by Democrats "Pow" Tarleton (Walter Huston), his son Kip (Robert Young) and newsman friend Jerry (Wallace Ford), when surprising news arrives from California, in The Wet Parade, 1932.
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  2. Wet Parade, The -- (Movie Clip) Cowardly Drunkard airing:
  3. Wet Parade, The -- (Movie Clip) Bluenose Puritans airing:
    • New York 1916, the presidential election looming, boozy hotelier "Pow" Tarleton (Walter Huston) speaks for Woodrow Wilson, as a less impressive campaigner (Clarence Wilson) supports Charles Evans Hughes, in Victor Fleming's The Wet Parade, 1932, from the Upton Sinclair novel.
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      • 188x141
      • 219x119
      • 223x104