Edward E. Paramore Jr.


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Farmer Takes A Wife, The (1935) - Albany To Buffalo Director Victor Fleming’s opening, Slim Summerville as Erie Canal agent Friendly, Jane Withers as young Della, laying down some lore before we meet Weaver (Roger Imhof), Elmer (Andy Devine) and Ivy (Kitty Kelly), in The Farmer Takes A Wife, 1935, starring Henry Fonda an Janet Gaynor.
Farmer Takes A Wife, The (1935) - Who Is That Lady? Notable as Henry Fonda’s first scene in his first movie, a new arrival in 1853 Rome, NY, after we meet Janet Gaynor as Molly, Charles Bickford as canal-boat captain Jotham, with Jane Withers, Margaret Hamilton, John Qualen, Andy Devine, Slim Summerville among the locals, in The Farmer Takes A Wife, 1935.
Farmer Takes A Wife, The (1935) - I Could've Said A Buffalo Female Tied up overnight in foggy Rochester, Erie Canal boat cook Molly (Janet Gaynor) visits with smitten Dan (Henry Fonda), aspiring farmer and employee on another boat, when her captain Klore (Charles Bickford), a renowned drinker, appears, having observed the lottery drawing, in The Farmer Takes A Wife, 1935.
Three Comrades (1938) - Idealist Born Of The War Director Frank Borzage's opening, end of the first world war, introducing cheery German veterans Erich (Robert Taylor), Otto (Franchot Tone) and Gottfried (Robert Young) in Three Comrades, 1938, from Erich Maria Remarque's novel.
Three Comrades (1938) - We'd Have Let You Win German war vets Otto (Franchot Tone), Gottfried (Robert Young) and birthday-boy Erich (Robert Taylor), following a little road-race, meet motorist Breuer (Lionel Atwill) and passenger Patricia (Margaret Sullavan), whom they had previously not noticed, in Frank Borzage's Three Comrades, 1938.
Three Comrades (1938) - Can't Be Fixed Working class war vet Erich (Robert Taylor) on his first date with impoverished German aristocrat Patricia (Margaret Sullavan), where they meet her benefactor Breuer (Lionel Atwill) and have trouble with his borrowed tux, in Frank Borzage's Three Comrades, 1938.

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