Sidney Sutherland


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Hi, Nellie! (1934) -- (Movie Clip) They've Found Bigger Hearts In Fleas! Delineating relations between reluctant “lonely hearts” columnist Gerry (Glenda Farrell), billed as “Nellie,” and editor “Brad” Bradshaw (Paul Muni), Mervyn LeRoy directing in extra punchy Warner Bros. style, from an original script by Abem Finkel, Sidney Sutherland and Roy Chanslor, early in Hi, Nellie!, 1934.
Hi, Nellie! (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Polish Children's Picnic Yarn First scene for Paul Muni in his first comedy, as big city news editor “Brad” Bradshaw, directed by Mervyn LeRoy, with George Chandler, Donald Meek, Douglas Dumbrille (as “Dawes”), and Paul Kaye in support, the picnic story having nothing to do with the Bob Dylan song, written about a similar (but not fictional) event almost 30-years later, in Hi, Nellie!, 1934.
Hi, Nellie! (1934) -- (Movie Clip) I Wanted A Story With Teeth Editor “Brad” (Paul Muni) called before his annoyed but befuddled publisher (Berton Churchill) who thinks he blew a big city corruption story, pointing out he can’t be fired, but nonetheless sharing the news with disgruntled advice columnist Gerry (Glenda Farrell, pen name “Nellie”), knowing she’ll be thrilled Hi, Nellie!, 1934.
Ladies They Talk About (1933) -- (Movie Clip) She Likes To Wrestle Cheesy process shot but new inmate Nan (Barbara Stanwyck) and veteran Linda (Lillian Roth) on fire, visiting Mrs. Arlington (Cecil Cunningham), Blondie (Helen Mann), Aunt Maggie (Maude Eburne) and a husky matron (Helen Dickson), in Ladies They Talk About, 1933.
Ladies They Talk About (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Too Much Deaconing First scene for crusading newsman Slade (Preston Foster), then joining freshly busted, also guilty, Nan (Barbara Stanwyck), reminiscing as the D-A (Robert McWade) considers his options, in Ladies They Talk About, 1933.
Ladies They Talk About (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Fresh Fish Like You Newly famous bank robber Nan (Barbara Stanwyck) strides into the cell block, an update from the reporter who put her away coming on the radio, as she faces down matron Noonan (Ruth Donnelly) and inmate Susie (Dorothy Burgess), in Ladies They Talk About, 1933.
Ladies They Talk About (1933) -- (Movie Clip) A Man's Running Wild! Dolled-up Barbara Stanwyck making a phone call that turns out to be a diversion, then a past-his-prime bank guard (Harry Gibbon) is supposed to resist her asking to open up early, and her gang busts in, opening Ladies They Talk About, 1933, from a play by actress and one-time San Quentin inmate Dorothy Mackaye.
Match King, The (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Give Me A Match Slick opening setting out the world-wide import of events depicted, then credits, then the introduction of Warren William as immigrant "Paul Kroll," modeled on the infamous swindler Ivar Kreuger, in Warner Bros.' The Match King, 1932.
Match King, The (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Your Vast Holdings Having swindled his pals back in Chicago, Paul (Warren William) home in Sweden with his thoroughly conned uncle (Oscar Apfel), who needs a bailout, old pal Erik (Hardie Albright) later posing questions, in Warner Bros.' fact-based The Match King, 1932.
Match King, The (1932) -- (Movie Clip) The Woman In White For now high-flying swindler Paul (Warren William) at a plush Stockholm restaurant, working up to disappointing girlfriend Ilse (Claire Dodd), when he spies the de-facto leading lady, Lily Damita, as "Marta Molnar," in The Match King, 1932.