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Wild Boys Of The Road (1933) -- (Movie Clip) You Won't Feel Anything Mournful scene as Tommy (Edwin Phillips), who lost his leg riding the rails, keeps the upper lip stiff while Eddie (Frankie Darro) doesn't and the doctor (Arthur Hohl) closes in, from William A. Wellman's Wild Boys of the Road, 1933.
Wild Boys Of The Road (1933) -- (Movie Clip) I Was Tired Of It Anyway Really the climax of the opening chapters confirming the virtues of the protagonists, Eddie (Frankie Darro) gives his unemployed Dad (Grant Mitchell) the proceeds from selling his car, in Wild Boys of the Road, 1933.
Wild Boys Of The Road (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Sophomore Frolic The introduction of decent-but-broke heroes Eddie (Frankie Darro) and Tommy (Edwin Phillips), from William A. Wellman's acclaimed Great Depression drama Wild Boys of the Road, 1933.
Wild Boys Of The Road (1933) -- (Movie Clip) His Leg Looks Funny Famous sequence in which Eddie (Frankie Darro), Sally (Dorothy Coonan) and the gang, especially Tommy (Edwin Phillips), de-train as they come into Columbus, Arthur Hohl the doctor they visit, in William A. Wellman's Wild Boys of the Road, 1933.
Hot Saturday (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Where Are Your Pigtails? Nosy peers (Lillian Bond, Grady Sutton) watch as Ruth (Nancy Carroll) sneaks home from playboy Cary Grant's party, surprised to find family friend Bill (Randolph Scott, who met longtime pal Grant on this picture), advocated by her parents (Jane Darwell, William Collier) in Hot Saturday, 1932.
Wild Boys Of The Road (1933) -- (Movie Clip) He's A She! On their first night riding the rails, Eddie (Frankie Darro) and Tommy (Edwin Phillips) encounter the feisty Sally (Dorothy Coonan, who became the wife of director William A. Wellman) in Wild Boys of the Road, 1933.
Hot Saturday (1932) -- (Movie Clip) You're Considered Much Too Dangerous Still in the opening setting, Ruth (Nancy Carroll) is the belle of the local bank, "Connie" (Edward Woods) a leading suitor but all are dazzled by playboy Romer (Cary Grant), who's already losing interest in his date (Rita La Roy), in Paramount's Hot Saturday, 1932.
Hot Saturday (1932) -- (Movie Clip) A Girl Is Pretty Helpless Cary Grant, in one of seven films from his first year in Hollywood, comfortable as popular playboy "Romer," who's invited the local kids up to his lake house, polite in his pursuit of Ruth (Nancy Carroll), her date (Edward Woods) still annoyed, in Hot Saturday, 1932.
We're In The Money (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Call Of Love Birds Opening scene, Joan Blondell as "Ginger" snogging with Ross Alexander as "Carter," then scampering with girlfriend Dixie (Glenda Farrell), the popular pair known as Warner Bros' "Gimme Girls," in We're In The Money, 1935, co-written by co-star Hugh Herbert.
We're In The Money (1935) -- (Movie Clip) I Quit Quitting Process servers Ginger (Joan Blondell) and Dixie (Glenda Farrell) have just agreed to one last job, then ringing butler Jevons (E.E. Clive), a lawyer (Henry O'Neill), and their wealthy employer "Carter" (Ross Alexander), who poses as a chauffeur, in We're In The Money, 1935.
Babbitt (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Entering Zenith Opening sequence, the city of Zenith, the title character (Guy Kibbee) arising, wife (Aline MacMahon), daughter (Maxine Doyle) and son (Glen Boles) breakfasting, Hattie McDaniel the maid, from the Warner Bros.' 1934 version of Sinclair Lewis' Babbitt.
Babbitt (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Pickled Onions Parked outside the athletic club, George (Guy Kibbee) notes pal Paul (Minor Watson) entering the pawn shop, and determines to show himself the good fellow, in the 1934 production of Sinclair Lewis' Babbitt.