Pat C. Flick


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Black Legion (1936) — (Movie Clip) How’d You Like The Picture Betty (Ann Sheridan) after the movies steamrolls factory worker Ed (Dick Foran) into the proposal for which she’s been angling, at the soda shop, Pat C. Flick the proprietor Nick, and Helen Flint as the brassy widow at the counter, in the progressive Warner Bros. melodrama Black Legion, 1937.
Nobody's Baby (1937) -- (Movie Clip) She's A Foreigner Kooky Lena (Lyda Roberti) bungles her fare on the New York tour bus, rescued from the conductor (Tom Dugan) by her reluctant but kind nursing school roommate Kitty (Patsy Kelly), getting to know each other in their first and only comedy-team feature from Hal Roach, Nobody's Baby, 1937.
Nobody's Baby (1937) -- (Movie Clip) You Put Me On The Radio? Chill Wills sings bass and also seems to lead the Hal Roach group the "Avalon Boys," on air at the radio station where principals Patsy Kelly and Lyda Roberti make noisy entrances and butt heads for the first time, opening the girl-buddy comedy Nobody's Baby, 1937.
Stage Struck (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Five Left Feet First scene for Dick Powell as dance director George, witty repartee with dancers and his aide Sid (Frank McHugh), standing in for the leading lady, neatly directed by Busby Berkeley, from Stage Struck, 1936.
Stage Struck (1936) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Halley's Comet Diva Peggy (a brunette Joan Blondell) throws a tantrum upon learning that her semi-nemesis George (Dick Powell) has been hired to direct the show she's financing, after which he meets new-in-town Ruth (Jeanne Madden), in Warner Bros' Stage Struck, 1936.
Stage Struck (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Body Beautiful Unsuspecting impresario Harris (Warren William) meets The Yacht Club Boys (Charles Adler, George Kelly, Billy Mann and Jimmie Kern), disguised as movers and launching into their own specialty composition, in Stage Struck, 1936.