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Bad Bascomb (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Elder Because You're Younger? Title character Wallace Beery in Wyoming learning to shoot right-handed because the lawmen know he’s a lefty, J. Carrol Naish his sidekick Yancey, Marshall Thompson his literate conscript Jimmy, and Frank Darien the unlucky Mormon traveler, early in MGM’s Bad Bascomb, 1946, also starring Margaret O’Brien.
Bad Bascomb (1946) -- (Movie Clip) When We Get To Utah Bandit Wallace Beery (title character), hiding out in a Mormon wagon train, has just learned that male converts are required to work, and he’s been drafted by Marjorie Main as Abbey, whose granddaughter Emmy (Margaret O’Brien) he’s already met, his pal Yancey (J. Carrol Naish) making out better, in MGM’s Bad Bascomb,1946.
Bad Bascomb (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Thou Shalt Not Steal Fugitive illiterate title character Wallace Beery has bluffed his way into a Mormon wagon train in Wyoming, unhappy with the provisions, helping himself when Margaret O’Brien, with whom he shares top billing, appears as orphaned Emmy, in MGM’s Bad Bascomb, 1946, also starring Marjorie Main.
Rainmakers, The (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Did I Get Any On You? Comics Wheeler and Woolsey are new partners, as ex-farmer Billy and flop rainmaker Roscoe, arriving in a California town where big-shot Parker (Berton Churchill) plans to fleece the locals, and Margie (Dorothy Lee) works with her benevolent banker dad (George Meeker), in The Rainmakers, 1935.
Rainmakers, The (1935) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Leading A Double Life The principals, RKO comedy team (Bert) Wheeler (as farmer Billy) and (Robert) Woolsey (as charlatan rainmaker Roscoe) have just met, the former giving the latter shelter in his storm cellar after his house has blown away, clever banter ensuing, in the 1935 programmer The Rainmakers.
Belle Of The Nineties (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Masculine Supremacy Comfortable with her own leisurely screenplay, Mae West as entertainer Ruby, whose boyfriend (Roger Pryor) we learn is boxer "Tiger Kid," his manager (James Donlan) waiting outside, taking place in St. Louis, 1893, in West's fourth picture, Belle Of The Nineties, 1934.