Let Freedom Ring - (Original Trailer)
A crusader returns to his Western hometown to root out corruption in Let Freedom Ring (1939) starring Nelson Eddy.
Let Freedom Ring (1939) - There's No Place Like Home
Its not clear what angle Harvard-educated lawyer Steve (Nelson Eddy) is working on his first night back in his Western hometown, buddying up to the railroad labor goon Mulligan (Victor McLaglen), then meeting old pal Mackerel (Charles Butterworth), who works a sucker-punch scam, in Let Freedom Ring, 1939, from an original Ben Hecht screenplay.
Let Freedom Ring (1939) - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
We know now that Steve (Nelson Eddy) is against the railroad, pretending to be pals with drunk-again hired thug Mulligan (Victor McLaglen), using songs to tell slow-witted Mackerel (Charles Butterworth) to get out of town with the printing-press theyve just stolen, in MGMs Let Freedom Ring, 1939.
Let Freedom Ring (1939) - Ridin' In Like Davy Crockett
Were pretty sure it was Nelson Eddy (as Steve, local boy home from Harvard) who beat up a railroad arsonist in the previous scene, but its a surprise to his parents (Lionel Barrymore, Sarah Padden) when he acts drunk and sides with railroad man Knox (Edward Arnold), in MGMs Let Freedom Ring, 1939.
Let Freedom Ring (1939) - Working On The Railroad
Railroad baron Knox (Edward Arnold) separates Maggie (Virginia Bruce), top citizen of the Western town hes taken over, from friend Rutledge (H.B. Warner), then some chat about not-yet-seen star Nelson Eddy, then the arrival of labor enforcer Mulligan (Victor McLaglen), in MGMs Let Freedom Ring, 1939.