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The Brown Derby (1926)

Tommy Burke, an easy-going young plumber, is left a brown derby by his recently deceased uncle. The derby is said to bring good luck to its wearer, and it's not long before its powers ... See full summary »

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(play), (titles) (as John McGowan) | 2 more credits »
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Diana Kane ...
Ruth Dwyer ...
Betty Caldwell
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John J. Caldwell
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Capt. Shay
Bradley Barker ...
Robert Farrell
Herbert Standing ...
Adolph Plummer
Harold Foshay ...
Frank Boyle
Bob Slater ...
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Tommy Burke, an easy-going young plumber, is left a brown derby by his recently deceased uncle. The derby is said to bring good luck to its wearer, and it's not long before its powers apparently start paying off--Tommy finds himself engaged to a pretty young girl from a wealthy family. However, things aren't quite the way Tommy thinks they are. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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4 July 1926 (USA)  »

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Coco de Sorte  »

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(2-strip Technicolor) (one sequence)|

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1.33 : 1
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Though the film is mostly in black-and-white, the main titles and opening scene are in two-color Technicolor. There is also a scene, set in a barber shop, which utilizes the Handscheigl color stencil process to show Johnny Hines' face as bright red after too-hot towels have been removed. See more »

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