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Mr. Skitch (1933)

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Mr. Ira Skitch
Rochelle Hudson ...
Emily Skitch
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Mrs. Maddie Skitch
Florence Desmond ...
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Harry Green ...
Sam Cohen
Charles Starrett ...
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homespun | cross country

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MEET THE SKITCHES They'll keep you in stitches as they hit the high spots of hilarity from Missouri to California. See more »


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22 December 1933 (USA)  »

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The short subjects Poppin' the Cork (1933) and Sunny South (1931) played before this film in some theaters during its original release. See more »

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Mixed bag of nostalgia
2 September 2003 | by (Atwater, USA) – See all my reviews

Many of the family banter i remember in my family comes from this time and these type of movies. Here is some of the grit and emotion that helps Americans get through tough times. One funny scene is the first time Will and his family encounter a British woman, He seems 6 inches shorter than her and a quick quip by his wife is that the british woman is from sweden. :) His ability to adapt to situations is evident in people today. Some scenes are hard, like the scene with the Indian (but that is not very harsh) and the one with Mr. Cohen, but Mr. Cohen himself is shrew as well, so there is a balance to the characters. His free-wheeling spirit is evident in the first 15 minutes with the scene where he takes his family for a joy ride down a mountainside to establish his confidence and up-beat fun loving side with his children. A fun movie.


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