Daniel Pardway, starting with almost nothing after the great Chicago fire, builds the biggest department store in town. He wants to pass on the business to his three sons and daughter, but has to deal with their lack of interest or aptitude. Written by
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The opening scene in the barn is recycled footage from the previous version of this film, "Sweepings" (1933). See more
I rattle around in that old house like a pea in a shoe box.
Version of Three Sons
Words by Joseph Mohr
Music by Franz Gruber
Sung and played as background music at Christmas See more