A small-town druggist is henpecked by his social-climbing wife to sell his pharmacy to a national chain. In addition, she tries to set up her pretty young daughter with the nitwit son of the chain's owner, even though the girl is in love with the handsome son of the town doctor. Finally the druggist decides he's had enough and takes matters into his own hands. Written by
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This was the opening-night film of 9 September 1934 at Los Angeles' first drive-in theater at Pico and Westwood, originally named simply Drive-In Theater--because there were no others in L.A.--and later named the Olympic Drive-In. See more
Roses in the Rain
Music by Richard A. Whiting
Lyrics by William M. Conselman See more