When a meek purchasing agent is told by a quack doctor that he only has three months to live, he gets involved with a bank robbery and kidnapped by the gang.

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Homer B. Bitts
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Peggy Taylor
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Joe Ferranza
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Davis
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Lola
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J.J. Trent
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Dr. Kraft
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Parsons
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Mrs. Davis
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Lanky
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Salesman
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Dr. Singer
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Beef
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Jimmie (as Billy Burrud)
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When a meek purchasing agent is told by a quack doctor that he only has three months to live, he gets involved with a bank robbery and kidnapped by the gang. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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1 October 1935 (USA)  »

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Neurastenia de Arromba  »

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(Western Electric Noiseless Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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Awesome
28 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

This film is the best kept secret ever... seriously. The actors and actresses make you go through a roller-coaster of emotions... possibly the best film in the history of film.

I dare you not to watch this film and think its the greatest thing ever... I am 18 and when i watched this i could see how good this film. And just to prove i don't have strange taste i like Gladiator.

This film is right up there with the greatest films of all time and should be 10/10 no doubt. Its pretty dench... in fact its probably the denchest thing around... and for those of you reading this who don't know what dench means; ask rob.


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