Roscoe the Rainmaker is invited to California (with sidekick "Billy") to relieve a terrible dry spell and to save the community from an unscrupulous businessman who stands to profit from the drought. Written by
Jay Elvove <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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When Mr. Spencer shows Margie the article about a machine that makes rain, the magazine cover shown is a real one, the August 1935 issue of Popular Mechanics Magazine. See more
[Roscoe and his assistant Billy are detailing the specifications of his rainmaking machine
Are there any questions?
Aw, we can see through you!
When you get the machine started, drown him first, will you?
Video of pouring rain is shown in between the opening credit screens of names. See more
References King Kong
Isn't Love the Grandest Thing?
Lyrics by Jack Scholl
Music by Louis Alter
Played during the opening credits
Performed by Bert Wheeler
and Dorothy Lee See more