Withers and her father Summerville arrive at a Southern mansion and turn the cotton pickers into entertainers to raise money to save the place.

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Peg Gurgle
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Robert E. Lee Gurgle
Helen Wood ...
Virginia Peachtree
Thomas Beck ...
Ulysses S. Sherman
Sara Haden ...
Miss Beauregard Peachtree
Claude Gillingwater ...
Col. Robert Peachtree
Donald Cook ...
Longstreet Butler
James Burke ...
Sheriff N.B.F. Rider
Jed Prouty ...
Ed Grant
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Lizzie
Troy Brown Sr. ...
Jeff Davis Brunch (as Troy Brown)
Robert Warwick ...
Gen. Beauregard Peachtree
Billy Bletcher ...
John P. Smith Peachtree
William Worthington ...
George Washington Peachtree
Otis Harlan ...
Thoma Jefferson Peachtree
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Withers and her father Summerville arrive at a Southern mansion and turn the cotton pickers into entertainers to raise money to save the place.

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singer | sheriff | colonel | See All (3) »

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Comedy | Musical

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13 November 1936 (USA)  »

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Perdendo, Ganhando  »

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(Western Electric Noiseless Recording)

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American Film Institute Catalog of Feature Films 1931-1940 mistakenly lists the release date as 13 November 1937; the correct date is 13 November 1936. See more »

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Does You Wanna Go To Heaven?
Music by Harry Akst
Lyrics by Sidney Clare
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