Homer Crow, fired from his laboratory job at the Dunn-Wright Rubber Company, is sure that his formula for an indestructible rubber, called Durex, will be a success. Others are also, and ... See full summary »

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(as Russell Ray Heinz)

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(story and screenplay), (screenplay) | 1 more credit »

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Harriet Wright
Edward J. Nugent ...
Vic Dunne (as Eddie Nugent)
Quentin Smith ...
Erwin Wright
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Frank Smith (as Snub Pollard)
Lee Prather ...
J.B. Dunne
Matthew Betz ...
Doyle
Robert Graves ...
Voorhees
John Roche ...
R.H. Nelson
Lillian Elliott ...
Mrs. Riley - Landlady
Paul Weigel ...
Graves
Henry Roquemore ...
Banker Logan
Jerry Mandy ...
Nick--Cafe Owner
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Henchman Lefty
Hal Price ...
Policeman
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Homer Crow, fired from his laboratory job at the Dunn-Wright Rubber Company, is sure that his formula for an indestructible rubber, called Durex, will be a success. Others are also, and Honer endures many obstacles, prat-falls and staged accidents while striving to protect his inventions. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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YOU REMEMBER -- CHARLES RAY IN "THE EGG-CRATE WALLOP" "THE OLD SWIMMIN' HOLE" "THE COWARD" "SOME PUN'KINS" Now SEE HIM IN HIS GREATEST ROLE (original ad - mostly caps)

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Action | Comedy

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30 December 1935 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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The striking convertible the leading lady drives is a 1936 Auburn Super-Charger. See more »

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