Ruth Raymond works on the switchboard and her boyfriend is John Blake. It has taken 14 years, but a detective named Murray has found her and confirmed that she is Ruth Carson. As a child, ... See full summary »
Julie has a star crossed romance with Sam, leaning on pal Cassie when unhappy. When Sam is believed dead Cassie urges Julie to take up with good guy Pat. When Sam returns Cassie tries to do the right thing by her best friend.
Calvin Churchill, a confidence-man, and his sidekick/stooge, "Clip" McGurk, are being pursued by an Internal Revenue agent, Henry Potke, for their failure to file an income-tax on the ... See full summary »
This is a well made, well done production with Wallace Beery with an all too familiar storyline that he was routinely doing in his career at this time. He was a drifter coming back to town and checking in on his family and slowly trying to ingratiate back into their lives by turning back on his demons by being a more positive person. His ex-wife was Janet Beecher but there was no chemistry between them, which made it easier to believe they did not like each other but hard to imagine that he would want to get back together to make their 'family' whole again. There was an all too familiar storyline in trying to impress his son and win back his love and respect (of course, many plot twists try to prevent and hinder them from reconciling). It still is an interesting watch if you have not seen and request TCM if you can for them to view.
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