A homeless family lays claim to an abandoned house only to discover gangsters use it as a safe house after committing robberies.

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Complete credited cast:
Fred Stone ...
Frankie Peterson
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Emma Peterson
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Joan Peterson
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Mike Clarke aka John Knox (as J. Carroll Naish)
William Corson ...
Bill Parker
Ray Mayer ...
Eddie Baxter
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Al Miller
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Norris
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Oscar Peterson
Dudley Clements ...
Sheriff Roscoe W. Wiggins
Alec Craig ...
Jerry Nolan
Charles Withers ...
Yokum
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Hank
Robert McKenzie ...
Walter Mooney (as Bob McKenzie)
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A homeless family lays claim to an abandoned house only to discover gangsters use it as a safe house after committing robberies.

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Comedy

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13 August 1937 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Na Boca do Lobo  »

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(RCA Victor System)

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1.37 : 1
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A contemporary source lists Frank M. Thomas, and a modern source lists Lee Patrick in the cast. Neither player, however, was seen in the film. See more »

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Turkey In the Straw
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Played for dance music at the party
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what a funny movie
15 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Just saw this movie on TCM.I laughed so hard.I happened on to it and am so glad I did.I have been disappointed with TCM lately. They have gotten away from the early movies.They are showing a lot of films from the 1950's-1990's. I would hope they get back to what made them great. More movies from the golden era of Hollywood 1920's-1940's.As far as this movie goes when I looked at the listing in the TCM program guide.I only recognized a couple of names.Started to watch it and the laughs kept coming and did not stop until the end of the movie. I hope you give it a chance next time it is on.Call TCM to request it.

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