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Goodbye Broadway (1938)

 -  Comedy  -  1 April 1938 (USA)
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Pat and Molly Malloy, once famed vaudeville and Broadway performers, arrive to play the small town of Hamilton, Conn. with a troupe of dancers, singers, a trained dog and an educated seal. ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
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Molly Malloy
Charles Winninger ...
Pat Malloy
Tom Brown ...
Chuck Bradford
Dorothea Kent ...
Jeanne Carlyle
Frank Jenks ...
Harry Clark
Jed Prouty ...
J.A. Higgins
Willie Best ...
Jughead
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Iradius P. Oglethorpe
Henry Roquemore ...
Henry Swanzey
Dell Henderson ...
Cromwell
Jack Daley ...
Lancaster
Rollo Lloyd ...
Merriweather
Charles Sullivan ...
Freddie
Steve Strelich ...
Elmer
Virginia Howell ...
Mrs. Pettergale
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Pat and Molly Malloy, once famed vaudeville and Broadway performers, arrive to play the small town of Hamilton, Conn. with a troupe of dancers, singers, a trained dog and an educated seal. Harry Clark, the clerk at the rundown Swanzey Hotel, insults Pat and the latter uses the $4000, that he and Molly have been saving for years to buy a retirement farm, to buy the hotel so he can fire Harry. Local skinflint, J.A. Higgins wants the hotel as he knows the state has intentions to buy it for a museum, but Pat won't sell. Higgins puts an ad in "Variety" and a swarm of jobless vaudevillians, headed by Marvello descend to take advantage of the "free board" mentioned in the ad, and soon turn it into a three-ring circus. The only paying customer, Iradius P. Oglethorpe, informs Pat that the old chairs stored in the cellar are priceless antiques. Based on that, Pat refuses Higgins' second-and-higher offer, but soon learns that Oglethorpe is the village idiot and the chairs are worthless. Their ... Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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THEY WERE FULL OF FLASH - BUT NEVER FLUSH! (original poster-all caps) See more »

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1 April 1938 (USA)  »

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Adeus Broadway  »

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(Western Electric Mirrophonic Recording)

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