A happily married couple has been trying to have a baby with no luck. They discover that the husband is sterile. Their family doctor suggests that they think about artificial insemination, ... See full summary »
W. Merle Connell
Philanthropist Paul Lorenz is one of the more public faces in the fight against behavior that spreads the many "social diseases", such as syphilis and gonorrhea. An example of such behavior... See full summary »
A rich society mother hires a male escort, but he falls for her daughter instead. The mother-daughter conflict forces the daughter to run off to stay with a friend who is enslaved by a prostitution ring.
Following this film's release, it was reported that Jed Buell planned to use the same cast in a film version of the story of Paul Bunyan (with a large gentleman playing Bunyan). It is assumed this idea never got past the pre-production phase. See more »
When Buck Lawson stops the stage coach and then drives it away, he leaves his horse behind. See more »
And that's a fact. Now, most 'B' westerns in the 30's were awful. They had bad acting, stale plots, and non-existent budgets. This film suffers from all of these things, but it's the midgets who really mess it up. You see, this film was supposed to be a novelty item in '38, and it still is, but the acting is even worse than a regular 'B' western. As if that wasn't enough, there's unfunny comedy throughout. All of this helps to detract from this films novelty. Not to mention that some of the 'midgets' look more like children, leading me to believe that the filmmakers couldn't find enough actors willing to make fun of themselves. A definite film oddity, worth a look out of curiosity, but nothing else.
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