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The Jones Family in Hollywood (1939)

Father goes to an American Legion convention in Hollywood and the family goes along, visiting a studio a causing havoc on the set.

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Jed Prouty ...
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Jack Jones (as Ken Howell)
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Florence Roberts ...
Billy Mahan ...
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Alice Morley
Marvin Stephens ...
Hamilton MacFadden ...
Townsend - Director
Matt McHugh ...
Charlie
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Father goes to an American Legion convention in Hollywood and the family goes along, visiting a studio a causing havoc on the set.

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2 June 1939 (USA)  »

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A Família Jones em Hollywood  »

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William Beaudine began the screenplay but withdrew from the project, leaving it unfinished. Harold Tarshis finished the screenplay and received credit for it. Beaudine did not. See more »

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Followed by On Their Own (1940) See more »

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There were 17 Jones Family films, not just one.
28 October 2005 | by (NORTHRIDGE, CA.) – See all my reviews

The 'reviewer' above states that The Jones Family in Hollywood was the only 'entry' in the Jones Family saga. Not so-not even close. According to the IMDb, there were 17 Jones Family films, and all were made in the span of 3 or 4 years, which is astounding! Jed Prouty always played the Dad, and though I haven't seen more than a couple of these fun but silly films, I believe that most of the films starred the same cast. Wish more were available on the rental market!

I recently met Sid Kibrick, who not only played the youngest son in the Jones sagas, he was WOIM, Butch's sidekick in fourteen episodes of the Our Gang shorts.


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