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The Richest Man in Town (1941)

Approved | | Comedy | 2 August 1941 (USA)
Town banker Abb Crothers (Frank Craven) and small-town newspaper publisher Pete Martin (Edgar Buchanan) are basically friends, but are forever feuding, as neither man's views on any given ... See full summary »

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Abb Crothers
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Pete Martin
Eileen O'Hearn ...
Mary Martin
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Tom Manning
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Jack Leslie
George McKay ...
Jerry Ross
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Bill
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Penelope Kidwell
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Ozzie Williams
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Cliff Smithers
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Frederick Johnson
Joel Friedkin ...
Ed Gunther
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Berton
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Frank the Barber
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Dr. Dickinson
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Town banker Abb Crothers (Frank Craven) and small-town newspaper publisher Pete Martin (Edgar Buchanan) are basically friends, but are forever feuding, as neither man's views on any given subject match the other's belief. Their friendship is severely tested when Martin prints an obituary on Crothers...who is very much alive and kicking. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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