Daniel 'Snug' Dominy
Eufraznee 'Bean' McGill
Robert 'Roarer' McGill
|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
Mac - a Lumberjack (uncredited)
Sheriff Tod Bursom (uncredited)
|G. Pat Collins||...||
Mike Malone (uncredited)
Stable Hand - Tony (uncredited)
Ches Forrester (uncredited)
Frank the Barber (uncredited)
Judge Stillwell (uncredited)
Girl leaving Church Service (uncredited)
Joe the Barber (uncredited)
Mrs. Lucy McGill (uncredited)
|F. Hugh Herbert|
|F. Hugh Herbert||...||(screenplay)|
|George Agnew Chamberlain||...||(novel)|
|Cyril J. Mockridge||...||(as Cyril Mockridge)|
|Ernest Palmer||...||director of photography|
|J. Watson Webb Jr.||...||(uncredited)|
|Harmon Jones||...||editorial supervisor|
|Bernie Cooper||...||montage: second unit (uncredited)|
|Lyle R. Wheeler||...||(as Lyle Wheeler)|
|Ben Nye||...||makeup artist|
|Myrtle Ford||...||hair stylist (uncredited)|
|Ernie Parks||...||makeup artist (uncredited)|
|Frank Prehoda||...||makeup artist (uncredited)|
|Robert E. Goux||...||unit production manager (uncredited)|
|Raymond A. Klune||...||production manager (uncredited)|
|Bert Briskin||...||assistant director (uncredited)|
|Eli Dunn||...||assistant director (uncredited)|
|Don B. Greenwood||...||property master (uncredited)|
|Roger Heman Sr.||...||sound (as Roger Heman)|
|Fred Sersen||...||special photographic effects|
|Walter Castle||...||photographer: second unit (uncredited)|
|Roy Ivey||...||camera operator (uncredited)|
|Eddie Ledgerwood||...||grip (uncredited)|
|Ray Nolan||...||still photographer (uncredited)|
|Charles Le Maire||...||wardrobe director|
|Sam Benson||...||wardrobe supervisor (uncredited)|
|Herbert W. Spencer||...||orchestrator (as Herbert Spencer)|
|Maurice De Packh||...||orchestrator (uncredited)|
|Leonard Doss||...||associate technicolor color director|
|Natalie Kalmus||...||technicolor color director|
|Michael Audley||...||dialogue director (uncredited)|
|Rose Steinberg||...||script supervisor (uncredited)|
- Twentieth Century Fox (1948) (United States) (theatrical)
- Technicolor (color)
Light-hearted, old-style romance about a farm-hand who arranges to buy a pair of mules from his employer. No one is able to handle the mules and he must train them. Adding to his dilemma, he pursues his boss's daughter who gets her kicks out of keeping him guessing about her true feelings. Of course, at the end he tames both the mules and the girl.
Written by Kieran Lee
|Taglines||A 20th Century-Fox encore hit ! See more »|
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|Trivia||This is generally considered to be the "screen debut" of Marilyn Monroe, although most of her footage was cut. She is visible just for a fleeting second or less as she descends the church steps and says, "Hi Rad," to June Haver's character as everyone is coming out of church on Sunday morning. See more »|
|Movie Connections||Featured in Marilyn Monroe: The Mortal Goddess (1994). See more »|
|Soundtracks||Blow the Man Down See more »|
Daniel 'Snug' Dominy:
[he sits down at the table]
Sorry I'm late
Judith Dominy: Get that dog outta here
Daniel 'Snug' Dominy: Oh, leave him be. He won't hurt none
Judith Dominy: Get that dog out of my house!
Milt Dominy: Your house? Your House! You leave the dog stay
Judith Dominy: I said I want the dog out of the house
Milt Dominy: I say the dog stays. Did you hear me?
Daniel 'Snug' Dominy: Yes, sir. I heard ya. Get down, Ruff. Boy am I hungry! Hey, where are my hot cakes?
Judith Dominy: You're late. This is a farm, not a hotel
Milt Dominy: Fix the boy his breakfast
Judith Dominy: Let him fix it his-self
Milt Dominy: Woman, I'm sickened to death with your harp'...
Judith Dominy: I ain't a gonna waste no more of my life...
[they shout over each other]
Milt Dominy: For once in your life, your gonna shut up and listen me. Nine year ago, my Marti died. You was all for joining hands and a home. You and your boy, Stretch here, along with me and Snug. No sugar-cured ham was ever smoother to the taste until you got me hog-tied in marriage
Stretch Dominy: Nobody held a gun in your ribs
Milt Dominy: But from that moment to this here, your clammer-hammer tongue ain't never ceased a-swinging like an old cow's tail. It ain't so much the fact that your a woman keeps me from beating you up, it's the thought of how much you and this worthless son of yours would like to land me in jail. Tell you what I'm going to do with you. I'm through
[he gets up]
Milt Dominy: I'm getting out. I stuck it out as long as Snug here was little and needed care - even such care as you've give' him. But that day has gone - and I'm going with it. I never should have quit the sea and I'm shipping back to sea again right this minute.
Judith Dominy: You don't daerst.
Judith Dominy: You're afraid. The years ashore have made you soft. Like a fly drown-ded in honey, you'll be stuck here till you die
Milt Dominy: I'll show you how soft I be. I'll show you how stuck I be.
[he gets his hat and coat from the closet]
Milt Dominy: You watch me. You watch me walk out that door right now with nought but my two feet and my two good hands. You just watch me. And I ain't a-coming back
Daniel 'Snug' Dominy: Atta Boy, Pa!
[he runs to join his father]
Judith Dominy: I done it! I run him out. I run him out good and his brat along with him.
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