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Rough Necking (1934)

A young girl's father disapproves of her boyfriend and forbids her from seeing him. Defying her dad, she sneaks him into the house disguised as one of her "girlfriends". Unfortunately, one ... See full summary »

Director:

George Stevens

Writers:

Jack Townley (story), Fred Guiol (story)
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Cast

Cast overview:
June Brewster ... June Marshall
Carol Tevis Carol Tevis ... Carol Marshall
Grady Sutton ... Grady
Spencer Charters ... Mr. Marshall
Fred Kelsey ... Joe Cuttlehammer Sr.
George Chandler ... Joe Cuttlehammer Jr.
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A young girl's father disapproves of her boyfriend and forbids her from seeing him. Defying her dad, she sneaks him into the house disguised as one of her "girlfriends". Unfortunately, one of her father's friends sees "her" and immediately falls in love. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Short | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 April 1934 (USA) See more »

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RKO Radio Pictures See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Victor System)
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Texans Like 'Em Big
28 May 2018 | by bobliptonSee all my reviews

In this episode of RKO's THE BLONDES AND THE REDHEADS series, Spencer Charters drags Dorothy Granger out of a nightclub and away from Grady Sutton. He hires a woman detective to keep an eye on her, so Carol Tevis and Dorothy have Grady dress in drag to impersonate the detective. In come Texans Fred Kelsey and George Chandler, ready to marry young George to Dorothy, so the girls pass Grady off as Dorothy... and Mr. Charters likes the hefty detectress too.

This episode starts a little slow, but once Kelsey and Chandler enter, it picks up speed with a good final third and a funny finish under the direction of George Stevens, who would soon be graduating to features, in this series which, despite the Production Code, still made it clear it was talking about sex. It's good to see Fred Kelsey, who specialized in dumb cops, in a different role.


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