Night Work (August 3, 1930)

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Night Work
 

Released on August 3, 1930: The assistant window dresser for a large New York City department store becomes involved with an orphanage and a young orphan who may be the illegitimate grandson of a wealthy industrialist.

Produced by E.B. Derr

Directed by Russell Mack

The Actors: Eddie Quillan (Willie Musher), Sally Starr (Mary Robbins), Frances Upton (Aggie), John T. Murray (Calloway, window dressing department boss), Tom Keene (Harvey Vanderman), Ben Bard (Pinkie), Robert McWade (Phil Reisman, department store manager), Douglas Scott (Oscar the orphan), Addie McPhail (Daisy), Kit Guard (Squint), Georgia Caine (Mrs. Ten Eyck), Georgie Billings (Buster), Charles Clary (Mr. Vanderman), Tom Dugan (Johnny Harris), Arthur Hoyt (George Twining), Billie Bennett (Miss Brown), Tempe Pigott (Flora), Ruth Lyons (Miss Allenby), Nora Lane (Arlene Ogalthorpe), Marjorie Kane (cabaret singer), John Mack (Biff Miller), Arthur Lovejoy (effeminate man), Marion Ballou (Mrs. Morgan), Martha Mattox (Mrs. McEvoy), James Donlan (Mr. McEvoy), Harry Bowen (cab driver), Ruth Hiatt (Violet Harris), Vince Barnett (headwaiter), Irving Bacon (unknown), Anita Garvin (unknown), Joseph Kane (uncredited film editor for the movie)

 
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The April Fool . . .

Albert Einstein explained many things that moved us far into the future, but I remember him for one of his sayings that is ripe with hidden meaning. One day he asked a visitor if he lived in a friendly universe or a universe that is very unfriendly . . . I do not know who what the visitor responded, but Albert Einstein went on to declare that no matter what each of us answers, we are correct. Our perception of whether the fates of life treat us well or treat us badly will attract into our lives exactly what we expect. Willie Musher, played by actor Eddie Quillan, thinks he lives in a beautiful universe . . . Now, don't misunderstand . . . The same disasters that fall into every life hit Willie's life also . . . But Willie handles life differently . . . He plants seeds of love, joy, honesty and a great work-ethic, and when disaster after disaster strikes, he winds up with people who are honest with him, and love him, and respect his hard work, and he winds up better off after each disaster than before. Albert Einstein was visiting America in 1933 when he decided to stay and become a citizen, so he wasn't even in the country when this movie was released, but it embodies the meaning of his philosophy about every person receiving into their lives exactly what they expect in their subconscious minds, fitting in neatly with the philosophy of the power of positive thinking. There is another fellow connected with this movie that lived in a pretty good universe . . . Joe Kane played the cello in a California orchestra who was fascinated with the new invention of moving pictures, and in 1926 he left the orchestra behind and began editing film clips into full movies for Mascot studios. He is the uncredited film editor in for this movie. This led to that and he started directing movies, and Joseph Kane became the director of choice for the classic age of cowboy western movies, directing John Wayne, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry and others. You can watch a few dozen of his films that have become public domain from the links listed under his name here: Joseph Kane Movies. Now it is time to pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Douglas Scott, Eddie Quillan and Sally Starr
Douglas Scott, Eddie Quillan and Sally Starr
Ben Bard and Addie McPhail
Ben Bard and Addie McPhail
Charles Clary
Charles Clary
Eddie Quillan
Eddie Quillan
Eddie Quillan and Addie McPhail
Eddie Quillan and Addie McPhail
Eddie Quillan, Douglas Scott and Sally Starr
Eddie Quillan, Douglas Scott and Sally Starr
Eddie Quillan and Vince Barnett
Eddie Quillan and Vince Barnett
Eddie Quillan
Eddie Quillan
Eddie Quillan and Sally Starr
Eddie Quillan and Sally Starr
Eddie Quillan takes some Castor Oil
Eddie Quillan takes some Castor Oil
Eddie Quillan and Douglas Scott
Eddie Quillan and Douglas Scott
Eddie Quillan
Eddie Quillan
Frances Upton and Eddie Quillan
Frances Upton and Eddie Quillan
Frances Upton and Tom Dugan
Frances Upton and Tom Dugan
Frances Upton and Eddie Quillan
Frances Upton and Eddie Quillan
Frances Upton
Frances Upton
Georgia Caine, Eddie Quilllan and Sally Starr
Georgia Caine, Eddie Quilllan and Sally Starr
Georgia Caine
Georgia Caine
Georgie Billings
Georgie Billings
Harry Bowen
Harry Bowen
Marion Ballou
Marion Ballou
Marjorie Kane
Marjorie Kane
Robert McWade and Eddie Quillan
Robert McWade and Eddie Quillan
Robert McWade and John T. Murray
Robert McWade and John T. Murray
Robert McWade
Robert McWade
Sally Starr, Douglas Scott and Eddie Quillan
Sally Starr, Douglas Scott and Eddie Quillan
Sally Starr
Sally Starr
Tom Keene and Charles Clary
Tom Keene and Charles Clary
Vince Barnett
Vince Barnett