The Stoker (June 15, 1932)
Released June 15, 1932: A millionaire businessman betrayed and abandoned by his wife gets a job as a coal stoker on a ship headed for South America..
Produced by M.H. Hoffman and M.H. Hoffman Jr.
Directed by Chester M. Franklin
Written by Peter B. Kyne with screen play by F. Hugh Herbert
The Actors: Monte Blue (Dick Martin), Dorothy Burgess (Margarita Valdez), Noah Beery (Santini), Natalie Moorhead (Vera Martin), Richard Tucker (Alan Ballard), Clarence Geldart (Senor Valdez), Charles Stevens (Ernesto, Santini henchman), Harry J. Vejar (jailer), Chris-Pin Martin (Chief of Police), Julia Bejarano (Valdez servant), Allan Cavan (Crittenden, board of directors), Bud Osborne (seaman), Blackie Whiteford (seaman Blackie)
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Gerald Montgomery ‘Monte’ Bluefeather was born twenty years after the Civil War ended. His father was Cherokee and Osage Indian and half French, working as a scout for Buffalo Bill Cody and later fighting in the Civil War. After the war Monte’s father became a railroad engineer. When Monte was eight years old his father was killed in a train accident, and Monte was given to a local orphanage because his mother could not afford to care for all of her children.
After working his way through Purdue University, Monte worked many hard-labor jobs before becoming a casual day-laborer for the new motion picture studios of D.W. Griffith. Soon he was acting in front of the camera, and also assisting the director when not on screen. His final job in the early 1960’s was as the advance marketing man for the Hamid-Morton Shrine Circus, after more than three hundred appearances in front of a camera.
On July 29, 1932, less than a month after this movie premiered, he was in the wings of a stage production when he noticed that one of the chorus girls’ costumes was on fire. He rushed onto the stage, ripping the burning costume off of the chorus girl, saving her from severe burns.
In this adventure he is a wealthy New York City businessman who needs the help of his wife to buy out his partners. Unfortunately, she not only refuses to sign the documents allowing him to keep his business, she informs him that she is getting a divorce and is having an affair with the family lawyer.
He is so distraught over his wife’s actions that he takes a job as a stoker on a ship headed for South America. His goal is to get as far away from manipulative women as he can. No woman will ever deceive him again, no, not ever. Then he meets a young Latino lady with stars in her eyes and nothing but affection for the tall Americano who hates women. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Monte Blue stoking the flames
Dorothy Burgess, Monte Blue
Dorothy Burgess, Monte Blue
Julia Bejarano, Dorothy Burgess
Monte Blue, Dorothy Burgess
Natalie Moorhead, Monte Blue
Noah Beery arm-wrestles Monte Blue