Mr. Boggs Steps Out (February 18, 1938)
Released February 18, 1938: (running time 67 minutes) Oliver Boggs is a nerd that knows all kinds of 'useless' trivia, and when he wins $1,500 guessing the number of beans in a barrel, he quits his job and searches for fame, fortune and romance in the small town of Peckham Falls.
Directed by Gordon Wiles
Written by Richard English
The Actors: Stuart Erwin (Oliver Boggs), Helen Chandler (Oleander Tubbs), Toby Wing (Irene Lee), Tully Marshall (Morton P. Ross), Spencer Charters (Angus Tubbs), Otis Harlan (taxi driver Abner Katz), Walter Byron (Dennis Andrews), Peter Potter (Bob DeBrette), Harry Tyler (Sam Mason the barber), Milburn Stone (Burns, the factory worker who speaks), Nora Cecil (Widow Peddia), Harrison Greene (Mr. Pry), Elliot Fisher (Tommy Mason), Eddie Kane (Theatre Manager), Wilson Benge (the butler), Mike Jeffries (the chauffeur), Isabel La Mal (Mrs. Mason), Betty Mack (Miss Feathrewell), Otto Hoffman (Jenkins), Ted Billings (angry laborer), Horace B. Carpenter (clapping townsman), Adabelle Driver (angry laborer), Charles Legneur (cheerleader), Bruce Mitchell (angry laborer), Walter Young (unknown)
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Life, Adventure, and Romance for a Barrel of Beans, and a Pickled Peach
The family history of Paul Wing was pure Maine Yankee, but when he was twenty years old, he married an eighteen-year-old girl with deep Confederate heritage in the Pohatan, Virginia Courthouse on Christmas day. After many years in the military, serving in the Panama Canal region, he moved to Los Angeles and became a motion picture director. His two daughters, Martha Virginia Wing and Gertrude Madison Wing, appeared in several motion pictures, but never became major stars.
Martha Wing borrowed the name of a family horse, and acted under the name “Toby Wing,” becoming typecast very early as the sexy but light-headed blonde beauty. In this story, she is the wealthy niece of the town’s big factory owner in Peckham Falls, Vermont.
Stuart Erwin is Oliver Boggs, a mild-mannered wimp of a fellow who knows more facts than anyone should ever know. He works for a research company that supplies statistics to large companies, and his head is filled with what most of the world would think is useless trivia. Thanks to his amazing analytical mind, he is able to guess the number of beans in a large barrel, winning a life-changing amount of money.
After much analysis, Mr. Boggs decides to invest his money in the perfect business, a barrel making shop in Peckham Falls, Vermont. Once there, he will first meet the sexy blonde Toby Wing, and then the pretty girl-next-door lady who works for the barrel company that he wants to buy. Oliver Boggs wants the beautiful sexy gal played by Toby Wing, but the girl-next-door gal, played by Helen Chandler, wants Oliver Boggs.
I wouldn’t have known this when I was younger, but time and experience has taught me that most men wind up with the gal that chases them, rather than the gal that they chase. I think it’s a matter of hunting skills and talents that are embedded in all of us by nature, or maybe not. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Helen Chandler and Stuart Erwin
Helen Chandler, Spencer Charters, Stuart Erwin
Helen Chandler, Stuart Erwin
Milburn Stone, Harry Tyler
Nora Cecil, Stuart Erwin
Otto Hoffman, Stuart Erwin
Peter Potter, Helen Chandler
Spencer Charters, Harry Tyler, Harrison Greene
Spencer Charters, Helen Chandler
Stuart Erwin, Helen Chandler
Stuart Erwin, Nora Cecil
Stuart Erwin, Spencer Charters
Stuart Erwin, Toby Wing
Stuart Erwin, Toby Wing
Toby Wing, Helen Chandler, Stuart Erwin
Tully Marshall, Peter Potter
Tully Marshall, Toby Wing
Tully Marshall, Walter Byron
Walter Byron, Tully Marshall