Klondike (August 30, 1932)
Released on August 30, 1932: Doctor Cromwell heads for the wilderness after his prominent patient dies following an experimental surgery, and heads for Japan to get away from it all, but runs into even more trouble.
Directed by Phil Rosen
Written by Trustram Tupper.
The Actors: Thelma Todd (Klondike), Lyle Talbot (Dr. Robert Cromwell), Henry B. Walthall (Mark Armstrong), Jason Robards Sr. (Jim Armstrong), Priscilla Dean (Miss Porter, reporter), Tully Marshall (editor Hinman), Pat O'Malley (Burke, newspaper man), Myrtle Stedman (nurse Fielding), Ethel Wales (Sadie Jones), George Gabby Hayes (Tom Ross), Frank Hawks (Captain Donald Evans), Earl Dwire (jury foreman), Henry Hall (Doctor Lucas), Lafe McKee (Seth), Henry Roquemore (court clerk).
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This movie brought all of those memories back, as I watched Lyle Talbot playing the part of a doctor who lost a prominent patient and then his license because it was believed that he killed the patient. His odyssey took him from New York to the wilds of Vancouver, Canada, where disaster and bad luck seemed to follow him. But pop your white kernel corn with a smile, and drizzle warm melted butter on it, and munch it with joy, because like my disasters, with a steady resolve and a good heart, they will only lead to a better day.
|Henry B. Walthall||Henry B. Walthall and Jason Robards Sr.|
|Henry B. Walthall and Thelma Todd||Henry Hall and Myrtle Stedman|
|Jason Robards Sr.||Jason Robards Sr.|
|Jason Robards Sr. and Thelma Todd||Lyle Talbot|
|Lyle Talbot, 1932||Lyle Talbot and Frank Hawks|
|Lyle Talbot and Henry B. Walthall||Lyle Talbot and Myrtle Stedman|
|Lyle Talbot and Priscilla Dean||Lyle Talbot and Priscilla Dean|
|Lyle Talbot and Thelma Todd||Lyle Talbot and Thelma Todd|
|Thelma Todd||Thelma Todd|
|Thelma Todd and Ethel Wales||Thelma Todd and Lyle Talbot|
|Thelma Todd||Thelma Todd|
|Tully Marshall and Pat O'Malley|