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Sons of Steel (December 15, 1934)

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Sons of Steel
 

Released on December 15, 1934: Two boys grow up together, one with every luxury that wealth can provide and the other with only the basic needs of life obtained by hard struggle.

Produced by George R. Batcheller

Directed by Charles Lamont

The Actors: Charles Starrett (Phillip Mason), Polly Ann Young (Rose Mason), William Bakewell (Ronald Chadburne), Walter Walker (John Chadburne), Holmes Herbert (Curtis Chadburne), Richard Carlyle (Tom Mason), Florence Roberts (Sarah Mason), Aileen Pringle (Enid Chadburne), Adolph Milar (Stanislaus), Edgar Norton (Higgins, Curtis Chadburne's butler), Barbara Bedford (Miss Peters), Tom Ricketts (Williams, John Chadburne's butler), Frank LaRue (foreman Mike), Al Thompson (Carson), Harry Semels (Ryan), Jack Shutta (warehouse manager), Lloyd Ingraham (draftsman), Edward LeSaint (Mr. Herman), Don Brodie (interviewer), Jack Herrick (gatekeeper), Fred Parker (laborer)

 
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Young Men and Old Fools

Papa was a preacher in small churches and he never had a formal office to counsel people in, so often he would listen to problems and give spiritual guidance in the living room while I sat quietly doing homework at the dining room table. Of course I would watch and listen and wonder . . . . Maybe my curiosity was in me from birth, or maybe it grew from those days, but I have always enjoyed watching and wondering about what makes people tick. I was, and still am, more of a wallflower than the star of a party, and that is largely by choice. I get great pleasure from sitting in the corner and watching people . . . Listening to what they say, and how they say it. . . . Wondering what experiences in their lives made them the way that they were.

In this adventure two millionaire brothers who own a steel mill each have a baby boy. One brother brings his son up in the family mansion, with servants and every good thing that any human could ever want or desire. His brother gives his baby boy to a poor machinist who works in his steel mill. The poor boy grows up with only the basic needs of life, always working and struggling for his next dollar. The poor boy knows that his is adopted, but does not know that his real father is one of the two millionaire brothers who owns the town steel mill. The two brothers each believe that their son will be the better man when they are adult. Both boys graduate from the same college on the same day . . . . The poor son has a few dollars in his pocket and the clothes on his back after working several jobs during his college years to get by. The wealthy son has a brand new foreign convertible automobile parked outside the college dorm that is a gift from his parents. The question that fuels this story, and fuels it quite well, is . . . . . Which man will be successful and happy one year later . . . . And I will tell you that for me the answer was very surprising and unexpected . . . . I still have so much to learn about the stuff that makes us tick . . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Adolph Milar and Richard Carlyle
Adolph Milar and Richard Carlyle
Adolph Milar
Adolph Milar
Aileen Pringle and William Bakewell
Aileen Pringle and William Bakewell
Aileen Pringle
Aileen Pringle
Barbara Bedford
Barbara Bedford
Charles Starrett
Charles Starrett
Charles Starrett, Polly Ann Young and William Bakewell
Charles Starrett, Polly Ann Young and William Bakewell
Charles Starrett and William Bakewell
Charles Starrett and William Bakewell
Charles Starrett and Walter Walker
Charles Starrett and Walter Walker
Charles Starrett and Walter Walker
Charles Starrett and Walter Walker
Charles Starrett
Charles Starrett
Credit Screen for Charles Starrett
Credit Screen for Charles Starrett
Credit Screen for Florence Roberts
Credit Screen for Florence Roberts
Credit Screen for Polly Ann Young
Credit Screen for Polly Ann Young
Credit Screen for Richard Carlyle
Credit Screen for Richard Carlyle
Credit Screen for Walter Walker
Credit Screen for Walter Walker
Credit Screen for William Bakewell
Credit Screen for William Bakewell
Credit Screen for Holmes Herbert
Credit Screen for Holmes Herbert
Edgar Norton
Edgar Norton
Florence Roberts and Richard Carlyle
Florence Roberts and Richard Carlyle
Frank LaRue and Charles Starrett
Frank LaRue and Charles Starrett
Holmes Herbert and Walter Walker
Holmes Herbert and Walter Walker
Holmes Herbert
Holmes Herbert
Polly Ann Young
Polly Ann Young
Richard Carlyle
Richard Carlyle
Richard Carlyle and Charles Starrett
Richard Carlyle and Charles Starrett
Richard Carlyle
Richard Carlyle
Walter Walker
Walter Walker
Walter Walker
Walter Walker
Walter Walker
Walter Walker
William Bakewell and Holmes Herbert
William Bakewell and Holmes Herbert
William Bakewell and Walter Walker
William Bakewell and Walter Walker
William Bakewell
William Bakewell