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Red Lights Ahead (November 29, 1936)

Red Lights Ahead

Released on November 29, 1936: (running time 67 minutes) Grandpa teaches his lazy grandchildren the value of working for what you want in life.

Produced by George R. Batcheller

Directed by Roland D. Reed

The Actors: Andy Clyde (Grandpa Hopkins), Lucile Gleason (Molly 'Ma' Wallace), Roger Imhof (Pa Wallace), Ben Alexander (George Wallace), Ann Doran (Mary Wallace), Frank Coghlan Jr. (Willie Wallace), Paula Stone (Edna Wallace), Jack Randall (Nordingham), Sam Flint (Franklin Q. Whitney), Eleanor Stewart (Celeste the maid), Herbert Clifton (Perkins), Gordon De Main (detective), Lester Dorr (Charles the chauffeur), Jack W. Johnston (lodge member), Matty Kemp (Jerry Carruthers), Lafe McKee (lodge member), Robert McKenzie (Joe Digan, lodge member)


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Learning to Create faster than we Consume

One of the wealthiest men that I have met owns a pawn shop. He buys and sells second hand items that people don't want or cannot afford any more. From lowly 'junk' he earns more than most of us could imagine. One of my mentors, Bob Proctor, was a fireman in Toronto, Canada without a high school education when he discovered that he could mop floors as well as anyone. He got janitor jobs on the side and after a few years was the head of his own international janitorial company and making a fortune.

The lesson here is not that you can only get rich by doing something considered 'lowly' - plenty of people get rich discovering gold and oil also. The lesson is to discover the skill or passion or talent that you have and love, and work it every day to the best of your abilities. It matters little what the skill is - the important thing is that you are passionate about it. If you are passionate about it, you can learn how to do it better than anyone around you, and you can learn how to create value for others that they will be happy to pay you for. You don't need to cheat anyone . . . you don't need to con anyone . . . you don't need to deceive anyone.

The skills and talents that you can develop by following your passion are much more valuable than you could ever imagine. And take it from an old fart who learned this very late in life and wishes that someone had taught him these truths when he was much younger . . . if you are not taking steps towards your passion every day . . . Sheesh . . . if you haven't even sat quietly and asked yourself what your life passion is, and waited quietly for the answer . . . you are cheating yourself and everyone around you out of abundant spiritual peace, monetary wealth, and physical health that are there for the taking. Just watch Grandpa in this movie, and read between the lines. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Addison Randall
Addison Randall lays the soft soap talk on real thick to Lucile Gleason and Ann Doran
Andy Clyde
Andy Clyde as Grandpa Hopkins - everyone thinks he is an old, senile fool.
Ann Doran and Addison Randall
Ann Doran and Addison Randall
Ben Alexander and Roger Imhof
Ben Alexander and Roger Imhof
Ben Alexander
Ben Alexander sings as he shaves, while the girls want into the only bath room in the house.
Eleanor Stewart adn Frank Coghlan Jr.
Frank Coghlan Jr. has fallen in love with the phoney French maid, played by Eleanor Stewart
Frank Coghlan Jr. and Ann Doran
Frank Coghlan Jr. and Ann Doran argue over using the bathroom
Herbert Clifton and Ann Doran
Ann Doran practices her French with the butler, played by Herbert Clifton
Herbert Clifton and Ben Alexander
Ben Alexander tries to impress the butler with his amazing radio voice.
Herbert Clifton and Lucile Gleason
Herbert Clifton and Lucile Gleason at the breakfast table
Lafe McKee
Lafe McKee is the door guard for the meeting of the Whale Lodge.
Lucile Gleason and Andy Clyde
Lucile Gleason watches Andy Clyde belt down a swallow of the alcohol 'tonic' he always has with him.
Lucile Gleason and Ann Doran
Lucille Gleason and Ann Doran
Lucile Gleason and Paula Stone
Lucile Gleason and Paula Stone
Lucile Gleason
Lucile Gleason as Molly 'Ma' Wallace
Paula Stone and Ann Doran
Paula Stone and Ann Doran with Ann's crystal ball
Paula Stone and Matty Kemp
Paula Stone and Matty Kemp
Paula Stone
Paula Stone as daughter Edna Wallace
Roger Imhof and Andy Clyde
Andy Clyde looks at the Bee Hive lodge hat on Roger Imhof
Rober Imhof and Lucile Gleason
Roger Imhof and Lucile Gleason
Roger Imhof
Roger Imhof, as Pa Wallace, gets home from work
Lucile Gleason and Roger Imhof
Lucile Gleason likes her man Roger Imhof in his Whale Lodge uniform.
Sam Flint, Gordon De Main and Addison Randall
Gordon De Main is the police detective that exposes Sam Flint and Addison Randall as scheming gangsters.
Sam Flint and Robert McKenzie
Sam Flint and Robert McKenzie try to sell Pa Wallace some worthless gold mine stock.
Sam Flint
Sam Flint, as Franklin Q. Whitney, head of the Whale Lodge
The Wallace family listens to the radio
The Wallace family gathers around the radio to hear George Wallace on his first job as a radio announcer.