Park Avenue Logger (March 16, 1937)
Released on March 16, 1937: A Park Avenue millionaire industrialist sends his pampered sissy son to a lumber camp in Oregon to toughen him up.
Produced by George A. Hirliman
Directed by David Howard
Written by Bruce Hutchison, Daniel Jarrett and Ewing Scott
The Actors: George O'Brien (Grant Curran), Beatrice Roberts (Peggy O'Shea), Willard Robertson (Ben Morton), Ward Bond (Paul Sangar), Bert Hanlon (Nick), Gertrude Short (Margy MacLean), Lloyd Ingraham (Mike Curran), George Rosener (Matt O'Shea), Robert Emmett O'Connor (Police Sergeant), Brother Jonathan (wrestler), Al Baffert (logger), Hal K. Dawson (wrestling manager Joe), Lester Dorr (office worker), Frank Hagney (logger), Otto Hoffman (Justice of the Peace Wesley), Horace Murphy (taxi driver), Arthur Thalasso (contest official), Dave Wengren (logger)
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Bull-Hunks Knocking the Polish off of a Park Avenue Sissy Boy
As our adventure opens millionaire industrialist Mike Curran, played by Lloyd Ingraham, is inviting a prominent psychiatrist into his Park Avenue mansion. The millionaire is concerned about his son, and needs some advice.
Actor George O’Brien is Grant Curran, the son who just returned home after years of prep school abroad that was supervised by his aunt. Papa is concerned because his son is a sissy. Papa worked in the rough and tough business world and fears that his son will not be able to handle the business when he needs to.
Grant enjoys symphony orchestras and the more gentile things in life, but seems to have no guts. He is a smooth talking, sophisticated Park Avenue gentleman, and Papa knows that the rough and tough business world has no room for a successful sissy-boy.
Papa decides to send his sissy son to his lumber camp in Oregon and instructs his camp manager to knock the polish off of the boy and try to toughen him up a bit. This could turn into a real disaster for the sissy-boy, except for one thing.
Grant Curran has not only learned about the finer things of society while he was growing up in the exclusive finishing schools, but he has learned to fight. Unknown to his father, Grant is a professional wrestler fighting as the Masked Avenger, who can easily dispose of the strongest men in the world.
When sissy-boy Grant gets to Oregon he will not only be able to handle the tough guys who are cheating his father, but also win the heart of the young lady who runs another lumber camp nearby. The tough lumber-jack, bull-hunks of Oregon have no idea who they are messing with when they try to destroy the sissy-boy from Park Avenue. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Bert Hanlon and George O'Brien
Hal K. Dawson and George O'Brien
Lloyd Ingraham and Beatrice Roberts
Robert Emmett O'Connor
Ward Bond and Beatrice Roberts
Ward Bond and Willard Robertson