A Man of Sentiment (September 15, 1933)

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William Bakewell and Marian Marsh in A Man of Sentiment
 

Released on September 15, 1933: A man and woman fall in love at first sight, but everyone in their universe tries to keep them apart except one old fool with a sentimental heart.

Produced by George R. Batcheller Jr.

Directed by Richard Thorpe

The Actors: Marian Marsh (Julia Wilkens), Owen Moore (Stanley Colton), Christian Rub (Herman Heupelkos), William Bakewell (John Russell), Emma Dunn (Mrs. Russell Sr.), Edmund Breese (John Russell Sr.), Geneva Mitchell (Doris Russell), Pat O'Malley (Officer Regan), Syd Saylor (orderly Swede), Lucille Ward (Miss Tracy), Cornelius Keefe (Doctor Jordan), Otto Hoffman (landlord), Matt McHugh (orderly Alex Moran), Lionel Backus (Superintendant Orderly), William Bailey (Doctor), John Beck (Beck the butler), Almeda Fowler (nurse), Frank LaRue (Sergeant Muldoon), Arthur Millett (bill collector), Dick Rush (ambulance driver Barney), Mildred Washington (Mildred the maid)

 
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Ever bump into someone and fall in love at first sight? Young John Russell, a bit tipsy in the days when drinking is illegal, rounds a corner in his automobile a bit faster than he should have been going and boom . . . he bumps into young Julia Wilkens, played by Marian Marsh. John Russell, played by William Bakewell, rushes the young unconscious girl to the hospital where the doctors start working on her, and John talks with old Herman Heupelkossel, an old-timer at the hospital who has a kindly heart for anyone with a sob story. John is ready to take his medicine for running into the young girl, and is ready to do time to pay for his drunken accident, but old sentimental Herman convinces him that if he is in jail he won't be able to help the young girl, but if he is not convicted of a crime he might be able to help the young girl. Herman coaches the young boy into not volunteering the information that he has been drinking alcohol in Prohibition days when it is illegal, but what if the policeman smells his breath? Herman tells the young man to drink some hot coffee and eat a big chunk of his limburger cheese, and young Johnny is not even suspected of drinking when the policeman interviews him. Johnny visits Julia in the hospital and it is love at first sight for both. When Julia gets out of the hospital Johnny quickly asks her to marry him, and this leads to that and Johnny takes Julia home to meet the folks . . . . Yes . . . You know even before I tell you . . . Johnny belongs to a very wealthy family, and they accuse Julia of being a gold-digger out to trap Johnny and his inheritance, so the wedding is off, Johnny and Julia split up, and Johnny goes back to drinking himself stupid every night. Can Julia and Johnny find happiness with everything and everyone in the world betting on their failure? Can the love of a good woman conquer every mountain of adversity and bring happiness to the young couple? And who in the world is this Stanley Colton that Julia was on her way to meet and marry when she got hit by Johnny's car? How will he complicate the love between Johnny and Julia? Will the bell in the hospital ring again for Julia and Johnny? It may take an old fool . . . a man of sentiment . . . to put things right between Johnny and Julia. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Christian Rub
Christian Rub
Christian Rub and Edmund Breese
Christian Rub and Edmund Breese
Christian Rub and Edmund Breese
Christian Rub and Edmund Breese
Christian Rub and Lucille Ward
Christian Rub and Lucille Ward
Christian RUb and William Bakewell
Christian RUb and William Bakewell
Cornelius Keefe
Cornelius Keefe
Dick Rush
Dick Rush
Edmund Breese
Edmund Breese
Edmund Breese, Emma Dunn and Geneva Mitchell
Edmund Breese, Emma Dunn and Geneva Mitchell
Emma Dunn and Geneva Mitchell
Emma Dunn and Geneva Mitchell
Frank LaRue and Christian Rub
Frank LaRue and Christian Rub
Lucille Ward
Lucille Ward
Marian Marsh
Marian Marsh
Marian Marsh, Emma Dunn and William Bakewell
Marian Marsh, Emma Dunn and William Bakewell
Marian Marsh and Owen Moore
Marian Marsh and Owen Moore
Marian Marsh and William Bakewell
Marian Marsh and William Bakewell
Marian Marsh
Marian Marsh
Mildred Washington
Mildred Washington
Mildred Washington and Arthur Millett
Mildred Washington and Arthur Millett
Otto Hoffman and Marian Marsh
Otto Hoffman and Marian Marsh
Owen Moore
Owen Moore
Syd Saylor, Matt McHugh and Christian Rub
Syd Saylor, Matt McHugh and Christian Rub
Syd Saylor and Matt McHugh
Syd Saylor and Matt McHugh
William Bakewell
William Bakewell
William Bakewell and Christian Rub
William Bakewell and Christian Rub
William Bakewell and Emma Dunn
William Bakewell and Emma Dunn
William Bakewell and Geneva Mitchell
William Bakewell and Geneva Mitchell
William Bakewell and Marian Marsh
William Bakewell and Marian Marsh
William Bakewell
William Bakewell