The World Accuses (November 12, 1934)
Released on November 12, 1934: (running time 58 minutes) A young mother searches for her son, who was taken from her by her witchy mother-in-law.
Directed by Charles Lamont
Written by Charles Belden
The Actors: Vivian Tobin (Lola Weymouth), Dickie Moore (Tommy Weymouth), Cora Sue Collins (Pat Collins), Russell Hopton (Hugh Collins), Harold Huber (Checkers Fraley), Mary Carr (Mrs. Warren), Paul Fix (John Weymouth), Sarah Edwards (Lucille Weymouth), Robert Elliott (Lieutenant Ryan), Jameson Thomas (Jerome Rogers, Lucille's custody attorney), Bryant Washburn (attorney Barrett, estate lawyer), Robert Frazer (attorney Hopper, Lola's custody lawyer), Broderick O'Farrell (Doctor Jarvis), Lloyd Ingraham (the judge), Jane Keckley (Nora, Lucille's maid), Barbara Bedford (Martha Rankin, day care nurse)
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Her Name Was Lola, . . . She Was an Actress . . .
You may remember Paul Fix as the Marshal on The Rifleman television show, or you may remember him from some of his hundreds of appearances in cowboy westerns. He was one of the actors whose face you recognize, and whose voice you recognize, but you just can’t remember his name. He was usually a critical character in the story, but seldom the focus of the story.
Wilhelm Fix and his wife immigrated to New York from the Black Forest of Germany, and Wilhelm was a wealthy master brewer of fine beer until his death. His son Peter Paul Fix was born in 1901, and grew up on the estate that also housed the family brewery.When Peter Paul was a teenager his father died, the brewery was closed, and America was entering the First World War, so Peter Paul joined the Navy. After the war he lived with his sister in Zanesville, Ohio and married his Ohio sweetheart.
Peter Paul Fix had no idea what he wanted to do for a living, but he did know that he didn’t like the cold snowy Ohio winters, so he and his young bride went to sunny California and by chance settled in Hollywood. He became friends with another fellow looking for work named Clark Gable, and the two of them were hired to act in a touring group putting on plays up and down the California coast.
This led to that and they both discovered the motion picture business. In 1931 Paul Fix appeared in a movie starring Loretta Young and John Wayne. He must have been a natural-born actor, because even though he only had a small part in the movie, Loretta Young suggested that he chat with John Wayne and give him some acting tips. John Wayne and Paul Fix became fast friends, and it was Fix who suggested that John Wayne develop a unique screen trademark, and suggested a unique ‘rolling walk’ that became Wayne’s trademark gait.
John Wayne became much more famous than Paul Fix, but Wayne included Fix in as many of his movies as he could, and Paul Fix once remarked that John Wayne was often too generous, just like Wayne’s father.
In this adventure, a very young Paul Fix is the new husband of the leading lady, Vivian Tobin. He comes from a wealthy Fifth Avenue family, and she was an actress on Broadway. His mother will do whatever is necessary to separate them, especially now that they have a little baby boy. His wealthy mother thinks that an actress is an unfit mate for her son, and an unfit mother for her grandson. Poor Paul Fix, stuck in the middle. He has Mother-in-law with money and attitude, a Wife with a past, and will soon meet a murdering gangster. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Cora Sue Collins
Cora Sue Collins and Dickie Moore
Dickie Moore and Cora Sue Collins
Harold Huber and Vivian Tobin
Paul Fix, Harold Huber, Vivian Tobin
Robert Frazer and Vivian Tobin
Russell Hopton and Vivian Tobin
Vivian Tobin and Russell Hopton
Vivian Tobin and Bryant Washington
Vivian Tobin and Mary Carr