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Broken Dreams (October 20, 1933)

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Randolph Scott in Broken Dreams
 

Released on October 20, 1933: (running time 68 minutes) Randolph Scott is Dr. Morley, a man who abandoned his newborn son, but six hears later fights for custody from Mom and Pop Miller, who have raised him as their own.

Produced by Ben Verschleiser

Directed by Robert G. Vignola

The Actors: Randolph Scott (Doctor Robert Morley), Martha Sleeper (Martha Morley), Beryl Mercer (Aunt Hilda Miller), Joseph Cawthorn (Uncle John Miller), Buster Phelps (Billy Morley), Charlotte Merriam (Grace), Sidney Bracey (Hopkins), Adele St. Mauer (Mademoiselle), Phyllis Lee (nurse), Martin Burton (Paul), Clarence Geldart (Doctor Flemming), Edward LeSaint (Judge Harvey E. Blake), Finis Barton (Gladys), Sam Flint (Doctor Greenwood), George Nash (unknown), Bradley Page (unknown)

 
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The Father, His Son, and His New Wife

George Randolph Scott was born in 1898 to a wealthy family in Virginia. He attended private schools all his life and at the age of 19 he joined the army and fought in World War One. He served in France with a mortar battalion, learning to ride horses and use guns, which would serve him well when he became a famous cowboy star in the 1940’s.

His father went to the movies to watch his son every chance he could, but always claimed that he only watched his son acting because his son resembled his favorite actor, Wallace Reid. His mother refused to go to the movies at all, claiming that motion pictures were a passing fancy that would soon disappear. When her five daughters finally forced her to go with them to watch Randolph in a movie, she proclaimed that the actor on the screen couldn’t be her son. She was certain that the actor on screen was much older than her Randy, and not nearly as handsome.

In this story Randolph Scott is a doctor, and as our adventure opens, his wife is having their first baby. It is a healthy baby boy, but unfortunately his wife does not survive. The young doctor is shattered, and goes to Europe for four years, refusing to even look at his new baby boy. This leads to that, and he returns to America and becomes a noted baby doctor, and marries a beautiful young lady who wants no children. Everything is wonderful for the doctor in his new life, until his office nurse tells him that he has a visitor, - Aunt Hilda Miller and young Billy. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Buster Phelps
Buster Phelps
Randolph Scott and Martha Sleeper
Randolph Scott and Martha Sleeper
Adele St. Mauer
Adele St. Mauer
Beryl Mercer
Beryl Mercer
Beryl Mercer and Buster Phelps
Beryl Mercer and Buster Phelps
Beryl Mercer, Joseph Cawthorne, Randolph Scott
Beryl Mercer, Joseph Cawthorne, Randolph Scott
Beryl Mercer
Beryl Mercer
Buster Phelps
Buster Phelps
Edward LeSaint
Edward LeSaint
Joseph Cawthorn
Joseph Cawthorn
Joseph Cawthorn and Beryl Mercer
Joseph Cawthorn and Beryl Mercer
Joseph Cawthorn, Buster Phelps and Beryl Mercer in the judge's office
Joseph Cawthorn, Buster Phelps and Beryl Mercer in the judge's office
Martha Sleeper
Martha Sleeper
Martha Sleeper and Randolph Scott
Martha Sleeper and Randolph Scott
Martha Sleeper
Martha Sleeper
Martha Sleeper
Martha Sleeper
Randolph Scott
Randolph Scott
Randolph Scott and Beryl Mercer
Randolph Scott and Beryl Mercer
Randolph Scott and Buster Phelps in Broken Dreams
Randolph Scott and Buster Phelps in Broken Dreams
Randolph Scott and Martha Sleeper
Randolph Scott and Martha Sleeper
Randolph Scot and Martha Sleeper
Randolph Scot and Martha Sleeper
Randolph Scott
Randolph Scott
Sidney Bracey
Sidney Bracey
Sidney Brace and Buster Phelps
Sidney Brace and Buster Phelps