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Son of the Navy (March 30, 1940)

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Jean Parker and James Dunn in Son of the Navy
 

Released on March 30, 1940: (running time 1 hour and 11 minutes) James Dunn is a sailor who is late getting back to his ship, so he teams up with a young boy to hitch hike faster.

Produced by Scott R. Dunlap and Grant Withers

Directed by William Nigh

The Actors: Jean Parker (Steve Moore), James Dunn (Chief Gunners Mate Mike Malone), Martin Spellman (Tommy), Selmer Jackson (Captain Parker), William Royle (Chief Petty Officer Pat Moore), Sarah Padden (Mrs. Baker, landlady), Craig Reynolds (Brad Wheeler), Dave O'Brien (Nelson), Gene Morgan (Burns), Charles King (Duke Johnson), Lynton Brent (ticket clerk), Morgan Brown (counterman at diner), Tristram Coffin (service station attendant), Hal Craig (first truck driver), Mike Donovan (policeman at station house), Lester Dorr (patrolman at altercation), Frank Hagney (vegetable truck driver), Edward Hearn (desk Sergeant Flaherty), Russell Hopton (Police Officer), John James (Ensign), I. Stanford Jolley (hotel clerk), Donald Kerr (roving eyed sailor)

 
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‘Twas The Week Before Christmas

It is the week before Christmas in California, and little Tommy has run away from the orphanage that he has lived in all his life. Eleven-year-old Tommy has decided that since no one has ever adopted him, it was time for him to run away from the orphanage and find a father and mother for Christmas.

The first time we see Tommy, he and his little dog are standing by a country road trying to hitch-hike into town. A Chief Gunner’s Mate in the Navy is also trying desperately to get to town quickly before his ship leaves without him. This leads to that and the Navy man meets the little orphan boy and his dog, and they decide that if the little boy pretends to be the Navy man’s son, they might get a ride sooner.

Sure enough, A shiny new convertible rolls to a stop and backs up to offer the Navy man and the little boy a ride. If only it is a beautiful unmarried lady, this might be the mother that little Tommy is wanting for Christmas. As little Tommy gets into the convertible with his dog, and the Navy man that he wishes could be his father, he looks at the pretty woman driving the car.

Could this lady become his Christmas wish for a mother? Not hardly. She quickly informs the Navy man and the little boy that she hates Navy men. She hates Navy men with a passion . . . . A real passion. Merry Christmas, Tommy, but Santa Claus might not give you a mom and dad this year. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

James Dunn and Martin Spellman
James Dunn and Martin Spellman
Charles King
Charles King
Charles King and James Dunn
Charles King and James Dunn
Craig Reynolds
Craig Reynolds
Edward Hearn
Edward Hearn
James Dunn
James Dunn
James Dunn, Dave O'Brien, Gene Morgan
James Dunn, Dave O'Brien, Gene Morgan
James Dunn, Gene Morgan, Dave O'Brien
James Dunn, Gene Morgan, Dave O'Brien
James Dunn, Jean Parker, Frank Hagney, Martin Spellman
James Dunn, Jean Parker, Frank Hagney, Martin Spellman
James Dunn and Jean Parker
James Dunn and Jean Parker
James Dunn
James Dunn
Jean Parker
Jean Parker
Jean Parker and Martin Spellman
Jean Parker and Martin Spellman
Lester Dorr
Lester Dorr
Martin Spellman
Martin Spellman
Martin Spellman and his dog
Martin Spellman and his dog
William Royle and Jean Parker
William Royle and Jean Parker
Martin Spellman
Martin Spellman
Sarah Padden and Martin Spellman
Sarah Padden and Martin Spellman
Selmer Jackson
Selmer Jackson
William Royle
William Royle