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Road to Happiness (January 9, 1942)

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The Road to Happiness
 

Released on January 9, 1942: (running time 1 hour and 14 minutes) While Jeff is studying voice in Europe so he can sing opera, his wife divorces him for a millionaire and puts their young son in a military school.

Produced by Scott R. Dunlap

Directed by Phil Rosen

The Actors: John Boles (Jeff Carter), Mona Barrie (Millie Rankin), Billy Lee (Danny Carter), Roscoe Karns (Charley Grady), Lillian Elliott (Mrs. Price), Paul Porcasi (Pietro Pacelli), Selmer Jackson (Sam Rankin), Brandon Hurst (Swayne), Sam Flint (Colonel Gregory), Antonio Filauri (Rafael Almonti), Harland Tucker (Foster), Charles Calvert (bald headed boarder), Willy Castello (party guest), Lester Dorr (Rankin's chauffeur), Dick Elliott (pawnshop owner), Byron Foulger (Jackson, Pacelli's secretary), Maxine Leslie (blonde party guest), Ruth Clifford (ship passenger), Herbert Evans (Rankin's butler Evans), Sam Harris (ship passenger), Harry Harvey (boarder), I. Stanford Jolley (radio actor), Frank Melton (boarder)

 
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There's a Time and Place for Pride, but This Ain't It

Jeff Carter is a Broadway actor, married to a Broadway dancer, with a young son named Danny. Jeff has a pretty good singing voice, and his lifelong passion is to be a famous opera singer. Jeff and his wife decide that he should go to Europe to study opera for a year, while she stays in New York with their young son Danny. With a good woman supporting his efforts, Jeff is sure to get the experience he needs to become an opera singer.

As our adventure opens, Jeff is returning to New York City to be reunited with his wife and son. With a soul that is full of song, Jeff is ready to chase his dream to become an opera star. Unfortunately, his agent tells him that his wife has divorced him while he was away, and is now married to an older millionaire.

Jeff decides that having his young son with him is more important than his opera career, and he becomes a single-parent father in 1942 America, at a time when that is practically unheard of. Jeff knows that becoming a full-time father will most likely end his dream of becoming an opera star, but bringing up his son is more important. Jeff will learn that happiness is not the result of great wealth or fame, but when practiced even in poverty, happiness can power the train that can lead to fame and fortune. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Billy Lee
Billy Lee
Billy Lee, John Boles and Lillian Elliott
Billy Lee, John Boles and Lillian Elliott
Billy Lee
Billy Lee
Charles Calvert
Charles Calvert
Dick Elliott
Dick Elliott
Herbert Evans and John Boles
Herbert Evans and John Boles
John Boles and Lillian Elliott
John Boles and Lillian Elliott
John Boles
John Boles
John Boles and Mona Barrie
John Boles and Mona Barrie
John Boles and Mona Barrie
John Boles and Mona Barrie
John Boles
John Boles
Lillian Elliott
Lillian Elliott
Mona Barrie and Billy Lee
Mona Barrie and Billy Lee
Mona Barrie
Mona Barrie
Roscoe Karns
Roscoe Karns
Roscoe Karns and John Boles
Roscoe Karns and John Boles
Selmer Jackson
Selmer Jackson
Roscoe Karns and John Boles
Roscoe Karns and John Boles
Roscoe Karns
Roscoe Karns