Miss Polly (November 14, 1941)
Released on November 14, 1941: (running time 44 minutes) Midville is living in the Victorian past but Miss Polly and her magic love-potion bottle of wine will change things forever.
Produced by Hal Roach
Directed by Fred Guiol
Written by Eugene Conrad and Edward E. Seabrook
The Actors: Zasu Pitts (Miss Pandodra Polly), Slim Summerville (Slim Wilkins), Kathleen Howard (Mrs Minerva Snodgrass), Brenda Forbes (Patsy), Elyse Knox (Barbara Snodgrass), Richard Clayton (Eddie), Dink Trout (retiring postman Wilbur Boggs), William Newell (new postman Hubert), Ferris Taylor (Mayor Walsh), Fern Emmett (Mrs. Frisbee), Vera Lewis (Elvira Pennywinkle), Sarah Edwards (Angie Turner), Virginia Sale (Orsina Wiggins), Walter Baldwin (Lem Wiggins), Mickey Daniels (Elmer the grocery boy), George Pembroke (town constable), Syd Saylor (drug store owner), Buster Brodie (bald townsman), George Chandler (townsman), Rube Dalroy (townsman), Jim Farley (Jim Penywinkle), Eddie Hall (speeder going 14mph), Noel Neill (school girl), Margaret Roach (school girl), Elizabeth Russell (woman at Civic League meeting next to Syd Saylor), Walter Soderling (Pop Parsons), Carl Stockdale (unknown), Bill Wolfe (Henry Wiggins)
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Love Potion for the Citizens Decency League
Little Midville hasn’t had a wedding in over two years, thanks to Minerva Snodgrass and the Citizens Decency League. The people of the town are kept locked in the past and young lovers are not allowed to be together without a chaperone, even when they go to the movies.
Mrs. Snodgrass, head of the decency league, has a young daughter who is in love with Eddie, but old lady Snodgrass will not allow Eddie to even visit or talk to her daughter. Next door to Minerva Snodgrass lives old maid Pandora Polly, and Miss Polly tries to get Eddie and Barbara together without Minerva Snodgrass finding out.
So, we have two opposing forces in little Midville . . . old maid Pandora Polly who thinks the town should loosen up a bit, and the prim and proper Minerva Snodgrass who will have no truck with modern morals. There is one more character in this laugh-fest that you should know about . . . crazy, funny, Slim Summerville, who is Pandora Polly's gardener and all-round kooky inventor of things that almost work.
One day Pandora Polly remembers that her dear old dad used to go to the basement once in a while and when he came back upstairs he was always full of life and love for her mom, and he had told Pandora one day that he had a special bottle of wine in the basement that had magical powers. This certain bottle of wine was a powerful love potion, turning anyone who drank it into a love machine in search of a lover. If Miss Polly can find that bottle, the little village might just become a hotbed of love. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled on top and enjoy the show.
Brenda Forbes and Slim Summerville
Brenda Forbes after drinking the wine
Dink Trout and William Newell
Elizabeth Russell and Syd Saylor
Elyse Knox, as Barbara Snodgrass in Miss Polly
Elyse Knox and Richard Clayton
Elyse Knox and Richard Clayton
Ferris Taylor and Kathleen Howard
Mickey Daniels and Syd Saylor
Mickey Daniels and Zasu Pitts
Richard Clayton, Kathleen Howard and Elyse Knox
Richard Clayton and Zasu Pitts
William Newell and Dink Trout
Zasu Pitts, Ferris Taylor and Kathleen Howard
Zasu Pitts and Slim Summerville