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Clem Hawley (Wallace Beery) is a good-hearted family man, but he's also perpetually unemployed and spends his free time with local bootlegger Al Simmons (Ted Healy), reminiscing on the days before Prohibition. Son Clemmie Jr. steals some stock certificates of his mother's, and sells them to greedy Cousin Webster for quick cash to cover his embezzlement debt and support his girlfriend, a city showgirl. Long-suffering Matilda assumes her husband took the stock to buy bootleg liquor, and wonders if her 30-year marriage is worth saving. Clem must summon up the initiative to try and save his family, and keep his son from jail.

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Ted Healy (Solo)
Release Date
April 23, 1937
Production Type
Feature Film
73.6 min.

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Shooting Days:   36 days   From: 1937-02-15   To: 1937-03-27

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