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Paradise Express [DVD] [English] [1937]

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Synopsis

Paradise Express
Paradise Express is Grand Hotel out of Twentieth Century, fresh from the Republic Studio breeding farms. The titular express is a small-time freight service, struggling for survival against a larger, more streamlined rail company. Faced with bankruptcy, the owners of the underdog railroad challenge their competitors to a race, winner take all. Handsome Larry Doyle (Grant Withers) mans the controls of the Paradise Express, bearing a collection of familiar movie stereotypes. Featured in the cast is harmonica virtuoso Bob McClung, who earlier in 1937 provided off-screen assistance to Laurel and Hardy's "harmonica challenge" scene in Hal Roach's Pick a Star. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Grant Withers
    Grant Withers - Larry Doyle
  • Dorothy Appleby
    Dorothy Appleby - Kay Carson
  • Arthur Hoyt
    Arthur Hoyt - Trotter
  • Maude Eburne
    Maude Eburne - Maggie Casey
  • Harry Davenport
    Harry Davenport - Jed Carson
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