|Peck's Bad Boy 1934 N/R, 70 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Edward F. Cline
Cast: Jackie Cooper, Thomas Meighan, Dorothy Peterson, Jackie Searl, O.P. Heggie, Gertrude Howard, Charles E. Evans, Larry Wheat, Harvey Clark, Lloyd Ingraham
Young Bill Peck (Jackie Cooper) and his widower father, Henry (Thomas Meighan), live a good, quiet life–until Aunt Lily (Dorothy Peterson) and Bill's cousin Horace (Jackie Searl) move in and attempt to ruin the father/son relationship.
|The Working Man 1933 N/R, 77 min.|
Director: John G. Adolfi
Cast: George Arliss, Bette Davis, Hardie Albright, J. Farrell MacDonald, Theodore Newton, Gordon Westcott, Charles E. Evans, Frederick Burton, Edward Van Sloan, Claire McDowell
Shoe manufacturer John Reeves (George Arliss) becomes bored with his work after his main competitor dies. He turns the company over to his bratty nephew (Hardie Albright) and heads off on a vacation. He meets the heirs (Bette Davis and Theodore Newton) of the competitor and finds out that the company is in financial trouble. Pretending to be a laborer, John takes a job with the company and turns it around and becomes a competitor with his nephew. In the process, he teaches the heirs a few lessons.
|1. Peck's Bad Boy (1934)|
2. The Working Man (1933)
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