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Barefoot Boy

1938

A pampered, snobbish young boy is sent by his father who has served time in prison for a crime he did not commit.



Baoot Boy is a 1938 American children's adventure film, directed by Karl Brown (cinematographer), and "suggested" by the poem of the same name by John Greenleaf Whittier that is recited after the titles.

Plot

Kenneth Hale, a pampered, snobbish young boy is sent by his father, John Hale, who has served time in prison for a crime he did not commit, down to the country farm of an old friend, Calvin Whittaker. The baooted, honest and plucky Billy Whittaker, his girlfriend, Pige Bennett, and punky Kenneth get involved with a "haunted" house and a gang of crooks, while Billy helps make a "better man" out of Kenneth.

Cast

  • Jackie Moran as Billy Whittaker
  • Marcia Mae Jones as Pige Blaine
  • Bradley Metcalfe as Kenneth Hale
  • Johnnie Morris (actor) as Jeff Blaine
  • Marilyn Knowlden as Julia Blaine
  • Terry as Herself
  • Ralph Morgan as John Hale
  • Claire Windsor as Valerie Hale
  • Helen MacKellar as Martha Whittaker
  • Matty Fain as Blake
  • Frank Puglia as Hank
  • J. Farrell MacDonald as Warden
  • Charles D. Brown as Calvin Whittaker
  • Roger Gray (actor) as Dutch
  • Earle Hodgins as Sheriff
  • Henry Roquemore as Benjamin Blaine
  • Hal Cooke as Parker

Soundtrack




Category:1938 films
Category:American films
Category:1930s drama films
Category:English-language films
Category:Black-and-white films
Category:Monogram Pictures films
Category:1930s adventure films

E.B. Derr

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