Roustabout (1964) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by John Rich and produced by Hal B. Wallis, Paul Nathan and Joseph H. Hazen.
ROUSTABOUT ( 1964 )By Crystal Kalyana on Nov 3, 2015 From In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood
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ROUSTABOUTBy Crystal Kalyana on Oct 28, 2014 From In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood
ddd After a long and stressful day, Mum and I decided to finish off the afternoon by watching a Barbara Stanwyck movie. Barbara Stanwyck has always been my second favorite actress. I’ve collected almost all her films, and even though Mum and I have both exhausted her complete filmography, Mum ... Read full article
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Charlie Rogers: Sure, but right now I'm a roustabout and the boss told me to come in here and give you a hand.
Madame Mijanou, Fortune Teller: I can tell you what kind of woman will be attracted to you.
Charlie Rogers: I think I'm old enough to figure that out for myself.
Madame Mijanou, Fortune Teller: What do you see in my eyes?
Charlie Rogers: Maybe I better slap your face!
College boy in suit and tie: No, no! That's karate!
Charlie Rogers: That goes with the sickle! Come on!
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