Baby Face Harrington Overview:

Baby Face Harrington (1935) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by Raoul Walsh and produced by Edgar Selwyn.


A comedic gangster movie spoof, in which a man who is already having a hard time in his job, his social life, and his marriage, is kidnapped by a bunch of thugs. News that his wife plans to divorce him almost sends him reeling over the edge before, half-unwittingly, he becomes a hero of sorts.

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Both Sherry Hall (Harry) and Jack Baxley (Bartender) are in studio records/casting call lists for their roles, but they did not appear or were not identifiable in the movie. Also, several actors, listed as cast members in contemporary Hollywood Reporter news items, did not appear in the movie. Those were: Harry Tyler, Robert McWade, William Demarest and Frank Lackteen.
The play, "Something to Brag About," opened on Broadway in New York City, New York, USA on 13 August 1925, but had only 4 performances.
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