Charles Ruggles

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    Follow Me, Boys! (1966)

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    Follow Me, Boys! (1966)

    Lem Siddons is part of a traveling band who has a dream of becoming a lawyer. Deciding to settle down, he finds a job as a stockboy in the general store of a small town. Trying to fit in, he volunteers to become scoutmaster of the newly formed Troop 1. Becoming more and more involved with the scout troop, he finds his plans to become a lawyer being put on the back burner, until he realizes that his life has been fulfilled helping the youth of the small town.

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    The Ugly Dachshund (1966)

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    The Ugly Dachshund (1966)

    The Garrisons (Dean Jones and Suzanne Pleshette) are the “proud parents” of three adorable dachshund pups — and one overgrown Great Dane named Brutus, who nevertheless thinks of himself as a dainty dachsie. His identity crisis results in an uproarious series of household crises that reduce the Garrisons’ house to shambles — and viewers to howls of laughter!

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    The Parent Trap (1961)

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    The Parent Trap (1961)

    Hayley Mills plays twins who, unknown to their divorced parents, meet at a summer camp. Products of single parent households, they switch places (surprise!) so as to meet the parent they never knew, and then contrive to reunite them.

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    All in a Night's Work (1961)

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    All in a Night’s Work (1961)

    Dean Martin and Shirley MacLaine star in this sweet 1961 comedy about Tony Ryder (Martin), who takes over the duties of magazine publisher when his uncle dies suddenly, supposedly while spending time with a mistress. Worried that the news will besmirch his magazine’s wholesome reputation, Tony hires a detective to find out who the mistress is, but mistakenly identifies the publication’s researcher, Katie Robbins (MacLaine), as the secret lover.

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    Gallant Journey (1946)

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    Gallant Journey (1946)

    Director William A. Wellman adds another to his long line of salutes-to-aviation films in this bio of an aviation pioneer, John Montgomery (Glenn Ford.) In 1883 he built a practical glider despite the opposition of his friends, who thought he was crazy, and of his family, who were afraid that his dreams of flying would hurt his father’s political ambitions. He pursues his education at Santa Clara University where the Jesuits lend a helping and understanding hand. An earthquake destroys what appears to be a working model for an airplane, but a gold-sorting machine Montgomery invented, and then neglected, promises to provide for his financial needs to keep working on his aircraft until he gets involved in costly lawsuits defending his invention.

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    A Stolen Life (1946)

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    A Stolen Life (1946)

    A twin takes her deceased sister’s place as wife of the man they both love.

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    Dixie Dugan (1943)

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    Dixie Dugan (1943)

    Roger Hudson, a wealthy businessman who has moved to Washington to work for the government as a “dollar a year man,” is late for a radio broadcast about his new department, the Mobilization of Woman Power for War. He takes a cab driven by Dixie Dugan, who hopes that being a cabbie while the country’s men are away fighting will help the war effort. Her incompetent driving, however, results in an accident for which Roger must take responsibility in order to reach the radio station in time. Dixie then returns home, where she lives with her father Timothy, who is constantly practicing his air raid warden duties, her mother Gladys, an aspiring Red Cross worker, and cousin Imogene, who studies incessantly to become a “quiz kid.” The Dugans rent out their spare rooms to Dixie’s fiancé, Matt Hogan, and to blustering Judge J. J. Lawson. Matt, who works in a munitions factory, wants Dixie to settle down and marry him, but Dixie is determined to help her country.

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    The Invisible Woman (1940)

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    The Invisible Woman (1940)

    A sexy model volunteers to be a test subject for a new invisibility machine. But does she have ulterior motives?

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    Balalaika (1939)

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    Balalaika (1939)

    A Russian prince disguised as a worker and a cafe singer secretly involved in revolutionary activities fall in love.

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    Sudden Money (1939)

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    Sudden Money (1939)

    Promises of happier times dawn for the financially distressed Patterson family when father Sweeney and brother-in-law Archibald “Doc” Finney win a $150,000 grand prize in the sweepstake contest. With their windfall, each member of the family decides to pursue a dream.

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    Service de Luxe (1938)

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    Service de Luxe (1938)

    Glamorous and efficient Helen Murphy runs a service that will provide any type of assistance to wealthy customers, but what she’s really looking for is a man who can take care of himself.

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    Ruggles of Red Gap (1935)

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    Ruggles of Red Gap (1935)

    In this comedy of an Englishman stranded in a sea of barbaric Americans, Marmaduke Ruggles (Charles Laughton), a gentleman’s gentleman and butler to an Earl is lost in a poker game to an uncouth American cattle baron. Ruggles’s life is turned upside down as he’s taken to the USA, is gradually assimilated into American life, accidently becomes a local celebrity, and falls in love along the way.

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