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Director  William James Craft
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Country  United States
5.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy
Language  English
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Writer  Edward Ludwig, Vin Moore
Release date  November 23, 1930 (1930-11-23)
Music director  Heinz Eric Roemheld, Sam Perry
Screenplay  Edward Ludwig, Vin Moore, Jerry Horwin
Cast  Harry Langdon (Wally), Bessie Love (Ellen), Slim Summerville (Slim), Mitchell Lewis (Screwy OToole), LeRoy Mason (Attorney)
Similar movies  Flirting with Danger (1934), Old Man Rhythm (1935), The Blazing Forest (1952), The Big Wheel (1949), Caribbean (1952)

See America Thirst is a 1930 comedy film produced and distributed by Universal Pictures and directed by William James Craft. Silent comics Harry Langdon and Slim Summerville star along with silent actress Bessie Love. Though released late in 1930, it nevertheless had a silent version.

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In the film, Bessie Love introduced the type of sandals later known as "flip-flops" to American audiences. The title is a parody of the Cole Porter musical See America First.

Cast

  • Harry Langdon as Wally
  • Slim Summerville as Slim
  • Bessie Love as Ellen
  • Mitchell Lewis as Screwy O'Toole
  • Matthew Betz as Insect McGann
  • Stanley Fields as Spumoni
  • Lloyd Whitlock as O'Toole's Henchman
  • Richard Alexander as McGann's Henchman
  • Tom Kennedy as Shivering Smith
  • Lew Hearn as Inventor
  • Leroy Mason as Attorney
  • Walter Brennan as Spumoni Bodyguard (uncredited)
  • Franklyn Farnum as Master of Ceremonies (uncredited)
  • Pat Harmon as Waiter (uncredited)
  • Tom London as Spumoni Hood (uncredited)
  • Robert McKenzie as Waiter, Sign changer (uncredited)
  • Hal Price as Cop (uncredited)
  • Preservation status

    Copies are preserved at the UCLA Film and Television Archive and the Library of Congress.

    References

    See America Thirst Wikipedia
    See America Thirst IMDb


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