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Paradise Express (1937)





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Paradise Express is Grand Hotel out of Twentieth Century, fresh from the Republic Studio breeding farms. The titular express is a small-time freight service, struggling for survival against a larger, more streamlined rail company. Faced with bankruptcy, the owners of the underdog railroad challenge their competitors to a race, winner take all. Handsome Larry Doyle (Grant Withers) mans the controls of the Paradise Express, bearing a collection of familiar movie stereotypes. Featured in the cast is harmonica virtuoso Bob McClung, who earlier in 1937 provided off-screen assistance to Laurel and Hardy's "harmonica challenge" scene in Hal Roach's Pick a Star.

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Grant Withers
as Lawrence 'Larry' Doyle
Dorothy Appleby
as Kay Carson
Arthur Hoyt
as Phineas K. Trotter
Maude Eburne
as Maggie Casey
Harry Davenport
as Jed Carson
Donald Kirke
as Armstrong
Lew Kelly
as Tom Wilson
Fern Emmett
as Proprietress
Bob McClung
as Harmonica Player
Bruce Mitchell
as Conductor
Guy Wilkerson
as Skinny Smith
Ralph McCullough
as Dispatcher
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