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Affairs of Cappy Ricks

Affairs of Cappy Ricks
Walter Brennan in the film
Directed by Ralph Staub
Produced by Burt Kelly
Written by Lester Cole (writer)
Peter B. Kyne (characters)
Starring Walter Brennan
Mary Brian
Lyle Talbot
Frank Shields
Frank Melton
Music by Alberto Colombo
Cinematography Ernest Miller
Editing by William Morgan
Release date(s) May 24, 1937 (1937-05-24)
Country United States
Language English

Affairs of Cappy Ricks is a 1937 American film directed by Ralph Staub.

Plot

Cappy Ricks (Walter Brennan) has returned home from a long voyage at sea only to find that his family and business are not as he left them. His daughter Frankie (Mary Brian) is engaged to a dimwit that he isn't fond of. His future mother-in-law has plans for his business and for his prized ship. Cappy Ricks knows he has to end the chaos and set things straight. Now all he needs is a plan.

Cast

Soundtrack

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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