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Everybody's Old Man (1936)





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Everybody's Old Man looks like a stray Will Rogers project, temporarily shelved when Rogers was killed in a 1935 plane crash. Rogers' old pal Irvin S. Cobb assumes the title role; he plays a business executive who takes a year off to reflect on things when a close friend dies suddenly. Insinuating himself into his late friend's household, Cobb manages to straighten out the dead man's irresponsible offspring. He does the job so well that he's invited to stay on indefinitely. Everybody's Old Man bears a marked resemblance to the 1933 George Arliss vehicle The Working Man -- as well it should, since the 1936 film is a remake of the earlier picture. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Irvin S. Cobb
as William Franklin
Johnny Downs
as Tommy Sampson
Rochelle Hudson
as Cynthia Sampson
Norman Foster
as Ronald Franklin
Alan Dinehart
as Frederick Gillespie
Sara Haden
as Susan Franklin
Warren Hymer
as Mike Murphy
Charles Coleman
as Mansfield
Maurice Cass
as Dr. Phillips
Ramsey Hill
as Earl of Spearford
Frederick Burton
as Aylesworth
Delma Byron
as Miss Martin
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