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Larceny on the Air (1937)





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Larceny on the Air is a Republic B-plus picture "drawn from today's headlines." In this instance, the news event pounced upon was the mid-1930s Federal crackdown on patent-medicine quacks. Robert Livingston stars as a doctor who takes to the radio airwaves to campaign against cure-all charlatans. Livingston's mission is compromised when he falls in love with Grace Bradley, daughter of the medicine-racket ringleader. Somehow Larceny on the Air found the time to accommodate a musical number, "Sittin' on the Moon" (from the 1936 Republic picture of the same name).

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Robert Livingston
as Dr. Lawrence Baxter
Grace Bradley
as Jean Sterling
Willard Robertson
as Inspector 'Mac' McDonald
Granville Bates
as Professor
Wilbur Mack
as Thompson
Josephine Whittell
as Nurse Nelson
William Hopper
as Announcer
Florence Gill
as Spinster
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