The Wet Parade (1932) - Rotten Tomatoes

The Wet Parade (1932)





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The terrible effects of both alcoholism and Prohibition on a Northern family and a Southern one provide the basis for this melodrama. The Tarletons live in New York City. The family patriarch loves his liquor and spends much time in local bars. The Chilcotes live down South. Though always a gentleman, the father also drinks heavily and sells moonshine. In both cases, the family's are ultimately destroyed by alcohol.


Neil Hamilton
as Roger Chilcote, Jr.
Dorothy Jordan
as Maggie May 'Persimmon' Chilcote
Robert Young
as Kip Tarleton
Myrna Loy
as Eileen Pinchon
Lewis Stone
as Col. Roger Chilcote
Emma Dunn
as Mrs. Chilcote
Frederick Burton
as Judge Brandon
Reginald Barlow
as Maj. Randolph
Walter Huston
as Pop Tarleton
Jimmy Durante
as Abe Schilling
Wallace Ford
as Jerry Tyler
Joan Marsh
as Evelyn Fessenden
John Miljan
as Maj. Doleshal
Clarence Muse
as Taylor Tibbs
Clara Blandick
as Mrs. Tarleton
Forrester Harvey
as Mr. Fortesque
John Beck
as Mr. Garrison
Cecil Cunningham
as Mrs. Twombey
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