Penrod and Sam (1937 film)

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Penrod and Sam is a 1937 comedy/drama film directed by William C. McGann. It was the third screen version of American writer Booth Tarkington's novel Penrod and Sam.


Penrod Schofield and his gang are the Jr. G Men, a secret club where all members are sworn to uphold the law and turn in crooks. When the mother of the youngest member is killed by bank robbers, the boys go into action.


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