Country Gentlemen (film)

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Country Gentlemen
Directed by Ralph Staub
Produced by Nat Levine (producer)
Herman Schlom (associate producer)
Written by Jo Graham (story)
Jack Harvey (story)
Joseph Hoffman
John P. Medbury (additional dialogue)
Gertrude Orr
Milton Raison (story)
Starring See below
Cinematography Ernest Miller
Edited by Ernest J. Nims
Distributed by Republic Pictures
Release date
1936
Running time
66 minutes
53 minutes (edited version)
Country United States
Language English

Country Gentlemen is a 1936 American film directed by Ralph Staub for Republic Pictures with the comedy duo of Olsen and Johnson.

Plot summary[edit]

Two swindlers, their Gracie Allen type secretary and her Great Dane named Fluffy are on the run and end up in the small town of Chesterville. Though Ole wishes to give up the dishonest life and settle in the small town with hotel owner Louise and her son, they sense the smell of money when a Veteran's Home is built in the town and they can swindle the ex-soldiers of their bonuses. Things expand with a scheme in selling shares in an oil exploration project.

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