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Scattergood Baines is a 1941 American comedy-drama film. It is based on a novel by Clarence Budington Kelland. The character of Scattergood was also popular during the days of live radio.
|Directed by||Christy Cabanne|
John E. Burch (assistant)
|Produced by||Jerrold T. Brandt|
|Edited by||Henry Berman|
|Distributed by||RKO Radio Pictures|
In the film, Guy Kibbee plays the title character. The plot has him choosing the small New England town of Cold River to settle down in and, twenty years later, his outmaneuvering of the townspeople both when it comes to large matters (ownership of the local railroad) and small (the pretty new schoolteacher's hair).
Five other Scattergood Baines films, all starring Guy Kibbee, were subsequently made.
- Guy Kibbee as Scattergood Baines
- Carol Hughes as Helen Parker
- John Archer as Johnny Bones
- Dink Trout as Pliny Pickett
- Emma Dunn as Mirandy Baines
- Willie Best as Hipp
- Fern Emmett as Clara Potts
- Lee 'Lasses' White as Ed Potts
- Kate Harrington as Gertrude Brown
- Joseph Crehan as Keith
- Edward Earle as Crane
- Bradley Page as McKettrick
- Paul White as Young Hipp
- Earle Hodgins as Jim Barton
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