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Asaph (Charles Ruggles) is a meek, mild-mannered homebody who occasionally shows some backbone to his prudish, overbearing boss, only to be beaten down again. With the encouragement of his secretary Beulah (Ann Dvorak), his old college team-mate Wynn (Eugene Pallette) and some liquor, Asaph regains some of his wild-man soul. Watch out world!

  1. Edward Ludwig

    Director

  2. Sidney Southerland

    Screenplay

  3. Warren Duff

    Writer

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  1. Charles Ruggles

    Charles Ruggles

    Asaph 'Ace' Holliday

  2. Ann Dvorak

    Ann Dvorak

    Miss Beulah Boyd

  3. Eugene Pallette

    Eugene Pallette

    Wynn Rixey

  4. Dorothy Burgess

    Dorothy Burgess

    Millie Seagrove

  5. Robert Barrat

    Robert Barrat

    Alexis Romanoff

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Friends Of Mr. Sweeney

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Status Released

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  • July 28, 1934
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 8m

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