Tramp Trouble

(1937)
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Edgar impulsively invites his boss, Mr. Markham, to his home for dinner when his boss compliments him for giving coffee money to a down and out man. At the train station Edgar intervenes, keeping another man from beating a young man named Frankie, and Edgar takes Frankie home with him, even though the stranger warns Edgar that the young man is nothing but trouble.

  1. Leslie Goodwins

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Edgar Kennedy

    Edgar Kennedy

    Edgar

  2. Vivien Oakland

    Vivien Oakland

    Vivien

  3. Billy Franey

    Billy Franey

  4. William Benedict

    William Benedict

  5. Lloyd Ingraham

    Lloyd Ingraham

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Tramp Trouble

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  • August 7, 1937
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Original Language English

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