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A dull statistician changes his life after winning a pile of money after successfully determining the number of beans in a barrel. He decides to do something novel with the prize and ends up buying a barrel factory. He encounters trouble when the nearby pickle factory is threatened by a shyster attempting to close it.

  1. Gordon Wiles

    Director

  2. Richard English

    Screenplay

  3. Clarence Budington Kelland

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Stuart Erwin

    Stuart Erwin

    Oliver Boggs

  2. Helen Chandler

    Helen Chandler

    Oleander Tubbs

  3. Toby Wing

    Toby Wing

    Irene Lee

  4. Tully Marshall

    Tully Marshall

    Morton Ross

  5. Spencer Charters

    Spencer Charters

    Angus Tubbs

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Mr. Boggs Steps Out
Mr. Boggs Steps Out

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Status Released

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  • February 18, 1938
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 8m

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