Chasing Trouble (1940)
Diminutive Frankie Darro was always a lot of fun to watch when given his head in a leading role. In Monogram's Chasing Trouble, Darro plays a fella named Cupid, who fancies himself a handwriting analyst. He tries out his dilettante talent when a gang of spies begins covert activities in his community. He wins the day, and the girl (Marjorie Reynolds). Two future TV-series regulars show up in the supporting cast of Chasing Trouble: George Cleveland, beloved old "Gramps" in Lassie, and Milburn Stone, cantankerous old "Doc" in Gunsmoke. Produced by actor Grant Withers and written by Mary McCarthy, Chasing Trouble is positively lavish by Monogram standards. … More
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