Rhubarb (1951)

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In this lively comedy, a baseball team, the Brooklyn Loons, are utterly appalled to discover that their recently deceased, and highly eccentric millionaire owner has bequeathed them to a tough old alley cat. Mayhem, romance, a kidnapping, and plenty of sneezing ensue before the Loons play their big game.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Classics , Comedy , Kids & Family
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Runtime:
Studio:
Paramount Pictures

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Cast

Ray Milland
as Eric Yeager
Leonard Nimoy
as Ball Player
William Frawley
as Len Sickles
Jan Sterling
as Polly Sickles
Tristram Coffin
as Dr. Stillman
Strother Martin
as Shortly McGirk
Paul Douglas
as Man in Park
Gene Lockhart
as Thaddeus J. Banner
Taylor Holmes
as P. Duncan Munk
Oliver Blake
as Cadaver Jones
Roy Gordon
as Golfer
James Griffith
as Oggie Meadows
Hal K. Dawson
as Mr. Fisher
Wilbur Mack
as Golfer
Stuart Holmes
as Golfer
Donald Kerr
as Taxi Driver
Henry Slate
as Dud Logan
Willard Waterman
as Orlando Dill
John Breen
as Western Union Boy
Lee Miller
as Ball Player
Elsie Holmes
as Myra Banner
Richard Karlan
as Pencil Louie
Edwin Max
as Fish Eye
Mack Gray
as Detective
Eric Wilton
as Golfer
Harry V. Cheshire
as Mr. Seegle
Stanley Orr
as Newspaper Reporter
Anthony Radecki
as Ball Player
Bill Thorpe
as Ball Player
Frank Fiumara
as Ball Player
Roberta Richards
as Reporter
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½

Predictable antics ensue when an eccentric millionaire dies and leaves his baseball team to his cat. Ray Milland was good as always, but if you want to see him in a comedic role a better choice would be "It Happens Every Spring", another comedic baseball film. The supporting cast was uniformly good, especially Gene Lockhart, Jan Sterling and William Frawley. Paul Douglas makes a cameo as a man in the park. Look for Leonard Nimoy in an early non-speaking role as one of the ballplayers.

John Tandlich
John Tandlich

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