Tillie and Gus (1933)





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In this film, Tillie and Augustus Winterbottom are a husband-and-wife team of con artists. The larcenous couple is summoned to a small town by their niece when the niece's father dies. Hoping for a sizeable inheritance, Tillie and Gus discover that the legacy consists of one rundown ferry boat.
Classics , Comedy
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Paramount Pictures


W.C. Fields
as Augustus Winterbottom
Alison Skipworth
as Tillie Winterbottom
Baby Le Roy
as The 'King' Sheridan
Julie Bishop
as Mary Blake Sheridan
Philip Trent
as Tom Sheridan
Clifford Jones
as Tom Sheridan
Clarence Wilson
as Phineas Pratt
Clarence H. Wilson
as Phineas Pratt, executor
George Barbier
as Capt. Fogg
Barton MacLane
as Commissioner McLennan
Edgar Kennedy
as Judge Elmer
Bob McKenzie
as Defense Attorney
Master Williams
as High Card Harrington
William Irving
as Man in Tall Silk Hat
Ivan Linow
as The Swede
Lon Poff
as Juror
James Burke
as Juror
Frank S. Hagney
as Jury Foreman
Lew Kelly
as Sourdough
Blackie Whiteford
as Man at Bar
Harry Dunkinson
as Bartender
Irving Bacon
as Nosy Extra at Gambling Table
Billy Engle
as Sailor
Herbert Evans
as Butler
Brooks Benedict
as Mr. Black
Walter Percival
as Mr. Green
Cyril Ring
as Mr. White
Ted Stanhope
as Telegraph Clerk
Ed Brady
as Barfly
Harry Schultz
as Kibitzer
Jerry Jerome
as Customer
Frank O'Connor
as Reporter
Eddie Baker
as Race Judge
Jacqueline Wells
as Mary Blake Sheridan
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Critic Reviews for Tillie and Gus

All Critics (1)

What sells the picture is Fields first -- and the teaming of him and Skipworth coming in a strong second.

Full Review… | December 21, 2011
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

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