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Tugboat Annie (1933)

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Marie Dressler plays the title character, tugboat captain Annie Brennan, in this 1933 Hollywood box office hit. Her husband Terry (Wallace Beery) is a lazy, bragging drunk. Robert Young plays their son Alec, who has big ambitions and winds up as captain of a fancy ocean liner. The ocean liner's owner is Red Severn (Willard Robertson), whose daughter Pat (Maureen O'Sullivan) is the object of Alec's longings. Young tries to get his mother to leave his father and join him on the ocean liner, but she refuses out of love for her husband and her tugboat. Terry crashes the tugboat while drunk one night, and it is sold at an auction, then repaired and converted into a garbage boat. Sequels were made in later years, with Marjorie Rambeau and later Jane Darwell in the title role, and it was made into a TV series in the 1950s.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Classics, Comedy
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Written By: Eve Greene, Zelda Sears, Norman Reilly Raine
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On DVD: Mar 23, 2009
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Warner Home Video

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Cast

Marie Dressler
as Annie Brennan
Wallace Beery
as Terry Brennan
Robert Young
as Alexander 'Alec' Bre...
Maureen O'Sullivan
as Patricia 'Pat' Sever...
Tammany Young
as Shif'less
Frankie Darro
as Alec as a Boy
Oscar Apfel
as Reynolds
Robert McWade
as Mayor of Secoma
Robert H. Barrat
as First Mate
Sam Harris
as Onlooker
Guy Usher
as Auctioneer
Willie Fung
as Chow the Cook
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An enjoyable diversion that provides Dressler with ample opportunities to flex her acting chops.

Full Review… | August 19, 2011
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