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The Boss

89 min
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Byron Haskin
Country: USA
Filming Locations: Samuel Goldwyn Studios - 7200 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood, California, USA
John Payne
Matt Brady
William Bishop
Bob Herrick
Gloria McGehee
Lorry Reed (as Gloria McGhee)
Doe Avedon
Elsie Reynolds
Roy Roberts
Tim Brady
Rhys Williams
Stanley Millard
Joe Flynn
Ernie Jackson
Robin Morse
Johnny Mazia
William Phipps
Stitch (as Bill Phipps)
Gil Lamb
George Lynn
Tom Masterson
Bob Morgan
Fred Aldrich
Gunman (uncredited)
James Bacon
James Bacon (uncredited)
Jack Chefe
Servant (uncredited)
Harry Cheshire
Gov. Beck (uncredited)
Antonio Filauri
Mr. Mazia (uncredited)
Alex Frazer
Roy M. Millard (uncredited)
Art Gilmore
Radio Broadcaster (voice) (uncredited)
Sol Gorss
G-Man Guarding Lazetti / Saloon Brawler (uncredited)
Tom Greenway
Hood (uncredited)
Percy Helton
Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Stuart Holmes
Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Charles Horvath
Bartender (uncredited)
Florence Lake
Waitress (uncredited)
John Mansfield
Morrie Lazetti (uncredited)
Maurice Manson
Earl Bentley (uncredited)
Frank McGrath
Saloon Patron (uncredited)
Harold Miller
Politician at Dedication (uncredited)
Dorothy Neumann
Woman at Train Station (uncredited)
James Nolan
Matt's Lawyer (uncredited)
Voltaire Perkins
Judge (uncredited)
Joey Ray
Political Crony (uncredited)
Stafford Repp
Earl Bentley (uncredited)
John Rogers
Deadbeat in Saloon (uncredited)
Jack Stoney
Saloon Brawler / Man Restraining Matt in Court (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan
Cop (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan
Saloon Patron (uncredited)
Herb Vigran
George - Attorney General (uncredited)
Guy Way
Saloon Patron (uncredited)
Approximately two minutes after the start of the film, the scene showing the parade of the returning soldiers has several anachronisms: standing with their backs to the camera, there is a line of about a dozen middle-aged or older women, whose knee-length hemlines and style of high heeled shoes wouldn't exist until the 1920s; to the left of the scene, hugging the shaft of a lamp-post, is a young boy wearing a short-sleeved shirt with a tropical-flower pattern, which boys of the First World War period would never have worn; in the center of the background behind the parading soldiers is a car whose windshield and roof style are typical of cars from the 1930s, but which would never have been seen on a pre-1920 automobile.
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The wire-rimmed glasses worn early in the film by Joe Flynn are of a style not introduced until the 1930s.
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Gertrude Astor
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