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3 Classic Joe E. Brown Comedy Movie Pack
Earthworm Tractors – 1936
Alexander Botts is a self-described natural born salesman and master mechanic, who is trying to make a big sale of Earthworm tractors to grouchy lumberman Johnson. Since Botts doesn't really know anything about tractors, and since the old-fashioned Johnson is opposed to tractors of any kind, it isn't going to be an easy sell.
Fit for a King – 1937
Newspaper reporter "Scoops" (Brown) is sent out on assignment, to investigate the failed assassination attempts on Archduke Julio. Trying to get the story, he runs into Jane Hamilton who is really Princess Helen. He doesn't realize that she is the story: a princess in exile, in danger of assassination; and, falling in love with "Scoops", while engaged to a prince.
Riding on Air – 1937
Smugglers are using a device for controlling airplanes in flight, and newspaper reporters from Chicago are vying for the story. Reporter Elmer Lane is out to scoop rival reporter Betty Harrison, and capture her heart in the process.
This is a DVD-R disc that is region free and should play fine on all modern DVD players. This DVD will ship in a case with artwork and a printed DVD. These movies are from the public domain and will ship on a burned disc, not factory stamped. These are classic older movies and the quality is not like modern day movies.
NOTE: These movies have been researched and found to be in the public domain in the United States because the copyright has either expired and is no longer valid or the film was not copyrighted at all.