In Old Missouri (1940)

Director
Frank McDonald

Main cast
Leon Weaver; Frank Weaver; June Weaver; June Storey; Marjorie Gateson

Genres
Adventure, Comedy, Drama

Description
The Weavers are share-croppers who confront their landlord with their tale of woe only to find he is in money trouble too. He also has a wastrel son and a socialite wife who wants a divorce. He begs the Weavers to trade places with him and fix things up.


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