Tomboy

Overview

Though the peak productivity of Monogram's "rural romance" films was the mid-1930s, the studio continued to put together films like Tomboy well into the early 1940s. Marcia Mae Jones plays the title character, a rambunctious city girl named Pat. Sent to the country to temper her hoydenish behavior, Pat falls in love with farm boy Steve (Jackie Moran), who lives under the thumb of his tyrannical Uncle Matt (Grant Withers). The couple's budding romance is helped along by Kelly (Grant Withers), Pat's ne'er-do-well ...
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Overview

Though the peak productivity of Monogram's "rural romance" films was the mid-1930s, the studio continued to put together films like Tomboy well into the early 1940s. Marcia Mae Jones plays the title character, a rambunctious city girl named Pat. Sent to the country to temper her hoydenish behavior, Pat falls in love with farm boy Steve (Jackie Moran), who lives under the thumb of his tyrannical Uncle Matt (Grant Withers). The couple's budding romance is helped along by Kelly (Grant Withers), Pat's ne'er-do-well father. The film's best performance is delivered by Clara Blandick, the immortal "Auntie Em" in The Wizard of Oz. Tomboy was directed by Robert McGowan, formerly the guiding light of Hal Roach's "Our Gang" films.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/29/2011
  • UPC: 089218652997
  • Original Release: 1940
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  • Source: Alpha Video
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: B&W
  • Time: 1:10:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 89,309

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Marcia Mae Jones Pat
Jackie Moran Steve
Grant Withers Kelly
Charlotte Wynters Frances
George Cleveland Matt
Marvin Stephens Harry
Clara Blandick Martha
Gene Morgan 1st Tramp
Technical Credits
Robert F. McGowan Director
Dorothy Davenport Screenwriter
William T. Lackey Producer
Harry Neumann Cinematographer
Marion Orth Screenwriter
Dorothy Reid Screenwriter
Russell Schoengarth Editor
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Tomboy
2. Chapter 1 [11:15]
3. Chapter 2 [12:02]
4. Chapter 3 [11:54]
5. Chapter 4 [12:23]
6. Chapter 5 [9:44]
7. Chapter 6 [10:41]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Tomboy
   Tomboy
   Chapter Index
   Catalog
   Coming Attractions
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