William Frawley was an American actor and entertainer, best known for his role as ‘Fred Mertz’ in the former American TV show ‘I Love Lucy’ (1951-57). He is also remembered for playing ‘Bub’ in the comedy series ‘My Three Sons’ (1960-65). William started his career as vaudeville artist, along with his wife. He made his first screen appearance in the silent film ‘Lord Loveland Discovers America,’ in 1916. He made his ‘Broadway’ debut in ‘Merry, Merry,’ in 1925. Some of his successful films include ‘Moonlight and Pretzels’ (1933), ‘It’s a Great Life’ (1935), ‘Rhythm on the River’ (1940), ‘The Quarterback’ (1940), ‘Lady on a Train’ (1945), and ‘The Lemon Drop’ (1951). His unsuccessful films include ‘Ambush’ (1939), ‘Untamed’ (1940), and Home in San Antone’ (1949). Some of his TV appearances came in shows, such as ‘The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour’ (1957-60), ‘My Living Doll’ (1964), and ‘The Lucy Show’ (1965).
Based on Mark Twain’s classic, the film follows Huckleberry Finn, a boisterous youngster who flees from his obnoxious father to travel down the Mississippi River on a raft. He is joined by Jim, a slave trying to run away from being sold. During the journey, they face troubles with devious people, and experience exciting escapades where the two save each other’s lives.
Wanda Nash is masquerading as Princess Olga from Sweden on board the ocean liner the Mammoth. She runs into King Mantell, a band leader with a criminal record. Robert M. Darcy starts blackmailing them but soon ends up dead. Now both of them must find the real killer before they are pinned for the murder.
In a turbulent China, an American mercenary O'Hara is assigned to aid the arms supply of the authorities of a province destroyed by a brutal warlord General Yang. However, while on his way to Shanghai to purchase arms, he meets and falls for Judy Perrie whose father is associated with Yang.
Montana cowboy, Duke Fergus, visits the notorious Barbary Coast in San Francisco to collect a debt from card shark Tito Morell, but ends up losing all money in gambling and smitten by Morell's lover, dance-hall girl Flaxen. He learns gambling tricks and returns to take over Morell's business and establish his own, with Flaxen as the main attraction.