Wednesday, May 30, 2012
See America Thirst (1930)
Starring Harry Langdon, Slim Summerville, Bessie Love; directed by William James
Craft Langdon and Summerville play a couple of tramps who, through a case of mistaken identity, find themselves in the middle of a bootleggers’ war. Teaming up with a part-time night club singer, the bumbling pair hatch a scheme to steal the bootleggers’ money.
The State Theatre, which was located at 220 East Main, ticket booth and outer lobby decorated for See America Thirst; at the time The State had its own exterior entrance, 1/06/1931, Lafayette Studios collection #838