Kentucky Kernels (1934) Movie Details

Kentucky Kernels
English
George Stevens
Harry Ruby , Roy Webb
RKO Radio Pictures
(India)
1 hr 15 mins
5.0/10
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Kentucky Kernels Movie Cast

Bert Wheeler
as Willie
Robert Woolsey
as Elmer
Mary Carlisle
as Gloria
George McFarland
as Spanky (as 'Spanky' McFarland)
Noah Beery
as Colonel Wakefield
Lucille La Verne
as Aunt Hannah (as Lucille LaVerne)

Kentucky Kernels Crew List

Director :
Screenplay : Bert Kalmar , Harry Ruby , Fred Guiol
Makeup Department Head : Mel Berns
Executive Producer : Merian C. Cooper
Associate Producer : H.N. Swanson
Producer : Lee S. Marcus
Original Music Composer : ,
Director of Photography : Edward Cronjager
Editor : James B. Morley
Casting : Rufus Le Maire
Art Direction : Perry Ferguson , Van Nest Polglase
Set Decoration : Darrell Silvera
Costume Design : Walter Plunkett

Kentucky Kernels International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
02-11-1934
India
02-11-1934

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The Great Elmer and Company, two out-of-work magicians, help lovelorn Jerry Bronson adopt Spanky Milford, to distract him. When Bronson makes up and elopes, the pair are stuck with the little boy. But Spanky inherits a Kentucky fortune, so they head south to Banesville, where the Milfords and Wakefields are conducting a bitter feud.

Kentucky Kernels

Kentucky Kernels is a 1934 English Film stars Bert Wheeler , George Stevens , Bert Kalmar , Harry Ruby , Fred Guiol , Robert Woolsey , Mary Carlisle , George McFarland , Noah Beery , Lucille La Verne , Mel Berns , Merian C. Cooper , H.N. Swanson , Lee S. Marcus , Harry Ruby , Roy Webb , Edward Cronjager , James B. Morley , Rufus Le Maire , Perry Ferguson , Van Nest Polglase , Darrell Silvera , Walter Plunkett , directed by George Stevens & music by Roy Webb.