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  • Puddin' Head (1941)
  • Approved
    80 min | Comedy, Musical
Puddin' Head (1941)
Approved
80 min | Comedy, Musical

Harold l. Montgomery, the scatterbrain vice-president of the United Broadcasing System, is dismayed when he learns that one-foot of the ground on which the station's imposing new structure has been built is part of the adjoining lot ...See moreHarold l. Montgomery, the scatterbrain vice-president of the United Broadcasing System, is dismayed when he learns that one-foot of the ground on which the station's imposing new structure has been built is part of the adjoining lot belonging to Judy Goober, a hillbilly girl, who could sue them for millions. Mortally afraid of his domineering, ill-tempered sister, Matilda. who is the president of the company, Montgomery decides to say nothing to her regarding the problem and, instead, takes his equally-scatterbrained son, Junior, with him to the Ozarks to talk Judy into selling the property before she learns the truth. But Judy turns out to be a hard-sell and Montgomery enlists the services of handsome Prince Karl, a frayed-at-the-cuffs but glib-of-tongue Russian who faces jail for back-alimony payments, and needs any job he can get. Written by Les Adams See less
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Director
Writers
Jack Townley (story and screenplay) (original story) | Milt Gross (screenplay) | Howard Snyder (additional dialogue) | Hugh Wedlock Jr. (additional dialogue)
Cinematographer
Jack A. Marta (as Jack Marta)
Editor
Ernest J. Nims (as Ernest Nims)
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Updated Jun 25, 1941

Release date
Jun 25, 1941 (United States)

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Cast

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47 cast members
Name Known for
Judy Canova
Judy Goober Judy Goober   See fewer
Francis Lederer
Prince Karl Prince Karl   See fewer
Raymond Walburn
Harold Montgomery Sr. Harold Montgomery Sr.   See fewer
Slim Summerville
Uncle Lem Uncle Lem   See fewer
Astrid Allwyn
Yvonne Jones Yvonne Jones   See fewer
Eddie Foy Jr.
Harold L. Montgomery Jr. Harold L. Montgomery Jr.   See fewer
Alma Kruger
Matilda Montgomery Matilda Montgomery   See fewer
Hugh O'Connell
Kincaid Kincaid   See fewer
Paul Harvey
Mr. Harvey Mr. Harvey   See fewer
Nora Lane
Miss Jenkins Miss Jenkins   See fewer
Gerald Oliver Smith
Hudson - Butler Hudson - Butler   See fewer
Wendell Niles
Randall, Program Announcer Randall, Program Announcer   See fewer
Vince Barnett
Otis Tarbell Otis Tarbell   See fewer
Betty Blythe
Mrs. Bowser Mrs. Bowser   See fewer
Ann Roberts
Minor Role Minor Role   See fewer
M.J. Frankovich
Broadcaster (as Mike Frankovich) Broadcaster (as Mike Frankovich)   See fewer
Bill Days
Member of The Sportsmen Quartet (as The Sportsman Quartette) Member of The Sportsmen Quartet (as The Sportsman Quartette)   See fewer
John Rarig
Member of The Sportsmen Quartet (as The Sportsman Quartette) Member of The Sportsmen Quartet (as The Sportsman Quartette)   See fewer
Thurl Ravenscroft
Member of The Sportsmen Quartet (as The Sportsman Quartette) Member of The Sportsmen Quartet (as The Sportsman Quartette)   See fewer
Max Smith
Member of The Sportsmen Quartet (as The Sportsman Quartette) Member of The Sportsmen Quartet (as The Sportsman Quartette)   See fewer
Jack George
Tough (as Jac George) Tough (as Jac George)   See fewer
Victor Potel
Hillbilly (as Vic Potel) Hillbilly (as Vic Potel)   See fewer
Frank Brownlee
Hillbilly (uncredited) Hillbilly (uncredited)   See fewer
Dora Clement
Matron (uncredited) Matron (uncredited)   See fewer
Frank Darien
Rube (uncredited) Rube (uncredited)   See fewer
June Earle
Girl (uncredited) Girl (uncredited)   See fewer
Harry Hayden
Studio Executive (uncredited) Studio Executive (uncredited)   See fewer
Grace Hayle
Dowager (uncredited) Dowager (uncredited)   See fewer
Robert Homans
Cop (uncredited) Cop (uncredited)   See fewer
Paul Kruger
Studio Usher (uncredited) Studio Usher (uncredited)   See fewer
Al Kunde
Hillbilly (uncredited) Hillbilly (uncredited)   See fewer
Anne Kunde
Hillbilly (uncredited) Hillbilly (uncredited)   See fewer
Carl M. Leviness
Man with Toupee (uncredited) Man with Toupee (uncredited)   See fewer
Emmett Lynn
Hillbilly (uncredited) Hillbilly (uncredited)   See fewer
George Morrell
Hillbilly (uncredited) Hillbilly (uncredited)   See fewer
William Newell
Studio Tour Guide (uncredited) Studio Tour Guide (uncredited)   See fewer
Spec O'Donnell
Office Boy (uncredited) Office Boy (uncredited)   See fewer
Jack O'Shea
Onlooker Outside Studio (uncredited) Onlooker Outside Studio (uncredited)   See fewer
Tex Phelps
Hillbilly (uncredited) Hillbilly (uncredited)   See fewer
Paul Power
Party Guest (uncredited) Party Guest (uncredited)   See fewer
Lorin Raker
Fired Employee (uncredited) Fired Employee (uncredited)   See fewer
Fred Santley
Secretary (uncredited) Secretary (uncredited)   See fewer
C. Montague Shaw
Judge (uncredited) Judge (uncredited)   See fewer
William Sundholm
Hillbilly (uncredited) Hillbilly (uncredited)   See fewer
Glen Walters
Hillbilly (uncredited) Hillbilly (uncredited)   See fewer
Bill Wolfe
Rube (uncredited) Rube (uncredited)   See fewer
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