The Sap from Syracuse

The Sap from Syracuse is a 1930 American pre-Code comedy film directed by A.wikipedia
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George Barbier (actor)

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The film stars Jack Oakie, Ginger Rogers, Granville Bates, George Barbier, and Verree Teasdale.
The Sap from Syracuse (1930) as Senator Powell

Granville Bates

The film stars Jack Oakie, Ginger Rogers, Granville Bates, George Barbier, and Verree Teasdale.
The Sap from Syracuse (1930)

Jack Oakie

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The film stars Jack Oakie, Ginger Rogers, Granville Bates, George Barbier, and Verree Teasdale.

Verree Teasdale

The film stars Jack Oakie, Ginger Rogers, Granville Bates, George Barbier, and Verree Teasdale.
The Sap from Syracuse (1930)

John Griffith Wray

The Sap from Syracuse is a 1930 American pre-Code comedy film directed by A. Edward Sutherland and written by John Griffith Wray, along with Jack O'Donnell, John Hayden and Gertrude Purcell.
The Sap from Syracuse (1930)

Pre-Code Hollywood

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The Sap from Syracuse is a 1930 American pre-Code comedy film directed by A. Edward Sutherland and written by John Griffith Wray, along with Jack O'Donnell, John Hayden and Gertrude Purcell.

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The Sap from Syracuse is a 1930 American pre-Code comedy film directed by A. Edward Sutherland and written by John Griffith Wray, along with Jack O'Donnell, John Hayden and Gertrude Purcell.

A. Edward Sutherland

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The Sap from Syracuse is a 1930 American pre-Code comedy film directed by A. Edward Sutherland and written by John Griffith Wray, along with Jack O'Donnell, John Hayden and Gertrude Purcell.

Ginger Rogers

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The film stars Jack Oakie, Ginger Rogers, Granville Bates, George Barbier, and Verree Teasdale.

Paramount Pictures

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The film was released on July 26, 1930, by Paramount Pictures.

Napoleon

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When Littleton Looney, a crane driver, inherits $18,000 from his uncle, he decides to fulfill his dream and go to Europe (he is a great admirer of Napoleon).

John D. Rockefeller

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His ex-boss, Hopkins, and a couple of Hopkins' cronies decide to pull a prank on him; they send telegrams (supposedly from John D. Rockefeller, Henry Ford and others) to the captain of the luxury liner that Looney takes, asking that Looney be treated well.

Henry Ford

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His ex-boss, Hopkins, and a couple of Hopkins' cronies decide to pull a prank on him; they send telegrams (supposedly from John D. Rockefeller, Henry Ford and others) to the captain of the luxury liner that Looney takes, asking that Looney be treated well.

Jean Del Val

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The Sap from Syracuse (1930) - Pierre Bouvet - French Engineer (uncredited)

Daniel Reed (actor)

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The Sap from Syracuse (1930) (dialogue director)