Scudda-Hoo! Scudda-Hay!

Scudda-Hoo! Scudda-Hay!

Guy Beach
Director: Frederick Hugh Herbert Cast: Guy Beach
Guy Beach
, Walter Brennan
Walter Brennan
, Ken Christy
Ken Christy
Frederick Hugh Herbert

DVD (Full Frame)

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Though the title sounds like something from a Big Band era tune, it actually refers to commands used during the training of mules. Young Snug Dominy has just purchased a pair of strapping mules. With no available cash, he must work for their previous owner to pay them off. Snug lives with his callous stepmother Judith, who spends all her time and attention with his stepbrother Stretch. This creates an escalating tension between the two youths that their father is unable to stop. Meanwhile, Snug toils long and hard to keep possession of his muleteam, as the farmer who owned them tries to get them back. Things get really sticky when Snug falls in love with the farmer's lovely daughter. Look very closely and see a young Marilyn Monroe paddling a canoe in one sequence.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/15/2014
UPC: 0024543934363
Original Release: 1948
Rating: NR
Source: Fox Mod
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Time: 1:35:00
Sales rank: 27,029

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Guy Beach Elmer
Walter Brennan Tony Maule
Ken Christy Sheriff Bursom
G. Pat Collins Malone
Edward Gargan Ted
June Haver Rad McGill
Herbert Heywood Dugan
Henry Hull Milt Dominy
Eugene Jackson Stable Hand
Robert Karnes Stretch Dominy
Lee MacGregor Ches
Lon McCallister Snug Dominy
Matt McHugh Jim
Marilyn Monroe Girlfriend
Tom Moore Judge Stillwell
Anne Revere Judith Dominy
Tom Tully Roarer McGill
Charles Wagenheim Barber
Geraldine Wall Mrs. McGill
Natalie Wood Bean McGill
Charles Woolf Jeff
Robert Adler Lumberjack
Colleen Townsend Girl Friend 1

Technical Credits
Frederick Hugh Herbert Director,Screenwriter
Bonnie Cashin Costumes/Costume Designer
Albert Hogsett Art Director
Harmon Jones Editor
Cyril Mockridge Score Composer
Walter Morosco Producer
Lionel Newman Musical Direction/Supervision
Ernest Palmer Cinematographer
Lyle Wheeler Art Director

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