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Mr. and Mrs. Bent sell their small town drug store to a large chain. Suddenly "in the money," Mr. Brent yearns to open a nut farm. His wife, however, is more interested in producing smoothtalking Hamilton T. Holland's proposed motion picture epic. With Mrs. Brent's brother Willie Barton (Wallace Ford) hired to direct and local character Van Norton set to star, the film's production promises to be even "nuttier" than the farm. A screwball "behind the cameras" comedy, The Nut Farm is a droll spoof of the entertainment industry based on John C. Brownell's 1929 farce.

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ALP4690 Nut Farm DVD (1935/Wallace Ford) $5.99