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Seven Keys to Baldpate (1935) Poster

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George M. Cohan's play opened on Broadway in New York at the Astor Theater on September 22nd, 1913 and ran for 320 performances.
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Erville Alderson, who plays the police chief, also appears in the 1947 version, albeit in a smaller role as the station agent (played in this version by Walter Brennan).
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Both this and the 1947 version feature a character named Professor Boulton--who is not in the play on which they are based.
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$200,000 is equivalent to about $3.7 million in 2019.
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The fourth film version of "Seven Keys," this one does not contain any of the meta "story within a story" elements of the 1929 film.
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