Dreaming Out Loud

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Released 1940

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Director:
Harold Young
Released:
1940
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Dreaming Out Loud is a 1940 comedy directed by Harold Young. Pine Ridge, Arkansas, is a town without much going on. Abner Peabody (Norris Goff) and Lum Edwards (Chester Lauck) are two of the most sociable and sought-after men around, since they are the owners of the general store. The general store is the center of Pine Ridge's social activity. The store also holds the town's only post office. Pretty Alice (Frances Langford) makes a living for herself as the post mistress and is friends with Lum and Abner. They know about Alice's secret heartache: she is madly in love with Kenneth Barnes (Robert Wilcox), the son of Dr. Walter Barnes (Frank Craven), but an old family feud is getting in the way of their happiness. As the town's informal guardian angels, Lum and Abner make it their duty to bring Alice and Kenneth together. They also have their hands full trying to raise enough money for a mobile hospital unit that will help the residents of the modest little town. It remains to be seen whether Lum and Abner can save the day.moreless
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