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Me and My Gal


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  • Walsh’s sharp-tongued and rowdy characters are played by a tangy and exuberant deck of character actors, including one with a cinematic history: Henry B. Walthall, one of the great silent-era performers, whom Walsh had directed in a 1916 (silent!) adaptation of Ibsen’s play “Pillars of Society.” By casting Walthall in the role of Kate’s father-in-law, Walsh wittily pays homage to Walthall’s days of fame. Though Walsh was a master of the talking picture... his sense of silence remained golden.