A scene from the 1930 film Tol'able David. From left: Harlan E. Knight, John Carradine (billed as Peter Richmond), Henry B. Walthall, Joan Peers, and Noah Beery.
About Tol'able David
Tol'able David is a 1930 American sound drama film directed by John G. Blystone and produced and released by Columbia Pictures. It is a remake of a famous 1921 silent film Tol'able David starring Richard Barthelmess and Ernest Torrence. This Columbia film stars newcomer Richard Cromwell in the Barthelmess part after he won an audition over thousands of hopefuls and Harry Cohn gave him his screen name and a $75/week contract. It is preserved in the Library of Congress.
Cast and crew
The following people were involved in the making of Tol'able David: