|Scattergood Meets Broadway|
|Directed by||Christy Cabanne|
|Screenplay by|| Michael L. Simmons |
Ethel B. Stone
|Story by||Michael L. Simmons|
|Produced by||Jerrold T. Brandt|
|Starring|| Guy Kibbee |
William "Bill" Henry
|Edited by||John Sturges|
|Music by||Dimitri Tiomkin|
|Distributed by||RKO Pictures|
Scattergood Meets Broadway is a 1941 American comedy film directed by Christy Cabanne and written by Michael L. Simmons and Ethel B. Stone. It is the sequel to the 1941 film Scattergood Pulls the Strings . The film stars Guy Kibbee, Mildred Coles, William "Bill" Henry, Emma Dunn, Frank Jenks, Joyce Compton and Bradley Page. The film was released on August 22, 1941, by RKO Pictures.   
Scattergood loans some money to his neighbor, Elly Drew, who was going to sell her home in order to support her son David, an aspiring playwright who is in New York City trying to get his play produced. He also decides to go visit New York to see how David was doing and finds out finds out that things aren't quite as rosy as they seem.
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