"Wild and crazy" Martin's successful starring debut tells the title character's hilarious rags-to-riches story from his birth as a poor black child!
First scene for Jeffrey Hunter as local syndicated columnist Caulfield, visiting his uncle the mayor Skeffington (Spencer Tracy), who has a proposition relating to his re-election campaign, early in John Ford's The Last Hurrah, 1958.
Mayor Skeffington (Spencer Tracy) with embedded-reporter nephew Adam (Jeffrey Hunter) arriving early to the wake for a friend, meeting kooky Delia (Jane Darwell) and the widow Gert (Anna Lee), in John Ford's The Last Hurrah, 1958, from the Edwin O'Connor novel.
Mayor Skeffington (Spencer Tracy) at a campaign rally, his nephew, columnist Caulfield (Jeffrey Hunter) with his wife (Dianne Foster) and her grouchy father (Willis Bouchey), then the mayor's no-account son (Arthur Walsh) arriving home, in John Ford's The Last Hurrah, 1958.
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