One of the classic comedies of the era, "Earthworm Tractors" (1936) stars Joe E. Brown as Alexander Botts, a hapless salesman who tries every trick in the book to move his merchandise. There's only one problem with his new job: he knows nothing about tractors. But that won't stop him from plying his trade on a stubborn lumberman, especially when he falls for the lumberman's daughter. Filled with classic set pieces and slapstick, "Earthworm Tractors" still delivers. Based on the character created by William Hazlett Upson for the Saturday Evening Post.