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Money From Home (1953) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by George Marshall and produced by Hal B. Wallis.

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Virgil: Me and my big mouth. I'd get rid of it, except it's such a handy place to keep my teeth.


Virgil: So do me something.


Virgil: They tell me when you ride you ride as if you were a part of the horse. Would that be a compliment, Sir?


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Reportedly one of only two 3-D films shot in three-strip Technicolor, the other being Flight to Tangier.
'Pat Crowley''s movie debut.
According to an August 1953 Hollywood Reporter news item, producersHal B. Wallis and Joseph H. Hazen made the film independently, before a distributor was in place. In late June 1953, Wallis and Hazen dissolved their company, Hal Wallis Productions, through which they had made many films for Paramount release.
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