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Smart Money (1931) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Alfred E. Green and produced by Alfred E. Green.

Academy Awards 1930/31 --- Ceremony Number 4 (source: AMPAS)

AwardRecipientResult
Best WritingLucien Hubbard, Joseph JacksonNominated
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Nick 'The Barber' Venizelos: [leaving the poker game a winner] Suntan, my hat, my cane, and my gloves. I heard that in a play once.
[buttoning and tipping him]
Nick 'The Barber' Venizelos: Oh, here. Go with that as far as it'll take yuh.
Sundown: Thank you, suh.
Nick 'The Barber' Venizelos: [to Sleepy Sam] Well, Nick the Barber gave you a trimmin', hunh? Well, I'll be seein' you boys!


Nick 'The Barber' Venizelos: Say, is that my tie?
Jack: Why, uh... when I got up this morning, I sort of...
Nick 'The Barber' Venizelos: Yeah, well, why didn't put on that new checkered suit of mine while you were about it?
Jack: [chuckling] Heh-heh-heh... It didn't fit.


Nick 'The Barber' Venizelos: [throwing Sport out of the game] Come on! Breeze, and as you go out, take the welcome sign off.


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Film debut of Charles Lane.
The role played by Donald Cook was all but eliminated in the final cut, but he still appears as one of Nick's two accomplices (along with 'James Cagney' after one of the poker games.
Original opening credits and underlying music were replaced during the 1940s for an intended re-release, and are still in place on surviving material.
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