If I Had A Million (1932) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by H. Bruce Humberstone and Lothar Mendes and produced by Louis D. Lighton, Emanuel Cohen and Benjamin Glazer.
"If I Had a Million," or A Taste of MoneyBy David on Sep 4, 2012 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze
In the 1932 film "If I Had a Million," a cantankerous millionaire (Richard Bennett, the real-life father of actresses Constance and Joan Bennett) decides to stiff his greedy relatives and leave a million dollars to eight people picked at random from the city directory. It was a big year for "all-st... Read full article
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Eddie Jackson: Listen, I'm going off my nut. I ain't eaten. I ain't slept. The cops have got a plant on my place, and I'm walking around without a dime with THIS is in my pocket. I can't even buy a cup of coffee. I'm going crazy, I tell ya.
Mrs. Mary Walker: There ain't any jail of steel or stone that can hold a body prisoner as tight as one built of old age... and lack of money.
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Debut of Marc Lawrence.
The presently available DVD and cable television version appears to be the shortened 1949 re-release, running 83 minutes, with a re-arranged cast list that omits several players whose names appeared on-screen at the time of the original 1932 release.
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