Millions (September 21, 1937)

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Gordon Harker and Frank Pettingell in Millions
 

Released on September 21, 1937: Two feuding British millionaires try to destroy each other's business while their children fall in love with each other.

Produced by Herbert Wilcox

Directed by Leslie S. Hiscott

The Actors: Gordon Harker (Otto Forbes), Frank Pettingell (Sir Charles Rinner), Richard Hearne (Jimmy Forbes), Jane Carr (Jane Rimmer), Stuart Robertson (Bastian the conductor), Anthony Holles (Billy Todd, composer), Ellen Pollock (Janet Mason, Otto's secretary), Jack Hobbs (Parsons, Jimmy's butler), Ernest Sefton (Naseby), Alexander Field (the broker's man), Queenie Leonard (Lilian, Rinner's maid)

 

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Cloves for Everyone

One of my mentors says that you cannot pay someone else to do your push-ups for you . . . There are some things that you must do for yourself. Jimmy Forbes will learn this lesson well before this business of comedy is finished. Otto Forbes, played by Gordon Harker, has a business neighbor and competitor Sir Charles Rimmer, played by Frank Pettingell. They rarely bother to hide their contempt for each other, and enjoy trying to defeat each other in business and politics . . . Good stuff for a comedy . . . But there is more . . . Forbes has a son Jimmy whose only talent seems to be spending Papa's money. With his father threatening to cut off his funds, Jimmy and his butler Parsons must either find a way to earn a living . . . or trick Papa into thinking that he has a talent and something of value to offer the world. Since old man Forbes loves good classical music Parsons thinks that if they can convince him that Jimmy is a struggling, budding composer Papa will be proud of him and continue funding his lavish lifestyle. This leads to that and soon Jimmy and Parsons meet a real struggling composer and agree to pay him a lot of money to allow Jimmy to claim the composer's works as his own . . . and for a while it works like a charm! Papa is proud as punch that his son seems to be an up-and-coming a composer, and along with Papa's plans to corner the market on cloves and bankrupt Sir Charles, Papa's world is just perfect. In addition to all of this, Jimmy meets and falls in love with Sir Charles' daughter Jane, to the disdain of both fathers. Everything will come to a head during a party that Sir Charles gives with the intention of exposing Jimmy's fraudulent music, and also crush Jimmy's Papa in the clove deal. It doesn't look good for Jimmy or his Papa this fine evening . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Anthony Holles and Gordon Harker
Anthony Holles and Gordon Harker
Anthony Holles
Anthony Holles
Ellen Pollock
Ellen Pollock
Ellen Pollock and Gordon Harker
Ellen Pollock and Gordon Harker
Ellen Pollock and Gordon Harker
Ellen Pollock and Gordon Harker
Ellen Pollock
Ellen Pollock
Ernest Sefton and Frank Pettingell
Ernest Sefton and Frank Pettingell
Ernest Sefton
Ernest Sefton
Frank Pettingell
Frank Pettingell
Frank Pettingell and Ernest Sefton
Frank Pettingell and Ernest Sefton
Frank Pettingell and Gordon Harker
Frank Pettingell and Gordon Harker
Frank Pettingell and Queenie Leonard
Frank Pettingell and Queenie Leonard
Frank Pettingell and Richard Hearne
Frank Pettingell and Richard Hearne
Frank Pettingell
Frank Pettingell
Gordon Harker and Ellen Pollock
Gordon Harker and Ellen Pollock
Gordon Harker and Frank Pettingell
Gordon Harker and Frank Pettingell
Gordon Harker and Richard Hearne
Gordon Harker and Richard Hearne
Gordon Harker
Gordon Harker
Jack Hobbs and Alexander Field
Jack Hobbs and Alexander Field
Jack Hobbs, Gordon Harker and Richard Hearne
Jack Hobbs, Gordon Harker and Richard Hearne
Jack Hobbs and Gordon Harker
Jack Hobbs and Gordon Harker
Jack Hobbs
Jack Hobbs
Jane Carr and Frank Pettingell
Jane Carr and Frank Pettingell
Jane Carr
Jane Carr
Queenie Leonard and Anthony Holles
Queenie Leonard and Anthony Holles
Queenie Leonard and Frank Pettingell
Queenie Leonard and Frank Pettingell
Queenie Leonard and Anthony Holles
Queenie Leonard and Anthony Holles
Queenie Leonard
Queenie Leonard
Richard Hearne, Anthony Holles and Jack Hobbs
Richard Hearne, Anthony Holles and Jack Hobbs
Richard Hearn, Anthony Holles and Jane Carr
Richard Hearn, Anthony Holles and Jane Carr
Richard Hearne and Jack Hobbs
Richard Hearne and Jack Hobbs
Richard Hearne and Jane Carr
Richard Hearne and Jane Carr
Richard Hearne and Jane Carr
Richard Hearne and Jane Carr
Stuart Robertson and Anthony Holles
Stuart Robertson and Anthony Holles