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Beggars in Ermine (February 22, 1934)

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Lionel Atwill and Betty Furness in Beggars in Ermine
 

Released on February 22, 1934: Two steel mill tycoons battle each other for control of the big steel mill.

Produced by William T. Lackey

Directed by Phil Rosen

The Actors: Lionel Atwill (John 'Flint' Dawson/John Daniels), Betty Furness (Joyce Dawson), Henry B. Walthall (Marchant the blind man), Jameson Thomas (Jim Marley), James Bush (Lee Marly, Jim's nephew), Astrid Allwyn (Mrs. Vivian Dawson), George 'Gabby' Hayes (Joe Wilson), Stephen Gross (Scott Taggart, Joyce's lawyer), Sam Godfrey (Enright, Marley's lawyer), Myrtle Stedman (nurse), Sydney De Gray (Davis), Gordon De Main (police captain), Henry Hall (secretary), Alfred Hewston (steel worker), Lew Hicks (plainclothesman), Lloyd Ingraham (steel worker), Gail Kaye (Joyce as a child), Tom London (steel worker), Clinton Lyle (Mike the mute), Charles McAvoy (steel worker), William McCall (steel worker), Robert Milasch (steel worker), Arthur Millett (steel worker), Lee Phelps (Joe Swanson, night crane operator), William Worthington (board member)

 
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Revenge Served Hot . . .

John ‘Flint’ Dawson and his partner Jim Marley run a steel mill during the time that steel was replacing the wood in buildings and making possible the construction of skyscrapers and mighty bridges that could never be built with wood and nails. Steel is changing the world, but the men who make the steel are like all men since Cain and Abel. There are two basic methods that business tycoons employ to grow their wealth . . . . Some leaders fight and scratch and struggle to the top, destroying anyone and anything that gets in their way . . . . . They use their wit and the power of fear to great advantage . . . . And they do indeed rise to the top many times. Some leaders combine their wit with the help of many others that they can convince to join them on their quest. Napoleon Hill, who was taught the principles of wealth by Andrew Carnegie and Henry Ford, calls it the ‘Master Mind Group’ principle. One man of conviction and focus can accomplish great things indeed . . . But when one man can, by use of a pleasing personality and a plan, convince a group of men and women to join him in his vision, there is absolutely no limit to their efforts. Jim Marley is the first kind of man . . . He will steal Flint’s wife, contrive to dump a bucket of hot molten steel on his partner Flint to kill him, deceive and cheat everyone around him, until he alone owns the mighty steel mill and the wealth that goes with it. Marley’s partner Flint Dawson will lose his legs when the molten steel is poured onto him, and while he is recovering in the hospital his wife will sell his half of the steel mill and take the money and sail to Europe. Flint Dawson gets out of the hospital with no money and no legs . . . The only thing he can do to earn his next meal is to become a beggar . . . . But even though Flint has no legs and no money, he has a plan . . . . He can do what Marley could never do . . . He can meet and befriend other beggars . . . Thousands of beggars . . . . And one man with no legs, but thousands of friends, can get the best kind of revenge on his partner Marley, who stole his wife and tried to kill him. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Jameson Thomas
Jameson Thomas
Lionel Atwill
Lionel Atwill
Astrid Allwyn
Astrid Allwyn
Astrid Allwyn and Jameson Thomas
Astrid Allwyn and Jameson Thomas
Astrid Allwyn
Astrid Allwyn
Betty Furness and James Bush
Betty Furness and James Bush
Betty Furness and Lionel Atwill
Betty Furness and Lionel Atwill
Betty Furness and Lionel Atwill
Betty Furness and Lionel Atwill
Betty Furness
Betty Furness
George 'Gabby' Hayes and Lionel Atwill
George 'Gabby' Hayes and Lionel Atwill
Gabby Hayes
Gabby Hayes
Henry B. Walthall
Henry B. Walthall
Henry B. Walthall
Henry B. Walthall
James Bush and Betty Furness
James Bush and Betty Furness
James Bush, Jameson Thomas and Lionel Atwill
James Bush, Jameson Thomas and Lionel Atwill
James Bush, Lew Hicks and Lionel Atwill
James Bush, Lew Hicks and Lionel Atwill
James Bush
James Bush
Jameson Thomas
Jameson Thomas
Jameson Thomas and George 'Gabby' Hayes
Jameson Thomas and George 'Gabby' Hayes
Jameson Thomas and Lee Phelps
Jameson Thomas and Lee Phelps
Jameson Thomas and Lionel Atwill
Jameson Thomas and Lionel Atwill
Jameson Thomas
Jameson Thomas
Lee Phelps
Lee Phelps
Lew Hicks and Lionel Atwill
Lew Hicks and Lionel Atwill
Lew Hicks and Lionel Atwill
Lew Hicks and Lionel Atwill
Lionel Atwill
Lionel Atwill
Lionel Atwill and Henry B. Walthall
Lionel Atwill and Henry B. Walthall
Lionel Atwill
Lionel Atwill
Lionel Atwill
Lionel Atwill
Myrtle Stedman
Myrtle Stedman
Myrtle Stedman and Lionel Atwill
Myrtle Stedman and Lionel Atwill
Myrtle Stedman
Myrtle Stedman
Sam Godfrey
Sam Godfrey
Stephen Gross and Betty Furness
Stephen Gross and Betty Furness
Stephen Gross
Stephen Gross