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Money Means Nothing (June 15, 1934)

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Gloria Shea in Money Means Nothing
 

Released on June 15, 1934: (running time 64 minutes) A wealthy New York City girl falls in love with a poor working man from Hackensack.

Produced by Ben Verschleiser

Directed by Christy Cabanne

The Actors: Wallace Ford (Kenneth 'Kenny' McKay), Gloria Shea (Julie Ferris McKay), Edgar Kennedy (Herbert Green), Vivien Oakland (Helen Whitney), Maidel Turner (Mrs. Kerry Green), Betty Blythe (Mrs. Ferris), Eddie Tamblyn (Robby Ferris), Richard Tucker (George Whitney), Tenen Holtz (Mr. Silverman), Ann Brody (Mrs. Silverman), Irving Bacon (Navy Secretary), Ernie Adams (head hijacker), Sam Flint (Police Sergeant), Douglas Fowley (Red Miller), Olaf Hytten (Parsons, butler), Jack Kenney (hijacker driver), Jack Norton (Jack, hijacker), Lee Phelps (chauffeur), Harry Semels (toy vendor), Bert Young (Jim, the driver shot in the leg)

 
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One day in the 1960’s, two fellows were on a train heading into New York City. They were on their way to a New York Mets baseball game at Shea Stadium, and one fellow told his buddy that he thought the stadium was named after a baseball player that died in the war. Chuckling quietly behind them was Bill Shea, the man who was responsible for bringing the National Baseball League back to New York City. On April 16, 1964, William Shea christened the new baseball stadium with a bottle of water from the canal near Ebbets Field, historic home of the Brooklyn Dodgers, and a bottle of water from the Harlem River near where the New York Giants baseball team played.

Bill Shea was born in 1907, and he had a younger sister Gloria, born in 1910. In 1929, at the age of 19, Gloria appeared in the big spectacular showgirl movie “Glorifying the American Girl,” and appeared a total of 41 times on the big screen before an automobile accident cut her acting career short. A couple of years after her accident she married Vice Admiral Robert J. Stroh, and they lived happily ever after.

In this situation comedy about young love, Gloria Shea is a wealthy young girl living at a grand country estate with her mother and brother, and her older sister and her husband. This young rich girl craves adventure, dragging one of her boy friends to small dive bars in search of a good bar fight, or other exciting adventure. This leads to that and she meets a young man working for an automobile supply house, and she falls instantly, fatally, totally I love with him.

The working boy from Hackensack isn’t much interested in the ritzy young girl, but when she proposes to him, he reluctantly accepts. Their adventure into married life during the Great Depression without much money will test their love, and either break it or make it unbreakable. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show. – P.S.: Extra credit if you can discover the food that the new wife craves while she is pregnant.

Betty Blythe and Gloria Shea
Betty Blythe and Gloria Shea
Douglas Fowley
Douglas Fowley
Douglas Fowley and Wallace Ford
Douglas Fowley and Wallace Ford
Eddie Tamblyn and Betty Blythe
Eddie Tamblyn and Betty Blythe
Eddie Tamblyn and Betty Blythe
Eddie Tamblyn and Betty Blythe
Eddie Tamblyn and Gloria Shea
Eddie Tamblyn and Gloria Shea
Edgar Kennedy
Edgar Kennedy
Edgar Kennedy
Edgar Kennedy
Ernie Adams and Jack Kenney
Ernie Adams and Jack Kenney
Gloria Shea
Gloria Shea
GLoria Shea and Eddie Tamblyn
GLoria Shea and Eddie Tamblyn
Gloria Shea and Wallace Ford
Gloria Shea and Wallace Ford
Gloria Shea
Gloria Shea
Gloria Shea
Gloria Shea
Gloria Shea and Wallace Ford
Gloria Shea and Wallace Ford
Gloria Shea
Gloria Shea
Wallace Ford and Gloria Shea
Wallace Ford and Gloria Shea
Harry Semels and Wallace Ford
Harry Semels and Wallace Ford
Lee Phelps
Lee Phelps
Maidel Turner and Edgar Kennedy
Maidel Turner and Edgar Kennedy
Maidel Turner and Gloria Shea
Maidel Turner and Gloria Shea
Richard Tucker
Richard Tucker
Richard Tucker and Lee Phelps
Richard Tucker and Lee Phelps
Richard Tucker and Vivien Oakland
Richard Tucker and Vivien Oakland
Sam Flint
Sam Flint
Sam Flint, Gloria Shea and Wallace Ford
Sam Flint, Gloria Shea and Wallace Ford
Tenen Holtz
Tenen Holtz
Tenen Holtz and Ann Brody
Tenen Holtz and Ann Brody
Vivien Oakland
Vivien Oakland
Vivien Oakland, Gloria Shea and Wallace Ford
Vivien Oakland, Gloria Shea and Wallace Ford
Vivien Oakland, Olaf Hytten and Bert Young
Vivien Oakland, Olaf Hytten and Bert Young