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The Millionaire (1921)

On the morning that Simon Fisher dismisses him, Jack Norman, who has fallen in love with Kate Blair, the bookkeeper, is notified that he has fallen heir to $80 million, the estate of ... See full summary »

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Jack Norman
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Bobo Harmsworth
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Simon Fisher
Verne Winter ...
Jimmy
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Kate Blair
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Frederick Vroom ...
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Marion Culbreth
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Evers (as E.A. Warren)
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On the morning that Simon Fisher dismisses him, Jack Norman, who has fallen in love with Kate Blair, the bookkeeper, is notified that he has fallen heir to $80 million, the estate of murdered financier Silas Gyde, who once loved Norman's mother. Kate decides that she will not marry Jack until she can see what effect sudden wealth will have upon him. After many adventures, Jack discovers that the gang that murdered Silas is after him, and he persuades an actor friend to pose as the heir, while he acts as secretary. His friend Bobo is vamped by Marion, a female gang member, who marries, then tries to rob, Bobo; but Jack arrives with the police and captures the entire gang. Written by Pamela Short

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Picture a likable young chap in a $25.00 a week job at bookkeeping. Picture him receiving word that he is suddenly worth eighty million dollars! Mix with that a lovely girl, a gang of blackmailers and you will have Herbert rawlinson's latest picture.(Print Ad- Altus Times-Democrat,((Altus, Oklahoma)) 15 June 1922)

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14 November 1921 (USA)  »

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Millionnaire malgré lui  »

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