A warehouse workman, tricked into thinking he is the heir to millions, locates an American financier to win his boss's daughter.

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Walter Forde ...
Monty Merton
Frank Stanmore ...
Frankie
Pauline Johnson ...
Jocelyn Winton
Sam Livesey ...
Gregory Winton
Mary Brough ...
Landlady
Charles Dormer ...
Eustace Mottletoe
Ian Wilson ...
Caddie
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A warehouse workman, tricked into thinking he is the heir to millions, locates an American financier to win his boss's daughter.

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February 1928 (UK)  »

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Walter Forde's First Feature
23 October 2016 | by (Crystal Palace) – See all my reviews

British comedian Walter Forde's first feature-length comedy is a lively little trifle in which our hero erroneously thinks he's inherited a fortune and looses his job, but eventually saves the day and gets the girl after a high-speed chase by car, train and air. The film makes good use of locations (starting with the factory where the day-dreaming Forde is mocked by his co-workers) and builds up a tremendous head of steam as it powers towards it's action-packed conclusion; although as usual in such comedies it seems highly unlikely that the gorgeous Pauline Johnson would really have looked twice at the barrel-chested, pug-faced Forde. Ian Wilson is creepily hilarious in an early appearance as a malevolent, gum-chewing golf caddie.


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