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20 October 1931 (USA) See more »
In order to be able to buy a gas station, a young couple run a speakeasy. Complications arise when the husband loses their money to bookies. | Add synopsis »


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Ricardo Cortez ... Curly

Mae Clarke ... Bee

Norman Foster ... Doggie

Marie Prevost ... Alice

Slim Summerville ... The Drunk
Robert Emmett O'Connor ... Ryan
Thomas E. Jackson ... McManus

Louis Natheaux ... Block

Murray Kinnell ... Alf

Russell Hopton ... Kid Regan
Perry Ivins ... Spike

Brooks Benedict ... Jerry

Frank Hagney ... Henchman

Louise Beavers ... Maid

Directed by
Cyril Gardner 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Eva Finklestein  play "The Up-and-Up" (as Eva K. Flint)
Eva Finklestein  story "Twenty Grand" (as Eva K. Flint)
Cyril Gardner  adaptation
Martha O'Dwyer  story "Twenty Grand" (as Martha Madison)
Tom Reed  scenario
Courtney Terrett  scenario

Produced by
Cyril Gardner .... producer
Cinematography by
Jackson Rose 
Film Editing by
Harry W. Lieb 
Other crew
Carl Laemmle .... presenter

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65 min
Aspect Ratio:
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