Nick Venizelos, an immigrant Greek barber, has an uncommon affinity for poker and other sorts of wagering and a group of his friends bankroll him in a big game, where his weakness for pretty blondes is taken advantage of by sleazy operator Sleepy Sam who cleans him out in a rigged game. Nick accepts help from his buddy Jack as they turn the tables on the grifters, but triumph soon changes to tragedy. Written by
Gabe Taverney (firstname.lastname@example.org)
11 July 1931 (USA)
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Also Known As:
As Mulheres Enganam Sempre
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Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?
At the time the movie was made, James Cagney
had appeared in several movies but was not yet a big star. During the making of Smart Money
(1931), Cagney was simultaneously filming The Public Enemy
(1931) with director William A. Wellman
. (Screenwriters Kubec Glasmon
and John Bright
were re-writing dialogue for "Public Enemy" while working on the set of "Smart Money.") Knowing that his friend Edward G. Robinson
was already a star, Cagney deferred to Robinson in most of their scenes together. But by the time "Smart Money" was released, "The Public Enemy" had been out for several months and had made Cagney a star as well, so Warner Brothers put Cagney and Robinson's faces together on posters for the film, and gave them equal billing. See more
According to video commentators Ursini and Silver, Robinson starred as Luis Pasteur, a role that was played by Paul Muni. Also they credit "Scarface" as a Universal picture. It was actually a Caddo Picture released by United Artists. See more
Who'll give me a half a dollar for my hand?
Nick 'The Barber' Venizelos
Uh, I wouldn't give you a nickel for your whole body.
He's a Devil
Written by Irving Berlin See more