A professor comes up with a system to win at roulette, and goes to the famous casino at Monte Carlo to try it out. When he turns up murdered and his "system" missing, a reporter sets out to find the killer--and the system.
Gambler and bookmaker "Odds" Owen decides that the insurance racket is a business that offers better odds and less risk, and this appeals to him and he sets up shop. He underwrites anything... See full summary »
Errol Flynn fell into this role having only taken up acting as a past-time. He had no theatrical training, did not do a degree or diploma in the creative arts, but had a screen role handed to him on a plate. I never thought that he was much of an actor because he had no disciplined training to draw from.
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