Fast-talking auctioneer Spot Cash Cutler is content with his Second Avenue existence selling pawned goods for highly inflated prices. One day, a Fifth Avenue society lady picks up a priceless belt buckle for a song at Cutler's shop. Cutler tries to get his cut of the true price, but she makes a counter-offer of an expensive auction house and a scheme to auction off a house full of fake antiques. Written by
Erik Gregersen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The Cellini mentioned in regards to the belt buckle is Benvenuto Cellini (1500-1571) of Florence, Italy. He was a famous goldsmith, sculptor and painter during the Mannerist period of the High Renaissance. See more
When Spot and Millicent leave his office, from the interior shot the outer side of the door is blank, but when they move into the hall, the door has "Office" written upon it. See more
[speaking of furniture
You know, of course, what Louis the Fourteenth was responsible for?
'Spot Cash' Cutler
Sure, Louis the Fifthteenth!
Easy Come, Easy Go
Music by Johnny Green
Lyrics by Eddie Heywood
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