Unscrupulous investigator of lost heirs Jimmy Corrigan loses his love Joan Martin to apparently upright competitor James Wallingham. He counters by adding a veneer of respectability to his own operation. Meanwhile he exposes Wallingham for a fraud. Written by
Ed Stephan <email@example.com>
He's the BIGGEST CHISELER since MICHAELANGELO! Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves Were PIKERS compared ti this RED-HAIRED SON-OF-A-GUN!
Did You Know?
Because he disliked the script for this movie so much, James Cagney had the sides of his head shaved for the film, without the knowledge of either director Michael Curtiz or producer Hal Wallis; Bette Davis did not appreciate it either, and refused to have publicity pictures taken with Cagney. See more
Two of the newspapers' front pages in the montage at the beginning of the film have the same headline and story of Jesse Owens choosing Ohio State University out of 28 colleges that recruited him out of high school in Cleveland. See more
[working the switchboard
Hello Mr. Corrigan's office. Mrs.Greenbaum? Oh, I thought I reckonized your voice... Huh? Oh, you wanna know if Mr. Corrigan sent you that copy of your aunt's will? Just a sec...
[turning to her coworker
Hey Jitters, has that gone out yet?
No it ain't. Whaddya think I am? An octopus with a thousand hands or somethin'?
Sure, Mrs. Greenbaum, it's in the mail... You're welcome.
My Old Kentucky Home, Good Night
Written by Stephen Foster
Sung a cappella by Hobart Cavanaugh
and Eddie Shubert See more