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Money Means Nothing (1934)

Passed  -  Drama  -  15 June 1934 (USA)
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At Joe's Roadside, a popular but rundown New York roadhouse where the wealthy and not-so-wealthy hang out, a wealthy Manhattan girl and a struggling Brooklyn boy meet and fall in love. She ... See full summary »

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Complete credited cast:
Wallace Ford ...
Kenneth 'Kenny' McKay
Gloria Shea ...
Julie Ferris McKay
Edgar Kennedy ...
Herbert Green
Vivien Oakland ...
Helen Whitney
Maidel Turner ...
Mrs. Kerry Green
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Mrs. Ferris
Eddie Tamblyn ...
Robert 'Robby' Ferris (as Edward Tamblyn)
Richard Tucker ...
George Whitney
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Mr. Silverman
Ann Brody ...
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Irving Bacon ...
Navy Secretary (scenes deleted)
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At Joe's Roadside, a popular but rundown New York roadhouse where the wealthy and not-so-wealthy hang out, a wealthy Manhattan girl and a struggling Brooklyn boy meet and fall in love. She marries him against the wishes of her family, believing that love can solve everything, but she soon wonders if she made the right choice when she finds herself living in a manner, and with the kinds of people, she hadn't counted on. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Better than you would think from little Monogram
13 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Browsing today through one of my favorite places to buy DVDs, in the used section was a single, lonely new DVD still wrapped with the price of 99 cents. The film was called "Money Means Nothing", a title that meant nothing to me. Oh well, for that price, even if the film was a real stinker, all I would be out would be the buck. What a surprise to find a lively little programmer with a good story (based on a play), good acting and surprisingly good production values for Monogram Pictures. Gloria Shea, who I have barely heard of turned in a nice performance as the rich girl newly married to a poor boy, equally well played by Wallace Ford. Edgar Kennedy and Maidel Turner are hilarious as the newlywed's neighbors who are just a little too crude for the bride's family. Former silent star Betty Blythe plays the bride's Mother a bit like Billie Burke or Helen Broderick would if the film had been shot at MGM or RKO. With a running time of 64 minutes, you could find worse ways to spend an hour.


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