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Easy Riches (1938)

 |  Comedy  |  31 March 1938 (UK)
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Cast overview:
George Carney ...
Sam Miller
Gus McNaughton ...
Joe Hicks
Molly Hamley-Clifford ...
Mrs. Miller
Harry Miller
Marjorie Taylor ...
Dorothy Hicks
Peter Gawthorne ...
Stacey Lang
Aubrey Mallalieu ...
Mr. Marsden
Michael Ripper ...


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Gormless George Gulled again
23 June 2011 | by (london) – See all my reviews

It seems to be a very familiar theme in British films of the 1930s to have a slightly gormless businessman supposedly duped out of his life's savings only to find that in fact that he has backed a winner.After all George Formby used this basic story in many of his films.George Carney buys a plot of land from Peter Cawthorne,who always seemed to play rogue businessmen.He is going to build brick houses on the land only to find out that his plan isn't realistic.Having managed to coerce Cawthorne into taking the land back he is stopped from selling the land at the last moment because the railway want to develop the area.Everyone is happy other than Cawthorne and Carneys son can go to study in Vienna.You might say that this is the epitome of a quota quickie.Keeping the plot moving briskly along regardless of the implausibilities.No better or worse than many.

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