A young factory worker is fired for filling out her pools form at work. Discarding the ticket before she can sign her name, it falls into someone else's hands - and wins big.
Did You Know?
sold the outline to John E. Blakeley
during a train journey between Manchester and London. He received £20, but no film credit. The plot is very similar to Gow's Lancashire Luck
(1937), which was written some years earlier. See more
How Sorry I Am For Old People
Lyrics by Arthur Mertz
and Albert W. Stanbury See more