Alfred Hollis thinks that he is helping his new friend, Angelica, by "borrowing" $2.3 million slated to be shredded by the Federal Reserve Bank where he works. The money is stolen from him.... See full summary »

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Alfred R. Hollis
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Angelica de Gama
Richard Kuss ...
Horace Erskin
Patsy Pease ...
Sherry Webster
Amanda McBroom ...
Chelsea
Martin Azarow ...
Kessel Parks
John Edwards ...
Caldwell
Thomas Newman ...
Mr. Cutler
Adele Rosse ...
Mrs. Clagett
Ken Gibbel ...
Rodney Chatsford
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Alfred Hollis thinks that he is helping his new friend, Angelica, by "borrowing" $2.3 million slated to be shredded by the Federal Reserve Bank where he works. The money is stolen from him. Mr. Steele stops Alfred from suicide and works with Ms. Holt to recover the money before the bank notices that it is missing. Written by Marko

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12 April 1983 (USA)  »

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Up until the late 1970s the Federal government got rid of old worn out currency by burning it in giant incinerators. It was eventually decided that the exhaust of the burnt money exceeded pollution guidelines. The government spent millions of dollars on new equipment to shred the money which was then used as recycled material like insulation. One entrepreneur bought tons of the shredded money and then resold it as a gimmick, claiming that each sack he sold for a couple of dollars was guaranteed to contain at least ten thousand dollars of shredded currency. See more »

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When the wads of $100 bills are being dumped out of the bags, a few of the top bills have been bent back and reveal white paper underneath them. See more »

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References A Star Is Born (1937) See more »

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