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.
Ed Stephan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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?
Jimmy Cagney utters the phrase, "the dirty rat", which will be used as his catch-phrase for years to come. See more
When Joan arrives at the pier to board the Blue Anchor Line, there is an overhead sign that reads "1st. Cabin Baggage". But on the previous cut when Wallingham was boarding the same pier and line, that sign was not there. See more
[Jimmy writing a telegram
Can't you put somethin' in it that will make it sound more like him?
Some English word.
I only finished half of that shelf of books. I don't know any of that English stuff.
How about, eh, cheerio.
Say, yeah, that sounds English. Cheerio.
My Old Kentucky Home, Good Night
Written by Stephen Foster
Sung a cappella by Hobart Cavanaugh
and Eddie Shubert See more