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Money Means Nothing

1934 - ENGLISH - MOVIE

ComedyDrama

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 Money Means Nothing is a 1934 American English-language Comedy Drama film featuring Wallace Ford, Gloria Shea, Edgar Kennedy, Vivien Oakland, Maidel Turner, Betty Blythe and Bert Young. Monogram Pictures was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) C. C. Burr. Money Means Nothing is written by Frances Hyland and directed by Christy Cabanne. Money Means Nothing was released on 15th June 1934 and takes a screen time of 70 minutes. Cinematography was done by Robert Planck and editing by Jack Ogilvie
  • Jini Score
    3%
  • Rating
    5.5/10
  • Jini Score
    3%
  • Rating
    5.5/10
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 Money Means Nothing is a 1934 American English-language Comedy Drama film featuring Wallace Ford, Gloria Shea, Edgar Kennedy, Vivien Oakland, Maidel Turner, Betty Blythe and Bert Young. Monogram Pictures was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) C. C. Burr. Money Means Nothing is written by Frances Hyland and directed by Christy Cabanne. Money Means Nothing was released on 15th June 1934 and takes a screen time of 70 minutes. Cinematography was done by Robert Planck and editing by Jack Ogilvie