The Millionaire: Automaker James Alden is told to retire by his doctors and does so in deference to his wife Laura and daughter 'Babs.' He is not only bored after six months, but is told by a life insurance salesman that retired men are bad risks. So James secretly responds to an ad in the newspaper about a garage being for sale, but he (using the alias Charlie Miller) buys only half of the garage, since the other half was already sold to Bill Merrick, who becomes his partner. The ex-owner, Peterson, was dishonest in not revealing he was opening a new gas station near the new highway a mile down the road where most of the traffic will be. Not willing to be slickered by anybody, Charlie and Bill buy and elegantly rebuild a decrepit building across the street from Peterson's new station and compete handily with the charlatan. James uses a pretense to get away every day, but wonders how long he can keep up his double life.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||May 01, 1931|
|Director:||John G Adolfi|
|Actors:||Ben Hall Bramwell Fletcher Charles E Evans Charley Grapewin David Manners Ethel Griffies Evalyn Knapp George Arliss Ivan F Simpson J Farrell MacDonald James Cagney JC Nugent Noah Beery Sam Hardy Tully Marshall|
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sirenofthesea : The movie was quite good. It had a message to show such as to change your passwo ...
Zena53 : Much ado about nothing. For me it was a waste of time and not even worth a one ...
nastified74 : this was really bad..the story was awful.. the actors could not even act believa ...