The Working Man: Shoe manufacturer John Reeves turns his business over to his conceited nephew when his rival dies. On vacation, he runs into his rivals heirs who are living it up on their dead father's money. Reeves gets hired by them and uses the chance to reorganize their shoe company, becoming a rival or his own nephew. The ne'er-do-wells settle down and become involved in the business.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||April 20, 1933|
|Genres:||Drama Comedy Romance|
|Director:||John G Adolfi|
|Actors:||Al Hill Bette Davis Charles E Evans Charles Sherlock Claire McDowell Clay Clement Douglass Dumbrille Edward Cooper Edward LeSaint Edward Van Sloan Frederick Burton George Arliss Gertrude Sutton Gordon Westcott Hardie Albright Harold Minjir Harrison Greene Harry C Bradley Helena Phillips Evans Herbert Rawlinson J Farrell MacDonald James Bush James Donlan Pat Wing Richard Tucker Ruthelma Stevens Selmer Jackson Theodore Newton Wallis Clark Willard Robertson William V Mong|
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