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Saturday's Millions

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Saturday's Millions
Directed byEdward Sedgwick
Written byDale Van Every
StarringRobert Young
Andy Devine
Leila Hyams
Johnny Mack Brown
Mary Carlisle
Grant Mitchell
William Kent
Production
company
Release date
1 October 1933
Running time
75 mins
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Saturday's Millions is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Edward Sedgwick and starring Robert Young, Andy Devine, Leila Hyams and Johnny Mack Brown. The film is an adaptation of a story that was published in serial form in a national magazine.[1]

Plot

Jim Fowler is Western University's football hero and is constantly besieged by reporters. Jim's father Ezra comes to visit him and becomes reacquainted with an old Western football chum, Mr. Chandler, who happens to be the father of Jim's girlfriend Joan. Jim keeps his roommate, Andy, busy by sending him to collect money on their laundry concessions business, even though Andy is desperately trying to meet his girlfriend Thelma, who has just come for a visit. When the coach tells Chandler and Fowler that Jim is nervous and erratic, Chandler invites Jim to spend the night before the big game at his home.

After-dinner conversation reveals that Jim sees football as merely a business, and feels devalued by his popularity because he thinks people are only interested in him because of football, not for who he is. Joan is disillusioned that Jim treats football as a racket, and the fathers are disappointed because they sincerely love the game.

Cast

References

  1. ^ "What's New on the Screen". Hollywood. 23 (1): 4. January 1934. Retrieved October 25, 2021.

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This page was last edited on 25 October 2021, at 19:06
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