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I Sell Anything

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Director  Robert Florey
Cinematography  Sidney Hickox
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Language  English
6.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Drama, Romance
Costume design  Orry-Kelly
Country  United States
I Sell Anything I Sell Anything 1934 Once upon a screen
Release date  October 20, 1934 (1934-10-20)
Writer  Brown Holmes (screen play), Sidney Sutherland (screen play), Albert J. Cohen (story), Robert T. Shannon (story)
Cast  Pat O'Brien (Spot Cash Cutler), Ann Dvorak (Barbara), Claire Dodd (Millicent), Roscoe Karns (Monk), Hobart Cavanaugh (Stooge)
Similar movies  The Phantom of the Opera, W.E., The Red Violin, My Best Friend, A Fine Mess, International House

I Sell Anything is a 1934 American film directed by Robert Florey and featuring Pat O'Brien as an auctioneer involved with two highly contrasting women: Ann Dvorak, who tries to steal a watch because she hasn't eaten in a few days, and the Fifth Avenue rich girl Claire Dodd, who effortlessly swindles him out of five thousand dollars.

Cast

  • Pat O'Brien as Spot Cash Cutler
  • Ann Dvorak as Barbara
  • Claire Dodd as Millicent Clark
  • Roscoe Karns as Monk
  • Hobart Cavanaugh as First Stooge
  • Russell Hopton as Smiley Thompson
  • Robert Barrat as McPherson
  • Harry Tyler as Second Stooge
  • Gus Shy as Third Stooge
  • Leonard Carey as Chauffeur
  • Ferdinand Gottschalk as Barouche
  • Clay Clement as Peter Van Gruen
  • Herman Bing as Bidder (uncredited)
  • Gino Corrado as Waiter (uncredited)
  • References

    I Sell Anything Wikipedia
    I Sell Anything IMDb I Sell Anything themoviedb.org


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