A Man and His Money (1919)

Comedy | 16 March 1919

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26 Apr 19
p. 1601.
MPN
26 Apr 19
p. 2716.
MPW
26 Apr 19
p. 574.
New York Times
22 Feb 19
p. 1110.
Variety
18 Apr 19
p. 53.
Wid's
27 Apr 19
p. 5.
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LITERARY
Based on the novel A Man and His Money by Frederic Stewart Isham (Indianapolis, 1912).
DETAILS
Release Date:
16 March 1919
Copyright Claimant:
Goldwyn Pictures Corp.
Copyright Date:
4 March 1919
Copyright Number:
LP13468
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
SYNOPSIS

Harry Lathrop, whose inherited fortune allows him to indulge in extravagant spending and wild wine parties with chorus girls, decides to change his ways after his childhood sweetheart, Betty Dalrymple, gives back her engagement ring because he arrives drunk for dinner. Disgusted with himself on a "morning after," Harry persuades his attorney to give him no money for the next year. In another city, Harry answers an ad for a handy man and becomes the manager of a kennel on the estate of Mrs. Johnston DeLong, Betty's aunt. Betty, visiting her aunt, scorns Harry, but he remains when he sees Walter Randall, whose chauffeur brags that "every dame falls for him," show an interest in Betty. When Betty does not succumb to Randall's advances, he takes her to a deserted cabin. Harry follows, fights Randall and the chauffeur, and rescues Betty, who embraces him in a ... +


Harry Lathrop, whose inherited fortune allows him to indulge in extravagant spending and wild wine parties with chorus girls, decides to change his ways after his childhood sweetheart, Betty Dalrymple, gives back her engagement ring because he arrives drunk for dinner. Disgusted with himself on a "morning after," Harry persuades his attorney to give him no money for the next year. In another city, Harry answers an ad for a handy man and becomes the manager of a kennel on the estate of Mrs. Johnston DeLong, Betty's aunt. Betty, visiting her aunt, scorns Harry, but he remains when he sees Walter Randall, whose chauffeur brags that "every dame falls for him," show an interest in Betty. When Betty does not succumb to Randall's advances, he takes her to a deserted cabin. Harry follows, fights Randall and the chauffeur, and rescues Betty, who embraces him in a downpour. +

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