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A Very Honorable Guy

Released May 5, 1934 1h 2m Comedy List
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Gambler Feet Samuels (Joe E. Brown) is deep in debt and has lost his girl, Hortense (Alice White). He decides to sell his body to science and makes a deal with Dr. Snitzer (Robert Barrat), Hortense's new boyfriend. Samuels agrees to give up his body in one month, living it up in the meantime with the money he is paid. But after signing the pact, Samuels' luck changes and he wins a fortune, which lures Hortense back. A changed man, Samuels tries to renegotiate with Snitzer when his time is up. Read More Read Less
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Synopsis Gambler Feet Samuels (Joe E. Brown) is deep in debt and has lost his girl, Hortense (Alice White). He decides to sell his body to science and makes a deal with Dr. Snitzer (Robert Barrat), Hortense's new boyfriend. Samuels agrees to give up his body in one month, living it up in the meantime with the money he is paid. But after signing the pact, Samuels' luck changes and he wins a fortune, which lures Hortense back. A changed man, Samuels tries to renegotiate with Snitzer when his time is up.
Director
Lloyd Bacon
Screenwriter
Damon Runyon, Earl Baldwin
Distributor
Warner Bros.
Production Co
First National Pictures
Genre
Comedy
Original Language
English
Release Date (Theaters)
May 5, 1934, Original
Runtime
1h 2m