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Million Dollar Kid [1944]
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Director:Wallace Fox
Writer:Frank H. Young
Composer:Edward J. Kay
Length:64 minutes
(1 hour 4 minutes)
MPAA Rating:UR
Sorting Category:Comedy
IMDB Rating:6.8/10
Amazon Rating:3.5/5 stars
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Synopsis: The gang is befriended by a millionaire whom they save from a mugging. However, they begin to suspect that the man's son was actually one of the muggers.


Reaction: Fine film. Entertaining.


Personal Rating: 7/10

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Wallace Fox => Director
Frank H. Young => Writer
Edward J. Kay => Composer
Al Stone => Herbie
Bernard Gorcey => Messenger with Telegram (uncredited)
Bobby Stone => Rocky (uncredited)
Buddy Gorman => Stinkie (as Bud Gorman)
David Durand => Danny (as Dave Durand)
Gabriel Dell => Lefty
Herbert Heyes => John H. Cortland (as Herbert Hayes)
Huntz Hall => Glimpy McClosky
Iris Adrian => Mazie Dunbar
Jimmy Strand => Pinkie
Johnny Duncan => Roy Cortland (as Johnnie Duncan)
Leo Gorcey => Muggs McGinnis
Louise Currie => Louise Cortland
Mary Gordon => Mrs. McGinnis
Noah Beery => Captain Mathews (as Noah Beery Sr.)
Pat Costello => Spike
Patsy Moran => Mrs. McClosky
Robert Greig => Spevin - Cortlands' Butler (as Robert Grieg)
Stanley Brown => Lt. Andre Dupree
William 'Billy' Benedict => Skinny (as Billy Benedict)

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  • The Press and Pictorial Department of the Office of Censorship disapproved this picture for export because of its bad portrayal of America, citing the mugging scene, a rich boy participating in crime for excitement and poor police work.