Beggars in Ermine

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Beggars in Ermine
Directed by Phil Rosen
Produced by William T. Lackey
Written by Esther Lynd Day (novel Beggars in Ermine)
Tristram Tupper (play Beggars in Ermine)
Tristram Tupper (screenplay)
Starring See below
Music by Edward Ward
Cinematography Gilbert Warrenton
Edited by Jack Ogilvie
Release dates
22 February 1934
Running time
72 minutes
Country USA
Language English

Beggars in Ermine is a 1934 American film directed by Phil Rosen.


John Dawson, a steel-mill owner loses his legs and his company in an accident engineered by his crooked secretary/treasurer, Jim Marley. After meeting a blind peddler, Marchant, he travels the country, under an assumed name, organizing beggars, peddlers, and the handicapped into a dues-paying system.


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