1,000 Dollars a Minute
|1,000 Dollars a Minute|
|Directed by||Aubrey Scotto|
|Produced by||Nat Levine|
|Written by||Everett Freeman
|Cinematography||Jack A. Marta|
|Edited by||Ray Curtiss|
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures (I)|
1,000 Dollars a Minute is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Aubrey Scotto. The film was released on October 22, 1935. The film was nominated for an Academy Award in the category Sound Recording.
A broken and pennyless newspaperman takes part in an experiment where two crazy millionaires are offering a prize of $10,000 to anyone that can spend $1,000 a minute, every minute, for 12 hours straight.
- Roger Pryor as Wally Jones
- Leila Hyams as Dorothy Summers
- Edward Brophy as Benny Dolan
- Sterling Holloway as Pete
- Edgar Kennedy as Police Officer McCarthy
- Purnell Pratt as Charlie, the Editor
- Herman Bing as Vanderbrocken
- Arthur Hoyt as Jewel clerk
- William Austin as Salesman
- Franklin Pangborn as Reville
- George Hayes as New Deal Watson (as George Hayes)
- Morgan Wallace as Big Jim Bradley
- "1,000 Dollars a Minute". NY Times. Retrieved 2011-08-07.
- 1,000 Dollars a Minute (1935), retrieved April 17, 2013
- "The 8th Academy Awards (1936) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Archived from the original on 6 July 2011. Retrieved August 7, 2011.
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