A Fool and His Money (1912 film)

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A Fool and His Money
Directed byAlice Guy-Blaché
Release date
  • 1912 (1912)

A Fool and His Money is an American silent comedy film from 1912.

The film was rediscovered from reels bought at a flea market and restored frame by frame[citation needed]. The film is one of the earliest with an African American cast and was directed by a French woman, Alice Guy-Blaché.[1] The plot involves people becoming wealthy and taking on an aristocratic lifestyle.

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  1. ^ "The Black Kino Fist: A Fool and His Money (1912)".

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