Two-Dollar Bettor

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Two-Dollar Bettor
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Edward L. Cahn
Produced by Edward L. Cahn
Starring Steve Brodie
Marie Windsor
Cinematography Charles Van Enger
Distributed by Jack Broder Productions Inc.
Release date
  • September 9, 1951 (1951-09-09)
Country United States
Language English

Two Dollar Bettor is a 1951 black-and-white B-movie film.

Plot[edit]

A middle-aged man who places a two-dollar bet on a horse at the track and wins. The widower with two teenaged daughters becomes hooked on gambling and within a week he begins cashing in his life savings to pay off his bookie. To make matters worse, he's being grifted by a beautiful con woman and her husband for thousands of dollars. To try to get even, the man begins betting on long shots.

Cast[edit]

Former Little Rascals star Carl Switzer (Alfalfa) is also in the film.

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