|Beg, Borrow or Steal|
|Directed by||Wilhelm Thiele|
|Screenplay by||Leonard Lee|
|Story by||William C. White|
|Produced by||Frederick Stephani|
|Starring|| Frank Morgan |
|Cinematography||William H. Daniels|
|Edited by||Conrad A. Nervig|
|Music by||William Axt|
|Distributed by||Loew's Inc.|
Beg, Borrow or Steal is a 1937 American comedy film directed by Wilhelm Thiele and written by Leonard Lee, Harry Ruskin and Marion Parsonnet. The film stars Frank Morgan, Florence Rice, John Beal, Janet Beecher, Herman Bing and Erik Rhodes. The film was released on December 3, 1937, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.  
Con-man Ingraham Steward promises his daughter a luxurious wedding at his château in the French Riviera, although he doesn't really own the château. He induces the caretaker, Bill Cherau, to go along with his facade.
On the day of the wedding, Bill falls in love with Ingraham's daughter and she feels the same, but still plans to have her intended wedding. Later, Ingraham has a change of heart and confesses that the château is not his. His daughter forgives him and goes to her true love Bill, whom is not actually a caretaker.
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