Big Money (film)

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Big Money
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Directed by Russell Mack
Written by Walter DeLeon
Russell Mack
Produced by E.B. Derr
Starring Eddie Quillan
Robert Armstrong
James Gleason
Cinematography John J. Mescall
Edited by Joseph Kane
Music by Josiah Zuro
Distributed byPathé Exchange
Release date
October 28, 1930
Running time
80 minutes
CountryUnited States

Big Money is a 1930 American comedy-drama film directed by Russell Mack and starring Eddie Quillan, Robert Armstrong, and James Gleason. [1] It was produced and distributed by Pathé Exchange, shortly before the company was completely absorbed by RKO.


The film's sets were designed by the art director Carroll Clark.


A message boy from a brokerage house ends up having to take care of $50,000 overnight.


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  1. Munden p.58