|Rolling in Money|
|Directed by||Albert Parker|
|Written by|| Frank Atkinson |
|Based on||Mr. Hopkinson by R.C. Carton|
|Produced by||John Barrow|
|Starring|| Isabel Jeans |
|Distributed by||Fox Film|
|22 March 1934|
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