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Norman Lee's charming comedy Money Talks tells the story of old Abe Pilstein (Julian Rose) who is in line to inherit a large sum of money from a distant relative - but needs to prove he needs it first.

Comedy 1933 74 mins

Director: Norman Lee

Overview

Norman Lee's charming British comedy, Money Talks, is a wickedly funny satire. Old Abe Pilstein (Julian Rose) is in line to inherit a large sum of money from a distant relative. But, only on the condition that Abe can prove he needs it. Thus, Abe goes about trying to spend every last dime so that he can show he is poor - but luck enters the game and he cannot stop earning money in this hysterical comedy with a critical eye for the rich.