Double Dynamite (It's Only Money)

1951

Double Dynamite (It's Only Money)

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In this comedy, Johnny Dalton (Frank Sinatra) and Mildred Goodhug (Jane Russell) are a struggling couple who both work jobs at a local bank in the hope of earning enough money to be able to marry. When a good deed sends $60 thousand Johnny's way, he and Mildred are finally in a financial position to get married. However, when the bank managers subsequently discovers that the bank is missing $75 thousand, Johnny must keep his winnings secret or be accused of embezzlement.

Cast

Frank Sinatra
as Johnny Dalton
Groucho Marx
as Emile J. Keck
Jane Russell
as Mildred 'Mibs' Goodhue
Don McGuire
as R.B. Pulsifer Jr.
Howard Freeman
as R.B. Pulsifer Sr.
Harry Hayden
as J.L. McKissack
Nestor Paiva
as `Hot Horse' Harris
Joe Devlin
as Frankie-Boy
Frank Orth
as Mr. Kofer
William Edmunds
as Baganucci
Charles Coleman
as Santa Claus
Ida Moore
as Little old lady
Hal K. Dawson
as Mr. Hartman
George Chandler
as Messenger
Jean De Briac
as Maitre D'
Benny Burt
as Waiter
Billy Snyder
as Wire Service Man
Claire Du Brey
as Hatchet-Faced Lady
Virgil Johanson
as Santa Claus
Al Murphy
as Waiter
Jim Nolan
as Detective
Lee Phelps
as Detective
Lillian West
as Hotel Maid
Harry Seymour
as Police Sergeant
Harold Goodwin
as Lieutenant
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Audience Reviews for Double Dynamite (It's Only Money)

  • Sep 05, 2010
    A hilarious movie with great actors. I wish Groucho had done more movies like this one. Anyway, check it out, it's a good movie.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • May 01, 2009
    Lame comedy made when Sinatra was at a low point. Jane, saddled with an unattractive hairdo and apparently directed to act like a fool and speak in a voice a few octaves higher then her own was just starting out and hadn't blossomed into the great broad she became a few years down the road.
    jay n Super Reviewer

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