Gambler Dave the Dude (Warren William) and his motley band of guys and dolls and street characters turn May Robson's down-and-out street peddler into a society grand dame for the visit of her convent-raised daughter. Adapted from Damon Runyon's Depression-era fable, the pre-Code comedy-drama earned four Oscar® nominations, including Frank Capra's first for Best Director and Robert Riskin's first for Best Screenplay. DIR Frank Capra; SCR Robert Riskin, from the story by Damon Runyon; PROD Harry Cohn. U.S., 1933, b&w, 96 min. NOT RATED

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