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After inheriting a New York City art gallery, bookie Milton Berle and his partner Cesar Romero decide to go into the art forgery business. Director Ray McCarey's 1942 comedy also stars Carole Landis, J. Carrol Naish, Steven Geray, Richard Derr, Rose Hobart, Elisha Cook Jr., Chick Chandler, Francis Pierlot and Jerome Cowan.

  1. Ray McCarey

    Director

  2. Paul Hervey Fox

    Story

  3. Harold Buchman

    Writer

  4. Lee Loeb

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Cesar Romero

    Cesar Romero

    Tony Miller

  2. Carole Landis

    Carole Landis

    Helen Mason

  3. Milton Berle

    Milton Berle

    Lucky Cullen

  4. J. Carrol Naish

    J. Carrol Naish

    Gigi

  5. Richard Derr

    Richard Derr

    Stewart Haines

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A Gentleman at Heart
A Gentleman at Heart

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Status Released

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  • January 16, 1942
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 6m

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