It's a Gift (1934)

11/30/1934 (US) Comedy 1h 8m
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Overview

After he inherits some money, Harold Bissonette ("pronounced bis-on-ay") decides to give up the grocery business, move to California and run an orange grove. Despite his family's objections and the news that the land he bought is worthless, Bissonette packs up and drives out to California with his nagging wife Amelia and children.

  1. Norman Z. McLeod

    Director

  2. Jack Cunningham

    Screenplay

  3. W.C. Fields

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. W.C. Fields

    W.C. Fields

    Harold Bissonette

  2. Kathleen Howard

    Kathleen Howard

    Amelia Bissonette

  3. Jean Rouverol

    Jean Rouverol

    Mildred Bissonette

  4. Julian Madison

    John Durston

  5. Tommy Bupp

    Tommy Bupp

    Norman Bissonette

  6. Baby LeRoy

    Baby LeRoy

    Baby Dunk

  7. Tammany Young

    Tammany Young

    Everett Ricks

  8. Morgan Wallace

    Morgan Wallace

    James Fitchmueller

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It's a Gift

Status Released

Original Language English

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