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Dreams That Money Can Buy (1947)

09/01/1947 (US) DramaFantasy 1h 20m
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An attempt to bring the work of surrealist artists to a wider public. The plot is that of an average Joe who can conjure up dreams that will improve his customer's lives. This frame story serves as a link between several avant-garde sequences created by leading visual artists of their day, most of whom were emigres to the US during WWII.

  1. Hans Richter

    Director, Story, Writer

  2. Man Ray

    Director, Story

  3. Fernand Léger

    Director, Story

  4. Max Ernst


  5. Alexander Calder


  6. Marcel Duchamp


  7. Hans Rehfisch


  8. Joseph Freeman


  9. David Vern


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  1. Jack Bittner

    Joe / Narcissus

  2. Dorothy Griffith

    The Girl

  3. Libby Holman

  4. Josh White

  5. Stanley Kubrick

    Stanley Kubrick

    Theatre Extra (uncredited)

  6. Max Ernst

    Le President

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Dreams That Money Can Buy

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Original Language English

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