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American Madness

American Madness(1932)

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Brief Synopsis

A banker fights to keep his independence and protect his customers.

Cast & Crew

Frank R. Capra Director
Walter Huston [Thomas] Dickson
Pat O'Brien Matt [Brown]
Kay Johnson Mrs. [Phyllis] Dickson
Robert Ellis Dude Finlay
Jeanne Sorel Cluett's secretary
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  World premiere in New York: 4 Aug 1932
Release Date:  1932 Production Date:  A Frank Capra Production
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Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  Columbia Pictures Corp.
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Columbia Pictures Corp.
Duration(mins):  75-76 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  7,093    
Duration(reels):  8    

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  • american madness

    kevn sellers 2016-08-29

    The previous reviewer, Buster Crabbe, is right on in his analysis of this film as a warm up to "Wonderful Life." It's not as good as the... MORE>

  • "It's A Wonderful" Precursor ...

    Buster CrabbEX 2016-08-24

    to "It's A Wonderful Life." Well directed and acted, with a bank run scene that would reappear more than a decade later. in the latter of... MORE>

  • Art Imitates Life

    Movie Buff 2009-10-30

    They say history repeats itself, and this film is a testament to that. The themes of bank greed and the everyday guy versus rich Goliaths ring as eerily... MORE>