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The Amazing Adventure (1937)

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3.5 out of 10 Re-make please!
Christopher from Donegal, 26 Aug 2010
Wonderful script for a re-make with Hugh Grant in the role that Carry Grant played! It was a nice movie that would be a great movie if it had been more developed. I think the run time is just an hour. But all in all, a pleasant movie!
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In an effort to subdue a bout of depression, Ernest Bliss, a British millionaire playboy (Cary Grant), makes a 50,000 pound bet with a psychiatrist (Peter Gawthorne) that he can become a famous business tycoon without using his family's inheritance. Bliss, who has never worked a day in his life, proceeds to spend the next year struggling to make his way without touching a drop of the cash that was willed to him. This comedy is based on the novel THE AMAZING QUEST OF ERNEST...

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