A drifter hired by a corrupt politician gradually works his way into the governor's mansion. Sturges's brilliant directorial debut!
Drifter McGinty (Brian Donlevy), having earned a bundle through audacious illicit voting, arrives to meet the duly-impressed 'Boss' (Akim Tamiroff), then visiting Juliette (Esther Howard), in The Great McGinty, 1940, written and directed by Preston Sturges.
Married London barrister Jim (Ronald Colman) with friend Tring (Henry Stephenson) who thinks he should loosen up, not directly planning to meet shop-girls Doris (Phyllis Barry) and Milly (Viva Tattersall), King Vidor directing, early in Samuel Goldwyn's Cynara, 1932.
Naples established in the opening, Ronald Colman as Brit lawyer Jim doing the right thing, Kay Francis as his dishonored but sympathetic wife, Henry Stephenson his avuncular friend in flashback, in Samuel Goldwyn's Cynara, 1932.
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