Car Of Dreams

  • 1935
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  • NR
  • Romance

Average Cinderella tale starring Mosheim as a poor girl who likes to go window shopping for extravagant items. One day she enters an auto dealership and prices a Rolls Royce. When she is informed that the car has been sold to someone else, she pretends outrage and demands that she be sold that very car. All of this is observed by young, rich playboy Mills...read more

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Average Cinderella tale starring Mosheim as a poor girl who likes to go window shopping for extravagant items. One day she enters an auto dealership and prices a Rolls Royce. When she is informed that the car has been sold to someone else, she pretends outrage and demands that she be sold

that very car. All of this is observed by young, rich playboy Mills who falls in love with the spunky girl. The girl's frugal, hard-working parents are shocked when the Rolls is delivered to the door of their humble antique shop. Her mother immediately goes to the dealer and insists on knowing who

paid for the vehicle. She is told that her daughter won the car in an advertisement give-away. In reality, Mills had bought the car and sent it to her, unbeknownst to Mosheim or her family. The pair finally meet and a romance starts, but Mills soon discovers that the girl is actually an employee

at his father's musical instrument factory. Mills tries to keep his true identity quiet, but eventually the truth comes out, causing a minor scandal at the factory. Soon everything calms down and, in the end, the couple unite. Mills turns in a credible performance as the rich man's son, but the

film is damaged by a weak acting job from Mosheim.

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