American Madness

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Released 1932

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Director:
Frank Capra
Released:
1932
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American Madness is an American drama that was released in 1932 and produced by the Columbia Pictures Corporation. The movie was directed by Frank Capra, written by Robert Riskin, and stars Walter Huston, Pat O'Brien, Constance Cummings, Arthur Hoyt, Robert Emmett O'Connor and Kay Johnson. Set during the 1930s depression era, American Madness follows Tom Dickson (Walter Huston), a successful banker, and president of the Union National Bank, who has successfully ran the bank for over two decades. The board of directors for the bank, however, are dissatisfied with Tom Dickson's generous lending and want him to resign and merge the bank with the New York Trust, but Dickson refuses to do so. Later, $100,000 dollars is stolen from the bank, and things become even more complicated for Dickson as he tries to fight the board of directors to retain his position at the bank, and find the real culprit of the robbery.

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