The President's Mystery

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Released 1936

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Director:
Phil Rosen
Released:
1936
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The President's Mystery is a mysterious movie that was thought of by President Franklin Roosevelt. This movie is an enthralling mystery that follows James Blake (Henry Wilcoxon) who works as a big wig lawyer in a small town. James decides it is time though to get a new job when he is told that his lobbying efforts hurt his entire town. Instead of being a lawyer he makes plans to take control of an investment firm in his town and make it appear to the rest of his community that he is completely broke. He believes that if he can appear to be broke, then the town will not revolt against him and he will be free to start his life again with a whole new outlook on his life and with the millions of dollars that he made in his earlier job. The movie turns into a drama though, as James realizes that his plan might not work out in the way that he originally planned.moreless
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