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|Clancy in Wall Street|
|Directed by||Ted Wilde|
|Produced by||Edward Small|
|Based on||Story by Jack Wagner|
|Edited by||Phil Cahn|
Edward Small Productions
|March 15, 1930|
It was also known as Clancy Caught Short and was described as the first comedy about the stock market crash. It was the last film for director Ted Wilde, who had died in December of the previous year.
Plumber Michael Clancy, fixing up some pipe on the stock exchange, accidentally buys some stock and makes a quick $200 on a 20 percent margin. He wants to continue but his partner, Andy MacIntosh, refuses to get involved. Clancy makes a fortune, leaves his business, and crashes high society, ignoring his old friend, and urging his daughter, Katie, to reject MacIntosh's son in favor of Freddie Saunders. Then the stock market crashes.
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