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|Directed by||Phil Rosen|
|Story by||Andrew Soutar|
|Produced by||Trem Carr|
|Edited by||Carl Himm|
Trem Carr Productions
|Distributed by||Continental Talking Pictures|
Worldly Goods is a 1930 melodrama film directed by Phil Rosen based on a story by Andrew Soutar, starring James Kirkwood Sr. and Merna Kennedy. Distributed by Continental Talking Pictures, the film was released on August 1, 1930.
Blinded by an airplane crash in France, Jeff swears vengeance on John C. Tullock, a profiteering manufacturer, who produces faulty planes for government contracts.
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