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THE WINNING TICKET

Joe Tomasello is a neighborhood barber, low on money, but rich in family. His devoted wife Nora abhors gambling, but regardless, her ne'er do well brother Eddie (Ted Healy) sells Joe a chance on the Irish Sweepstakes. The ticket is the winner, but is lost when infant son Mickey gets his hands on it. Joe and his lawyer, cousin Tony, frantically search for the ticket while keeping Nora in the dark and watching Eddie spend money they can't claim.


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Featuring
Ted Healy (Solo)
Release Date
February 08, 1935
Studio
MGM
Production Type
Feature Film
Duration
68.3 min.

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Prod. No.:   809
Shooting Days:   28 days   From: 1934-11-14   To: 1934-12-15

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