Blood Money

Synopsis: Bill Bailey is a Los Angeles bail bondsman who lives in a world of complete, casual corruption, where all he has to do is pick up the phone to get the charges against a client dismissed. He falls in love with slumming socialite who bluntly and startlingly declares her sexual preferences with this immortal line: "If I could find a man who would be my master and give me a good thrashing, I'd follow him around like a dog on a leash."
Director(s): Rowland Brown
Production: United Artists
 
IMDB:
7.0
PASSED
Year:
1933
65 min
63 Views


- When d'ya get out?

- 2 weeks ago.

- Drove here Friday from Detroit.

- Have a cigar. - Thanks.

There were no suckers there,

so here I am.

Drury still thinks suckers are

guys that ride around in town cars.

We're all chumps for somebody.

You for Bill

and me for a cutie down at the bar.

What you mean is

a piece of plain, French pastry.

This one has nothing but class.

Wears a monocle and a man's tuxedo.

- Then you're safe.

- That's just where you're wrong.

She dresses that way for laughs.

Got a great sense of humour.

See you later, Sis.

So long, Bill.

So long.

- Fix the tie.

Mr. Drury, you're always in a hurry.

Because I'm a guy

what takes his time.

I've done a better job

raising you than I have him.

I'm not as much worry

with the girls as Drury is.

Oh yes you are.

But you always came back.

Ruby, I could never

get stuck on any girl but you.

I like you a lot tonight.

- Just like a little boy.

- A nice boy?

No.

The kind that writes dirty words

on the sidewalk with chalk.

I used to do that.

Did you ever draw a big heart on

the sidewalk with an arrow through it?

- And write underneath

Lil loves Mary? - No!

Weren't you ever romantic?

Can you imagine a guy

getting romantic in a reform school?

This girl outside

wants to leave this ring as collateral.

- What's she in for?

- Grand theft.

- How much is her bail?

- 1,500.

But this ring is worth six grand.

How do you do.

I'm Mr. Bailey.

- May I have your name please?

- Jane Smith

Jane Smith?

I've never been so embarrassed

in my life. This charge is

so absolutely ridiculous,

I just can't discuss it.

- May I use your phone.

- Certainly, over there in the corner.

This is Miss Talbart.

Let me speak to my father.

Society stuff.

They've got a butler.

And her real name is Talbart.

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Rowland Brown

Rowland Brown (November 6, 1900 – May 6, 1963), born Chauncey Rowland Brown in Canton, Ohio, was an American screenwriter and film director, whose career as a director ended in the early 1930s after he started many more films than he finished. He walked out of State's Attorney (1932), starring John Barrymore. He was abruptly replaced as director of The Scarlet Pimpernel. As a writer, he was credited with twenty or so films including two Academy Award nominations, one in the 11th Academy Awards for Best Original Story Angels with Dirty Faces and another in the 4th Academy Awards for Doorway to Hell. more…

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