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Saturday Cinema: The Toast of New York


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Starring Edward Arnold, Cary Grant, Frances Farmer

This lavish romance deals with the amazing career of financier Jim Fisk. After the Civil War, Jim Fisk rose rapidly from obscurity to become one of Wall Street's sensational money barons, a lavish spender and a flamboyant lover. But his courtship of Josie Mansfield and his determination to make her the toast of New York leads to his downfall...
(Black and white)
Films: page 23


Screenplay: Dudley Nichols
Screenplay: John Twist
Screenplay: Joel Sayre
Producer: Edward Small
Director: Rowland V. Lee
Jim Fisk: Edward Arnold
Nick Boyd: Cary Grant
Josie Mansfield: Frances Farmer
Luke: Jack Oakie
Daniel Drew: Donald Meek
Ficurique: Thelma Leeds
Vanderbilt: Clarence Kolb

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Saturday Cinema: The Toast of New York

BBC Two England, 17 September 1983 16.15

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