You’re so rich, Brewster! I can’t stand it! An overview of Brewster’s Millions, the 1945 version directed by Allan Dwan

George Barr McCutcheon’s comic novel of 1902 possesses next to nothing in the way of critical reputation, though in this case the lack of literary esteem gets easily usurped by the book’s stature as a pop culture warhorse; first adapted for Broadway in 1906 by Winchell Smith and Byron Ongley, in ‘51 McCutcheon’s story skipped over to Britain and became the stage musical Zip Goes a Million.

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You’re so rich, Brewster! I can’t stand it! An overview of Brewster’s Millions, the 1945 version directed by Allan Dwan