A Fool and His Money
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- "A Fool and His Money" is a 1988 American comedy film. After losing his job, a young advertising whiz decides to use his talents to make himself a fortune promoting a worthless product. Despite protests from his beautiful lover, his scam starts to work. A bizarre look at love and money in the 90's.
- "A Fool and His Money" is a 1925 silent film starring William Haines and Madge Bellamy and is based on a novel by George Barr McCutcheon. The film was directed by Erle C. Kenton and was filmed before in 1920. That version starred Eugene O'Brien and Rubye De Remer.
- "A Fool and His Money" is a film, directed by Alice Guy-Blaché.
"A fool and his money" is a book by George Barr McCutcheon.
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