Directed by Frank Capra (It's a Wonderful Life), the film was nominated for four Academy Awards at the 1934 Oscar Ceremony - Best Adapted Screenplay: Robert Riskin, Best Actress: May Robson, Best Director: Frank Capra, and Best Picture.
1933 comedy stars May Robson (A Star is Born) as Apple Annie, a Spanish indigent woman living in New York City who, with the help of gangster Dave the Dude (Warren William, The Wolf Man), pretends to be rich in order to help her daughter marry a wealthy aristocrat.
Starring: Warren William, May Robson, Guy Kibbee
Director: Frank Capra
Apple Annie is an indigent woman who has always written to her daughter in Spain that she is a member of New York's high society. Now her daughter plans to return to the United States with her new fiance and his father, a Spanish count. Annie must pretend to be wealthy or the count will not give his blessing. She gets the help of Dave the Dude, who considers Annie a good luck charm, to obtain a luxury apartment and entertain the visitors, but things don't go quite as planned...
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