The Million Pound Note (1954)
Comedy
1h 32m
In Edwardian London, American sailor Henry Adams (Gregory Peck) is destitute and living hand-to-mouth. By sheer luck Henry gets embroiled in a unique bet between wealthy brothers Roderick (Wilfrid Hyde-White) and Oliver Montpelier (Ronald Squire). The brothers present Henry with an envelope containing a one-million-pound banknote, a bill whose mere existence, Oliver contends, will allow Henry to survive comfortably for an entire month without spending any money.
Director(s): Ronald Neame
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Audience: 71%rottentomatoes rating
Film certificate Suitable for audiences aged four years and over Rottentomatoes film page The Million Pound Note (1954) on IMDb

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