Diamond Jim (1935)

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The story of legendary gambler Diamond Jim Brady and his romance with entertainer Lillian Russell.

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  • Binnie Barnes and Edward Arnold in Diamond Jim (1935)
  • Binnie Barnes and Edward Arnold in Diamond Jim (1935)
  • Jean Arthur and Cesar Romero in Diamond Jim (1935)
  • Jean Arthur and Edward Arnold in Diamond Jim (1935)
  • Jean Arthur and Cesar Romero in Diamond Jim (1935)
  • Edward Arnold, Dell Henderson, and Francis McDonald in Diamond Jim (1935)

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Although the real Diamond Jim Brady died in 1917, almost 20 years before this film was made, Edward Arnold, who played him, actually met Brady twice when Arnold was a young actor just starting out in the theater - once when Brady came to pick up an actress who ... ...

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