Beggars in Ermine

Beggars in Ermine is a 1934 American film directed by Phil Rosen.


John Dawson, a steel-mill owner loses his legs and his company in an accident engineered by his crooked secretary/treasurer, Jim Marley. After meeting a blind peddler, Marchant, he travels the country, under an assumed name, organizing beggars, peddlers, and the handicapped into a dues-paying system.


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    director Phil Rosen
    editor Jack Ogilvie
    genre drama
    keywords assumed name handicap meet
    musicBy Edward Ward
    producer William T. Lackey
    publisher Monogram Pictures