The President's Mystery
The President's Mystery is a 1936 American film directed by Phil Rosen.
The film deals with a "problem Mr. Roosevelt submitted . . . whether it was possible for a man, weary of faithless friends and a wasted life, to convert a $5,000,000 estate into cash, disappear and start anew in some worth-while activity." (cited from The New York Times Monday, April 16, 2012)
|author||Franklin Delano Roosevelt|
|editor||Robert L. Simpson|
|keywords||act arrest bank account bill car accident engage estranged wife failed business force kill new york times small town spring strange behavior the national the new york times|
|producer||Albert E. Levoy Burt Kelly Nat Levine|