Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Often consigned to comic relief roles in Hollywood, Reginald Gardiner is awarded top billing in the British Borrow a Million. Gardiner plays an affable millionaire who strikes up a friendship with humble London tea-shop proprietor Charles Cullum. At the urging of his lovely sister Vera Bogetti, Gardiner backs Cullum in a risky business venture. As a result, Cullum becomes the wealthy manager of a string of profitable restaurants. Clocking in at 50 minutes, Borrow a Million was produced by Fox Studios' British facilities.
class [social], business, chain, class-consciousness, friendship, man, millionaire, owner, restaurant