Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Star Reginald Denny also directed and wrote the 1933 programmer The Big Bluff. Denny is hired by a group of con artists to impersonate a British nobleman. The plan is to fleece social-climbing Claudia Dell, who'd married the nobleman to gain wealth and prestige. The twist: Denny really is the person he's pretending to be. While Denny, a major star of the silent era, was generally consigned to supporting roles in talkies, he could always count on a leading assignment at one of the smaller Hollywood studios: The Big Bluff was produced by Tower Productions, a poverty-row concern specializing in films headlining fading stars.
aristocracy, courage, English [nationality], fake, impersonation, life, lord