It Happened on Fifth Avenue

It Happened on Fifth Avenue

Thursday, Dec 12 10:00am

Senior Movie Program

Free for those 60+. All Points Transit will be available for transportation with reservations 970-874-7334.

It Happened on Fifth Avenue: While rich businessman Mike O’Connor (Charles Ruggles) resides in Virginia, his luxury townhouse in New York City appears vacant. However, in reality, drifter Aloysius “Mac” McKeever (Victor Moore) has been staying there. Mac invites Jim (Don DeFore), an unemployed veteran who has just been evicted from a building owned by O’Connor, to stay at the house without revealing he’s squatting. When O’Connor’s daughter, Trudy (Gale Storm), shows up as well, she falls for Jim and tries to help him.

Director: Roy Del Ruth
Screenwriter: Herbert Clyde Lewis, Frederick Stephani, Everett Freeman
Genre: Holiday, Comedy
Runtime: 1h 56m

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