Million Pound Note DVD

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Two old, bored and fabulously wealthy brothers, Roderick and Olivier Montpelier, strike up a cruel wager. They draw up a currency note worth £1 million. Roderick believes it would be quite useless for any poor but honest man to use. Oliver however believes that just by possessing the note and never cashing it - any man could live like a lord. To find out who is right, the two old millionaires pick on Henry Adams (Gregory Peck), a young and impoverished American hopelessly adrift in London. Will the £1 million pound note change his life for the better or the worse? This... classic, sparkling comedy - an updated version of the riotous short story by Mark Twain sees Gregory Peck giving one of his finest performances aided and abetted by a distinguished cast which includes Joyce Grenfell and Wilfrid Hyde White. [show more]

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Released
21 May 2007
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
ITV Studios 
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Runtime
85 minutes 
Features
Mono, Subtitled, Colour, Dolby, Digital Sound 
Barcode
5037115250834 
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Gregory Peck stars in this classic adaptation of Mark Twain's short story of the same name. When American sailor Henry Adams (Peck) comes across two wealthy brothers who have, with the help of the Bank of England, developed a single note with a value of one million pounds, he finds himself part of an unusual wager.

Gregory Peck stars in this classic adaptation of Mark Twain's short story of the same name. When American sailor Henry Adams (Peck) comes across two wealthy brothers who have, with the help of the Bank of England, developed a single note with a value of one million pounds, he finds himself part of an unusual wager.