Product DetailsAn impoverished artist discovers he has purchased a winning lottery ticket at the very moment his creditors come to collect. The only problem is, the ticket is in the pocket of his coat. . . which he left at his girlfriend’s apartment. . . who gave the coat to a man hiding from the police. . . who sells the coat to an opera singer who uses it during a performance. By turns charming and inventive, René Clair’s lyrical masterpiece had a profound impact on not only the Marx Brothers and Charlie Chaplin, but on the American musical as a whole.
Store CommentsSpecial Features Beautiful new digital transfer, with extensive image and sound restoration A gallery of production photos A rare American television interview with René Clair New and improved English subtitles, with every song lyric translated for the first time
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