Breaking Even (1932) - Watch Online. Directed by Aubrey Scotto

Genres Comedy     Short    
IMDb rating
Writers Harry W. Conn
Country USA
Language English
Runtime 10 min
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  • Breaking Even (1932, Aubrey Scotto) | The Stop Button

    A review of Aubrey Scotto's 1932 short film, "Breaking Even," starring Tom Howard and George Shelton.

  • Breaking Even

    Year: 1932 Running time: 10 minutes Studio: Cohen Territory: International Directed by: Aubrey Scotto Starring: Tom Howard, George Shelton

  • Breaking Even (1932) - IMDb

    Directed by Aubrey Scotto. With Tom Howard, George Shelton. Vaudeville comic Tom Howard meets a man about to shoot himself and takes him into his store to try and talk him out of it. But Tom may prove to be crazier than the guy he's trying to help.

  • Breaking Even (1932) - 豆瓣电影

    Breaking Even电影简介和剧情介绍,Breaking Even 影评 ... Breaking Even (1932) 导演: Aubrey Scotto ...

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