The Personality Kid (1934) Rated NR

Ritzy McCarty is a professional fighter who is managed by his wife, Joan. She wants him to continue fighting only until they have money, but he wants more. Starring Pat O’Brien, Glenda Farrell, and Claire Dodd.

This is just a snippet of a story about a man and his wife and what happens when you become famous. Ritzy doesn’t seem to have his feet on the ground, that’s his wife’s job. When fame and money start rolling in, he heads to the clouds and leaves his wife behind. The story is good, and the acting is good for the most part. Although, the film has no moral compass. Ritzy especially has no moral compass. He ran toward fame and fortune faster than I expected. It’s not a bad film, but it’s one that doesn’t have much depth to it. It’s not worth a watch.

The Personality Kid Original Trailer

 

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