Spoiled, alcoholic billionaire Moore stands to lose everything he owns when he falls in love with a waitress. He must choose between wealth and a planned marriage, or poverty and love. Surprisingly funny, with an Oscar for Gielgud as Moore's valet, and great performance from Minnelli. Arguably the best role Moore's ever had, and he makes the most of it, taking the one-joke premise to a Oscar nomination.
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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 97 minutes.
Oscars 1981: Song ("Arthur's Theme"), Support. Actor (Gielgud); Golden Globes 1982: Actor--Mus./Comedy (Moore), Film--Mus./Comedy, Song ("Arthur's Theme"), Support. Actor (Gielgud); L.A. Film Critics 1981: Support. Actor (Gielgud); N.Y. Film Critics 1981: Support. Actor (Gielgud); Writers Guild 1981: Orig. Screenplay.
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