I'll Give a Million is a 1938 American drama film directed by Walter Lang.
Louie, a tramp (Peter Lorre) saved from suicide. A bet. And a million to be given to a tramp. So, a lot of tramps try to get the million, and under all of them there is the millionaire Tony Newlander (Warner Baxter), that wanted to give away the million. A woman is always involved. So Jean Hofmann (Marjorie Weaver) is finally asked to marry Newlander. And he puts it as a condition: if she marries him, he donates the Million to the poor of the city. During the ceremony, where rich and poor are sitting together, some of them are strangely scratching themselves.
- Warner Baxter as Tony Newlander
- Marjorie Weaver as Jean Hofmann
- Peter Lorre as Louie 'The Dope' Monteau
- Jean Hersholt as Victor
- John Carradine as Kopelpeck
- J. Edward Bromberg as Editor
- Lynn Bari as Cecelia
- Fritz Feld as Max Primerose
- Sig Ruman as Anatole Primerose
- Christian Rub as Commissionaire