The President’s Mystery
A millionaire with a crumbling personal life comes up with an idea on how he can disappear, start a new life without anyone knowing who he is and be able to take all his money with him.
The President’s Mystery is a 1936 American film directed by Phil Rosen.
The film is also known as One for All in the United Kingdom.
The screenplay for this mystery is based upon a story suggested to Liberty Magazine by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. It is the tale of a prominent lawyer who shocks his snooty friends, family and colleagues by abruptly abandoning his successful practice and his wife to find true happiness. He soon falls in love with another woman and continues to keep a low profile until he learns that his first wife stands accused of murdering him
Henry Wilcoxon as James Blake
Betty Furness as Charlotte Brown
Sidney Blackmer as George Sartos
Evelyn Brent as Ilka Blake
Barnett Parker as Roger
Mel Ruick as Andrew
Wade Boteler as Sheriff
John Wray as Shane
Guy Usher as Police Lieutenant
Robert Homans as Sergeant
Si Jenks as Earl
Arthur Aylesworth as Joe Reed