High Pressure - (Original Trailer)
William Powell is a scheming promoter who tries to get rich selling artificial rubber in the comedy High Pressure (1932).
High Pressure (1932) -- (Movie Clip) That Golden Opportunity!
First arranging his thoughts then making the big pitch to potential investors, promoter Gar Evans (William Powell) winds up with a song, in High Pressure, 1932, directed by Mervyn LeRoy.
High Pressure (1932) -- (Movie Clip) No Romance In Sewage
Rescued from a bender, promoter Gar Evans (William Powell) meets buddy Mike (Frank McHugh) and entrepreneur Ginsberg (George Sidney), early in High Pressure, 1932, from a play by Aben Kandel.
High Pressure (1932) -- (Movie Clip) I Can Smell It Burning
William Powell is slippery sales-genius Gar Evans about to launch his stock pitch for rubber made from sewage, with his new secretary (Evelyn Knapp) and her cub-reporter boyfriend (Ben Alexander) when his permanently steamed gal Francine (Evelyn Brent, in her sixth ad final picture with Powell) arrives, escorted by his wing-man Mike (Frank McHugh), in Warner Bros.' spicy pre-Code High Pressure, 1932.