He may be an underpaid bank clerk but his voice is worth a million bucks. Frank Sinatra is $42.50-a-week teller Johnny Dalton, who comes across big money — and big trouble — in this frothy comedy. It’s Only Money, Sinatra sings with his quipster pal Emil (Groucho Marx). Yet lack of it keeps him from marrying fellow bank employee Mibs (Jane Russell). Before you can say “romantic comedy,” Johnny rescues a bookie from a beating and receives a betting tip in appreciation. The appreciation appreciates into thousands. But there’s a catch: the bank is short $75,000. And cash-flush Johnny is Suspect #1. Maybe Johnny’s lot will be just Kisses and Tears (a Sinatra/Russell duet and the second of the film’s two Jule Styne/Sammy Cahn tunes). The good news: Double Dynamite will also be love, laughs and stardust galore. Starring: Jane Russell; Groucho Marx; Frank Sinatra; Don McGuire; Howard Freeman; Nestor Paiva; Frank Orth; Harry Hayden; William Edmunds; Russell Thorson. 1951-BW-81 Minutes. 4 X 3 FULL FRAME, ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO – 1.37:1.