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The most-used stock footage.


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Growing and toppling stacks of coins, meant to symbolize the reckless speculation of the Roaring 20s that led to the Great Depression:

 

Taken from a recently aired Passing Parade, Yankee Doodle Goes to Town (1939).  Lots of movies with depression themes use it.

Here's another, from The Big Combo (1955):

Naturally, the shot of perps being led into a police station is to be found in crime movies.  I think this also shows up in Armored Car Robbery (1950).

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