movie about an immigrant from europe(poland perhaps) who moves to america after one of the world wars and becomes rich. When he was starting out he asked another rich man for a loan but was refused, and he made it his life goal to bankrupt the other guy. He went by the title of baron, and eventually buys back his family’s castle back in europe, which was just a ruin after the war. In the end when he bankrupts his rival, who dies of old age, the baron finds out that the loan he eventually got came from his rival’s personal accout. I remember him reading a letter from his rival who explains everything, and him crying and saying that they could have been friends all this time if only he said this.