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Release Date: 1935-06-29 (86 years ago)
Kay Francis
Lynn Palmer
Kay Francis was:
George Brent
Mack Hale
George Brent was:
Patricia Ellis
Velma Tuthill
Patricia Ellis was:
Donald Woods
John Wesley
Donald Woods was:
Robert Barrat
Stanislaus Janauschek
Robert Barrat was:
Barton MacLane
Barton MacLane was:
Joseph Crehan
Johnny Quinn
Joseph Crehan was:
William Harrigan
William Harrigan was:
Henry O'Neill
Mr. Tuthill
Henry O'Neill was:
Frankie Darro
James 'Jimmy' Rivers
Frankie Darro was:
John Wray
Mike Gibbons
John Wray was:
Edward McWade
Tim Powers
Edward McWade was:
June Travis
Mary Rand
June Travis was:
Ann Shoemaker
Mrs. Tuthill
Ann Shoemaker was:
Gavin Gordon
Gavin Gordon was:
Spencer Charters
Spencer Charters was:
Joan Gay
Diane Nichols
Joan Gay was:
Jessie Arnold
Scrubwoman (uncredited)
Jessie Arnold was:
Harry C. Bradley
Train Conductor (uncredited)
Harry C. Bradley was:
Burr Caruth
Old Man (uncredited)
Burr Caruth was:
Glen Cavender
Kolchak (uncredited)
Glen Cavender was:
Frank Coghlan Jr.
Page (uncredited)
Frank Coghlan Jr. was:
Nick Copeland
Bridge Worker at Meeting (uncredited)
Nick Copeland was:
Ralph Dunn
Bridge Worker (uncredited)
Ralph Dunn was:
Florence Fair
Miss Walsh (uncredited)
Florence Fair was:
Mary Forbes
Grace Dean (uncredited)
Mary Forbes was:
Dick French
Clerk (uncredited)
Dick French was:
Harrison Greene
Blustery Man Wanting a Seafood Dinner (uncredited)
Harrison Greene was:
Jack Herrick
Bridge Worker at Meeting (uncredited)
Jack Herrick was:
Edward Keane
Doctor (uncredited)
Edward Keane was:
Milton Kibbee
Pat, the Timekeeper (uncredited)
Milton Kibbee was:
Joe King
Dan Archer (uncredited)
Joe King was:
Frank LaRue
Immigration Officer (uncredited)
Frank LaRue was:
Richard Loo
Chinese Groom (uncredited)
Richard Loo was:
Wilfred Lucas
Pat, a Welfare Worker (uncredited)
Wilfred Lucas was:
Frank Marlowe
Rollins, an Agitator (uncredited)
Frank Marlowe was:
Philo McCullough
Immigration Officer (uncredited)
Philo McCullough was:
Sam McDaniel
Train Porter (uncredited)
Sam McDaniel was:
Edwin Mordant
Surgeon (uncredited)
Edwin Mordant was:
Pat Moriarity
Steve Brodie (uncredited)
Pat Moriarity was:
Adrian Morris
Rivet Boss (uncredited)
Adrian Morris was:
Vesey O'Davoren
Tuthill's Butler (uncredited)
Vesey O'Davoren was:
Henry Otho
Bridge Worker (uncredited)
Henry Otho was:
Sarah Padden
Workman's Wife (uncredited)
Sarah Padden was:
Paul Panzer
Updyke Agitator (uncredited)
Paul Panzer was:
John J. Richardson
First Taxi Driver (uncredited)
John J. Richardson was:
Adrian Rosley
Headwaiter (uncredited)
Adrian Rosley was:
Rita Rozelle
Polish Girl (uncredited)
Rita Rozelle was:
Cliff Saum
Bridge Worker (uncredited)
Cliff Saum was:
Cy Schindell
Bridge Worker (uncredited)
Cy Schindell was:
Louise Seidel
Danish Girl (uncredited)
Louise Seidel was:
Edwin Stanley
Police Surgeon (uncredited)
Edwin Stanley was:
Hal Taliaferro
Peterson (uncredited)
Hal Taliaferro was:
Julius Tannen
Man at Train Terminal (uncredited)
Julius Tannen was:
Harry Tenbrook
Bleekman, Sharkey's Thugr (uncredited)
Harry Tenbrook was:
Zeffie Tilbury
Old Hag (uncredited)
Zeffie Tilbury was:
Emmett Vogan
Officer on Ferry (uncredited)
Emmett Vogan was:
Niles Welch
Safety Engineer (uncredited)
Niles Welch was:
Eleanor Wesselhoeft
Mrs. Young (uncredited)
Eleanor Wesselhoeft was:
Leo White
Haines, a Drunken Worker (uncredited)
Leo White was:
Tom Wilson
Immigrant (uncredited)
Tom Wilson was:
Lillian Worth
Blonde (uncredited)
Lillian Worth was:
Emma Young
Chinese Girl (uncredited)
Emma Young was:
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