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We Who Are About to Die

We Who Are About to Die

Release Date: 1937-01-08 (84 years ago)
Preston Foster
Steven Mathews
Preston Foster was:
Ann Dvorak
Connie Stewart
Ann Dvorak was:
John Beal
John Thompson
John Beal was:
Ray Mayer
Bright Boy Schultz
Ray Mayer was:
Gordon Jones
Slim Tolliver
Gordon Jones was:
Russell Hopton
MacAndrews
Russell Hopton was:
J. Carrol Naish
Nick Trotti
J. Carrol Naish was:
Paul Hurst
Tip Fuller
Paul Hurst was:
Frank Jenks
Clyde Beasley
Frank Jenks was:
John Wray
Jerry Daley
John Wray was:
Frank M. Thomas
M.L. Carter
Frank M. Thomas was:
Barnett Parker
John Barkley
Barnett Parker was:
Willie Fung
Kwong
Willie Fung was:
John Carroll
Joe Donahue
John Carroll was:
DeWitt Jennings
Mike Brannigan
DeWitt Jennings was:
Landers Stevens
Warden Lawton
Landers Stevens was:
John "Skins" Miller
Macy
John "Skins" Miller was:
Howard Hickman
Prison Chaplain
Howard Hickman was:
Robert Emmett O'Connor
Detective Mitchell
Robert Emmett O'Connor was:
Oscar Apfel
Mr. Armitage (uncredited)
Oscar Apfel was:
William Bailey
Policeman Passenger (uncredited)
William Bailey was:
Willie Best
Airport Porter (uncredited)
Willie Best was:
Stanley Blystone
Plainclothesman with Rifle (uncredited)
Stanley Blystone was:
Harry Bowen
Agitated Citizen in Mob (uncredited)
Harry Bowen was:
Ed Brady
Worker Throwing Stone (uncredited)
Ed Brady was:
Sonny Bupp
Hit-and-Run Victim (uncredited)
Sonny Bupp was:
William Burress
Charlie Gaunt (uncredited)
William Burress was:
Ralph Byrd
Police Lab Technician (uncredited)
Ralph Byrd was:
Eddy Chandler
Prison Guard Sergeant (uncredited)
Eddy Chandler was:
Wallis Clark
Dr. Hedges (uncredited)
Wallis Clark was:
Frank Fanning
Guard in Visitor's Room (uncredited)
Frank Fanning was:
Jim Farley
Police Officer Johnson (uncredited)
Jim Farley was:
Jerry Fletcher
Reporter (uncredited)
Jerry Fletcher was:
Eddie Hart
Police Driver (uncredited)
Eddie Hart was:
Dell Henderson
Blake's Associate (uncredited)
Dell Henderson was:
Oscar 'Dutch' Hendrian
Convict (uncredited)
Oscar 'Dutch' Hendrian was:
Al Herman
Reporter (uncredited)
Al Herman was:
Russell Hicks
District Attorney Knight (uncredited)
Russell Hicks was:
Arthur Hoyt
Governor's Secretary (uncredited)
Arthur Hoyt was:
Edward Keane
Ed Stanley (uncredited)
Edward Keane was:
Donald Kerr
Agitated Citizen at Shoeshine Stand (uncredited)
Donald Kerr was:
Edward LeSaint
Judge (uncredited)
Edward LeSaint was:
Wilfred Lucas
Prison Yard Captain (uncredited)
Wilfred Lucas was:
Frank Marlowe
Prison Lab Technician (uncredited)
Frank Marlowe was:
Tom McGuire
Death-Row Captain Harris (uncredited)
Tom McGuire was:
Bruce Mitchell
Prison Guard with Machine Gun (uncredited)
Bruce Mitchell was:
Philip Morris
Guard Escorting Kwong to Gallows (uncredited)
Philip Morris was:
Jack Perry
Convict Making Noise with Cup (uncredited)
Jack Perry was:
George Reed
Black Convict (uncredited)
George Reed was:
Larry Steers
Man in District Attorney's Office (uncredited)
Larry Steers was:
Charles Sullivan
Cell Block E Convict (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan was:
Richard Tucker
Defense Attorney (uncredited)
Richard Tucker was:
Monte Vandergrift
Plainclothesman Finding Gun (uncredited)
Monte Vandergrift was:
Sailor Vincent
Convict (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent was:
Emmett Vogan
Prison Lieutenant (uncredited)
Emmett Vogan was:
Max Wagner
Cell Block E Convict (uncredited)
Max Wagner was:
Ethel Wales
Travel Bureau Customer (uncredited)
Ethel Wales was:
Walter Walker
The Governor (uncredited)
Walter Walker was:
Bryant Washburn
Martin Blake (uncredited)
Bryant Washburn was:
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