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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Bert Sternbach; Al Martin; Albert Herman; Louis Weiss; Edward Linden; Cliff Ruberg; Lee Zahler; Holbrook Todd; James Murray; Clara Kimball Young; Theodore Lorch; Eric Mayne; Geri Foster; Snub Pollard; Pat O'Malley; Gertrude Astor; Janet Chandler; Bryant Washburn; George Stuart; Shirley Jean; Vane Calvert; Victor Potel; Lafe McKee; Bobby Nelson; John Elliott; Helen Gibson; Joseph De Grasse; Weiss Productions.; Stage and Screen Productions.
|Notes:||Dramatic feature; Victorian melodrama.
"Based on the play The drunkard, author undetermined, [first performed in] New York in 1843, [staged by P.T. Barnum]"--AFI catalog, 1931-1940.
Bracketed cast credits supplied from: AFI catalog, 1931-1940.
Copyright notice on film: Copyright 1935.
"Passed by the National Board of Review."
|Credits:||Photographed by Edw. Linden; sound engineer, Cliff Ruberg; assistant director, Gordon S. Griffith; musical director, Lee Zahler; edited by Holbrook Todd; International Recording Studio.|
|Performer(s):||Players: James Murray [(the drunkard, Edward Middleton)], Clara K. Young; Theodore Lorch [(Squire Cribbs)]; Eric Mayne [(Artie Renslow)]; Geri Foster [(Agnes)]; Snub Pollard; Joey Ray; Jack Lipson [(farmer)]; Rosemary Theby; Pat O'Malley; Gertrude Astor; Jerome Storm; Ruth Hyatt; Janet Chandler [(Mary Middleton)]; Bryant Washburn [(theatrical producer)]; George Stuart [(William)]; Shirley Jean [(Julia Middleton)]; Vena Calvert [(Widow Wilson)]; Victor Potel [(farmer)]; Monty Carter [(theatrical producer)]; Lafe McKee [(barkeeper)]; Vera Steadman; Bobby Nelson; John Elliot [(drunk in audience)]; Helen Gibson; Joe De Grasse.|
|Other Titles:||Drunkard (Motion picture : 1935)|
|Responsibility:||produced by Weiss Productions, Inc. ; Bern Sternbach presents ; story and dialogue by Al Martin ; directed by Albert Herman ; supervised by Louis Weiss.|