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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Maxwell Shane; Lewis R Foster; Edward Dmytryk; Henry Sharp; Hans Dreier; William Flannery; Doane Harrison; Charles Hisserich; Gene Garvin; A E Freudeman; Sigmund Krumgold; Richard Denning; Jeanne Cagney; J Carrol Nash; Robert Paige; William Frawley; Edward Brophy; Robert Ryan; George Ernest; David Durand; Sidney Miller; Frank Coghlan; Alec Craig; Thomas E Jackson; Lorraine Krueger; Leona Roberts; John Gallaudet; Pierre Watkin; Matty Kemp; William C Thomas; Paramount Pictures, Inc.
Bracketed production credit supplied from: Film daily yearbook, 1941. Associate producer was William C. Thomas, according to same source.
Playing time on release was 69 min., according to: Film daily yearbook, 1941.
"Western Electric Mirrophonic Recording."
Copyright: Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 2Aug40; LP9823.
"Approved, MPPDA, certificate no. 5979. Classified and passed by the National Board of Review."
|Credits:||Director of photography, Henry Sharp; art direction, Hans Dreier, William Flannery; editor, Doane Harrison; sound recording, Charles Hisserich, Gene Garvin; interior decorations, A.E. Freudeman. [Musical director, Sigmund Krumgold].|
|Performer(s):||Cast of characters: Richard Denning (Bill Crane), Jean Cagney (Mary Parker), J. Carrol Naish (Joe Taggerty), Robert Paige (Wally Matson), William Frawley (Emory Balzar), Edward S. Brophy (Potsy Brill). Robert Ryan (Pete Wells); George Ernest (Joey Parker); David Durand (Gumdrop Wilbur); James Seay (Jimmy); Sidney Miller (Sammy Sachs); Johnny Morris (Jerry Kolker); Frank Coghlan, Jr. (Kid Lester); Alec Craig (McDonald); Thomas E. Jackson (Sgt. Piersall); Lorraine Krueger (Jenny); Leona Roberts (Mrs. Parker); John Gallaudet (Folger); Pierre Watkin (Hank); Philip Warren (Hank); Norman Phillips (Gordon); Matty Kemp (Lefty).|
|Responsibility:||a Paramount picture ; screen play by Maxwell Shane and Lewis R. Foster ; based on a story by Maxwell Shane ; directed by Edward Dmytryk.|