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Within the Law (17-Mar-1939)

Director: Gustav Machaty

Writers: Charles Lederer; Edith Fitzgerald

From a play by: Bayard Veiller

Musical Score by: Dr. William Axt

Keywords: Crime, Revenge

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sidney Blackmer
Actor
13-Jul-1895 5-Oct-1973 Played Theodore Roosevelt 12 times
Lynne Carver
Actor
13-Sep-1909 12-Aug-1955 American character actress
Paul Cavanagh
Actor
8-Dec-1888 15-Mar-1964 The Scarlet Claw
William Gargan
Actor
17-Jul-1905 17-Feb-1979 Martin Kane, Private Eye
Samuel S. Hinds
Actor
4-Apr-1875 13-Oct-1948 It's a Wonderful Life
Ruth Hussey
Actor
30-Oct-1911 19-Apr-2005 The Philadelphia Story
Rita Johnson
Actor
13-Aug-1913 31-Oct-1965 Here Comes Mr. Jordan
Paul Kelly
Actor
9-Aug-1899 6-Nov-1956 Flying Tigers
Tom Neal
Actor
28-Jan-1914 7-Aug-1972 Detour
Frank Orth
Actor
21-Feb-1880 17-Mar-1962 Insp. Faraday on Boston Blackie

CAST

with
Ruth Hussey   ...   Mary Turner
Tom Neal   ...   Richard Gilder
Paul Kelly   ...   Joe Garson
William Gargan   ...   Cassidy
Paul Cavanagh   ...   English Eddie
Rita Johnson   ...   Agnes
Samuel S. Hinds   ...   Mr. Gilder
Lynne Carver   ...   June
Sidney Blackmer   ...   George Demarest
Jo Ann Sayers   ...   Helen Morris
Ann Morriss   ...   Saleswoman
James Burke   ...   Red
Donald Douglas   ...   Insp. Burke
Cliff Clark   ...   McGuire
Claude King   ...   Art Dealer
Frank Orth   ...   Jim Jenks

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