Slave Ship

Directed by: Tay Garnett, USA, 1937

USA, 1937

Cast and Credits

Production 20th Century-Fox Film Corporation
Producer Nunnally Johnson
Director Tay Garnett
Scenario William Faulkner
Sam Hellman
Gladys Lehman
Lamar Trotti
Director of Photography Ernest Palmer
Composer Alfred Newman
Editor Lloyd Nosler
Art Director Hans Peters
Cast Warner Baxter [Jim Lovett]
Wallace Beery [Jack Thompson]
Elizabeth Allan [Nancy Marlowe]
Mickey Rooney [Swifty]
George Sanders [Lefty]
Jane Darwell [Mrs. Marlowe]
Joseph Schildkraut [Danelo]
Matthew Beard [Black Boy on Pier]
Billy Bevan [Atkins]
John Bleifer [Helmsman]
Lon Chaney jr. [Ostler]
Eddie Dunn [Ostler]
Bobby Dunn [Helmsman]
Francis Ford [Scraps]
Chester Gan [Helmsman]
Minna Gombell [Mabel]
Winter Hall [Minister]
Holmes Herbert [Judge]
Herbert Heywood [Sea Captain]
Arthur Hohl [Grimes]
DeWitt Jennings [Snodgrass]
Jane Jones [Ma Belcher]
Jack Low [Helmsman]
J. Farrell MacDonald [Proprietor]
Miles Mander [Corey]
J.P. McGowan [Helmsman]
Douglas Scott [Boy]
Landers Stevens [Owner]

Technical specifications
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm - Black and White,
Sound System: mono

General Information

Slave Ship is a motion picture produced in the year 1937 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Tay Garnett, with Warner Baxter, Wallace Beery, Elizabeth Allan, Mickey Rooney, George Sanders, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Slave Ship available.

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