The Trial of Vivienne Ware

Directed by: William K. Howard, USA, 1932

USA, 1932

Cast and Credits

Production Fox Film Corporation
Distribution Fox Film Corporation
Director William K. Howard
Assistant Director William K. Howard
Scenario Barry Conners
Philip Klein
Crane Wilbur [(contributing writer) (not credited)]
Based on Crane Wilbur
Director of Photography Ernest Palmer
Composer Ernest Palmer
Hugo Friedhofer
Editor Ralph Dietrich
Art Director Gordon Wiles
Costume Design Gordon Wiles
Sound Engineer Albert Protzman
Cast Joan Bennett [Vivienne Ware]
Donald Cook [John Sutherland]
Richard 'Skeets' Gallagher [Graham McNally]
ZaSu Pitts [Gladys Fairweather]
ZaSu Pitts [Dolores Divine]
Alan Dinehart [Prosecutor]
Herbert Mundin [William Boggs]
Herbert Mundin [Dancer (not credited)]
Herbert Mundin [Assistant Prosecuting Attorney (not credited)]
Stanley Blystone [Cop Who Kills Parone (not credited)]
Virginia True Boardman [Timid Juror (not credited)]
Ward Bond [Johnson (not credited)]
Wade Boteler [Cop (not credited)]
Blanche Craig [Talkative Juror (not credited)]
Edward Dillon [Mr. Hardy (not credited)]
Maude Eburne [Mrs. Elizabeth Hardy]
John Elliott [Police Captain (not credited)]
Dale Fuller [Gossip (not credited)]
Dale Fuller [Dancer (not credited)]
Mary Gordon [Court Matron (not credited)]
Harriette Haddon [Dancer (not credited)]
Harriette Haddon [Court Officer (not credited)]
Bert Hanlon [Juror (not credited)]
Bert Hanlon [Dancer (not credited)]
Bert Hanlon [Dancer (not credited)]
Fred Kelsey [Cop (not credited)]
Joe King [Bailiff (not credited)]
Joe King [Dancer (not credited)]
Joe King [Evelyn Vandeler (not credited)]
Joe King [Dancer (not credited)]
Joe King [Assistant Defense Attorney (not credited)]
Tom London [Cop at Door (not credited)]
Tom London [Court Usher (not credited)]
James T. Mack [Clerk of the Court (not credited)]
Noel Madison [Angelo Paroni]
Edwin Maxwell [Detective (not credited)]
Edwin Maxwell [Dancer (not credited)]
Harry McCoy [Cop (not credited)]
Harry McCoy [Dancer (not credited)]
Edmund Mortimer [Assistant Prosecuting Attorney (not credited)]
Edmund Mortimer [Court Usher (not credited)]
Clarence Nordstrom [Cafe Singer (not credited)]
William Pawley [Joseph Gilk]
William Pawley [Dancer (not credited)]
Bob Perry [Bailiff (not credited)]
Howard Phillips [Minetti aka Joe Garson]
James Pierce [Cop (not credited)]
Christian Rub [Axel Nordstrom]
Ruth Selwyn [Mercedes Joy]
Pat Somerset [Spectator (not credited)]
John M. Sullivan [Judge Henderson (as J. Maurice Sullivan)]
Phil Tead [Mac the Reporter (not credited)]
Jameson Thomas [Damon Fenwick]
Florence Turner [Juror (not credited)]
Florence Turner [Dancer (not credited)]
Ethel Wales [Gossip (not credited)]
William Worthington [Assistant Defense Attorney (not credited)]
William Worthington [Dancer (not credited)]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,37 - Black and White,, 6 reels
Sound System: Mono
First Screening: May 1, 1932 in USA
Survival Status: Prints of this picture exist [Archiv: Museum of Modern Art (New York)]

General Information

The Trial of Vivienne Ware is a motion picture produced in the year 1932 as a USA production. The Film was directed by William K. Howard, with Joan Bennett, Donald Cook, Richard 'Skeets' Gallagher, ZaSu Pitts, , in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The Trial of Vivienne Ware available.

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