24 Hours (1931 film)

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24 Hours
24 hours poster.jpg
Spanish Poster
Directed by Marion Gering
Written by Louis Bromfield (novel)
Will D. Lengle
Lew Levenson
Louis Weitzenkorn
Starring Clive Brook
Kay Francis
Miriam Hopkins
Distributed by Paramount-Publix Corporation
Release dates
  • October 10, 1931 (1931-10-10)
Running time 65-68 minutes
Country United States
Language English

24 Hours is a 1931 drama film starring Clive Brook, Kay Francis, and Miriam Hopkins. It was based on the novel Twenty-Four Hours by Louis Bromfield and the play Shattered Glass by Will D. Lengle and Lew Levenson. An alcoholic married man is accused of murdering the woman with whom he has been carrying on an affair.


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