|Directed by||Louis J. Gasnier
|Written by||Claude Binyon (adaptation)
Max Marcin (screenplay)
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Release date(s)||June 23, 1933|
|Running time||72 minutes|
Gambling Ship is a 1933 American drama film starring Cary Grant and directed by Louis J. Gasnier and Max Marcin. The film's title refers to a gambling ship, a ship which was anchored off-coast in international waters outside government control, on which people could play casino games.
The film is currently owned by Turner Classic Movies and in the 1990s it was shown on the TCM cable television channel. This is one of three TCM owned Cary Grant films that has never been officially released on DVD.
- Cary Grant as Ace Corbin
- Benita Hume as Eleanor La Velle
- Jack La Rue as Pete Manning
- Glenda Farrell as Jeanne Sands
- Roscoe Karns as Blooey
- Arthur Vinton as Joe Burke
- Charles Williams as Baby Face
- Edwin Maxwell as D.A.
- Spencer Charters as Detective
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