Give Me Liberty (1936 film)
|Give Me Liberty|
|Directed by||B. Reeves Eason|
|Written by||Forrest Barnes|
|Music by||M.K. Jerome, Jack Scholl|
|Cinematography||W. Howard Greene|
|Edited by||Louis Hesse|
|Distributed by||Warner Brothers Pictures|
Give Me Liberty is a 1936 American short drama film, filmed in Technicolor, produced by Vitaphone, released by Warner Brothers and directed by B. Reeves Eason. The film won an Academy Award at the 9th Academy Awards in 1937 for Best Short Subject (Color).
- John Litel - Patrick Henry
- Nedda Harrigan - Doxie Henry
- Carlyle Moore, Jr. - Captain Milton
- Robert Warwick - George Washington
- George Irving - Thomas Jefferson
- Boyd Irwin - British Commissioner
- Gordon Hart - Anti-Rebel Delegate Speaker
- Myrtle Stedman - Martha Washington
- Shirley Lloyd - Party Guest Giving Patrick a Violin
- Ted Osborne - Randolph Peyton (as Theodore Osborne)
- Carrie Daumery - Party Guest
- Jesse Graves - Moses (Washington's servant)
- Wade Lane - Judge
- Charles Frederick Lindsley - Narrator
- Wilfred Lucas - His Excellency, permitting Henry's arrest
- Jack Mower - Gentleman
- Bancroft Owen - Tom
- Paul Panzer - Man with fur hat
- Sam Rice - Convention delegate extra
- John J. Richardson - Man kneeling to trip the Commissioner
- Cyril Ring - Delegate shouting "Treason! Treason!"
- Lottie Williams - Party guest at the Henrys'
- William Worthington - Pendleton
- "The 9th Academy Awards (1937) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Archived from the original on 6 July 2011. Retrieved 2011-08-07.
- "New York Times: Give Me Liberty". NY Times. Retrieved 2008-05-12.
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