Honor of the Family
|Honor of the Family (1931)|
|Directed by||Lloyd Bacon|
|Written by||Lenore J. Coffee
James Ashmore Creelman
Roland Pertweebased on the play by Émile Fabre and the story by Honoré de Balzac.
|Distributed by||First National Pictures: A Subsidiary of Warner Bros.|
|Release dates||October 17, 1931|
|Running time||66 minutes|
Honor of the Family (1931) is a dramatic film released by First National Pictures, (a subsidiary of Warner Bros.), starring Bebe Daniels and Warren William. It was based on the play by Emil Fabre, from a story by Honoré de Balzac.
This was the talkie debut for Warren William who would become one of the major stars for Warner Brothers over the next five years. This was Bebe Daniels' first film for Warners, after leaving RKO Radio Pictures, which had failed to renew her contract due to a backlash against musicals.
- Bebe Daniels - Laura
- Warren William - Captain Boris Barony
- Alan Mowbray - Tony Revere
- Blanche Friderici - Madame Boris
- Allan Lane - Joseph
- Harry Cording - Kouski
- Murray Kinnell - Captain Elek
- C. Henry Gordon - Renard
- Carl Miller - Lieutenant Kolman
- IMDB film profile for Honor of the Family; accessed July 24, 2014.
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