The Dark Angel
|The Dark Angel|
|Directed by||Sidney A. Franklin|
|Produced by||Samuel Goldwyn|
|Written by||Guy Bolton (play)
|Music by||Alfred Newman|
|Editing by||Sherman Todd|
|Studio||Samuel Goldwyn Productions|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
|Release date(s)||8 September 1935|
|Running time||110 minutes|
The Dark Angel is a 1935 film which tells the story of three childhood friends, two male, one female. When the woman chooses one of the men to marry, the other, jealous, sends his rival off into a dangerous situation during wartime. The film stars Fredric March, Merle Oberon, and Herbert Marshall.
The movie was adapted by Lillian Hellman and Mordaunt Shairp from the play by Guy Bolton. It was directed by Sidney Franklin, produced by Samuel Goldwyn, and released by United Artists. A silent film version of the same play, also produced by Goldwyn, was released in 1925 and is now a lost film.
- Fredric March – Alan Trent
- Merle Oberon – Kitty Vane
- Herbert Marshall – Gerald Shannon
- Janet Beecher – Mrs. Shannon
- John Halliday – Sir George Barton
- Henrietta Crosman – Granny Vane
- Frieda Inescort – Ann West
- Claud Allister – Lawrence Bidley
- Cora Sue Collins – Kitty as a Child
- Fay Chaldecott – Betty Gallop
- George P. Breakston – Joe Gallop
- Douglas Walton – Roulston
- FILM UNITS WILL EXPAND: Outlay for Year $25,000,000 Production Plans of United Artists and Reliance Pictures Disclosed Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) [Los Angeles, Calif] 21 Aug 1935: A1.
- "The 8th Academy Awards (1936) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Retrieved 2011-08-07.
- "The Dark Angel". NY Times. Retrieved 2008-12-08.
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