The House on 56th Street
|The House on 56th Street|
|Directed by||Robert Florey|
|Written by||Joseph Santley (story)
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.
The Vitaphone Corp.
|Release date(s)||December 23, 1933|
|Running time||68-69 minutes|
The House on 56th Street is a 1933 drama film starring Kay Francis as a woman sent to prison for twenty years for a murder she did not commit. When she is released, her husband is dead and her daughter has been told she is too.
- Kay Francis as Peggy Martin Van Tyle / Peggy Stone
- Ricardo Cortez as Bill Blaine
- Gene Raymond as Monte Van Tyle (Monty Van Tyle in the opening credits)
- John Halliday as Lyndon Fiske
- Margaret Lindsay as Eleanor Van Tyle Burgess
- Frank McHugh as Chester Hunt
- William "Stage" Boyd as Mr. Bonelli (as William Boyd)
- Hardie Albright as Henry Burgess
- Sheila Terry as Dolly
- Phillip Reed as Freddy
- Philip Faversham as Gordon
- Walter Walker as Dr. Wyman
- Nella Walker as Eleanor Van Tyle
According to Warner Bros records the film earned $410,000 in the US and Canada and $284,000 elsewhere.
- The House on 56th Street at Kay Francis Films accessed 16 March 2014
- The House on 56th Street at the Internet Movie Database
- The House on 56th Street at the TCM Movie Database
- The House on 56th Street at AllMovie
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