US film poster
|Directed by||George B. Seitz|
|Produced by||Lucien Hubbard|
|Written by||Wilmon Menard|
Leo L. Stanley
|Music by||Edward Ward|
|Cinematography||John F. Seitz|
|Edited by||Conrad A. Nervig|
6,000 Enemies is a 1939 American drama film directed by George B. Seitz and starring Walter Pidgeon as a successful District Attorney who is framed on charge of bribery. Although innocent, he is sent to prison where he fights to clear his name.
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District attorney Steve Donegan (Walter Pidgeon) an all-too-efficient district attorney who has sent dozens of criminals to prison finds himself framed on a bribery charge and winds up in prison himself.
- Walter Pidgeon as Steve Donegan
- Rita Johnson as Anne Barry
- Paul Kelly as Dr. Malcolm Scott
- Nat Pendleton as 'Socks' Martin
- Harold Huber as Joe Silenus
- Grant Mitchell as Warden Alvin Parkhurst
- John Arledge as Phil Donegan
- J.M. Kerrigan as Dan Barrett
- Adrian Morris as 'Bull' Snyder
- Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams as Maxie (as Guinn Williams)
- Arthur Aylesworth as 'Bluebeard' Dawson
- Raymond Hatton as Prisoner 'Wibbie' Yern
- Lionel Royce as Prisoner 'Dutch' Myers
- Tom Neal as Prisoner Ransom
- Willie Fung as Wang
According to MGM records the film earned $233,000 in the US and Canada and $125,000 elsewhere resulting in a profit of $22,000. It also featured the short "The Bear That Couldn't Sleep", which was the first Barney Bear short.
- The Eddie Mannix Ledger, Los Angeles: Margaret Herrick Library, Center for Motion Picture Study.
- 6,000 Enemies on IMDb
- 6,000 Enemies at AllMovie
- 6,000 Enemies at the TCM Movie Database
- 6,000 Enemies at the American Film Institute Catalog
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