Hell's Highway (1932 film)
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|Directed by||Rowland Brown
James Anderson (assistant)
|Produced by||David O. Selznick (executive producer)|
|Written by||Samuel Ornitz (written by) &
Robert Tasker (written by) and
Rowland Brown (written by)
|Music by||Clarence Muse|
|Edited by||William Hamilton|
|Distributed by||RKO Radio Pictures|
|September 23, 1932|
The film centers around brutal conditions in a prison of the Southern United States.
- Richard Dix as Frank "Duke" Ellis
- Tom Brown as John "Johnny" Ellis
- Rochelle Hudson as Mary Ellen
- C. Henry Gordon as "Blacksnake Skinner"
- Oscar Apfel as William Billings
- Stanley Fields as F.E. Whiteside
- John Arledge as Joe Carter
- Warner Richmond as "Captain Pop-Eye Jackson"
- Charles B. Middleton as "Matthew The Hermit"
- Louise Carter as Mrs. Ellis
- Clarence Muse as Rascal
- Fuzzy Knight as "Society Red"
- Hell's Highway at the Internet Movie Database
- Hell's Highway at AllMovie
- Hell's Highway is available for free download at the Internet Archive
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