Sing Sinner Sing
|Sing Sinner Sing|
DVD cover for film
|Directed by||Howard Christie|
|Produced by||Larry Darmour (executive producer)
Phil Goldstone (producer)
|Written by||Wilson Collison (play Clip Joint)
Edward T. Lowe Jr. (adaptation and screenplay)
|Cinematography||Ira H. Morgan|
|Edited by||Otis Garrett|
66 minutes (American DVD)
Sing Sinner Sing is a 1933 American Pre-Code romantic drama film directed by Howard Christie.
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Leila Hyams plays a singer who is accused of her husband's murder. At the time the movie was released, it was recognized as being loosely based on the 1932 Libby Holman-Zachary Smith Reynolds case.
- Paul Lukas as Phil Carida
- Leila Hyams as Lela Larson
- Don Dillaway as Ted Rendon
- Ruth Donnelly as Maggie Flannigan
- George E. Stone as Spats
- Joyce Compton as Gwen
- Jill Dennett as Sadie
- Arthur Hoyt as Uncle Homer
- Paul McGrail as Louis
- Gladys Blake as Cecily Gordon
- Arthur Housman as Jerry
- Edgar Norton as Roberts the Butler
- John St. Polis as James Parks
- Stella Adams as Aunt Emily van Puyten
- Pat O'Malley as Henchman Conley
- Walter Brennan as Henchman Riordan
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- "Sing, Sinner, Sing: Moans, Groans, And Murder on a Gambling Ship," Newsweek (1933).
- Determeyer, Eddy (2008). Rhythm Is Our Business: Jimmie Lunceford and the Harlem Express. University of Michigan Press. p. 65. ISBN 9780472033591.
- Yanow, Scott (2004). Jazz on Film: The Complete Story of the Musicians & Music Onscreen. San Francisco: Backbeat Books. p. 196. ISBN 0-87930-783-8.
- Sing, Sinner, Sing on Internet Movie Database
- Sing Sinner Sing is available for free download at the Internet Archive
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