Trent's Last Case (1929 film)
|Trent's Last Case|
|Directed by||Howard Hawks|
|Produced by||William Fox|
|Written by||E. C. Bentley (novel)
W. Scott Darling (adaptation)
Malcolm Stuart Boylan (titles)
|Distributed by||Fox Film Corporation|
Trent's Last Case (1929) is an American Pre-Code detective film, directed by Howard Hawks and starring Raymond Griffith, Marceline Day, Raymond Hatton, and Donald Crisp. It was released by Fox Film Corporation. The film was released in a silent version and a sound version, with the sound version having talking sequences, a synchronized music score, and sound effects.
A leading financier is found dead at his home, leading amateur detective Philip Trent to investigate the case.
- Raymond Griffith - Philip Trent
- Marceline Day - Evelyn Manderson
- Raymond Hatton - Joshua Cupples
- Donald Crisp - Sigsbee Manderson
- Lawrence Gray - Jack Marlowe
- Nicholas Soussanin - Martin
- Anita Garvin - Ottilie Dunois
- Edgar Kennedy - Inspector Murch
According to IMDB and Silent Era, a print exists.
- Trent's Last Case (1952)
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