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 detective film directed by Howard Hawks, starring Raymond Griffith, Marceline Day, Raymond Hatton, and Donald Crisp, and 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.
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