Two Against the World (1936 film)
|Two Against the World|
|Directed by||William C. McGann|
|Written by||Louis Weitzenkorn (play)
Michael Jacoby (as Michel Jacoby)
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.
The Vitaphone Corp.
Two Against the World is a 1936 drama film starring Humphrey Bogart, Beverly Roberts, and Linda Perry. The movie is based on the play Five Star Final by Louis Weitzenkorn and is a remake of a film of the same name starring Edward G. Robinson, although the setting has been moved from a newspaper office to a radio station which revives the memory of a twenty-year-old murder case, resulting in tragic consequences. The film is also known as One Fatal Hour.
- Humphrey Bogart as Sherry Scott
- Beverly Roberts as Alma Ross
- Linda Perry as Edith Carstairs
- Carlyle Moore, Jr. as Malcolm Sims Jr.
- Henry O'Neill as Jim Carstairs
- Helen MacKellar as Martha Carstairs (as Helen McKellar)
- Claire Dodd as Cora Latimer
- Hobart Cavanaugh as Tippy Mantus
- Harry Hayden as Dr. Martin Leavenworth
- Robert Middlemass as Bertram C. Reynolds (as Robert Middlemas)
- Clay Clement as Mr. Banning
- Douglas Wood as Malcolm Sims
- Virginia Brissac as Marion Sims
- Paula Stone as Miss Symonds
- Robert Gordon as Herman Mills (as Bobby Gordon)
- Frank Orth as Tommy
- Howard C. Hickman as Dr. Maguire (as Howard Hickman)
- Ferdinand Schumann-Heink as Sound Mixer (as Ferdinard Schumann-Heink)
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