The Wages of Sin (film)
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|The Wages of Sin|
|Directed by||Oscar Micheaux|
|Produced by||Oscar Micheaux|
|Written by||Oscar Micheaux|
|Starring||William A. Clayton, Jr.
The Wages of Sin was a 1929 drama film directed, written and produced by Oscar Micheaux. It was a race movie, featuring an all-black cast, headed by William A. Clayton, Jr. and Bessie Givens. It is considered lost.
- William A. Clayton, Jr.
- Bessie Givens
- Ione McCarthy
- Kathleen Noisette
- Alice B. Russell
- Ethel Smith
- Gertrude Snelson
- Lorenzo Tucker
- "The Wages of Sin". silentera.com. Retrieved March 11, 2013.
- The Wages of Sin at the American Film Institute Catalog
- The Wages of Sin at the Internet Movie Database
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