|Directed by||Joseph Santley|
|Produced by||Colbert Clark (supervising producer)
Nat Levine (producer)
|Written by||Joseph Fields (additional dialogue)
Wellyn Totman (story and screenplay)
|Edited by||Ray Curtiss|
Waterfront Lady is a 1935 American film directed by Joseph Santley.
When a young man is befriended by a gambling ship operator and made a partner in the business, he becomes involved in a police manhunt after he covers up a murder committed by his new partner.
- Ann Rutherford as Joan O'Brien
- Frank Albertson as Ronny Hillyer aka Bill
- J. Farrell MacDonald as Capt. O'Brien
- Barbara Pepper as Gloria Vance
- Charles C. Wilson as Jim McFee aka Mac
- Grant Withers as Tod
- Purnell Pratt as Dist. Atty. Shaw
- Jack La Rue as Tom Burden
- Ward Bond as Jess
- Paul Porcasi as Tony Spadaloni
- Mary Gordon as Mrs. O'Flaherty
- Mathilde Comont as Mrs. Spadaloni
- Robert Emmett O'Connor as Police Lieutenant
- Clarence Wilson as Truant Officer
- Victor Potel as Alex
- Wally Albright as Mickey O'Flaherty
- Smiley Burnette as Musician
- Naomi Judge as Mrs. DeLacy
- Norma Taylor as Blonde Casino Patron
- "Deep Dark River" (Music and Lyrics by Smiley Burnette)
- "What I Wouldn't Do" (Music and Lyrics by Smiley Burnette)
- This film marked Ann Rutherford's feature film debut, although she had previously appeared in the Mascot serial The Fighting Marines.
- Portions of the following sea shanties were heard in the film: "Blow the Man Down," "Boney Was a Warrior," "Whiskey Johnnie," "Amsterdam" and "Rolling Home."
- Portions of this film were shot off the San Pedro harbor in California.
- Waterfront Lady at the Internet Movie Database
- Waterfront Lady is available for free download at the Internet Archive
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