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Fast Life (film)

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Director  Harry A. Pollard
Genre  Romantic comedy
Language  English
8/10 IMDb

Costume design  Adrian Adolph Greenberg
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Country  United States
Fast Life (film) movie poster
Writer  E.J. Rath, Byron Morgan, Ralph Spence
Release date  December 16, 1932 (1932-12-16)
Cast  William Haines (Sandy), Madge Evans (Shirley), Conrad Nagel (Burton), Arthur Byron (Jameson), Cliff Edwards (Bumpy), Warburton Gamble (Halstead)
Similar movies  Let's Be Cops, Mad Max: Fury Road, Interstellar, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, John Wick, I Spit on Your Grave III: Vengeance is Mine
Tagline  The fastest boats afloat! The gayest romance you've ever thrilled at , in a glamorous setting of the millionaire's playground of the Pacific!

Fast Life is a 1932 American Pre-Code romantic comedy film starring William Haines and Madge Evans, directed by Harry A. Pollard and is based upon the story Let's Go by E.J. Rath.

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Plot

Two people leave the US Navy after having served ten years as a sailor. Sandy is one of them and later invents a carburetor that should increase the speed that powered boats will run. When testing it, he accidentally sinks a boat and has to pay for it. Now he is broke and enters a boat contest. To win, he has to invent the fastest boat in the world.

Cast (in credits order)

  • William Haines as Sandy
  • Madge Evans as Shirley
  • Conrad Nagel as Burton
  • Arthur Byron as Jameson
  • Cliff Edwards as Bumpy
  • Warburton Gamble as Halstead
  • Kenneth Thomson as Mr Williams
  • Albert Gran as Van Vrinken
  • References

    Fast Life (film) Wikipedia
    Fast Life (film) IMDb Fast Life (film) themoviedb.org


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