Fast and Loose (1939 film)
Director Edwin L. Marin
Film series Fast Company Film Series
Genre Comedy, Mystery, Crime
Screenplay Harry Kurnitz
Country United States
|Release date February 17, 1939|
Writer Harry Kurnitz (original screen play)
Cast Robert Montgomery (Joel Sloane), Rosalind Russell (Garda Sloane), Reginald Owen (Vincent Charlton), Ralph Morgan (Nicholas Torrent), Etienne Girardot (Christopher Oates), Alan Dinehart (Dave Hilliard)
Similar movies Fast Company, Secret of the Chateau
Fast and loose original theatrical trailer
Fast and Loose is a 1939 American thriller film directed by Edwin L. Marin and starring Robert Montgomery, Rosalind Russell and Reginald Owen. It is a sequel to the 1938 film Fast Company and was followed the same year by Fast and Furious. In each film, different actors played the crime-solving couple.
Rare booksellers Joel and Garda Sloane try to solve a murder, which hinges on a missing scrap of a William Shakespeare manuscript.
The New York Times wrote, "a sense of humor, a facile style, genial performances and just enough puzzlement to keep us from suspecting the least suspicious member of the cast."
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