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Soldiers and Women

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Directed by  Edward Sloman
Starring  Aileen Pringle
Produced by  Harry Cohn
Cinematography  Ted Tetzlaff
Written by  Dorothy Howell(scenario)
Based on  play, Soldiers and Women, by Paul Hervey Fox and George Tilton

Soldiers and Women is a 1930 Columbia Pictures sound crime, mystery and romance film directed by Edward Sloman and starring Aileen Pringle and Grant Withers. It is based on a 1929 stage play by Paul Hervey Fox and George Tilton.

A print is preserved by the Library of Congress.

Cast

  • Aileen Pringle - Brenda Ritchie
  • Grant Withers - Captain Clive Branch
  • Judith Wood - Helen Arnold
  • Walter McGrail - Captain Arnold
  • Emmett Corrigan - General Mitchell
  • Blanche Friderici - Martha
  • Wade Boteler - Sgt. Conlon
  • Raymond Largay - Colonel Ritchie
  • William Colvin - Doctor
  • Sam Nelson - Pvt. Delehanty
  • References

    Soldiers and Women Wikipedia


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