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The Outcast (1934 film)

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Genre  Comedy, Crime, Romance
Initial release  1934
Running time  1h 14m
3.2/10 IMDb

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Director    Norman Lee
The Outcast (1934 film) movie poster
Writer  Syd Courtenay (story), Syd Courtenay, Lola Harvey (original story), Norman Lee
Genres  Comedy, Romance Film, Crime Fiction
Cast  Leslie Fuller (Bill Potter), Mary Glynne (Eve Baxter), Hal Gordon (Jim Truman), Jane Carr (Nancy Acton)
Similar movies  The Jokers (1967), Too Many Crooks (1959), The Lavender Hill Mob (1951), Two-Way Stretch (1960), The Rebel (1961)

The Outcast is a 1934 British comedy crime film directed by Norman Lee and starring Leslie Fuller, Mary Glynne and Hal Gordon. The screenplay concerns a travelling theatre troupe who have to take up gambling to make a living.

Cast

  • Leslie Fuller - Bill Potter
  • Mary Glynne - Eve Baxter
  • Hal Gordon - Jim Truman
  • Jane Carr - Nancy Acton
  • Wallace Geoffrey - Ted Morton
  • Gladdy Sewell - May Truman
  • Patrick Aherne - Burke
  • Jimmy Godden - Harry
  • References

    The Outcast (1934 film) Wikipedia
    The Outcast (1934 film) IMDb The Outcast (1934 film) themoviedb.org


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