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Two Sinners

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Genre  Romance Film
Country  United States
Director  Arthur Lubin
Cinematography  Harry Neumann
Language  English
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Writer  Warwick Deeping, Jefferson Parker
Release date  1935
Production companies  Republic Pictures, Monogram Pictures
Cast  Otto Kruger, Minna Gombell, Cora Sue Collins, Martha Sleeper, Margaret Seddon
Related Arthur Lubin movies  Francis in the Navy (1955), It Grows on Trees (1952), In the Navy (1941), Queen for a Day (1951), The Thief of Bagdad (1961)

Two Sinners is a 1935 film directed by Arthur Lubin.

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Production

The working title of Two Sinners was Two Black Sheep, the title of the 1933 Warwick Deeping novel on which it was based.

n May 1935 Arthur Lubin signed a contract with Republic for a year to make six pictures starting with Two Black Sheep which became Two Sinners.

Release

Two Sinners was released as a second feature in some U.S. theaters alongside the Kay Francis vehicle The Goose and the Gander.

The film impressed the holders of the rights to a W.W. Jacobs story which persuaded them to sell it to Lubin years later to make Footsteps in the Fog.

References

Two Sinners Wikipedia
Two Sinners IMDb


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