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Waterfront Lady
Waterfront Lady
is a 1935 American film directed by Joseph Santley.

Contents

1 Synopsis 2 Cast 3 Soundtrack 4 Production notes 5 External links

Synopsis[edit] When a young man is befriended by a gambling ship operator and made a partner in the business, he becomes involved in a police manhunt after he covers up a murder committed by his new partner. Cast[edit]

Ann Rutherford
Ann Rutherford
as Joan O'Brien Frank Albertson
Frank Albertson
as Ronny Hillyer aka Bill J. Farrell MacDonald
J. Farrell MacDonald
as Capt. O'Brien Barbara Pepper
Barbara Pepper
as Gloria Vance Charles C. Wilson as Jim McFee aka Mac Grant Withers
Grant Withers
as Tod Purnell Pratt
Purnell Pratt
as Dist. Atty. Shaw Jack La Rue
Jack La Rue
as Tom Burden Ward Bond
Ward Bond
as Jess Paul Porcasi
Paul Porcasi
as Tony Spadaloni Mary Gordon as Mrs. O'Flaherty Mathilde Comont
Mathilde Comont
as Mrs. Spadaloni Robert Emmett O'Connor
Robert Emmett O'Connor
as Police Lieutenant Clarence Wilson as Truant Officer Victor Potel as Alex Wally Albright as Mickey O'Flaherty Smiley Burnette
Smiley Burnette
as Musician Naomi Judge as Mrs. DeLacy Norma Taylor as Blonde Casino Patron

Soundtrack[edit]

"Deep Dark River" (Music and Lyrics by Smiley Burnette) "What I Wouldn't Do" (Music and Lyrics by Smiley Burnette)

Production notes[edit]

This film marked Ann Rutherford's feature film debut, although she had previously appeared in the Mascot serial The Fighting Marines. Portions of the following sea shanties were heard in the film: "Blow the Man Down," "Boney Was a Warrior," "Whiskey Johnnie," "Amsterdam" and "Rolling Home." Portions of this film were shot off the San Pedro harbor in California.

External links[edit]

Waterfront Lady
Waterfront Lady
on IMDb Waterfront Lady
Waterfront Lady
is available for free download at the Internet Archive

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