A passport to Hell

Burnt Offering, Undesirable Lady (Working title)

Directed by: Frank Lloyd, USA, 1932

USA, 1932
Plakatmotiv A passport to Hell, © Fox Film Corporation

Cast and Credits

Production Fox Film Corporation
Director Frank Lloyd
Scenario Leon Gordon
Story Harry Hervey
Director of Photography John F. Seitz
Cast Elissa Landi [Myra Carson]
Paul Lukacs [Lt. Kurt Kurtoff]
Warner Oland [Baron von Sydow, Police Commandant]
Alexander Kirkland [Lt. Erich von Sydow]
Donald Crisp [Sgt. Snyder]
Earle Foxe [Purser]
Eva Dennison [Mrs. Butterworth]
John Lester Johnson [Zakka]
Vera Morrison [Sheba]
Ivan F. Simpson [Simms]
Bert Sprotte [Hotel Proprietor]
Anders van Haden [Immigration Officer (as Anders Van Hayden)]
Wilhelm von Brincken [Officer]
Yola d'Avril [Rosita]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,37 - Black and White,Length: 75 minutes, 24 frames per second
Sound System: Mono
First Screening: August 26, 1932 in New York

General Information

A passport to Hell is a motion picture produced in the year 1932 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Frank Lloyd, with Elissa Landi, Paul Lukacs, Warner Oland, Alexander Kirkland, Donald Crisp, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of A passport to Hell available.

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