Dial 1119

The Violent Hour

Directed by: Gerald Mayer, , USA, 1950

    Cast and Credits

    Production Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
    Producer Richard Goldstone
    Director Gerald Mayer
    Scenario John Monks jr.
    Story Don McGuire
    Hugh King
    Director of Photography Paul Vogel [(as Paul C. Vogel)]
    Composer André Previn
    Editor Newell P. Kimlin
    Art Director Cedric Gibbons
    William Ferrari
    Set Decoration Edwin B. Willis
    Stand Photos Robert Quirk
    Cast Marshall Thompson [Gunther Wyckoff]
    Virginia Field [Freddy]
    Sam Levene [Dr. John D. Faron]
    Leon Ames [Earl]
    Andrea King [Helen]
    Keefe Brasselle [Skip]
    Richard Rober [Police Captain Henry Keiver]
    Hal Baylor [Police Lt. 'Whitey' Tallman (as Hal Fieberling)]
    Naomi Childers [Mother (voice, not credited)]
    Stuart Holmes [Bus Passenger (not credited)]
    Hank Mann [Newsboy (not credited)]
    Rhea Mitchell [(not credited)]
    Lee Phelps [(not credited)]

    Technical specifications
    Category: Feature Film
    Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,37 - Black and White,Length: 75 minutes
    Sound System: Mono
    First Screening: November 30, 1950 in USA
    Survival Status: Prints of this picture exist

    Dial 1119 is a motion picture produced in the year 1950 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Gerald Mayer, with Marshall Thompson, Virginia Field, Sam Levene, Leon Ames, Andrea King, in the leading parts. The movie had its first screening on November 30, 1950 in USA. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Dial 1119 available.

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