Air Mail

Directed by: John Ford, USA, 1932

USA, 1932

Cast and Credits

Production Universal Pictures
Producer Carl Lammle jr.
Director John Ford
Scenario John Ford
Frank Wead
Based on Frank Wead
Director of Photography Karl Freund
Editor Harry Lieb
Special Effects John P. Fulton
Cast Pat O'Brien [Duke Talbot]
Ralph Bellamy [Mike Miller]
Gloria Stuart [Ruth Barnes]
Lillian Bond [Irene Wilkins]
Russell Hopton ['Dizzy' Wilkins]
Slim Summerville ['Slim' McCune]
Frank Albertson [Tommy Bogan]
Leslie Fenton [Tony Dressel]
David Landau ['Pop']
Thomas J. Carrigan ['Sleepy' Collins]
William Robert Daly ['Tex' Lane]
Hans Furberg ['Heini' Kramer]
Beth Milton [Air Hostess]
Frank Beal
Edmund Burns
Alene Carroll
James Donlan
Francis Ford
Lew Kelly
Louise MacKintosh
Jack Pennick
Kathryn Perry
Kathryn Perry

Technical specifications
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm - Black and White,Length: 83 minutes, 2326 meters, 24 frames per second
Sound System: mono
First Screening: November 3, 1932 in USA

General Information

Air Mail is a motion picture produced in the year 1932 as a USA production. The Film was directed by John Ford, with Pat O'Brien, Ralph Bellamy, Gloria Stuart, Lillian Bond, Russell Hopton, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Air Mail available.

Bibliography - Il Cinema Ritrovato, Bologna 2010 Katalog, pg 77f

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