The Duke of West Point

Directed by: Alfred E. Green, USA, 1938

USA, 1938
Plakatmotiv The Duke of West Point, © Production Company

Cast and Credits

Distribution United Artists
Producer Edward Small
Production Manager John Burch
Director Alfred E. Green
Assistant Director Alfred E. Green
Director of Photography Robert H. Planck
Editor Grant Whytock
Art Director Grant Whytock
Costume Design Grant Whytock
Sound Engineer Grant Whytock
Cast Louis Hayward [Stephen Earley]
Joan Fontaine [Ann Porter]
Tom Brown [Sonny Drew]
Richard Carlson [Jack West]
Alan Curtis [Cadet Strong]
Donald 'Red' Barry [Cadet Grady (as Donald Barry)]
Steve Pendleton [Cadet Rains (as Gaylord Pendleton)]
William Bakewell [Committee Captain]
Charles D. Brown [Doc Porter]
Allen Connor [Tactical Officer (as Alan Connor)]
Emma Dunn [Mrs. West]
Edward Earle [Surgeon]
James Flavin [Plebe Hockey Coach]
Marjorie Gateson [Mrs. Drew]
Jonathan Hale [Colonel Early]
Kenneth Harlan [Varsity Football Coach]
Kenneth Harlan [Plebe Football Coach]
Mary MacLaren [Nurse]
George McKay [Varsity Hockey Coach]
Anthony Nace [First Captain of Corps]
Jed Prouty [Mr. Drew]
Jed Prouty [Country Boy]
Edward LeSaint [Oath Giver (not credited)]

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,37 - Black and White,
Sound System: Mono
First Screening: December 29, 1938 in USA
Survival Status: Prints of this picture exist
Szenenphoto aus The Duke of West Point, © Production Company

General Information

The Duke of West Point is a motion picture produced in the year 1938 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Alfred E. Green, with Louis Hayward, Joan Fontaine, Tom Brown, Richard Carlson, Alan Curtis, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The Duke of West Point available.

Bibliography - Box Office, 24 December 1938.-
- Daily Variety, 14 December 1938, pg 3.
- Film Daily, 2 June 1938, pg 13.
- Film Daily, 16 December 1938, pg 9.
- Hollywood Reporter, 24 June 1938, pp 3-4.
- Hollywood Reporter, 16 July 1938, pg 1.
- Hollywood Reporter, 8 September 1938, pg 2.
- Hollywood Reporter, 22 September 1938, pg 4.
- Hollywood Reporter, 24 September 1938, pg 3.
- Hollywood Reporter, 10 October 1938, pg 6.
- Hollywood Reporter, 14 October 1938, pg 15.
- Hollywood Reporter, 14 December 1938, pg 3.
- International Photographer, 1 November 1938, pp 14-15.
- Motion Picture Daily, 16 December 1938, pg 6.
- Motion Picture Herald, 12 November 1938, pg 47.
- Motion Picture Herald, 17 December 1938, pg 52.
- New York Times, 16 December 1938, pg 33.
- Variety, 21 December 1938, pg 14.

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