The Light That Failed

Directed by: William A. Wellman, USA, 1939

USA, 1939


Cast and Credits

Production Paramount Pictures, Inc.
Director William A. Wellman
Scenario Robert Carson
Based on Rudyard Kipling [Novel]
Director of Photography Theodor Sparkuhl
Cast Muriel Angelus
Ferike Borros
Ronald Colman
Ernest Cossart
Pedro de Cordoba
Duddley Digges
Fay Helm
Halliwell Hobbes
Walter Huston
Charles Irwin
Ida Lupino
Francis McDonald
George Regas
Wilfred Roberts
Ronald Sinclair
Colin Tapley
Colin Tapley

Technical specifications
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,37 - Black and White,
Sound System: Mono

General Information

The Light That Failed is a motion picture produced in the year 1939 as a USA production. The Film was directed by William A. Wellman, with , Ferike Borros, Ronald Colman, Ernest Cossart, Pedro de Cordoba, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of The Light That Failed available.

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