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A young lawyer is determined to identify the killer who is murdering members of a wealthy New York publishing family. Director Erroll Taggert's 1936 mystery stars Bruce Cabot, Magaret Lindsay, George Zucco, Joseph Calleia, Charley Grapewin, Stanley Ridges, Vivienne Osborne, Edward Pawley, Theodore von Eltz, George Lynn, Eadie Adams, Raymond Hatton, Jonathan Hale and, in the small role of a newspaper reporter, Dorothy Kilgallen.

  1. Errol Taggart

    Director

  2. Whitman Chambers

    Novel

  3. Leonard Lee

    Screenplay

  4. Walter Wise

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Bruce Cabot

    Bruce Cabot

    Ernie Hyams

  2. Margaret Lindsay

    Margaret Lindsay

    Lorraine Lampier

  3. Joseph Calleia

    Joseph Calleia

    Frank Penny

  4. Stanley Ridges

    Stanley Ridges

    MacKelvey

  5. Vivienne Osborne

    Vivienne Osborne

    Alicia

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Sinner Take All
Sinner Take All

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Status Released

Release Information

  • December 18, 1936
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 14m

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