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'Natural' Davis (William Powell) is a respected gambler who follows a ruthless code of honour with those who cheat against him. His wife Alma (Kay Francis) wants to divorce him because of his addiction and lifestyle but they agree on a reconciliation and 2nd honeymoon together and 'Natural' promises to give up gambling. However, his plans change when his brother 'Babe' (Regis Toomey) arrives in town.

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  2. Oliver H.P. Garrett


  3. Ben Hecht


  4. Charles MacArthur


  5. Lenore J. Coffee


  6. Howard Estabrook


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  1. William Powell

    William Powell

    John D. Marsden / 'Natural' Davis

  2. Jean Arthur

    Jean Arthur

    Judith Marsden

  3. Kay Francis

    Kay Francis

    Alma Marsden

  4. Regis Toomey

    Regis Toomey

    'Babe' Marsden

  5. Stanley Fields

    Stanley Fields


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Street of Chance
Street of Chance


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Status Released

Release Information

  • February 8, 1930


Original Language English

Runtime 1h 15m

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