The Light That Failed (1939)

NR 1939-12-24 (US) Drama 1h 37m
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Only Rudyard Kipling could write such a romance! Only Ronald Colman could play such a role!


A London artist struggles to complete one last painting before going blind.

  1. William A. Wellman


  2. Rudyard Kipling


  3. Robert Carson


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  1. Ronald Colman

    Ronald Colman

    Dick Heldar

  2. Walter Huston

    Walter Huston


  3. Muriel Angelus

    Muriel Angelus


  4. Ida Lupino

    Ida Lupino

    Bessie Broke

  5. Dudley Digges

    Dudley Digges

    The Nilghai

  6. Ernest Cossart

    Ernest Cossart


  7. Ferike Boros

    Ferike Boros

    Madame Binat

  8. Pedro de Cordoba

    Pedro de Cordoba

    Monsieur Binat

  9. Colin Tapley

    Colin Tapley


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The Light That Failed
The Light That Failed

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Original Language English

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