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In the fine tradition of And Sudden Death, Columbia's The Devil is Driving tabulates the dangers of drunken driving in an exciting, unabashedly melodramatic fashion. In his first true portrayal of a "little creep," Elisha Cook Jr. stars as Tony, the spoiled-rotten son of the wealthy and influential Mr. Stevens.

  1. Harry Lachman

    Director

  2. Harold Buchman

    Story

  3. Jo Milward

    Writer

  4. Richard Blake

    Writer

  5. Lee Loeb

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Richard Dix

    Richard Dix

    Paul Driscoll

  2. Joan Perry

    Joan Perry

    Eve Hammond

  3. Nana Bryant

    Nana Bryant

    Mrs. Sanders

  4. Ian Wolfe

    Ian Wolfe

    Elias Sanders

  5. Elisha Cook Jr.

    Elisha Cook Jr.

    Tony Stevens

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The Devil Is Driving
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Status Released

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  • June 25, 1937
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 7m

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