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Farmer Jabez Stone, about to lose his land, agrees to sell his soul to the devil, known as Mr. Scratch, who gives Jabez seven years to enjoy the fruits of his sale before he collects. Over that time, Jabez pays off his debts and helps many neighboring farmers, then becomes an advocate for the upstanding Sen. Daniel Webster. When Jabez's contract with Mr. Scratch concludes, he desperately turns to Webster to represent him in a trial for his soul.

  1. William Dieterle

    Director

  2. Dan Totheroh

    Screenplay

  3. Stephen Vincent Benét

    Screenplay

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  1. Edward Arnold

    Edward Arnold

    Daniel Webster

  2. Walter Huston

    Walter Huston

    Mr. Scratch

  3. Jane Darwell

    Jane Darwell

    Ma Stone

  4. Simone Simon

    Simone Simon

    Belle

  5. Gene Lockhart

    Gene Lockhart

    Squire Slossum

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  • October 17, 1941
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 25m

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