Seven Sinners

(1940)
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Overview

Beautiful chanteuse 'Bijou' (Marlene Dietrich) cascades through Malaysia's ports of call eventually landing in a handsome lieutenant's lap. As Bijou 'drifts through the standards', the fleet's Admiral reckons the US Navy "already has enough destroyers". A Marlene classic with songs by Frederick Hollander and a young and promising John Wayne.

  1. Tay Garnett

    Director

  2. John Meehan

    Screenplay

  3. Harry Tugend

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Marlene Dietrich

    Marlene Dietrich

    Bijou Blanche

  2. John Wayne

    John Wayne

    Lieutenant Dan Brent

  3. Albert Dekker

    Albert Dekker

    Dr. Martin

  4. Broderick Crawford

    Broderick Crawford

    Edward Patrick 'Little Ned' Finnegan

  5. Anna Lee

    Anna Lee

    Dorothy Henderson

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Seven Sinners
Seven Sinners

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Status Released

Release Information

  • October 25, 1940
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 27m

Budget $760,000.00

Revenue -

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